Local sports roundup – September 18


Owls run at Flash Rock


Seymour scored 106 points for third place in the invitational race at the Flash Rock Invitational Saturday at Westfield High School.

East Central won the race with 90 points and Warren Central was runner-up (97) in the 19-team field.

Jacob Voss paced the Owls, placing sixth in 16-minutes, 56.51-seconds.

Luke Plummer clocked 17:91.71 for 13th, Trent Hohenstreiter was 25th in 17:52, Brandon Kleber ran a 17:54.97 for 27th and Luke Bane rounded-out the SHS varsity five by finishing 40th in 18:19.26.

Warren Central’s Kyle Liwanag was champion, of 179 runners, in 16:30.81.


Owls finish top-10 at Flash Rock

Seymour’s 283 points placed ninth of 16 in the championship race of the Flash Rock Invitational at Westfield High School on Saturday.

Hinsdale Central (73) were champions, Fisher got second (102) and Hamilton Southeastern finished third (108).

Ashton Chase had the fastest time for the Owls, earning 12th in 19:11.65.

Makenna Sunbury (40th, 29:19.14), Abby Voss (46th, 20:27.41), Grace Rennekamp (99th, 21:50.97 and Brett Kleber (128th, 23:36.98) scored for the Owls.

Dekalb’s Tyler Scwartz won the race in 17:19.11 of 152 racers.


Owls .500 in tourney


Seymour went 2-2 at the Franklin Invitational Saturday.

The Owls defeated Lawrence Central 25-19, 19-25, 15-8 and Decatur Central 25-22, 25-1.

SHS’ losses came to Franklin Central 25-22, 25-15 and Franklin Community 25-21, 25-11.

On the day, the Owls were 154-for-169 with 22 aces in serves and 230 of 271 with 62 kills in attacks.

Kate Snook made 28 of 30 serves with four aces and Emily Corcoran made all 26 attempts with seven aces.

On offense, Jessica Blevins led the way with 82 hits and 25 kills and Abby Schmidt had 39 with 11.

Seymour moved to 4-18 at the tournament’s end.

Braves go 1-3 at invite


Brownstown Central faced a slew of tough matches Saturday at the New Albany Invitational.

The Braves finished 1-3, picking up a 25-9, 25-6 win against Jeffersonville.

All of the other matches the Braves played went to three sets.

They fell to Floyd Central 25-27, 25-22, 15-11, Silver Creek 26-24, 26-28, 15-8 and Castle 25-23, 26-28, 16-14.

The Braves now stand at 14-10 in 2017.

Hornets finish 1-2 in invite


Medora picked up a 25-14, 25-22 win over Jackson County foe Crothersville, but fell to Lanesville and Rock Creek at the Henryville Invitational Saturday.

In the victory, Kailen Flynn had 22 hits with nine of the team’s 17 kills. Alli Carney and Kelsey Turner each served two aces for the Hornets.

The Hornets fell to LHS 25-20, 25-15 and Rock Creek 25-7, 25-13.

Medora dropped to 6-9 on the season.


Braves 4th in invite


Brownstown Central scored 23 total points to finish fourth of eight teams in the Scottsburg Invitational, which started Friday and ended Saturday.

Adam Pottschmidt was runner-up at No. 3 singles and Ethan Wischmeier placed third for No. 2 singles.

Both the No. 1 doubles team of Gunnar Zickler and Jackson Lahrman and No. 2 doubles tandem of Cole Shasteen and Reece Carlin were fourth overall.

At No. 1 singles, Ethan Carlin took seventh.

Franklin Community amassed a perfect 60 points to win the invite, Scottsburg was second (36) and Henryville took third (36).


Cougars finish as runners-up


Trinity Lutheran went 2-0 to advance to the Warrior Cup championship game.

In their second pool game, the Cougars defeated Henryville 2-1 on goals by Noah Criswell and Andrew Emily. Trent Shoemaker was credited with an assist.

Trinity fell to the hosts, Scottsburg, 3-1, in the finals.

Sawyer Doggett recorded the lone Cougars goal and Jacob Keith collected 12 saves in goal.

The Cougars are 4-5-3 on the season.