Local sports roundup – September 22


Local wrap


Goecker places first


Trinity Lutheran’s A.J. Goecker placed first in the boys race in the Paoli invitational Thursday with a time of 18:29.

Trinity had two runners in the girls’ race as Jodi Goecker was 8th and Abby Hildreth was 36th.


Owls shell Shawe


Seymour peppered Shawe Memorial with 34 shots in a 7-1 Owls win Thursday.

The Owls (11-2-1) led 2-1 at the half, giving up a lone goal off a penalty kick.

Daniel Hartman and Tyler Penegar each scored two goals while Blaine Spivey, Brayan Morales and Carter Hendrix each registered one.

Assists went to Hartman, Penegar, Payton Reasoner, Charlie Galyen and Keegan Sunbury.

The Owls limited the Hilltoppers to three shots, and Elliott Clark recorded two saves in goal.

SHS will play at Columbus North on Tuesday.


Braves register win


Brownstown Central had an easy time improving its Mid-Southern Conference record to 6-1 with a 25-7, 25-14, 25-15 win Thursday at Austin.

The Braves featured a strong attacking game with 41 kills with Keeli Darlage and Claire Pace both having 11 kills and Grace Jaynes had 88.

Madisen Polly and Riley Nuss were both 14-14-4 in serves as the Braves served 12 aces.

The Braves (15-10) will be home to Seymour on Tuesday night.

Hornets fall in three


Orleans defeated Medora 25-15, 25-10, 25-18 on Thursday.

Kailen Flynn led the Hornets with four aces and Katie Beesley led the attack with four kills.

The Hornets (6-11) play at Cannelton tonight.

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