Local sports roundup – November 23


Girls Basketball

Hornets fall to Shawe


Shawe Memorial held Medora to five points or fewer in the second, third and fourth quarters to come away with a 77-19 win Tuesday.

Memorial led 17-9 at the end of the first quarter and 40-11 at half.

Lillian Hatfield led the Hornets with 15 points.

The Hornets (1-2) will play at Edinburgh on Saturday.


Owls open season


The Seymour swim teams won their opening event, the 200 medley relay, at Madison on Tuesday night to lead all the way and easily defeat the Cubs.

The Seymour girls won 10 events in posting a 125-51 win, and the Seymour boys also won 10 events and won 119-58.

Mary Kate Pritchett, Katie Turner and Molly Hayes won two individual events each and were on two winning relay teams.

Pritchett won the 200 individual medley, Turner won the 50 free and 100 back, and Hayes won the 100 fly and 100 breast.

Other individual firsts came from Marcegui Vasquez in the 200 free and Breanna Hammond in diving.

The Owls won the 200 medley relay in 2:09 and won the 400 free relay at 4:22.84.

Daniel Hartman and Dalton Polley won two individual events and swam on two winning relay to lead the Seymour boys.

Hartman won the 200 IM and 100 butterfly, while Polley won the 200 free and 500 free.

Other individual firsts came from Dillon Polley in the 100 free, Kyle Pfaffenberger in the 100 breast, and Devin Ramsey in diving.

The Owls won the medley relay in 1:53.01, the 200 free relay in 1:41.47, and the 400 free relay in 4:00.71.

Seymour will swim at Jeffersonville on Tuesday and will open their home schedule Thursday against Columbus North.

Boys Basketball

Hornets drop opener


Shawe Memorial rallied to outscore Medora 21-14 in the fourth quarter to register a 54-49 win in the boys season opener for both teams Tuesday night.

Gavin Henson scored six points and Owen Sullivan scored five to help the Hornets open a 14-5 lead at the end of the first period.

Medora held a 24-21 lead at the half and was on top 35-31 heading into the fourth period.

Sullivan topped the Hornets in scoring with 16 points, and Henson scored 10.

Ethan Stuart led the Hilltoppers with 26 points.

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