Local sports roundup – August 20



Owls win season-opener

CLARKSVILLE — Seymour High School opened its 2018 campaign with a 2-0 victory over Providence on Saturday.

The Owls limited the Pioneers to three shots while rifling off 13 shots of their own.

Elizabeth Lenart and Bailey Lykins had the goals for SHS. They were assisted by Alyssa Perry and Lillie Wessell.

In goal, Aidan Hiester recorded three saves for the Owls.

The Owls (1-0) will host Scottsburg on Thursday for its home-opener.


Seymour stays perfect in conference play

MADISON — Seymour isn’t showing any signs of slowing down.

The Owls swept Madison 25-20, 25-22, 25-22 to move to 2-0 in Hoosier Hills Conference play and 3-0 on the season on Saturday.

Jessica Blevins went 36-for-42 (14 kills) on hits and Makenna Fee made all 13 of her attempts (seven kills).

Carlee Robinson had five aves and Chloe Criswell and Hayley Harpe each totaled 11 digs. Harpe also led the team with 14 assists.

Seymour will host Columbus East on Tuesday.

Braves earn pair of MSC wins

CLARKSVILLE — Class 3A No. 6 Brownstown Central still hasn’t dropped a set in 2018.

The Braves dominated in a pair of of Mid-Southern Conference games on Saturday, beating Clarksville 225-3, 25-5, 25-3 and Charlestown 25-7, 25-13, 25-6.

Against Charlestown, Addie Wilkerson led the team with 12 kills and Keeli Darlage pounded six kills. The team had 33 total kills. Halle Hehman and Reagan Nuss each had four aces in the match.

The Braves slammed the host school, recording 32 kills and 24 aces across  86 total points played.

Kendra McCory and Darlage each went 12-for-12 in hits with nine kills each.

The Braves (4-0, 3-0 MSC) will host Floyd Central on Thursday.

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