Local sports roundup – September 3



Rain stops tennis match

The Seymour-Brownstown Central tennis match on the Owls’ courts was suspended Saturday with the Owls leading 2-1.

Seymour’s points came from Adam Berry with a 6-0, 6-1 win over Ethan Carlin at No. 1 singles and Sam Schmidt and Andrew Levine with a 6-0, 6-0 win over Max McClure and Reece Carlin at No. 2 doubles.

Brownstown’s point came from Adam Pottschmidt with a 6-3, 6-0 win over Trey Hohenstreiter at No. 3 singles.

Seymour’s Isaac Hardin and Brownstown’s Ethan Wischmeier split their sets at No. 2 singles, and Brownstown’s Gunnar Zickler and Jackson Lahrman and the Owls’ Will Rinehart and Brandon Hubbard split their sets at No. 1 doubles.

Those matches will be completed Wednesday.


Owls face tough competition


In a tournament featuring some of the top volleyball talent inside and out of state, Seymour finished 1-3 on Saturday in the Avon Invitational.

The Owls lost to the No. 1-ranked team from Kentucky, Assumption (Louisville), 25-12, 25-10, New Castle 25-20, 25-14 and Carmel 25-10, 25-18. The lone win for the Owls came against Muncie Central, 25-19, 25-13.

Against Muncie Central, Makenna Fee and Chloe Criswell each had six kills, and Hayley Harpe had 15 assists and three aces.

Seymour (7-8) will host Christian Academy of Indiana on Tuesday.

Braves finish 2-2 in tourney


In a tournament that boasted numerous ranked teams, Brownstown Central finished in the middle of the pack of the Providence Early Bird.

The Braves (12-2) fell to Fishers 25-20, 25-15 and Franklin 25-22, 25-23 but beat Columbus East 25-14, 25-17 and Cathedral 31-29, 25-23 on Saturday.

Keeli Darlage had 27 combined kills in the wins, and Kendra McCory totaled 17. In the final two matches, the Braves combined for eight aces and 68 kills.

Brownstown will host Trinity Lutheran on Tuesday.

Hornets earn second win


Medora defeated Southern Roads Conference opponent Evansville Christian 25-9, 25-13, 25-13 on Saturday.

The Hornets (2-7) were led by Kailen Flynn’s 14 kills. Kelsey Turner had four aces, and Flynn had three aces for the Hornets.

Medora will host Indianapolis Arlington on Tuesday.

Trinity splits matches


Trinity Lutheran went 2-2 in Saturday’s Barr-Reeve Invitational.

The Cougars beat Heritage Hills 25-20, 25-20 and Indianapolis Lutheran 25-13, 25-13 and fell to Class A No. 2 Barr-Reeve 25-11, 26-24 and Tates Creek (Ky.) 25-22, 25-22.

Hannah Sabotin led Trinity (8-7) with 37 kills and 34 digs. Bailey Reynolds recorded 70 assists, and Abby Schult had seven blocks. Schult also had 23 kills, and Reynolds also had two blocks and 15 digs.

The Cougars go to Brownstown Central on Tuesday.


Owls go 1-1-1 at Hoosier Cup


Seymour’s gauntlet of five games in five days came to a close Saturday, as the Owls concluded Hoosier Cup play at Bloomington High School North.

The Owls (4-2-1), the reigning tourney champions, lost to Vincennes Rivet 3-1 but beat Edgewood 3-1. On Friday night, Seymour tied 1-1 with Fort Wayne Concordia.

In the victory, Eliza Cash, Kristina Griffin and Cameron Sterling all had goals. Elizabeth Lenart was credited with an assist.

Due to injuries, the Owls played three goalkeepers in the final game.

The Owls will host Greensburg on Tuesday.

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