Owls, Braves compete with state’s best
It was a delayed start and an even longer day for Seymour and Brownstown girls golf teams at Saturday’s Providence Invite at Champions Pointe Golf Course in Henryville.
The Owls carded a 374 as a team, continuing to make strides as the season runs. Laken Waskom led the Owls with an 86 and was followed closely by Bridget Marshall, who had an 87.
Brownstown did not complete the meet until well into the evening. Ashlyn Fox led the Braves with a 103, who carded a 437 for the meet as a team.
Tigers split opening weekend
Crothersville started their season on the road against Scottsburg and Switzerland County.
In Game 1 against Scottsburg, the Tigers fell in straight sets: 25-2, 25-7, 25-8. Makayla Helt and Bekah Cook had an ace and a kill, respectively.
Game 2, against Switzerland County, went much better for the Tigers, winning 25-18, 25-21, 20-25, 18-25, 15-12. Helt and Cook had two and four aces, respectively. Cook contributed two kills and Addy Cole added one in the win.
Jasper, Seymour put on second-half show
It took 40 minutes before after a weather delay before either Jasper or the Owls could find the back of the net.
Alex Westfall finally netted a goal for Seymour off a nice assist from Isaac Shafer. However, Jasper responded and went on to win the game 2-1 after out-shooting the Owls 11-6 for the game.
Seymour keeper Donovyn Thomas had four saves for the Owls.