Local sports roundup – September 6



Owls end skid with sweep of Jennings Co.

A strong effort from the Owl volleyball team propelled them to a straight sets win over Hoosier Hills Conference rival Jennings County (25-14, 25-19, 25-23) Thursday night. 

Freshman Olivia Fish led the Owls with 13 kills on 40 attempts, followed by Maggie Connell’s 11 on 23 of 26 hitting. Chloe Criswell add two kills to the total. Cali Cummings was the top server for Seymour with four aces on 17-for-21 serving. Connell also had an ace in the game. 

Hayley Harpe put on her setter shirt and had 33 assists for the Owls. Fish and Jayla Gambrel had 13 and 12 digs, respectively, for Seymour. 

Cougars stay strong on the road

Make that three straight road wins for the Trinity Lutheran volleyball team after they swept Christian Academy of Indiana (25-18, 25-17, 25-16) on Thursday night. 

Hannah Sabotin had 13 kills and two blocks to lead the Cougars at the net. Sydney Jaynes had 10 kills and a block from her middle hitter spot and Bailey Tabeling added nine kills and a block. 

Bailey Reynolds supported the Cougar attacking effort with 36 assists.

Boys Tennis

Owls get back to winning ways

A reshuffled lineup didn’t stop the Owls from downing Bedford North Lawrence 3-2 to bounce back after suffering their first loss of the year.

Isaac Hardin stepped into the No. 1 singles role and battled for a tough 7-5, 7-5 win. The other two Owl wins came at Nos. 1 and 2 doubles. The pair of Brandon Hubbard and Will Rinehart won 6-2, 6-3 while the tandem of Trey Hohenstreiter and Andrew Levine won 5-7, 6-2, 6-3. 

Mohawks top Trinity

Trinity Lutheran suffered a tough loss on the road in Shelby County last night. The Cougars were downed by the Mohawks 4-1. 

Boys Soccer

Late winner sinks Cougars

Tied 1-1 at the halftime break, the Trinity Cougars almost came away with a draw to end their week but the Hauser Jets had different plans. A late header by the Jets propelled them to a 2-1 win and the Cougars to 0-2 for the week after a high-octane game with Christian Academy of Indiana earlier in the week. 

Cross Country

Braves battle at North Harrison Invite

The Brownstown Central boys and girls cross country teams showed their stuff at the massive North Harrison Invite on Thursday.

On the boys’ side, the Braves finished eighth as a team with a score of 213. Nathan Koch led the way for the Braves with a 23rd-place finish with a time of 18 minutes, 6.9 seconds. 

The girls also took eighth place with a team score of 241. Jazzlyn Yeadon finished 17th for the Braves with a time of 22:37.2.

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