Local sports roundup – September 16


Saturday’s results

Boys Tennis

Owls take second at Shelbyville Invite

The Owls finished just behind No. 8 Westfield during Saturday’s Shelbyville Invite.

They got second-place finishes from Vincent Camboulas at No. 1 singles, Isaac Hardin at No. 2 singles and from Eli Meyer and Braden Handloser at No. 2 doubles.

Will Rinehart finished third at No. 3 singles, and the No. 1 doubles team of Hunter Heckman and Brett Otte finished fifth. 

Boys Soccer

Owls draw with Oldenburg Academy

The Owls battled in the hot sun but were only able to come away with a draw against Oldenburg Academy on Saturday.

Seymour outshot Oldenburg 17-2, but its keeper had 17 saves.

On the JV side, the Owls won 4-0 will goals from Will Cottrill, Alfredo Gaspar, Kevin Cervantes and Sotaro Miyagawa. 

Cross Country

Owls, Braves compete at Brown County Invite

Seymour finished 15th in both the girls and boys elite races, while the Brownstown Central boys took sixth and the Brave girls were ninth at the Brown County Invitational.

Luke Plummer led the Owls with a 44th-place finish at 16:39, while Makenna Sunbury was 57th at 19:57.

Nathan Koch paced the Braves with a time of 17:27 for 19th, while Jazzlynn Yeadon’s 21:50 was good enough for 19th. 


Owls go undefeated at Connersville

Seymour volleyball continued its winnings ways with three victories at the Connersville Invitational on Saturday.

The Owls defeated Rising Sun (25-6, 25-5), Pike (25-19, 25-12) and Connersville (25-9, 25-11).

Olivia Fish had 29 kills across the three games along with five aces. Cali Cummings contributed eight kills, while Sophia Stahl had seven. Hayley Harpe had a team-leading eight aces, while Jayla Gambrel had five. 

Cougars go 2-1 at BNL

The Trinity Lutheran volleyball team continued its quality play Saturday at the BNL Invite.

Trinity downed Terre Haute South (25-12, 23-25, 15-7) and Martinsville (26-24, 25-18) but lost to New Albany (17-25, 25-18, 9-15).

Sydney Jaynes had 30 kills to lead the Cougars, followed by Bailey Tabeling’s 17 and Kennedy Hoffman’s 15. Ruthie Bingham had five aces to lead the Cougars in the serving department. 

Braves win freshman invite

The Brownstown Central freshman volleyball team won its own invite Saturday, defeating Center Grove, Columbus East and Bloomington North.

Tinley Gray had 13 kills to lead the Braves in the hitting department, while Carlee Walker had a team-leading 10 aces. 

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