Local sports roundup – September 18


Clark named HCAC Defensive POTW

Former Owl keeper Elliot Clark was name the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference defensive player of the week. 

In the second game of a back to back, Clark matched a career-high with 10 saves to help Franklin score a 2-1 win over Illinois Tech. It was the first career victory for Clark. 

Marshall places in junior event

Owen Marshall, Seymour, posted a 36-hole score of 174 to tie for 33rd in an Indiana Golf Association Delaware Boys Junior Fall Series event held during the weekend at Delaware Country Club in Muncie.

Taylor Gardner, Pittsboro, was first with 144 and Jace Day, Bloomington, was runner up with 147.

Boys Tennis

Owls keep rolling

The Seymour Owls swept Brown County on Tuesday night but it wasn’t an easy 5-0 victory.

Vincent Camboulas was challenged at No. 1 singles but still found a way to win 6-3, 6-4. No. 2 singles player Isaac Hardin won 6-2, 6-3 and No. 3 player Will Rinehart won 6-1, 6-0.

Both doubles teams had to fight to win in three sets with the top tandem of Trey Hohenstreiter and Andrew Levine winning 2-6, 6-3 6-2. The No. 2 pair of Eli Meyer and Braden Handloser won 3-6, 6-2, 6-0.

Girls Soccer

First half goals lead Cougars to win

Goals from Sarah Lemming and Kailene Cockerham paced the Trinity Lutheran girls soccer team to a 2-1 win over the Christian Academy of Indiana Tuesday night.

The visiting Warriors were able to get one back in the second half but the deficit was too large for them to overcome. 


Braves make quick work of Corydon Central

It didn’t take very long for the Braves to get off the court on Tuesday night against Mid-Southern Conference rival Corydon Central.

The Braves swept the Panthers 25-4, 25-12, 25-7 and amassed a total of 38 kills and eight aces.

Kayla Guthrie and Addi Wilkerson led the way for the Braves in the hitting department with nine kills each followed by Kendra McCory’s eight.

Riley Nuss had a team-leading four aces while McCory had two and Halle Hehman had one. 

Rock Creek throttles Crothersville

The Class A sixth-ranked Rock Creek volleyball team made life tough for the Tigers on Tuesday night.

Rock Creek defeated Crothersville in straight sets 25-11, 25-11, 25-7 and kept the Tigers from gaining too many attacking chances.

Addy Cole had the Tigers’ lone kill of the match. 

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