Local sports roundup – October 11


Basketball tournament host sites announced

The IHSAA released the sectional, regional and semistate host sites for the upcoming boys and girls basketball state tournament.

In Class 4A, the Owls will travel to Jennings County on the girls’ side while the boys will stay home.

In 3A, the Brownstown Central girls will travel to Owen Valley and the boys will travel to Edgewood.

Medora, Crothersville and Trinity Lutheran will all travel to West Washington in the girls’ sectional 62. The boys’ teams will head up Interstate 65 to Edinburgh. 

Lloyd E. Scott Gymnasium will once again host the Class 4A regional No. 4 and semistate No. 4.

Thursday’s results

Girls Soccer

Cougars blank Austin, advance to sectional final

Flossie Cooper netted a second-half hat trick to pace Trinity Lutheran to a 6-0 win over Austin and into Saturday’s sectional final. 

The trio of goals was just the icing on the cake for an otherwise dominating performance by the Cougars. 

In addition to Cooper’s goals, Trinity was also led by a first-half brace from Kailene Cockerham and a penalty kick from Emma Goecker.

It’s the second win over the Eagles, who are in their first season of competition. Trinity won 7-0 last week to end their regular season.  


Owls fall to Bloomington South in four

Seymour finished their regular season with a 3-1 loss to the Bloomington South Panthers.

The Owls took Set 1 in a hard-fought opening stanza 25-23, but were out-worked in the second and third sets falling 25-15 and 25-12. The Panthers cruised in the final set, winning it 25-12. 

Braves win Mid-Southern Conference

The Brownstown Central volleyball team wasted no time with MSC rival Salem, winning in straight sets and never surrendering double-digit points in each set.

The Braves won 25-7, 25-6, 25-9 on senior night and sent their seniors out with another undefeated MSC title.

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