Seymour girls soccer take opener


Addi Chandler and Haley Westfall scored goals in the second half to break a 0-0 tie to lift the Seymour girls soccer team to an opening-game road victory over Batesville Saturday afternoon.

After the scoreless first half, Chandler gave the Owls the lead and Westfall added the clincher. Kylee Nowling received assists on both goals.

The Saturday afternoon contest was played in very hot conditions and coach Greg Musser said the field conditions were challenging.
"We battled through some tough conditions with the heat and grass that was long," Musser said. "The girls played for one another and with the adjustments made for the second half we were able to take control of the game."
Musser was encouraged by the win and what it may mean for this season.
"Batesville is always a tough opponent and it is always satisfying to get the W against them," he said. "I was so proud of our girls’ resolve today and cannot wait to see what they can do this season."
The Owls play at Salem this afternoon.
Seymour girls put two in 90s
Lainey Jackson shot a 95 with Phoebe Skidmore right behind at 96 for the Owls girls golf team Saturday at the Providence Invite.
 Liza Stuckwisch followed with a round of 108 as part of Seymour’s of 422. Rylee Ebler was at 123 and Maddie Nay at 124.
Seymour was ninth in the 13-team
Teams: 1) Evansville North 271; 2) Floyd Central 315; 3) Bedford North Lawrence 339; 4) New Albany 351; 5) Madison 393;  6) Mercy Academy (Ky.) 402; 7) Jennings County 414; 8) Scottsburg 419; 9)Seymour 422; 10) Brownstown Central 425; 11) Providence 432; 12)North Harrison 499; 13) Salem no score.

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