Seymour girls soccer romp to second straight win


Five goals in the first half, including two from senior Addi Chandler, lifted the Seymour girls soccer team to a 5-0 victory over Salem Monday afternoon, raising the Owls’ season record to 2-0.

"Girls started fast, with all five goals early in the first half," said coach Greg Musser.

The overwhelming start in the road game allowed Musser to provide ample playing time to numerous players.

"We were able to get 25 different girls some varsity time and it was great to see how hard our younger girls played," he said.

Alyssa Perry and Lillie Wessel also chipped in goals and Seymour’s fifth goal came on an accidental own goal scored by Salem.

Perry, Kylee Nowling, Haley Westfall and Brooke Trinkle each added an assist to the Owl scoring and sophomore Jessica Hougland stopped three shots in net.

"Another shutout," Musser said of Seymour’s two-game start, "which speaks to our organization defensively."

Musser said Seymour’s next game, Saturday morning at Columbus North, should be "another great early test for our team."

Trinity Lutheran volleyball outlasts Henryville

The Cougars dominated early and eked out a third set, winning 25-14,25-7, 25-23, Monday night. 

Kennedy Hoffman notched 11 kills and went 14 for 15 on serves with one ace, Sydney Jaynes added eight kills, and Bailey Reynolds contributed 29 assists.

Boys Thursday soccer called off

A scheduled Thursday match between the Seymour boys soccer team and Brown County has been called off, Owls athletic director Kirk Manns announced.

The Brown County team has gone into quarantine due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Crothersville volleyball 1-3 on opening day.

The Tigers competed in the Scottsburg Invite last Saturday, falling to host Scottsburg, 25-25, 25-12 Mariyah Kelshaw (4-5), Haley Williams (3-3) and Kennadi Lakins (3-3) turned in top efforts serving.

Crothersville bounced back against Borden, winning 24-26, 25-18, 15-9, Kelshaw made 15 of 17 kills and Makenna Newberry recorded five assists.

The Tigers also fell to Mitchell, 25-8, 25-11. In the fourth game, Crothersville was topped by Switzerland County, 25-12, 25-19. Lexie James was 9 for 9 on serves with two aces.


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