Seymour girls soccer dominates; boys shut out


A complete and thorough effort from the Seymour girls soccer team produced a 6-0 triumph over Scottsburg on Thursday, raising the Owls’ season record to a 3-1.

Lillie Wessel notched three goals to lead the Seymour offense and Alyssa Perry pumped in two goals and contributed an assist in the overwhelming victory. Haley Westfall also scored a goal and added two assists.

Other Owl assists in the scoring came from Addi Chandler, Kylee Nowling and Ellie Cornn.

Coach Greg Musser’s team impressed even him.

"Very mature performance tonight from our girls," Musser said after the match. "We saw a lot of things on the field we’ve been working on in practice. It is always great when that happens. We played as a team from start to finish tonight, and I love how much our girls care about each other on the pitch."

Musser liked what he saw from the effort so early in the season, and he expects it will usher in more success.

"Lots of great things on the horizon for these girls if we keep progressing as we did tonight," he said. "Very proud coach."

Seymour boys soccer takes 2-0 loss

The Owls scrapped the entire game Thursday but could not catch up to host Bloomington North after trailing 1-0 in the first half.

The hosts added a second goal in the second half, outshooting Seymour 11-6. Kelby Riggs made seven saves in net for Seymour.

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