Seymour golfers show gains in league meet


Lainey Jackson recorded a low score of 90 to lead the Seymour Owls golf team at the Hoosier Hills Conference tournament Saturday.

Seymour placed sixth among eight teams in the league race with a total of 400 strokes for four competitors. Phoebe Skidmore was next with a 94.

The other two Owl scorers were Rylee Ebler and Liza Stuckwisch both at 108.

“Girls are improving,” said coach Jim Hoffman. “Hoping to keep going like we are.”

Floyd Central won the team competition at 320, ahead of Bedford North Lawrence at 323 and New Albany 329. The other team scores were Columbus East 362, Madison 367, Seymour 400 and Jeffersonville 402.

Jennings County competed but did not have a team total.

Trinity Lutheran soccer blanks Scottsburg

The Trinity Lutheran girls soccer team bested Scottsburg 2-0 Monday, rolling to its third straight shutout.

Kailene Cockerham scored both of the Cougars’ goals, and they came in the first half as Trinity boosted its season record to 4-1. Assists were credited to Emma Myers and Sarah Lemming on Cockerham’s goals.

Although Trinity piled up 12 shots on goal, Scottsburg fought to come back early in the second half.

“Scottsburg came out fast in the second half with a lot of offensive pressure,” said Trinity coach Thom Hayes. “But Trinity’s adjustment to a more defensive lineup and some great saves by keeper (Genesis) Munoz kept the Warriorettes at bay.”

Trinity volleyball moves to 16-3

The Cougar volleyball squad keeps piling up the victories, Monday night overcoming Madison 25-15, 25-15, 25-13 and pushing its season record to 16-3.

Kennedy Hoffman ripped 15 kills, Sydney Jaynes 12 and Bailey Tabeling eight for the Cougars. While Bailey Reynolds notched 36 assists, Kamzi Gross served for 10 points with one ace while also collecting 14 digs. Stella Kleffman served for nine points.

Trinity was once 5-2 on the season and has won 11 out of its last 12 matches while gaining the No. 1 ranking in Class A.

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