Trinity picks new athletic director


Staff Reports

Ryan Cremeans has been named athletic director and outreach director at Trinity Lutheran, according to principal Clayton Darlage.

A former professional baseball player, Cremeans has a degree in sports administration from Central Michigan University, and a masters degree in management from Northwestern University.

Cremeans was a 35th-round draft pick by the Detroit Tigers as a pitcher out of high school in Michigan and later spent time in the minor leagues.

Cremeans has been connected to St. Johns White Creek Lutheran Church in Columbus. At Trinity, he replaces Michael McBride, who departed from the school in August.

Seymour tennis

blitzes Edinburgh

It was a celebratory night for the Seymour Owls tennis team, pushing past Edinburgh, 5-0, in its most complete match of the season Monday.

The performance vindicated coach Sharon Wood’s belief that after a 1-2 showing the preceding weekend, the Owls were ready to break out.

“We came out strong against Edinburgh last night,” Wood said. “Our doubles teams only dropped one game as they focused on shot placement and finishing the points.”

Seymour’s No. 1 doubles team of Brandon Hubbard and Andrew Levine won 6-0, 6-0 and the No. 2 doubles team of Eli Meyer and Joe Schmidt won 6-1, 6-0.

The other points in the sweep were registered by Hunter Heckman, 6-0, 7-5 in No. 1 singles, Reuben Kruse took No. 2 singles with a score of 6-1, 6-4, and Drew Handloser took No. 3 singles, 3-6, 6-1, 10-5.

“Drew Handloser picked up his first win as a Seymour High School Owl,” Wood said.

Trinity Lutheran

girls soccer falls

The Cougars’ four-game winning streak ended Tuesday night with a 3-1 loss to Oldenburg Academy. Trinity managed just one shot on net, but it resulted in a goal from Sarah Lemming. An assist went to Flossie Cooper.

Oldenburg dominated possession, forcing Trinity keeper Genesis Munoz to make 16 saves.

“Although a loss is never good,” said Cougar coach Thom Hayes, “it was good to face a tough opponent and stay in the game.”

JV girls soccer off

Thursday’s junior varsity girls soccer match against Bedford North Lawrence has been called off because the team scheduled to host the Owls said it has too many injuries.

Seymour’s varsity match has been changed to a 5:30 p.m. start from its original scheduled 7 p.m. tip.


Seymour boys soccer shut down

The Owls hung with Floyd Central in a close game all night Tuesday, but couldn’t get on the scoreboard, battling, but dropping a 1-0 decision to the Highlanders.

Floyd Central’s only goal came about midway through the second half as one of the Highlanders’ 12 shots found its way into the net.

Seymour is now 3-5-2 on the year.

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