Trinity volleyball powers past Crothersville


The volleyball match between Jackson County rivals Trinity Lutheran and Crothersville turned in the Cougars’ favor early and the visitors came home with a 25-2, 25-4, 25-6 win Tuesday night.

The Cougars (19-3) had 28 attack kills with Kennedy Hoffman leading with 8, Bailey Tabeling had 7, and Sydney Jaynes and Stella Kleffman had 4 apiece.

Kamzi Gross served 16 aces and had 8 digs, Kleffman had 7 digs and 4 aces. Ruthie Bingham also had 4 aces. Bailey Reynolds was the leader in assists with 18 and Kylie Zabel had 6.

Leading the Tigers (2-15) in attacks was Haley Williams with 6-9-2 and Kennadi Lakins was 5-5.

The Tigers’ leading server was Elayna Ord with three aces.

Crothersville also lost to Jac-Cen-Del, 25-14, 25-12, and 25-15, Monday.

Zoe Spangler and Alexus James knocked down one ace apiece. Lakins had three kills.

Paige Lawrence provided 13 assists and Maggie Connell (8) and Cali Cummings (7) led the attack with their kills, but Seymour’s volleyball team lost a tough match to Columbus East on Monday night.

The Owls were topped 25-23, 25-14, 25-16 by the Olympians. Connell and Lauren Knieriem each made seven digs.

Seymour girls soccer bounces back

In a dramatic turnaround from an off day over the weekend, the Owls girls soccer team shut down and shut out Jennings County, 2-0, only days after falling 7-0 to East Central.

Haley Westfall and Alyssa Perry scored a goal each for Seymour to raise its overall record to 8-2-1 and 4-0 in the Hoosier Hills Conference. Westfall also added an assist, as did Addi Chandler.

"Jennings had a game plan for us and executed it well for 40 minutes," said Seymour coach Greg Musser. "They were defensive minded and our girls were patient, but could put one home in the first half. We challenged them after halftime to break them down defensively."

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