Crothersville’s Holman wins another invitational


Kaylyn Holman keeps putting her stamp on the cross-country season this fall, capturing the Paoli Invitational on Thursday by cruising along the 5-kilometer course in 20 minutes, 53 seconds.

The Crothersville junior bested the 47-finisher field, placing 17 seconds ahead of second place.

Holman recently won girls races at the Salem Invitational, Scottsburg Invitational and others.

The other Tiger girls runners were Ella Plasse, 17th in 25:40, followed by sisters Kiarra Lakins, 18th in 25:45, and Kennadi Lakins, 19th in 26:00.

Led by David Rose, the boys had five finishers, so they were able to post a team score, placing seventh out of eight squads.

Rose took third in 17:58 with Elijah Plasse, Ella’s brother, right behind him in fourth place at 18:20. The other scorers among the 69 boys finishers were Andrew Stainbrook, 50th in 24:03, Lucas Hilton, 54th in 25:01, and Tim Hodge, 67th in 30:02.

First-class win for Seymour boys soccer

Avery Penegar scored in the first half and Dereck Rodriguez scored in the second half to give the Owls a 2-0 victory over Jennings County on Thursday night.

Isaac Shafer assisted on the first goal, and Rodriguez’s goal was unassisted.

Seymour dominated play with 33 shots, forcing Jennings netminders to make 25 saves. Seymour did not make any saves.

The win gives the Owls a 5-6-2 record.

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