Four Crothersville runners all-conference


Kaylyn Holman won the girls Southern Athletic Conference cross-country running championship and set a course record with her 19-minute, 49-second victory over 5 kilometers as Crothersville had four runners earn all-league mention Saturday.

Taking sixth place in 23:07, Ella Plasse also received the honor. The top seven finishers in the league title meet earned the recognition.

The Tigers’ David Rose was barely beaten in the boys race, recording a best time of 16:33, just one second behind Borden’s Maddox Baker. Rose and Elijah Plasse, fourth overall in 17:09, were also Crothersvile all-conference performers.

Crothersville girls did not have five finishers and a team score, but the boys’ total of 85 took third place out of five squads. Borden won the team crown with 30 points, head of South Central (47) and Crothersville (85).

The three other Tiger scorers were: Andrew Stainbrook (25th in 20:50), Lucas Hilton (33rd in 22:45) and Tim Hodge (41st in 29:16).

For the girls, Kiarra Lakins was 11th in 24:38 and her Kennadi Lakins was 12th in 24:53.

The Crothersville cross-country team will race at the Austin Sectional Saturday at 10 a.m.

Trinity Lutheran girls soccer loses regular-season finale

Salem scored an early goal and made it hold up for the duration, Saturday, to defeat the Cougars, 1-0, in Trinity’s last regular-season game before Sectional play.

Trinity finished 5-7. Salem out-shot Trinity 9-6.

"But we’re still liking our chances of winning a Sectional title," said Cougar coach Thom Hayes.

Trinity faces Austin Wednesday at 7 p.m. in the four-team Providence Sectional.

Medora volleyball tops Crothersville

By a count of 25-13, 25-11, 25-15, the Hornets bested the Tigers in an area volleyball match.

Shawe Memorial also defeated Crothersville, 25-17, 25-19, 25-21.

Elayna Ord had three aces for Crothersville against Shawe. Pearl Shirley had three kills in that match.

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