Trinity Lutheran volleyball wins 25th


Staff Reports

Trinity Lutheran, the top-ranked team in 1A, came out on top in a back-and-forth match with New Albany Thursday night, raising its regular-season mark to 25-5 with the start of Sectional play scheduled for next week.

The Cougars won 25-22, 23-25, 25-8, 19-25, 16-14.

Sydney Jaynes was the leading attacker with 21 kills for Trinity and Kennedy Hoffman registered 12 kills and Bailey Tabeling 10. Stella Kleffman added eight kills.

Ruth Bingham led in serving with three aces while Hoffman and Elly Carter each aced two serves.

Kamzi Gross contributed 27 digs, Kleffman 17, and Bingham and Carter had 11 apiece.

Bailey Reynolds was quite busy with 46 assists.

Trinity Lutheran, the state runner-up in 1A last season, hosts a Sectional that begins Tuesday. The Cougars’ first match is Thursday versus Oldenburg Academy.

Crothersville drops two matches, fall to 2-21

The Tigers lost twice this past week, falling to 2-21 on the season.

New Washington won 25-19, 25-22, 25-7 and Lanesville topped Crothersville, 25-20, 25-11, 25-15.

Pearl Shirley notched four kills in the New Washington match and Mariyah Kelshaw produced 11 digs.

Against Lanesville, Crotherville’s Elayna Ord collected four aces, Kelshaw had five kills, and Alexus James came up with 11 digs.

Crothersville has a first-round game in the Trinity Sectional against Jac-Cen-Del, Oct. 15.

Trinity Lutheran girls soccer in Sectional final

After winning a first-round game 6-0 over Austin, the Cougars meet host Providence in a Sectional championship game at 2 p.m. Saturday.

Trinity is 6-7, Providence 3-7-2.

Seymour tennis

doubles still alive

The Owls’ No. 1 doubles team of Brandon Hubbard and Andrew Levine face a doubles team from Bloomington South, but at Bloomington North at 10 a.m. Saturday.

The match is a continuation of Sectional play. Hubbard and Levine are 2-0 in the tournament so far.

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