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Owls get another

5-0 victory

The Seymour girls’ tennis team got another victory on Friday night 5-0.

Brooke Schafstall won 6-0, 6-2 at number one singles; Sandy Cerino won 6-1, 6-0 at number two singles; and Valeria Ramirez won 6-2, 6-0 at number three singles.

At one doubles, Avery Ragon and Mallory Moore won 6-1, 6-1; and at two doubles, Elise Hartung and Madalyn Baurle won 6-0, 6-0.

Pending weather on Saturday, the Owls could be facing off against Floyd Central, which head coach Sharon Wood said would be a good test for her team.


Owls fall 5-2 to

Jennings County

A late-game offensive spurt by Jennings County decided a game that started as an old-fashioned pitching duel as Seymour’s baseball team lost, 5-2, on Friday night.

Junior Aden Burnside started for the Owls (5-5), pitching six innings and retiring the first nine batters he faced. The southpaw allowed five runs, three of them earned, while striking out seven batters and walking two.

Burnside battled with junior Jacob Vogel, Jennings County’s ace. Vogel pitched all seven innings for the Panthers (3-4), giving up two unearned runs and striking out 11 batters.

The Owls’ offense started well, scoring an early run when freshman Bret Perry crossed home on a groundball off the bat of leftfielder Vince Wilson.

Perry and sophomore Charlie Longmeier each had a hit and scored a run, while Vince Wilson and Brayden Wilson each had an RBI.

Jennings County’s offense came alive after being held scoreless by Burnside during the first three innings. The Panthers scored five runs during the fourth, fifth and sixth innings to take command of the game.


Track and field

Crothersville defeats West Washington

In its third meet in four days, the Tigers came away with victory on both the boys and girls side on Thursday at New Washington.

The girls won with 70 points to New Washington’s 44.

Kennadi Lakins won both the long jump and high jump with a 13’6 3/4” and 4’8”, respectively. She also won the 100-meter dash with a 14.75. Karley Gillis 20.94 won the 100 high hurdles with a 20.94, and Kiarra Lakins won the 300 low hurdles with a 1:08.53.

Kaylyn Holman once again won her trio of events in the mile (5:34.72), 800 (2:33.53) and two mile (13:22.75).

The 4×800-meter relay team of Holman, Kennadi Lakins, Zoe Spangler and Ella Plasse took first with a 15:06; and the 4×400-meter relay team of Gillis, Kiarra Lakins, Spangler and Shea Reynolds won with 6:13.

On the boys side, Crothersville won with 25 to New Washington’s 20.

Timothy Hodge won the discus with a throw of 63’9”, as well as the shotput with a throw of 31’11”. Hodge kicked it into high gear for a running event, too, winning the 200-meter dash with a time of 37.97.

David Rose won the 1600 with a 5:26 and the 3200 with a 11:37.16.

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