Local sports roundup



Seymour sweeps

Jennings County

Head coach Sharon Wood was pleased with her team’s focus and determination Monday night when they defeated Jennings County 5-0.

Brooke Schafstall won 6-4, 6-1 at one singles, Sandy Cerino won 6-0, 6-0 at two singles and Valeria Ramirez won 7-5, 6-1 at three singles.

At one doubles, Avery Ragon and Mallory Moore won 6-3, 6-1, and coming off a big victory last Friday over Columbus North, the two doubles team of Madalyn Baurle and Elise Hartung won 6-1, 6-1.

Seymour will be back in action today when it hosts Bedford North Lawrence at 5:30 p.m.


Seymour defeats Columbus East and New Albany

It was a good day at Shadowood Golf Course for the Owls, who defeated New Albany and Columbus East with a team score of 170.

Owen Marshall led the team by shooting a 37, which was the best score of anyone competing on Monday.

Ethan Dippold shot a 43, Noah Surface and Manny Fontanez both shot a 45, Ty Stuckwisch shot a 51 and Andon Self shot a 52.

Seymour will be back in action on Saturday at the Bloomington North Invitational.

Trinity knocks off Salem

The Cougars had a good outing at Shadowood as well on Monday night, shooting a 197 to defeat Salem, which shot a 231.

Jacob Sabotin led the team with a 43, which earned him a medal. Caleb Williams shot a 49, Kade Hill a 51 and Preston Kovener a 54.

Trinity is scheduled to play at Hauser with Jennings County tonight at 4:30 p.m., and it will also compete in the Hauser Invitational on Saturday.

Track and field

Girls place second, boys place third Monday at Austin

The girls track and field team took second place with 68 points, behind Austin, who won with 75, but ahead of Henryville (33) and New Washington (26).

Kiarra Lakins was second in 100 hurdles with a 20.81, Kennadi Lakins won the 100 with a 14.77, Kaylyn Holman won the 1600 with a 5:38, Karley Gillis won the 800 with a 2:34, Holman won the 3200 with a 13:28, Kennadi Lakins won the high jump with a 4’10” and long jump with a 14’9”.

As for the boys, they took third with 7 points on the day.

David Rose was third in the mile with a 5:21 and fourth in the 300 hurdles with a 59.46.

The Tigers will be competing again tonight at Eastern (Pekin) at 5 p.m.


Seymour sweeps Clarksville in doubleheader

Saturday was a good day for the Owls, who won back-to-back games over Clarksville on the road.

In the first game, Seymour ran away with the game, scoring 14 runs on 15 hits. Clarksville scored just two runs on three hits.

Charlie Longmeier had 2 runs and 2 hits; Jack Pennington had 1 run and 1 hit; Bret Perry had 3 runs and 2 hits; Jounes Rodriguez had 2 runs; Brayden Wilson had 4 hits; Vince Wilson had 2 hits; Skylar Cockerham had 1 hit; Luke Brummett had 1 run; Aiden Darlage had 1 run; Gavin Leavy had 1 run 1 hit; Jack VonDielingen had 1 run and 1 hit; Brandon Hubbard had 2 runs; and Andrew Levine had 1 hit.

Aden Burnside pitched six innings, allowed 3 hits, 2 runs, 2 walks and had 8 strikeouts. Cody Ruble pitched one inning and had 1 strikeout.

The second game wasn’t as high scoring, but Seymour pulled away for the 5-1 win.

Longmeier 1 hit, Perry had 1 run and 2 hits, Cockerham had 1 run and 1 hit; Treyton McCormick had 1 hit, Darlage had 1 run and 1 hit, VonDielingen had 1 run; and Pennington had 1 run.

McCormick pitched all seven innings, allowed 4 hits, 1 run, 2 walks and struck out 11.

Seymour’s game with Trinity Lutheran was postponed last night. The Owls are scheduled to play next on Thursday when they host Floyd Central.

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