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By Dylan Wallace | The Tribune
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Brownstown volleyball kicked off its 2021 season with a victory on Tuesday after sweeping Eastern Pekin. Brownstown won 25-10, 25-12, 25-11.

As a team, the Braves were 67-73 on serves with 10 aces, and with hitting, they were 64-80 with 24 kills.

Jaydynn Yeadon was 13-13 on serves with 2 aces, Nadia Lakins was 8-9 with 4 aces and Erin Singleton was 16-17 with 2 aces.

With hitting, Kalee Borden was 24-29 with 9 kills, Lakins was 17-19 with 6 kills and Kelsey Wischmeier was 13-15 with 6 kills.

The Braves will be back in action tomorrow at Bloomington North, starting at 6 p.m.

Boys soccer

Owls defeat East Central

The Seymour boys soccer team won a thrilling 2-1 game over East Central in its home-opener on Tuesday.

Donovyn Thomas scored a goal with 2:31 left to go in the game to give the Owls the advantage. The assist came from Gabe Baker. Thomas also scored Seymour’s first goal of the game off a penalty kick with 33:04 left in the first half.

This was Seymour’s first win of the season. The Owls are now 1-0-1 on the season will be back in action on Saturday when they compete at Bloomington South with JV starting at 10:30 a.m.

Trinity drops match

The Trinity boys soccer team opened its season with a tough 7-3 loss to Greenwood Christian on the road on Tuesday.

Conner Sims had two goals for the Cougars and Drew Kerkhof had one goal. Andrew Lemming picked up an assist, and Cougars’ goalie Brayden Stockelman had six saves on the night.

Trinity will be back in action on Saturday when it travels to Rising Sun for a match at 6 p.m.


Seymour drops close match to Bloomington North

Seymour boys tennis suffered a tight 3-2 loss to Bloomington North at home on Tuesday.

The Owls got wins from their doubles teams. Eli Meyer and Jack VonDielingen won at one doubles 6-1, 6-2, and Trevor Alberring and Joe Schmidt won a three-setter at two doubles 6-4, 4-6, 6-3.

At one singles, Hunter Heckman lost 6-0, 6-1; Andrew Levine lost 6-0, 6-1 at two singles and Reuben Kruse lost 6-1, 6-0 at three singles.

The Owls will look to bounce back on Thursday when they play at Scottsburg at 5:30 p.m.


Seymour defeats two opponents

The Owls had a big day on Tuesday at Shadowood against Bedford North Lawrence and Jennings County.

Seymour shot a season-best 184 to win the match. Lainey Jackson led the way for the Owls by shooting a 40 and she was a co-medalist with Sophia Curry, who also shot a 40.

The next three for the Owls were all even. Phoebe Skidmore, Liza Stuckwisch and Katie Cottrill each shot a 48, and Emily Windley rounded out the team with a 68.

Seymour’s score was 25 strokes better than it was Monday night.

The Owls will be back in action on Saturday when it competes in the Madison Invite at noon.

Brownstown picks up another win

The Brownstown girls golf team has back-to-back wins this week.

The Braves defeated Paoli 200-220 on Tuesday.

Payton Ault led the way with a 43, Lexie Satterthwaite shot a 48, Hannah Hackman 53, and Kelsey Ault and Emma Hughbanks each shot a 56.

The Braves will look to keep its success rolling on Friday when it plays Scottsburg and Silver Creek at Scottsburg, starting at 4:30 p.m.



Trinity opens season with win

Trinity Lutheran opened its season with a 25-15, 25-9, 25-9 win at Henryville on Monday night.

Stella Kleffman led the Cougars with 13 digs and five aces. Ruthie Bingham pounded 15 kills, and Addyson Darlage recorded 33 assists.

Also for Trinity, Carson Bowling added nine kills, and Bailey Tabeling had seven kills. Kamzi Gross tallied 11 digs, and Bingham had six digs.

Medora drops first match

The Medora volleyball team lost its first match of the season to Christian Academy on Monday 13-25, 26-24, 25-27, 19-25.

The Hornets will be back in action tomorrow night when it travels to West Washington, and they will have their home opener on Friday against Shawe Memorial at 6 p.m.

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