Local sports roundup


By Dylan Wallace | The Tribune

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In wet and rainy conditions at Otter Creek Golf Course in Columbus, the Seymour girls golf team suffered a 160-206 lost to Columbus East.

Lainey Jackson led the Owls with a 45. Liza Stuckwisch shot a 50, Phoebe Skidmore shot a 52 and Katie Cottrill shot a 59.

For the Olympians, Peyton Meier and Katie Hong earned medalist honors with 39s. Harley Gant 40. Carter Gant 42. Cristen Martinez 48. Lilly Steinwedel 52.

Seymour will be back in action today at Bedford North Lawrence at 4:30 p.m.

Weather forces cancellations

The Owls’ girls golf team were the only local team to get its match in on Monday evening.

Trinity boys tennis had its match at Madison canceled, as did Brownstown girls golf, who were supposed to host New Albany.

The Brownstown boys tennis team was scheduled to continue a match against Scottsburg on Monday, but weather once again moved it. The Braves were down 2-1 to Scottsburg last Thursday when lightning hit, so they moved the match to Monday, but now, the match has been pushed to Wednesday.

Brownstown was up one set in both two and three singles. Before the Braves continue that match, they will host Greensburg today at 5:30 p.m.


Girls soccer

Trinity falls short at Oldenburg

The Trinity Lutheran girls soccer team lost a tight 3-2 match on the road Saturday at Oldenburg Academy.

Head coach Thom Hayes said it was a much better performance from his team, and he’s happy to see the correct adjustments are being made as the season goes on.

The Cougars’ goals came from Kailene Cockerham on a penalty kick and Emma Myers on a free kick from about 25 yards out.

Keeper Samantha Enzinger had a busy day in the net, totaling 24 saves for the match.

Trinity will be able to rest a bit this week in terms of match play. Hayes said the Cougars are looking forward to a week of practice and no games this week.

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