Local sports roundup


Trinity Lutheran volleyball team posted a 25-16, 25-15, 25-14 win at Loogootee Tuesday night.

Ruthie Bingham led the Cougars in attacks with 17 kills, Bailey Tabeling had 10 and Carson Bowling had 7 kills.

Kamzi Gross and Addison Darlage each served 3 aces, Bowling and Madison Keith each had 2 assists, Bingham led in digs with 21, Gross had 18 and Stella Kleffman had 16, and Darlage had 38 assists.

Trinity won the junior varsity match 25-23, 25-10.

Trinity (7-2) will play at Christian Academy Thursday with the C team match set to start at 5:30 p.m.

Seymour defeats

Floyd Central in five sets

For the second time this season, the Owls have gone to five sets, and for the second time, the Owls have prevailed.

Seymour won at Floyd Central on Tuesday night 25-23, 25-21, 19-25, 20-25, 15-12.

Olivia Fish led the Owls with 33 kills, Cali Cummings added 14 and Breanna Lawrence had 3.

Addi Lemon and Fish each had 2 aces, and Greer Henry had 1. Fish had 18 digs and Lemon had 47 assists.

Seymour’s JV team lost to Floyd 25-16, 25-12, and the Owls’ freshmen team won 26-16, 25-12.

Seymour is now 8-2 on the season and will compete again on Saturday in the Avon Invite starting at 9 a.m.

Boys soccer

Trinity Lutheran falls

to Christian Academy

Trinity Lutheran boys soccer team fell 6-1 to Christian Academy at home Tuesday night.

The Cougars took a 1-0 lead on a penalty kick by Connor Sims in the first half.

The Warriors scored a minute later and the score remained tied 1-1 at the half.

Trinity coach Todd Jack said, “In the second half we had a call that didn’t go our way and they scored. We kind of got the wind taken out of us. We couldn’t pull anything together.”

The Warriors scored four more goals to leave the Cougars 0-5 for the season.

Trinity will host Hauser Thursday.


Seymour drops match to BNL

The Seymour girls golf team suffered a 185-202 defeat on Tuesday at Bedford North Lawrence.

Lainey Jackson led the charge again for Seymour by shooting a 46. Phoebe Skidmore was right behind her with a 48, while Liza Stuckwisch shot a 51.

The freshmen, Katie Cottrill and Emily Windley, shot 57 and 71, respectively.

Seymour has been in a bit of a slump not being able to break that 200 mark as a team, but the Owls will have some time off to practice this week before resuming action next week.

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