Local sports roundup


By Dylan Wallace | The Tribune

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Seymour went to Franklin on Saturday and came away with a 1-1 draw.

Donovyn Thomas scored from a penalty kick with 29:34 left in the first half, but the Owls conceded a late one to Franklin with 9:05 left to play.

The game ended in a draw with Seymour having 10 shots (Thomas 3, Gabe Baker 2, Oliver Kardos, Mauricio Aragon, Sotaro Miyagawa, Will Cottrill, Tsubasa Kato), and Franklin having 14.

Seymour had four saves.

The Owls are now 3-2-2 on the season and will play again on Thursday when they host New Albany.


Owls compete in Hoosier Cup

The Seymour girls soccer team played three games over the weekend in the Hoosier Cup in Bloomington.

The Owls won Friday night, defeating Bloomington North 3-1.

Rachel Lenart, Lillie Wessell and Eliza Cash all scored goals for the Owls, and Jessica Hougland had 4 saves.

On Saturday, Seymour had two tough 1-0 defeats. The Owls lost 1-0 to North and then 1-0 to South Knox.

Seymour is now 3-4 on the season and will play on Thursday at New Albany.


Trinity splits at tournament

The Trinity Lutheran volleyball team played four tough matches at the Barr Reeve tourney on Saturday.

Trinity Lutheran went 2-2 on the day. The Cougars lost to Terre Haute South 11-25, 25-27; beat Evansville Mater Dei 20-25, 25-20, 15-7; lost to Tecumseh 25-18, 15-25, 6-15; and defeated Northview 25-11, 25-21.

Bailey Tabeling led the way on the weekend with 35 kills, Ruthie Bingham had 23 and Carson Bowling had 21. Kamzi Gross served 7 aces and Addison Darlage had 4. Gross had 42 digs, Bingham 40 and Stella Kleffman 40 digs, and Darlage had 91 assists.

Trinity is now 10-4 and will play again at home against Oldenburg Academy on Tuesday.

Seymour splits at Avon Invite

The Owls competed in the Avon Invite on Saturday and competed against solid competition, splitting their matches 2-2.

Seymour dropped a match to Crown Point in two sets 14-25, 18-25; they defeated Avon in three sets 25-18, 20-25, 15-2; lost to Ursuline Academy 10-25, 19-25; and ended the day with a win over Carmel in three sets 25-16, 16-25, 15-11.

The Owls are now 11-4 on the season and will play again on Thursday at Scottsburg.

Brownstown competes in Providence Invite

Brownstown competed in the Providence Invite on Saturday and took on four solid teams.

Brownstown lost in three sets to Bloomington South 25-21, 24-26, 13-15; lost in two sets to Center Grove 19-25, 22-25; lost in two sets to Cathedral 13-25, 22-25; and lost to Fishers 12-25, 14-25.

The Braves had 75 kills through the four matches played. Brownstown will be back in action on Tuesday when it plays at Charlestown.


Crothersville competes at Mohawk Invitational

The Crothersville boys and girls cross-country teams competed in the Mohawk Invitational at Waldron on Saturday.

Kaylyn Holman won the girls race with a time of 20:11.97, Ella Plasse placed third overall with a 22:35.56, and Kennadi Lakins (29:47.30) and Kiarra Lakins (33:20.86) finished 9th and 10th, respectively.

For the boys, Dirk Crater ran his PR time of 20:31.84 and finished fifth place overall.

Crothersville will compete again on Tuesday at the Hardy Lake Invite.

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