Local sports roundup



Girls soccer

Cockerham reaches milestone

Kailene Cockerham scored three goals to spark the Trinity Lutheran girls soccer team to a 6-2 win over Christian Academy of Indiana at home Tuesday night.

The score was tied 2-2 at the half with both Cockerham scoring both of the Trinity goals. Her first goal of the match was the 50th goal of her career.

The Cougars dominated the second half with Cockerham scoring her hat trick, Emma Myers scored two goals, and Mya Lindroth getting her first goal on a penalty kick.

“Overall, this game showed some defense and midfield work we need to get done before sectionals, but I’m happy with the perseverance to take control in the second half,” Cougars head coach Thom Hayes said. “And I’m super proud of Kailene’s achievements of the 50-goal mark and still picking up more.”

The Cougars had 29 shots on goal to 12 for CAI. Samantha Enzinger had 10 keeper saves and Emalee Goss had 2.

Cockerham had 10 shots on goal with the 3 goals, Myer had 10 shots on goal with 2 goals and 1 assist, and Lindroth had 3 shots on goal with the 1 goal.

Trinity will travel to Salem Thursday night.


Trinity sweeps Southwestern Shelby

The Trinity Lutheran volleyball improved to 16-4 on Tuesday night after defeating Southwestern Shelby 25-8, 25-10, 25-8.

Ruthie Bingham had 16 kills, Carson Bowling 12 and Bailey Tabeling 7. Tabeling had 6 aces, followed by Bingham 4 and Stella Kleffman 2.

Bingham had 12 digs, Kleffman 11, and Kamzi Gross and Tabeling each with 6 while Addison Darlage had 36 assists.

The Cougars will host Indianapolis Lutheran on Thursday at 6 p.m.

Crothersville falls to Rock Creek

The Crothersville volleyball team lost in straight sets to Rock Creek on Tuesday 25-8, 25-16, 25-21.

The Tigers were 40-46 with 6 aces, led by Carlee Walker, who went 8-10 with 4 aces. As a team, Crothersville went 38-52 with 5 kills with Kennadi Lakins having 3 of those. Walker also had 11 digs.

The Tigers (2-7) will host South Central on Thursday at 6 p.m.

Boys soccer

Seymour falls to Floyd Central

Floyd scored twice in 125 seconds midway through the first half to take a 2-0 lead over Seymour, which wound up being the final score.

The Highlanders dominated possession and outshot Seymour 16-2 (Oliver Kardos and Will Cottrill). Owls’ keeper Will Smith had 6 saves on the night.

With the loss, the Owls drop to 2-2 in the HHC and 5-3-2 overall. Their next game will be on Thursday at Madison at 5:30 p.m.



Tigers fall to Southwestern

The Crothersville volleyball team got swept by Southwestern on Monday 14-25, 13-25, 18-25.

The team was 35-45 in serving with 4 aces, led by Makenna Newberry and Elayna Ord. The team was 63-67 in hitting with 5 kills, led by Lakins with 1 kill and Pearl Shirley with 2.

The Tigers fell to 2-6 on the season after the loss. Crothersville’s JV team got in its second match of the season on Monday, as well, but also fell to Southwestern 1-25, 23-25.

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