Local sports roundup


Seymour rolls past North Harrison

The Seymour girls basketball team got back to its winning ways on Saturday afternoon by defeating North Harrison 54-32.

It was a slow start for the Owls, who were trailing 9-6 at the end of the first quarter, but from there, Seymour scored 15 or more points in each of the remaining three quarters. Seymour held North Harrison to single digits in all four quarters on Saturday.

The Owls got back Kendall Sterling after missing Thursday’s game against Columbus East, and Sterling delivered in her return by leading the team with 15 points.

Brooke Trinkle also scored 15, Grace Schrader had seven, Journee Brown six, Eliza Cash five and Kendrick Sterling, Lainey Jackson and Greer Henry each scored two.

The win improved Seymour’s record to 9-8 on the season, and the Owls will have a week off from their last game before playing again this Saturday at home against Center Grove.

Crothersville falls to Lanesville

Lanesville moved a step closer to the Southern Athletic Conference girls title by defeating Crothersville 81-12 Saturday afternoon.

Lanesville is 4-0 in the SAC and is 17-1 coming into Tuesday’s game at Trinity Lutheran.

The Tigers had 7 points at the half and Ella Plasse had all 7.

Plasse finished with 10 points, and Zoe Spangler scored the other 2.

The Tigers (0-4 SAC, 2-9) have a busy week as they will host South Decatur Tuesday, travel to Columbus Christian Thursday, host Hauser Friday night and host Dugger Union Saturday afternoon.

Trinity drops road game to Henryville

The Trinity Lutheran boys basketball team lost its fifth-straight game on Saturday night as the Cougars went on the road to Henryville and suffered a 57-28 loss.

Trinity has scored under 30 points in two of its last three games.

The Cougars, now 4-7 this season, will look to get back on track on Friday night when they play at Shawe Memorial.

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