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Three county teams play at Shadowood

Seymour hosted Franklin at Shadowood Golf Course on Tuesday evening and Trinity Lutheran hosted Jac-Cen-Del and Medora.

The Owls shot a team score of 165, barely losing to Franklin, who shot a 162.

Seymour’s Oliver Kardos and Franklin’s Jake Lock were co-medalists, both shooting a 37.

Andon Self was second for the Owls with a score of 42, and Ty Stuckwisch and Manny Fontanez both shot a 43. Noah Surface shot a 48 and Trevor Alberring both had 48s, Trevor Goecker had a 60 and Braden Hinton had 63.

Head coach Jim Hoffman said he’s excited about what he sees from the Owls and was happy with the way they played.

As for Trinity, the Cougars shot a 196 to defeat Jac-Cen-Del, who had a 203.

Kade Hill and Jacob Sabotin both shot a 46 to lead Trinity while Preston Kovener and Caleb Williams both shot a 52, and Wiley Jones had a 65.

Medora’s Braxton McCory is the lone golfer for the Hornets, and he shot a 52.

To read extended coverage on Tuesday’s golf matches, visit tribtown.com or catch it in Thursday’s Tribune.


Seymour opens season with win

The Seymour tennis team finally hit the courts this season after all of its matches were postponed last week due to weather.

The Owls were on the road at Scottsburg and came away with a 3-2 victory.

Brooke Schafstall defeated Grace Routt 6-2, 6-0 at one singles, Elise Hartung defeated Kendra Shuler 6-1, 6-1 at three singles, and the two doubles team of Addison Hunsley and Jessica Hougland knocked off Melea Luttrell and Kira Shelhamer 7-6 (7-4), 4-6, 6-3.

Claire Routt beat Seymour’s Madalyn Baurle 6-3, 2-6, 6-3 at two singles, and Scottsburg’s one doubles team of Olivia Fugate and Brinley Soloe beat Hiley Obermeyer and Carley Sanders 6-2, 6-4.

The Owls are 1-0 this season and will host Columbus East on Thursday at 4:45 p.m.


Cougars off to 5-0 start

The Trinity Lutheran softball team continued its hot start to the season on Tuesday night when the Cougars won at Indianapolis Lutheran 6-4.

Trinity scored four runs in the top of the third, Indy Lutheran scored three in the bottom of the sixth, but Trinity added two more in the top of the seventh to secure the win.

Grace Lance pitched all seven innings for the Cougars, striking out nine batters on the evening.

Bailey Tabeling and Ally Russell both had two hits while Lance, Madison Keith, Dianna Munoz and Amanda Fink all had one hit.

Lance and Russell both had two RBI while Keith had one RBI. Tabeling and Lance both had two runs while Cain and Fink both had one.

Trinity will take its 5-0 record into the Beech Grove Invite on Saturday starting at 10 a.m.

Track and field

Crothersville competes at South Decatur

The Crothersville track and field team competed at South Decatur on Tuesday night in a tri-meet between the Tigers, South Decatur and Shawe Memorial.

The girls team finished second with 42 points. South Decatur won with 79 points and Shawe was third with 26.

Kaylyn Holman won the 1600 in 5:59, won the 800 at 2:40.38 and won the 3200 at 14:03. Ella Plasse was third in the mile at 6:32 and second in the two mile at 14:18.

Kennadi Lakins was fourth in long jump with a 13’8”, she was third in high jump at 4’8” and third in the 300 hurdles at 1:02.84.. Kaylee Caudill was fourth in shot put (22’1.75”) and she was fourth in discus (63’9”). Kiarra Lakins was fourth in the 100 hurdles (20.56) and fourth in the 300 hurdles (1:10.5).

Carlee Walker was fourth in the 100 (14.47) and fifth in the 200 (33.31). Pearl Shirley won the 400 (1:15.22) and she was third in the 200 (31.69).

On the boys side, Crothersville was third with 14 points while South Decatur had 101 and Shawe had 24.

Dirk Crater was fourth in long jump (15’1”), third in the 1600 (5:30.46) and second in the 3200 (11:49.83). Corey Reynolds was third in shot put (27’5.5”) and third in discus (72’7”). Travis DeHart was third in the 100 (12.18) and third in the 200 (26.49).

The Tigers will be at Borden this Saturday for a meet at 11 a.m.

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