Track and field
Seymour sweeps Madison
The Seymour boys and girls track and field teams both picked up wins over Madison on Tuesday night. The girls won 92-41, and the boys won 93-44.
For the girls, the 4×800 relay team of Brooke Trinkle, Samantha Jacobi, Vivienne Siefker and Hayley Harpe started the meet out with a win in 10:41.
Trinkle won the 1600 in 5:28, Harpe won the 400 in 1:04.1, Jacobi won the 800 in 2:34 and Siefker won the 3200 in 11:55. Trinkle, Jacobi, Harpe and Addison Lemon won the 4×400 relay in 5:06.
Kate Connell won high jump at 4 feet, 8 inches, and she also won the 110 hurdles in 18.83 and placed third in pole vault at 6-6. Hannah Dart won discus with a throw of 88-7, and Kiley Sons was second with 85-10. Dart and Sons also went 1-2 in shot put with throws of 32-8.5 and 28-3, respectively.
Anna Marks won the 100-meter dash in 14.18, and Jaidyn Nichols won the 300 hurdles in 57.46.
Ashlyn Henderson was second in high jump (4-6) and second in the 400 (1:10). Gabby Guzman-Dominguez was third in the 400 at 1:11. Marks and Lemon went 2-3 in the 200 with times of 29.15 and 29.6, respectively, and Kinsley Folsom was second in the 3200 at 12:34.
For the boys, Nicky Wheeler was first place in the 110 hurdles in 18.0, first in the 300 hurdles at 46.12 and first in the 200 at 24.6.
Jaylan Johnson won the 100 at 11.48, Jude Bane won the 1600 at 4:42, Bryson Darlage won long jump at 20-6.5, Johnson won high jump at 5-6, Owen Kruse won discus at 125-9 and Bane won the 3200 at 10:03.
Jesse Mellencamp was second in 110 hurdles (18.84) and second in the 300 hurdles (47.92). Josh Rennekamp was second in the 100 (11.83) and third in discus (109-1). Donovyn Thomas was second in long jump (18-4.5) and Ben Marks was third in long jump (17-1.5). Darlage was second in high jump (5-6), and Thomas was third (5-4).
Kylan Ellerbe and Kyle Heilman went 2-3 in the 400 with times of 55.14 and 56.04, respectively. Ty Tormoehlen was third in the 1600 (5:01) and second in the 3200 (11:20). Michael Proffer was second in the 800 (2:10), Logan Butler was second in the 200 (24.66), Kruse was second in shot put (39-3) and Jadrix Zumhingst was second in pole vault (9-6).
Next up for the boys, the freshmen and sophomores will compete at Bedford North Lawrence tonight at 5:30 p.m., and then the Owls will host the Seymour Invitational next Tuesday at 6 p.m. As for the girls, the Owls will next compete at the Shelbyville Invitational next Thursday.
Crothersville girls win, boys take fourth
The Crothersville track and field team competed at Henryville against the host school, South Central and Clarksville. The Tigers won the meet on the girls side and placed fourth on the boys side.
For the girls, Kennadi Lakins won long jump with a leap of 14-6.25, and Ella Plasse was third with 10-7.25. Lakins was second in high jump at 4-10, and she was second in 300 hurdles in 1:00.25. Kaylee Caudill was third in both shot put (22-6.75) and discus (58-7.75).
Kaylyn Holman won the 1600 (6:01), 800 (2:34.02) and 3200 (13:50). Plasse was third in the mile (6:21) and second in the two mile (14:23).
Pearl Shirley was fourth in the 400 (1:15.66) and second in the 200 (30.46), and Kiarra Lakins was second in the 110 hurdles (20.69).
On the boys side, Corey Reynolds was fifth in discus (68-6.5), Travis DeHart was fourth in the 100 (11.50) and Dirk Crater was fifth in the mile (5:18.3).
The Tigers will be back in action tonight when they host New Washington at 5 p.m.
Trinity defeats Waldron
The Trinity Lutheran boys golf team defeated Waldron on Tuesday at Shadowood Golf Course with a team score of 189. Waldron shot 245.
Jacob Sabotin was the medalist for the Cougars with a round of 43. Kade Hill was next with a 46, Preston Kovener shot a 47, Caleb Williams shot a 53 and Wylie Jones shot a 58. Waldron’s highest score was a 57.
Braxton McCory from Medora also was out on the course competing, and he finished with a round of 49.
The Cougars will next be competing at Christian Academy on Monday at 5 p.m.