Local sports roundup



Cougars compete at Providence

The Trinity Lutheran volleyball team played four matches at the Pioneer Kickoff Classic on Saturday at Providence.

The Cougars split on the day, going 2-2. Trinity lost to Providence 17-25, 20-25 and Springs Valley 21-25, 22-25. The Cougars picked up wins over Evansville Mater Dei 25-17, 19-25, 15-12 and Silver Creek 25-21, 18-25, 15-9.

Bailey Tabeling led Trinity with 44 kills throughout the four matches. Carson Bowling had 33 kills, and Ava Blomenburg had six kills.

Laura Roeder led the team with six aces, Tabeling had four and Addison Darlage had two. Roeder also led the Cougars in digs with 45. Tabeling had 29 and Darlage had 27, and Darlage had 82 assists, as well.

Trinity will play its home opener tonight against Henryville with JV starting at 6 p.m. and varsity to follow.

Tigers play at Scottsburg

The Crothersville volleyball team played four matches in the Scottsburg Invite on Saturday to open the season.

The Tigers competed but fell short to Scottsburg 15-25, 22-25; Borden 12-25, 25-22, 6-15; Mitchell 9-25, 7-25; and Switzerland County 25-27, 25-27.

Elayna Ord led the team with nine aces, and Hayden Pilgrim had three. Makenna Newberry had 75 assists, while Grace Smith had 35 assists.

Pearl Shirley led the team with six kills, Pilgrim had three and Zoey Prince had three. Carlee Walker led the Tigers in digs with 25.

The Tigers will be back in action on Thursday at Madison Christian.

Girls soccer

Seymour falls to Batesville

The Seymour girls soccer team lost 5-2 at Batesville on Saturday.

The Bulldogs held a 2-0 lead at the half.

Maddy Busby and Rachel Lenart scored for the Owls with Kate Connell assisting on Busby’s goal. Seymour had six shots, and Owl keeper Jessica Hougland had nine saves.

Batesville won the JV match 3-2 with Katy Roark and Mattie Findley scoring for the Owls.

Seymour will travel to Salem tonight for a varsity-only match at 6 p.m.


Seymour plays at Franklin

The Seymour girls golf team played at the Franklin Invitational on Saturday, where a lot of the top teams from around the state were in action.

The Owls shot a team score of 434, led by Lainey Jackson, who shot an 87. Liza Stuckwisch shot a 102, Katie Cottrill 109, Emily Windley 126 and Lily Combs-Smith 131.

The Owls will be in action later today at Columbus East at 4:15 p.m.

Braves place 4th at Madison

The Brownstown Central girls golf team competed in the Madison Invite on Saturday, and the Braves placed fourth place with a team score of 433.

Emma Hughbanks led Brownstown with a 47-51-98. Gracie Reynolds shot a 52-50-102, Abby Schroer shot a 59-57-116, Megan VonDielingen 59-58-117 and Jayda Clodfelder 58-65-123.

Jennings County won the invite with a team score of 385, followed by Madison and Shawe Memorial. Eight teams total competed in the invite.

Brownstown will play at Eastern (Pekin) today at 5 p.m.


Tigers run in Warpath Invitational

The Crothersville boys cross-country team competed in the Warpath Invitational at Scottsburg on Saturday.

Dirk Crater placed in the top 20, running an 18:55, which was good enough for 13th place. Eric Walker placed 50th overall with a time of 36:42.

Austin won the meet, followed by Corydon Central, Forest Park, Borden, Scottsburg and New Washington.

Crothersville will be in the Southwestern (Shelby) Invite this Saturday.

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