Local sports roundup



Owls sweep Cubs

The Seymour volleyball rebounded nicely after its first loss of the season on Thursday by going to Madison on Saturday morning and getting a 25-17, 25-11, 25-14 victory.

Olivia Fish led the way in hitting, going 24-29 with 14 kills. Journee Brown went 12-14 with nine kills, and Cali Cummings went 16-16 with seven kills. As a team, the Owls went 76-88 with 35 kills.

In the serving department, Fish went 14-14 with three aces, Addi Lemon went 18-19 with two aces and Raeann Baker went 8-9 with one ace. Seymour served 69-74 with eight aces.

Lemon had 28 assists, and Greer Henry had 12 digs.

Seymour’s JV team also won at Madison 25-7, 25-11.

The Owls’ C team was in the Bloomington South Invitational on Saturday, where they beat Bloomington South 25-21, 18-25, 15-10; lost to Bloomington North 22-25, 22-25; and lost to Brownstown Central 25-15, 24-25, 14-16.

The Owls, now 3-1 this season, will play at home against Columbus East on Tuesday.

Braves top Jennings County

The Brownstown Central volleyball team improved to 3-0 on the season after going to Jennings County on Saturday morning and coming home with a 25-18, 25-23, 25-17 victory.

Kalee Borden led the Braves in hitting, going 36-40 with 15 kills. Sophie Wischmeier went 30-39 with nine kills, and Kinzee Dean went 20-21 with nine kills. As a team, Brownstown went 139-153 with 44 kills.

Dean served 16-17 with two aces, Jaydynn Yeadon went 19-19 with one ace and Finley Wheeler went 15-15 with one ace. The Braves served 89-94 with six aces.

The Braves’ JV team also defeated the Panthers, winning 14-25, 25-17, 15-7, improving their record to 3-0, as well.

The freshman team was at the Bloomington South Invitational. Brownstown beat Bloomington North 19-25, 25-18, 17-15; lost to Bloomington South 16-25, 24-25; and beat Seymour 15-25, 25-24, 16-14.

The Braves will be at Providence on Tuesday.

Tigers swept by Borden

The Crothersville volleyball team had its home opener on Friday night against Borden, and it was the away team that walked away with a 25-22, 25-11, 25-22 win.

Pearl Shirley led the Tigers in hitting, going 17-18 with six kills, Elayna Ord went 13-15 with two kills, Zoey Prince went 11-13 with two kills and Hayden Pilgrim went 8-8 with one kill.

In serving, Pilgrim went 8-12 with two aces, Makenna Newberry went 8-11 with two aces and Ord went 6-10 with two aces.

Carlee Walker led the team with 12 digs as Shirley had nine, and Newberry had eight assists while Grace Smith had one.

Crothersville’s JV team also lost to Borden 25-8, 25-5.

The Tigers will be back in action later tonight at home against West Washington.

Boys soccer

Cougars draw with Shiners

The Trinity Lutheran boys soccer team hosted Rising Sun on Saturday night, and it was a high-scoring draw between the two teams.

The final score was 4-4 as Trinity had 22 shots on goal. Levi Pottschmidt and Andrew Lemming each had one goal, and John Harris had a brace with two goals.

Keeper Peyton Pollert had six saves.

Trinity (0-1-1) will next play later tonight at Indianapolis Lutheran.


Tigers run at Southwestern

The Crothersville boys cross-country team competed in the Jeremy Wright Small School Invite on Saturday morning.

Dirk Crater was the team’s top finisher, running a 20:14.53. Josh Reynolds ran a 26:25.77, Corey Reynolds finished in 33:05.38 and Eric Walker crossed the finish line at 33:13.07.

Austin won the meet with a team score of 69.

Crothersville will be racing again this Saturday in the Salem Invitational.


Seymour sweeps Scottsburg

The Seymour tennis team went on the road Friday and swept Scottsburg 5-0.

Eli Meyer won 6-1, 6-2 at one singles, Hunter Heckman won 6-1, 6-0 at two singles and Parker Thompson won 6-1, 6-0 at three singles.

At one doubles, Jack VonDielingen and Joe Schmidt won 7-5, 6-2, and at two doubles, Reuben Kruse and Trevor Alberring won 6-0, 6-0.

The Owls are now 3-1 this season and will play at Shelbyville on Tuesday.


Braves shoot season low

The Brownstown Central girls golf team broke 200 for the first time this season with a season-low 196 on Friday at Scottsburg.

The Braves defeated Scottsburg, which shot a 226.

Gracie Reynolds led the way for Brownstown with a round of 43. Megan VonDielingen shot a 48, Abby Schroer 50, Emma Hughbanks 55 and Jayda Clodfelder 59.

The Braves will be back in action later today at home against Paoli.

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