Local sports roundup



Jackson earns HHC all-conference

Seymour’s Lainey Jackson earned all-Hoosier Hills Conference first team Saturday when she shot an 80 at Otis Park in Bedford.

Floyd Central’s Paige Giovenco won with a 71, her teammate, Chloe Cook, had a 72, Jennings County’s Sophia Curry shot a 76, BNL’s Chloe McFaddin had a 79 and then it was Jackson with her 80.

Seymour’s Lainey Jackson earned all-conference first team after shooting an 80 at the Hoosier Hills Conference tournament at Otis Park in Bedford on Saturday.

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Seymour shot 395 as a team to place sixth in the HHC. Floyd Central won with a 308, BNL had 326, East 367, New Albany 368, Jennings 383, Seymour 395 and Jeffersonville 482.

Liza Stuckwisch shot a 97 for the Owls, followed by Katie Cottrill 103, Emily Windley 115 and Emmy Followell 125.

The Owls will play Madison and Jennings County today in North Vernon before going back to Otis Park for sectional this Saturday.


Seymour wins Connersville Invitational

The Seymour varsity and JV teams both won the Connersville Invitational on Saturday.

The Owls’ varsity defeated Pike 25-21, 25-14; Rising Sun 25-7, 25-6; and Connersville 25-12, 25-9. The JV team beat Pike 25-13, 25-9; Rising Sun 25-21, 25-10 and Connersville 25-12, 25-11.

The Seymour varsity and JV volleyball teams pose with their first-place trophies after both winning the Connersville Invitational on Saturday.

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For varsity stats, Olivia Fish led the team in hitting on the day, going 40-42 with 27 kills. Cali Cummings hit 28-31 with 18 kills, and Breanna Lawrence hit 18-20 with 10 kills. As a team, the Owls hit 128-138 with 76 kills.

They served 135-146 with 21 aces. Raeann Baker served 29-30 with seven aces, Addi Lemon 35-36 with four aces and Cummings 16-16 with four aces. Lemon had 60 assists, and Greer Henry had 18 digs.

For JV stats, Maddie Schrader totaled 19 kills across the three matches. Delaney Thomasma had 13 digs and Emerson Johnson had 11. Schrader had 13 aces, Abbe Otte had 10 and Thomasma had seven. Kenzie Gagner had 29 assists and Jamie Bobb had 17 digs.

The Owls’ JV team is 11-5, while the varsity is 15-4. Both teams will play Hauser tonight at home, starting at 6 p.m.

Clarksville beats Crothersville

The Crothersville volleyball team lost to Clarksville at home on Saturday 25-17, 25-13, 25-19.

Pearl Shirley led the team in hitting, going 21-26 with five kills. Hayden Pilgrim was 9-11 with two kills.

Elayna Ord served 14-16 with eight aces, and Carlee Walker served 10-12 with one ace. Makenna Newberry had six assists, Walker had 14 digs and Zoey Prince had three digs.

The Tigers are now 3-11 (0-1 SAC) and will play a varsity-only match against Rock Creek on Tuesday at 6:30 p.m.

Braves freshmen play in invite

The Brownstown Central freshman team played in the Bloomington North Invite on Saturday.

The Braves lost to Center Grove 25-10, 25-20, lost to Bloomington North 20-25, 25-19, 10-15 and then beat Columbus East 25-22, 25-4.

In the win against the Olympians, Erica Warren had four kills, Kate Skaggs had two and Hunter Trueblood had one. Mairi Shaw served six aces, Warren had three aces and Trueblood had one ace.

Brownstown’s freshman, JV and varsity teams will all be at Corydon Central on Tuesday.


Owls place second at Shelbyville

The Seymour boys tennis team placed second overall in the Shelbyville Invite on Saturday.

The Owls lost 4-1 to Westfield, then defeated Shelbyville 4-1 and Columbus East 5-0 to finish runner-up.

Seymour will play Edinburgh today at 4:45 p.m.

Cougar players earn all-conference

The Trinity Lutheran boys tennis team lost 5-0 to Southwestern (Hanover) on Saturday in the conference tournament and then defeated Milan 5-0.

Earning all-conference recognition for the Cougars were Solomon Hall at one singles, Jack Stuckwisch at two singles, Nathan Finke at three singles and the one doubles team of Nathan Voelker and Jonathan Neawedde.

Trinity will be home against Brown County today at 5 p.m.

Boys soccer

Owls roll over Oldenburg

The Seymour boys soccer team had no issue finding the back of the net Saturday at Oldenburg Academy as the Owls were victorious 6-1.

Goal scorers for Seymour were David Polbito with two, Myles Chandler two, Jovany Martinez and Jaret Dominguez. Assists came from Polbito with two, Sam Chandler, Cayden Cox and Cooper Murphy.

Will Smith had seven saves for the Owls.

Seymour is now 4-5-1 overall and 1-1-1 in the HHC and will host Floyd Central on Tuesday.

Stars top Cougars

The Trinity Lutheran boys soccer team suffered an 8-1 loss to Bedford North Lawrence on Saturday.

Andrew Lemming scored the lone goal for the Cougars.

The team will be at Salem tonight starting at 6 p.m.

Girls soccer

Owls fall to Dragons

The Seymour girls soccer team hosted Silver Creek on Saturday, and the Dragons came away with a 1-0 victory.

Seymour goalie Jessica Hougland had three saves in the contest.

The Owls are now 5-3 this season (2-0 HHC) and will play at Floyd Central on Tuesday.

Panthers beat Cougars

The Trinity Lutheran girls soccer team went on the road to Corydon Central on Saturday and lost 7-1.

Kennedy Royalty scored the lone Cougars goal unassisted. Trinity had eight shots total, and goalie Samantha Enzinger had 19 saves.

Trinity will be at home today against Scottsburg at 6 p.m.


Tigers place third at Waldron invite

The Crothersville boys cross-country team finished third in the Mohawk Invitational with a team score of 56.

Dirk Crater placed third overall with a time of 18:49.46, Beau Napier placed fifth in 19:43.59, Josh Reynolds was 23rd in 29:26.60, Corey Reynolds was 24th in 29:27.09 and Eric Walker was 26th in 40:15.81.

The Tigers will race again on Tuesday in the Pekin Invitational at 5 p.m.

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