Seymour wins Franklin Invite
The Seymour volleyball team won the Franklin Invite on Saturday.
The Owls beat Bishop Chatard 25-17, 25-15; Greenwood 25-22, 25-19; Franklin 25-17, 25-23; and Scecina 25-9, 23-25, 17-15.
Across the four matches, the Owls hit 246-272 with 108 kills and served 194-208 with 31 aces.
Olivia Fish hit 86-100 with 38 kills, Cali Cummings hit 43-47 with 17 kills and Breanna Lawrence hit 44-49 with 17 kills. Fish served 38-40 with 10 aces, Addi Lemon served 38-39 with 10 aces and Raeann Baker served 38-42 with four aces. Lemon had 80 assists, while Fish had 39 digs.
The Owls are now 21-4 this season and will play Tuesday at Silver Creek.
Braves play four at New Albany
The Brownstown Central volleyball team competed in the Ultra Ankle Challenge at New Albany on Saturday.
The Braves beat Jeffersonville 25-19, 25-20; lost to Floyd Central 25-17, 25-9; lost to Castle 25-16, 25-15; and lost to Silver Creek 25-14, 25-22.
Sophie Wischmeier had 21 kills across the four matches. In Brownstown’s win over Jeff, Kinzee Dean had six kills and Kalee Borden had five, and Jaydynn Yeadon served 8-9 with two aces.
The Braves had 66 team kills across their four matches and served up 12 aces.
Brownstown will be home on Tuesday against Austin.
Tigers, Hornets play at Henryville
Crothersville and Medora volleyball both played in the Henryville Tournament on Saturday.
The Tigers lost to Lanesville 25-2, 25-8 and lost to Southwestern Hanover 26-24, 25-15. The Hornets lost to Christian Academy 25-6, 25-6.
Then Crothersville and Medora played one another, and the Tigers came out on top 25-12, 25-20.
For the day, Crothersville hit 184-207 with 13 kills and served 84-97 with 16 aces.
Pearl Shirley hit 46-55 with 13 kills, Hayden Pilgrim went 44-46 with two kills and Zoey Prince went 27-30 with one kill. Shirley served 19-23 with five aces, Prince served 18-19 with five aces and Elayna Ord served 15-19 with two aces.
Makenna Newberry had 12 assists, and Carlee Walker had 39 digs.
The Tigers will be at Jac-Cen-Del today, while Medora will be home to Clarksville.
Owls beat South Dearborn
The Seymour girls soccer team defeated South Dearborn at home on Saturday morning 4-3.
Rachel Lenart had a hat trick for the Owls, while Rochiely Zarate-Gibson scored the other goal.
Nicole Rebber, Brooke Trinkle and Irene Martinez each had one assist on the day, and goalie Jessica Hougland had 13 saves.
The Owls are now 7-4 (3-1 HHC) this season and will play at Jennings County on Tuesday.
Cougars win two in Warrior Cup
The Trinity Lutheran soccer team racked up two wins over the weekend in the Warrior Cup at Scottsburg.
The Cougars beat Charlestown 1-0 off of a goal from Andrew Lemming.
Then Trinity had a 4-2 win over Purdue Poly. Lemming, Levi Pottschmidt, Adam Everroad and Andrew Bell all had one goal in the game, and John Harris had two assists.
The Cougars will be at Southwestern Shelby tonight at 5:30 p.m.
Owls, Braves run at Ray Gerkin Invite
The Seymour and Brownstown Central cross-country teams competed in the Ray Gerkin Invitational on Saturday morning at Jennings County.
The Seymour boys placed third and Brownstown boys placed fourth as Roncalli won and Jennings County was second.
Jude Bane was the individual champion in the boys race with a time of 16:20.79. Wes Proffer was 13th in 18:07.03, Carter Murphy was 14th (18:16.34), Micah Jablonski 18th (18:24.80), Sam Rockey 21st (18:27.06), Kylan Ellerbe 26th (18:38.58) and Ty Tormoehlen 40th (19:15.54).
For Brownstown, Shane Ratliff was sixth in 17:25.58, Chance Ratliff was ninth in 17:38.43, Traven Wellman was 17th (18:22.63), Bradley Edwards was 29th (18:46.39), Dylan Wischmeier ran a 21:10.20, Evan Sibrel 21:25.10 and Damien Owens 21:31.13.
Roncalli also won the girls race as the Owls were second and the Braves were fifth.
Vivienne Siefker was the individual champion for the girls race with a time of 19:30.04. Kinsley Folsom was fifth in 21:03.42, Gracie Adams was 12th in 21:48.34, AnnMarie Shuler was 15th (22:04.37), Lyndsey Greenawalt 16th (22:11.60), Kelly Beavers 23rd (22:25.26) and Grace Lewis 24th (22:37.75).
Trinity Cody was 13th to lead the Braves in 22:00.23. Cambell Shasteen was next in 23:21.26, Kelsey Schneider ran a 24:08.29, Maddy Schepman 24:11.69, Tori Lokey 25:26.29, Madison Stuckwisch 26:34.57 and Claire Schepman 26:42.37.
This Saturday, the Braves will be in the BNL Invitational on Saturday, while the Owls will be in the Golden Bear Invitational at Shelbyville.
Crater places 20th
Crothersville sophomore Dirk Crater placed 20th in the freshman/sophomore boys race at Crawford County on Saturday.
Crater was the 14th-best sophomore, which earned him a medal. His time of 19:23.90 was good enough for 39th overall across all grades, as well.
The Tigers will be running in the Paoli Invitational on Thursday at 5:30 p.m.