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Girls soccer

Owls advance in postseason

The Seymour girls soccer team scored a 3-0 victory over New Albany at Jeffersonville High School on Tuesday to advance in sectionals.

Scoring goals for the Owls were Rochiely Zarate-Gibson, Gabby Guzman and Rachel Lenart. Nicole Rebber had two assists while Elise Hartung had one.

Goalie Jessica Hougland had three saves and recorded her 10th shutout this season.

With the win, the Owls (10-4-2) will now play Floyd Central on Thursday at 5 p.m. in the semifinals. Bedford and Jennings County will follow, and the winners of both matches will meet for the sectional title on Saturday.


Owls top Stars

The Seymour volleyball team defeated Bedford North Lawrence 25-16, 25-15, 25-11 on Tuesday night on the road.

Olivia Fish led the team with 13 kills, Journee Brown had five and Breanna Lawrence had four. Greer Henry had seven aces, Lawrence had two and Fish had one. Addi Lemon had 25 assists while Henry had 10 digs.

The Owls’ JV team also beat BNL with a score of 25-17, 25-7. Delaney Thomasma had five kills, Emerson Johnson had four and Maddie Schrader had three. Schrader had eight aces, Abby Otte had six and Thomasma had two. Otte had 15 assists while Jamie Bobb had four digs.

The Owls varsity is now 25-4 overall this season and will play at Bloomington South on Thursday.

Trinity beats Shawe

The Trinity Lutheran volleyball team defeated Shawe Memorial 25-14, 25-22, 25-21 at home on Tuesday night.

Bailey Tableing led the Cougars with 19 kills, Carson Bowling had 16 and Drew Hubbard had five. Laura Roeder had four aces, Tabeling had three and Kiley Zabel had one. Roeder had seven digs, Madison Keith had six and Tabeling had four.

Addison Darlage had 44 assists in the match. She was also recognized before the match for reaching the 2,000 career assist mark. Darlage is only a sophomore.

The Cougars are 18-8 this season and will play in a tournament at Columbus East on Saturday.

Braves sweep Cougars

The Brownstown volleyball team swept North Harrison 3-0 on Tuesday night at home.

The Braves’ JV also beat the Cougars 25-16, 25-22. Olivia Fritz, Paisleigh Peters and Whitney Branaman each had three aces. Genna Preston and Claire Brelage each had six kills while Haley Derringer had four kills.

The Braves will be at Salem on Thursday night.