Local sports roundup



Owls one dubs advances

Jack VonDielingen and Joe Schmidt defeated Bloomington North’s one doubles team 7-5, 6-2 on Thursday night to stay alive in the postseason.

The duo is in the IHSAA individual doubles portion of the state tournament.

They won three-straight days this week at Bloomington South to keep their season alive. They will next play on Oct. 15 at Bedford North Lawrence.


Owls sweep Panthers

The Seymour volleyball team won at Bloomington South Thursday night 25-13, 25-15, 25-19. The team hit 75-81 with 28 kills and served 69-74 with nine aces.

Olivia Fish hit 31-32 with 14 kills, and Breanna Lawrence and Addi Lemon both had four kills. Lawrence served five aces, Greer Henry had two and Raeann Baker had one. Lemon had 20 assists while Henry had 11 digs.

The JV team also won Thursday, beating the Panthers 25-23, 25-24. Maddie Schrader had seven kills, Delaney Thomasma had five and Emerson Johnson had four. Abby Otte had 19 assists and two aces, and Schrader had nine digs.

The C-team lost 25-18, 25-18. Bailey Barr had two kills, Macie Hankins had three aces, Kennady Hardman had six assists and Kamryn Aynes had 20 digs.

The Owls varsity is now 26-4 this season to end the regular season. They will play Bedford North Lawrence in the Jeffersonville Sectional next Thursday.

Braves beat Lions

The Brownstown Central volleyball team went on the road and swept Salem 25-13, 25-10, 25-10 on Thursday night.

The Braves hit 81-85 with 35 kills and served 69-73 with eight aces.

Kinzee Dean hit 17-18 with nine kills, Sophie Wischmeier hit 20-20 with seven kills and Addison Darlage 12-12 with seven kills.

Finley Wheeler served 17-17 with one ace, Kaitlyn Williams 14-15 with two aces and Dean also 14-15 with two aces.

The Braves’ JV won 25-15, 25-9. Whitney Branaman had four aces while Noe McPherson and Olivia Fritz each had three. Haley Derringer and Genna Preston both had eight kills, and Claire Brelage had five.

The C-team also won at Salem 25-11, 25-16. Olivia Justice had eight aces, Hunter Trueblood had three and Kate Skaggs had one. Mairi Shaw had five kills while Trueblood and Justice each had four.

The Braves will compete in the Carmel Tournament this Saturday before hosting sectionals next week.

Tigers drop home match

The Crothersville volleyball team suffered a 25-8, 25-10, 25-20 loss to Lanesville at home on Thursday night.

The Tigers served 24-34 with four aces and hit 88-101 with 10 kills. Elayna Ord served 8-12 with three aces and Pearl Shirley served 6-6 with one ace.

Shirley hit 29-31 with six kills and Zoey Prince hit 17-22 with two digs. Grace Smith and Makenna Newberry both had five assists, Carlee Walker had 26 digs and Prince had eight digs.

The Tigers are now 8-22 this season and 1-4 in the SAC. This concluded their regular season, and they will play in the Trinity Lutheran Sectional next Thursday against Rising Sun.

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