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Girls soccer

Providence tops Trinity in title game

The Trinity Lutheran girls soccer team hosted Providence on Saturday for the sectional championship match, but it was the Pioneers who were able to win the trophy, beating the Cougars 9-0.

Providence scored six goals in the first half and added three more in the second half to get the victory.

The Cougars finished the season with an 11-8 overall record with two postseason wins over Southwestern (Hanover) and Austin by a combined score of 15-0.

Trinity’s seniors were Samantha Enzinger, Siddha Hall, Emma Myers, Kennedy Royalty, Kathryn Whitmore. After this season, Myers now holds the school record for goals in a season (41) and career goals (72).

Providence (15-2) advances to regional to take on Switzerland County.


Crater qualifies for regional

Crothersville sophomore Dirk Crater had a 19th-place finish at the Hardy Lake Sectional on Saturday to qualify for regional.

Crater ran a 18:04.08. Austin’s Brandon Rice won the meet with a 16:06.3.

Crater was one of the top individuals on a non-qualifying team to advance to regional.

The regional meet will be this Saturday at Blue River Memorial Park in Shelbyville.


Cougars split day at East

The Trinity Lutheran volleyball team competed in the Columbus East Invite on Saturday, and the Cougars went 2-2 in their four matches played.

Trinity beat Evansville North 28-26, 25-20 and Avon 22-25, 26-24, 15-10. They lost to East 25-16, 25-19 and to Bloomington North 25-14, 25-19.

Across the four matches, Bailey Tabeling led the team in hitting with 51 kills, and Carson Bowling had 33. Addison Darlage served five aces, while Tabeling had two.

Bowling had seven blocks, Laura Roeder had 27 digs, Darlage had 23 digs and Tabeling had 18 digs. Darlage also had 90 assists.

Trinity wraps up the regular season with a 20-10 record, and the Cougars will host sectional this week, taking on New Washington on Thursday at 5 p.m.

Braves go 2-1 at Carmel

The Brownstown Central volleyball team is taking good momentum into the postseason after a solid showing in the Carmel Invite this past Saturday.

The Braves defeated Tri-West 25-21, 25-21 and beat Mt. Vernon 25-9, 20-25, 15-13. Their only loss was to Carmel 25-19, 25-19.

Against Tri-West, Kalee Borden led the team with nine kills, Sophie Wischmeier had six and Kera Wischmeier had five. Against Mt. Vernon, Kinzee Dean had two aces, and Jaydynn Yeadon had one. Sophie Wischmeier had eight kills, while Borden and Brailey Teipen both had six.

And against Carmel, Sophie Wischmeier had seven kills, Borden had six and Teipen had three. Borden had two aces, and Finley Wheeler had one.

The Braves also will host a sectional this week at BCHS. Brownstown’s first match will be Thursday against Mitchell at 5 p.m.

Owls’ JV plays at Providence

The Seymour junior varsity volleyball team played in the Providence Tournament on Saturday and went 2-2.

The Owls beat Cathedral 25-22, 25-20 and beat Floyd Central 23-25, 25-23, 17-15. They lost to Silver Creek 22-25, 25-12, 12-15 and to Providence 25-23, 12-25, 13-15.

Across the four matches, Maddie Schrader led the team with 31 kills, Norah Campbell had 21 and Emerson Johnson had 20. Johnson and Abby Otte each had 10 aces, and Campbell had two. Otte had 80 assists, and Jamie Bobb had 41 digs.

The JV team finished the regular season with a record of 22-11.

The varsity will be at Jeffersonville this week for sectional, taking on Bedford North Lawrence on Thursday.

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