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Seymour wins Shelbyville Invitational

The Seymour girls tennis team defended their crown on Saturday as the Owls once again won the Shelbyville Invitational.

The Owls varsity and junior varsity teams didn’t drop a single match on the day as varsity went a perfect 15-0.

Brooke Schafstall won the No. 1 singles bracket, Elise Hartung won at No. 2 singles and Claire Combs won at No. 3 singles.

Caroline Thompson and Jessica Hougland won at No. 1 doubles, and Ava Sunbury and Addison Hunsley won at No. 2 doubles.

The Owls will be at Oldenburg Academy later tonight.

Cougars fall to Panthers

The Trinity Lutheran girls tennis team hosted Jennings County on Saturday morning, but the Panthers were able to top the Cougars 4-1.

Trinity’s point came at No. 1 doubles when Kiley Zabel and Drew Hubbard beat Makenzey Carr and Trina Collins 6-0, 6-1.

At No. 1 singles, JC’s Tatum Brown beat Siddha Hall 6-0, 6-0; at No. 2 singles, Kaydence Lowman beat Layla Jones 6-0, 6-0; at No. 3 singles, Mia Silvey beat Samantha Enzinger 6-1, 6-0; and at No. 2 doubles, Jocelyn Valdonis and Gabi Morin beat Natalee Martinez and Emily Keller 6-3, 4-6, 7-6 (7-5).

Trinity is now 3-3 this season and will host Brownstown Central on Tuesday.


Brownstown wins two

The Brownstown Central baseball team picked up two wins on Saturday at Hauser.

The Braves started the day by beating Lawrenceburg 4-1, and then later beat Hauser 9-2.

Against Lawrenceburg, Brownstown had seven hits. Carson Darlage, Dalton Reedy and Lane Pendleton each had two hits, while Trent Lowery had one hit. Darlage had two RBI, and Lowery had one RBI.

Ethan Garland pitched 5.1 innings and had four strikeouts, and Ethan Fultz pitched the final 1.2 innings with one strikeout.

Against the Jets, the Braves had 11 hits. Darlage, Lowery, Grayson Cassidy and Jaxson Johnson each had two hits, and Garland, Chick Tiemeyer and Pendleton all had one hit. Garland and Lowery each had two RBI, and Darlage, Cassidy, Johnson and Tiemeyer each had one RBI.

Darlage pitched three innings with five strikeouts, and Cassidy and Fultz each pitched two innings and each had one strikeout.

Brownstown is now 6-3 this season and will be at Salem tonight.


Owls, Cougars play at Jennings County Invitational

The Seymour and Trinity Lutheran boys golf teams competed in the Jennings County Invitational on Saturday morning.

Madison won the invite as a team with a score of 302.

Seymour shot a 359, led by Ty Stuckwisch with an 87, Noah Surface 89, Manny Fontanez 91 and Luke Baker and Trevor Alberring both shot a 92.

Trinity shot a 457, led by Solomon Hall with 105, Wylie Jones 106, Gabe Lorenz 119 and Alex Overgaard 127.

The Cougars are hosting Henryville later today at Shadowood Golf Course, while the Owls will be off until Friday when they play at Brownstown Central.

Track and field

Cougars, Tigers race in invitational

The boys and girls track and field teams from Crothersville and Trinity Lutheran competed in the Sam Sumner Invitational on Saturday at Borden.

Trinity’s girls team scored 47 points to place fourth, and Crothersville scored 11 points to place ninth. The Trinity boys scored 24 points to place seventh, and Crothersville scored 20 points to place eighth.

For the Trinity girls, Emalee Goss tied for first in high jump at 5-0, and she was sixth in the 100 (14.28). Kaydence Miller and Ava Blomenberg went 5-6 in the 400, respectively. Cheyenne Campbell was third in the 800 (2:54.94), and Bailey Bonde was fourth in shot put (28-2.75) and fifth in discus (76-8).

The Cougars’ 4×100 relay of Blomenburg, Goss, Laina Klinge and Miller placed second in 57.76.

For the Crothersville girls, Zoe Bowman was sixth in the 100 hurdles (20.14) and third in the 300 hurdles (1:00.73), and Morgan Womack was seventh in shot put (25-2).

For the Trinity boys, Jake Holland was second in 110 hurdles (16.64) and won the 300 hurdles (44.54).

For the Crothersville boys, Dirk Crater was fourth in the 1600 (4:58.14) and second in the 3200 (10:48.66), Will Ragan was sixth in the 400 (59.96) and seventh in the 200 (25.89) and Corey Reynolds was eighth in both shot put and discus.

Trinity will next race at South Decatur on Tuesday, while Crothersville will be at West Washington tonight.

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