Sports Roundup for Aug. 30th


Trinity Lutheran girls soccer

Trinity Lutheran is currently sitting at 1-2 on the season.

The team had games against Providence and Silver Creek both canceled due to weather.

They started the season with two losses against Milan and Rising Sun. In both games, Trinity’s scorer was Kaydence Miller unassisted on free kicks.

On Monday, the team traveled to Austin. Due to illnesses, they started the game with only 10 players and played the first half 10-on-11. Shortly before halftime, they lost another player to injury and played the rest of the game with only nine on the field.

An unassisted goal by Zoe Croquart gave the Cougars a one-goal lead that they held onto for the 1-0 win.

Trinity played Oldenburg Academy at home on Tuesday night and lost 16-0.

Trinity (1-3) will host Jennings County on Saturday morning.

Seymour and Trinity Lutheran girls golf

The Seymour girls golf team hosted Bedford North Lawrence and Trinity Lutheran on Tuesday at Shadowood Golf Course.

BNL took the meeting, winning 160-203 over Seymour. Shana Spray shot the low for the Owls with 45. Katie Cottrill and Caroline Dennis both shot 52. It was a personal best for Dennis. Emily Windley scored 54, while Emmy Followell rounded out the scoring with 62.

Allison Schocke competed for Trinity Lutheran and scored 54 in her nine holes of work.

The Owls will compete next on Sept. 7, hosting Madison and Jennings County at Shadowood.

Brownstown Central girls golf

The Brownstown Central girls golf team went to Western Hills Golf Course on Tuesday to compete against Salem, Eastern and Paoli.

Brownstown emerged victorious with a team score of 181. Salem finished second with 242.

Gracie Reynolds earned medalist honors for her sharp performance, shooting 41. Khloe Lingenfelter followed with 44, while Abby Schroer shot 46 for the Braves. Megan VonDielingen carded 50 with Jayda Clodfelder shooting 55 to round out the scores.

Trinity Lutheran boys tennis

The Cougars boys tennis team traveled to Madison on Monday. The boys dropped their meeting with the Cubs 3-2.

Trinity went two for three in the singles matches with Solomon Hall and Jack Stuckwisch winning their contests. The doubles contests went in favor of Madison with the Cubs winning both matches to take the match 3-2.

Trinity Lutheran fell to 1-2 on the season.

Medora volleyball

Southwestern (Shelby) defeated Medora 25-15, 24-26, 25-17, 25-22 on the Hornets’ floor on Monday night.

The loss left the Hornets 2-4 going into Tuesday’s home match against New Washington.

The Hornets will travel to Crothersville on Thursday for a 6 p.m. match.

Seymour girls soccer

The Seymour girls soccer team traveled to Jeffersonville on Tuesday, losing their matchup with the Red Devils 1-0.

Elizabeth Trueblood racked up five saves for the Owls in the losing effort.

The Owls JV team defeated Jeffersonville 4-0.

The team will compete at Terre Haute North Vigo on Saturday at 9 a.m.

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