Sports Roundup for Sept. 8

Boys tennis

Trinity Lutheran

The Trinity Lutheran Cougars boys tennis team hosted Henryville on Thursday in Seymour. Trinity swept the opposition, winning the match 5-0.

Cougars No. 1 Solomon Hall defeated Nehemiah Ramsey 6-0, 6-0. No. 2 Jack Stuckwisch got the victory over Isaac Hamby 6-0, 6-0. In the third match, Luke Schepman of Trinity won via forfeit.

In doubles action, the Cougars duo of Jonathan Neawedde and Nathan Finke defeated Gilbert Bridges and Brady White 6-0, 6-1. The second match also went to the Cougars. The match was between Drew Kerkhof and Will Gausmann and Dylan O’Bannon and Dustin O’Bannon. The Cougars took the match, winning 6-0, 6-3.

Trinity will compete in its conference tournament Saturday at Southwestern (Hanover). The meeting will start at 9 a.m.

Brownstown Central

The Braves grabbed another victory on Thursday, facing Bedford North Lawrence in boys tennis.

Bedford No. 1 Jaydon Kemp defeated Smith Hackman of Brownstown 7-5, 7-5. Braves No. 2 Pierson Wheeler dominated Orion Hedden 6-0, 6-0. No. 3 Lane Steward kept it rolling for Brownstown, defeating Isaac Brides 6-3, 6-1.

The Braves also won the doubles matches, the first one between Chase Brock and Evan Schneider.



The Owls traveled to Scottsburg on Thursday to compete in volleyball. Seymour edged the Warriors in five sets to get back in the win column. The Owls won 23-25, 25-11, 18-25, 25-15, 16-14.

Anna Fish racked up 23 assists for Seymour in the win, while Emerson Johnson recorded the most defensive digs with 15.

The Owls improved to 5-12 on the season and now head to Connersville on Saturday morning to compete in three games. Seymour will face Connersville at 9 a.m, Rising Sun at noon and Pike at 2 p.m.

The JV girls also faced off with the Warriors, defeating Scottsburg 25-20, 25-18, improving to 4-9 on the campaign. Seymour’s JV team will also compete in the tournament on Saturday at Connersville High School.

The freshman team was also successful in picking up a victory over Scottsburg, winning the match 25-21, 25-20. The Owls improved to 6-4 on the season, now preparing for Silver Creek at Seymour High School on Sept. 19 at 5:30 p.m.

Serving: Good Serves-Attempts-Aces

Zoe Williams, 21-24-6. Journee Brown, 16-16-4. Anna Fish, 22-23-3. Team: 100-107-14

Hitting: Good Attempts-Total Attempts-Kills

Journee Brown, 35-38-22. Anna Fish, 29-31-13. Emerson Johnson, 19-21-6. Team: 113-125-45

Brownstown Central

The Braves battled with Silver Creek on Thursday, losing the matchup in four sets.

Brownstown won the first set 28-26 before dropping the next three sets 22-25, 21-25, 7-25.

The Braves JV team also dropped the meeting with Silver Creek, losing 24-25, 17-25.

Brownstown will be back in action on Tuesday against Corydon Central. The game will take place at 7 p.m. at Brownstown.

Serving: Good Serves-Attempts-Aces

Sophie Wischmeier, 15-15-1. Alex Davidson, 21-22-2. Finley Wheeler, 12-12-0. Team: 82-87-3

Hitting: Good Attempts-Total Attempts-Kills

Sophie Wischmeier, 40-46-19. Addison Darlage, 35-42-15. Kinzee Dean, 18-22-11. Team: 130-151-57.


The Medora Hornets faced Orleans on Thursday at Medora High School. Medora dropped the matchup 25-13, 25-16, 25-6.

Medora hosts South Dearborn on Saturday at noon. They then host Columbus Christian on Monday at 6 p.m.

Girls golf


The Owls competed in Jennings County on Thursday in a golf triangular along with Madison.

Seymour and Madison tied for the victory with a score of 203. The Panthers scored 232 and finish in third place.

Katie Cottrill scored 42 to lead the Owls, Emily Windley scored 52 and Caroline Dennis shot 53. All three of these girls recorded their personal best.

Emmy Followell carded 56, while Shana Spray rounded out the scoring with 60.

The team will now prepare for the Hoosier Hills Conference tournament on Monday at 10 a.m.

Brownstown Central and Trinity Lutheran

The Braves girls golf team competed against Bedford North Lawrence at Otis Park Golf Course on Thursday. Trinity Lutheran’s Allie Schocke also competed in the competition.

Brownstown dropped the meeting 192-153. Gracie Reynolds carded 44 in her round, while Jayda Clodfelder scored 48 and Abby Schroer with 49 for the Braves. Megan VonDielingen and Khloe Lingenfelter rounded out the scores with 51 for the Braves.

Schocke finished her nine holes of work with a score of 59 for Trinity Lutheran.