BLOOMINGTON — There are no do-overs in sports. But there are start-overs. And that is what the Indiana University men’s basketball team is doing right now.
In what was the largest volleyball crowd since before the COVID-19 pandemic, Seymour and Brownstown delieverd an all-out effort in The Pit on Tuesday night that had the fans in attendance energized from start to finish.
Jennings County scored one goal in each half to defeat the Trinity Lutheran girls 2-0 on the Cougars’ field Tuesday night in Trinity’s final match of the regular season.
After a 48-13 win over county rival Seymour on Friday, Brownstown Central football head coach Reed May has been named the Colts/NFL Coach of the Week, presented by CenterPoint Energy, the Indianapolis Colts announced Monday.
The postseason is right around the corner for boys tennis and boys and girls soccer this fall.
It was only natural for the seniors on the Seymour girls soccer team to team up to score two goals to give the owls a 2-1 Senior Night win Monday night.
The Seymour boys tennis team wrapped up the Hoosier Hills Conference Tournament with a 3-2 win over Bedford North Lawrence at home on Monday.
The outcome for Seymour’s boys tennis team on Thursday wasn’t what the Owls wanted hosting Jeffersonville in the Hoosier Hills Conference Tournament, but the message after the match remained simple for the squad.
Ryan Kleman, Solomon Hall and Nathan Voelker took care of business in their singles matches to lead Trinity Lutheran’s tennis team to a 3-2 win over Southwestern (Shelby) at home Thursday afternoon.