Local sports roundup – August 19


Seymour dominates Brown County in opener


Up 2-0 at intermission, the Seymour boys soccer team looked to build a comfortable lead in the second half.

Unwavering, the Owls came away with a 5-0 victory against Brown County on Tuesday in their season-opener.

Besides the own goal by Brown County, Renato Castillo netted two scores while Kyle Jones and Brayan Morales scored one each.

Cole Luedeman assisted Castillo on both goals from throw-ins, and Morales dished a final assist to Jones.

Austin Hatfield led the Owls with five assists.

On Saturday, the Owls (1-0) will travel to Providence in Clarksville.


Cougars start season by eclipsing Rising Sun


In its first game of the season, the Trinity Lutheran volleyball team came out firing.

The Cougars bested Rising Sun 25-10, 25-7, 25-20 on Tuesday.

Anne Franke led the Cougars with 13 hits on 16 attempts behind nine kills.

Libero Taylor Reynolds had a strong night, making all 24 of her serves with an ace.

The Cougars (1-0) will travel to Southwestern on Thursday.

Crothersville drops match at Borden


The Crothersville volleyball team fell to Borden 25-20, 25-17, 25-23 on Tuesday.

Freshman Maddie Riley led the Tigers’ hitting unit making 16 of 18 serves with four kills out of the team’s 33 made serves on 41 attempts.

Serving, Tigers junior Brittany Clem was perfect, making all 15 of her attempts.

The Tigers (0-1) will return to action Monday when they travel to West Washington.


Owls 3rd in tri-meet against , Jennings


The Seymour girls golf team finished third in a three-way match with Bedford North Lawrence and Jennings County on Tuesday at Shadowood Golf Course.

BNL took the top finish with a 173 and Jennings County got second at 216.

Hannah Thompson led the Owls with a 49. Andrea Axsom carded a 54, while Bailey Goben added a 55, Jenna Ebler shot 63 and Lexi York had a 73.

The Owls will resume play Saturday at the Jasper Invitational.

Cougars earn victory vs. Salem, Clarksville


The Trinity Lutheran girls golf team bested Clarksville and Salem by shooting a 233 on Tuesday.

Clarksville finished second in scoring with a 272, and Salem had just two golfers on the afternoon.

Macy Taylor led the Cougars with a career-low score of 49, Demi Oakes scored 51, Jessica Fleener carded a 64 and Morgan Gabbard finished at 69.

Monday the Cougars will head to Scottsburg for a match with Southwestern (Hanover).