Local sports roundup – August 26

GIRLS GOLF

Owls fall to North

SEYMOUR — Danbi Kim and Julia Luken each carded 38 for medalist honors, as Columbus North’s girls golf team bested Seymour at Shadowood Golf Course.

The Bulldogs scored 161 to the Owls’ 225 on the afternoon.

Hannah Thompson led the Owls with a 49, and Andrea Asxom had a season-low of 50.

The Owls’ Bailey Goben added a 56, Jenna Ebler shot 70, Kara Rice had 71 and Emily Hume finished with a 72.

Cougars best Jac-Cen-Del and Milan

SEYMOUR — Counting three scores on the afternoon, the Trinity Lutheran girls golf team came out on top carding a 158 at Shadowood Golf Course.

Jac-Cen-Del finished second in the tri-meet with 172, and Milan scored 192.

The Cougars’ Macy Taylor finished as medalist with a 49.

Not far behind Taylor was teammate Demi Oakes, who finished with 50 strokes.

Jessica Fleener posted a 59, and Morgan Gabbard recorded a 61.

VOLLEYBALL

Cougars stay perfect

WALDRON — The Trinity Lutheran volleyball team downed host Waldron in straight sets 25-11, 25-11, 25-6.

Haylee Barker led the Cougars’ hitting unit, making all 13 of her attempts with nine kills, while Anne Franke went 13 of 15 with 11 kills.

Serving, Hayley Carter made 15 on 17 attempts with four aces, and Taylor Reynolds had 13 of 14 go in with two aces.

The Cougars (3-0) will host Borden in their home-opener Thursday evening.

BOYS SOCCER

Cougars dominate Austin

AUSTIN — The Trinity Lutheran boys soccer team poured it on Austin in an 8-0 victory to register their first win of the season.

Luke Onken led the Cougars’ attack with a three-goal hat trick, Bobby Tabeling and AJ Goecker added two a piece also with an assist each, and Josiah Foster netted a score.

Other assists came from the Cougars’ Kohei Nagino, Sam Hayes, Cole Allman and Chris Rust.

The Cougars finished with 30 shots on the night and combined for four saves in goal between Cole Allman and Andrew Emily.

Monday, the Cougars (1-1) will play at Oldenburg Academy.

Hornets lose in five 

MEDORA — The Medora volleyball team lost a tough five-game match to Rock Creek Academy 25-33, 24-26, 24-26, 25-14, 15-5.

Megan Weddell had 25 hits on 34 attempts with 10 kills while Katie Beesley finished 24 of 25 with nine.

Serving, Avery Carney led the Hornets with 28 makes on 30 attempts and 13 aces.

Thursday, the Hornets (0-3) will travel to Paoli.