Local sports roundup – November 20


Medora falls to Lighthouse

BLOOMINGTON — The Medora girls basketball team was able to hold Bloomington Lighthouse to six points in the second quarter, but were outscored 35-14 in the second half as they fell 54-32 on Thursday.

Lighthouse held a 13-10 advantage after the first eight minutes of play, and held a 19-18 lead at intermission.

Medora’s offense struggled in the third quarter, recording just four points.

Hornets senior Jadelyn Dean led with nine points, freshman Kailen Flynn tallied eight and sophomore Lillian Hatfield finished with seven.

Flynn led the Hornets on the boards with nine rebounds and Dean collected six.

The Hornets (1-4) will travel to Edinburgh on Nov. 28.


Seymour bowlers compete in Madison

MADISON — The Seymour high school bowling team competed at Ten Pin Alley in Madison on Saturday.

In their first match against Trinity Lutheran, Seymour’s boys won 15-5 (1,611 to 1,460 pins).

Seymour’s Trace Cooper had a high of 232, Cory Jones had 176, Jacob Silence bowled 169, and Logan Hayes and Austin Barr each had 150s.

In its second match, Seymour fell by just 11 pins, 1,699 to 1,688.

Hayes led the Owls with a 200 and 173, Cooper notched 190 and 189, Robertson amassed 187 and 180, and Silence had a pair of 161s.

On the girls side, the Seymour varsity team defeated Bloomington North 16-4 (1,180 to 1,036 pins) and South Ripley 17-3 (1,302 to 913).

Against Bloomington North, Seymour was led by Brittanie Keihn’s 142, closely-followed by Madison Brackemyer’s 141.

Hannah Kaufman bowled a 134, Rachel Kaufman had 133, and Kylie Jones finished with 127.

In the match against South Ripley, Hannah Kaufman led with scores of 200 and 158, Rachel Kaufman bowled a 156, Brackemyer had 141, and Keihn managed 133.

The Seymour teams will bowl at home, at King Pin’s Starlite Bowl, at 2 p.m. Saturday.