For The Tribune

Kameron Fuller and Jordan Barnett scored two touchdowns apiece to lead Jeffersonville to a 29-15 Hoosier Hills Conference win against Seymour on Friday night at Bulleit Stadium.

Barnett scored the clincher, a 54-yard run, with 4:12 remaining to spoil the Owls first game on their new turf field.

The Owls closed the difference to 23-15 on a 7-yard run and a two-point conversion at 11:24 of the fourth period.

Seymour got off to a slow start offensively as they had an interception and two short punts on their first three possessions of the game.

Fuller and Barnett scored the Jeffersonville touchdowns in the first half.

Early in the second period the Owls held the Red Devils deep in their own territory and forced a punt.

Seymour began a drive at their own 48-yard line. Alan Perry passed to Tyler Bullard for 16 yards, the Red Devils were called for a 15-yard penalty, and Zach Carpenter gained 10 yards on three carries.

Perry then passed 10 yards to Carpenter for the touchdown, and Todd Kiewitt kicked the PAT for a 14-7 score with 3:12 left in the half.

Jordan Conn kicked a 20-yard field goal as time expired for a 17-7 score at the half.

Fuller scored on a 21-yard run at 3:45 of the third period to put the Red Devils on top 23-7. Perry completed 10-of-23 for 84 yards.

Jeffersonville had four touchdowns called back because of penalties and was called for 13 total penalties while the Owls were called for four.

The Owls (0-2, 0-1 HHC) will travel to Columbus East on Friday night.

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Arv Koontz is a sports correspondent for The (Seymour) Tribune.