Local sports roundup – January 23


Owls drop Warriors


Seymour took an 11 point lead in the first quarter and never looked back as they topped Scottsburg 74-59 on Saturday.

The Owls (15-6) built a 37-23 advantage by intermission before besting the Warriors 37-25 in the second half.

Lauren James led the Owls with 21 points, Makenna Fee added 17, Ashton Chase chipped-in 13 and Kayla Griffin scored 10.

Paige Barrett topped the Warriors with 19 points.

Tigers top Blackhawks


Hitting four treys, Kashmir Kelshaw moved into the top-5 all time in school history for 3-point goals on Saturday as Crothersville beat Springs Valley 59-48.

After leading 31-23 at the half, the Blackhawks held the Tigers to just eight points in the third quarter.

Crothersville (15-7) responded by dropping 20 points in the fourth quarter to seal the win.

Kelshaw led the Tigers with 19 points, Katrina Christian scored 16 and Lacey Hall had 10.


Jets best Tigers


Hauser trailed by one point at the end of the first quarter Saturday night, but outscored Crothersville 19-5 in the second period on its way to a 61-47 victory.

The Tigers (5-11) only scored five points again in the third quarter, while giving up 15, before out-scoring the Jets 20-11 in the fourth quarter.

Josh Thomas had 20 points and Conner O’Sullivan scored 16 to pace the Tigers.

Warriors edge Owls


Seymour dug a nine-point deficit in the first quarter, tied the game at half but couldn’t muster a comeback in a 62-58 loss at Scottsburg on Saturday.

The Warriors built an 18-9 advantage after one quarter, but the Owls responded with 21 points before the break in the second quarter.

Both teams failed to find offensive rhythm in the third quarter, with the Warriors out-scoring the Owls 10-9.

In the final eight minutes, the Warriors made 11 free throws while the Owls went three for nine from the line.

Tyler Bloom led Seymour with 15 points and Seth Ragon scored 13 off the bench.

Mitchell Meagher scored 24 points to lead the Warriors.


Seymour earns split


Seymour’s swim team saw mixed results on Saturday, with the girls beating Bedford North Lawrence 108-75 while the boys fell 106-79.

On the girls’ side, Katie Turner won the 50 freestyle (26.62) and 100 free (57.52).

Kenzie Persinger took the 200 free (2:07.3) and 100 breaststroke (1:13.10) for SHS.

Sarah Montgomery placed first in the 100 butterfly (1:03.29) while Nastya Yakovlyeva won the 500 free (5:52.08).

The Owls also won the 200 medley and 400 freestyle relays.

On the boys’ side, the Owls had five first place finishes.

Seymour’s Jake Vance took the 50 free (23.33) and 100 breaststroke (1:06.53).

Devin Ramsey won the diving contest with 256.40 points.

Daniel Hartman was first in the 200 individual medley (2:11.48).

The 200 medley relay went to Seymour.