Kelly Deppen won all four events in recording a winning all-around score of 36.8 in Tuesday's gymnastics meet at Jeffersonville, and Alyssa Goen placed second in all-around to boost Seymour to a 101.325-94.75 victory.
Deppen's best score was 9.5 on vault. She also had 9.35 on bars, 9.225 on floor and 8.725 on beam.
"She is still working with a different bar dismount and beam combinations," Seymour coach Angie Mellencamp said of Deppen. "She had a good night tonight, but we didn't put in all of her difficulty. There is still room for improvement and hit sets."
Goen placed second on vault (8.875) and beam (8.35), third on bars (8.1) and fifth on floor (8.05). Sam Silver contributed to the scoring by placing third on floor (8.45), fourth on bars (6.85) and sixth on vault (8.05). Lauren Prewitt placed fourth on vault (8.25) and fifth on beam (7.6).
"Sam Silver's floor routine is getting stronger every meet, and her floor score really helped the team total tonight," Mellencamp said. "Lauren Prewitt had a beautiful beam routine. It really has improved over the season. Tonight, her dismount was not quite on point, but the rest of her routine was solid."
Seymour's next meet is Feb. 21 at Bloomington North.
Trinity Lutheran 65, Southwestern (Hanover) 53
Trinity Lutheran snapped a three-game losing streak Tuesday night with a 65-53 win at Southwestern (Hanover).
The Cougars led 17-11 at the end of one quarter and 31-19 at halftime, and then they took a 50-32 lead into the fourth quarter.
Luke Stuckwisch scored a game-high 21 points, including five 3-pointers, to lead Trinity. Craig Stuckwisch was next with 18 points, and Toby VanLiew had 10 points and six rebounds. Mark Pinnow had a team-high 13 rebounds to go along with nine points.
The Cougars are 6-11 going into Friday's game at Oldenburg Academy.
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