Offensive firepower has been the name of the game recently for the Seymour girls soccer team, and on Tuesday night, the Owls dismantled Greensburg 9-1 at C.B. Hess Memorial Field for their fourth straight win.
Seymour outscored Greensburg 8-0 in the first half and added one goal in the second half.
Maile Grout scored four goals for Seymour, and Gabriela Martins had three. Clare Lenart and Brielyn Tidd each had one goal, and Tidd had two assists. Seymour outshot Greensburg 34-11.
On Thursday, Seymour (4-2) will play host to New Albany for a Hoosier Hills Conference clash.
Brownstown Central 5, Corydon Central 0
Brownstown Central wasted little time in its tennis match on the road, defeating Corydon Central 5-0 to improve to 3-1 in the Mid-Southern Conference.
At No. 1 singles, Chaz Schneider won 7-6 (4), 6-2. Cole Borden at No. 2 singles and William Ollo and Kent Criminger at No. 2 doubles won their matches 6-1, 6-1, while Chris Allman won 6-0, 6-1 at No. 3 singles, and Skylar Thompson and Skylar Luedeman won 6-1, 6-0 at No. 1 doubles.
“(Schneider’s opponent) Quinton (Coffman) is having a really good year as a sophomore, and once (Schneider) got him on the first set, he took control from then on. It was pretty quick after that,” Braves coach Ron Salton said.
The Braves are 8-2 on the year and on Thursday will play host to Bedford North Lawrence.
New Albany 5, Seymour 0
Seymour suffered a 5-0 loss at home to a solid New Albany team.
Ben Coomer lost the second set 7-5 at No. 2 singles after falling 6-0 in the first set, but New Albany only gave up four games in the other four positions.
“I knew New Albany was strong coming in,” Owls coach Brad Emerson said. “I tried to mix things up a little bit at No. 2 doubles to give a freshman some experience, and I thought they played well together in that second set. Ben did a good job in that second set, as well, after losing that first set at love.”
The Owls remain winless through nine matches and on Thursday will travel to play Madison.
Crothersville 3, Austin 0
Crothersville picked up the pace late in the second set and downed Austin 25-18, 25-12, 25-6 at home.
“About halfway through the first game, we settled in and started doing the work,” Tigers coach Aaron Knieriem said. “It was a good second half of game one, a good all-around effort in game two and we played extremely well in game three.”
Chandler Nehrt led with 16 kills, while Whitney Wienhorst had nine and Mackenzie Farmer had six. Jessica Schmelzle recorded 42 assists.
From the serve line, Nehrt went 15 of 15 with five aces. Also noteworthy, Wienhorst had five blocks, and Sam Spall had 12 digs.
Crothersville is now 6-1 and on Monday will travel to play Hauser.
Trinity Lutheran 3, Clarksville 0
Trinity Lutheran had little trouble with Clarksville, topping the Generals 25-9, 25-4, 25-12 at home. The Cougars have won 10 straight.
Sarah Stuckwisch led with 12 kills, while Mallory Barker had eight and Haylee Barker had seven. The Cougars had 33 kills.
In serving, Hannah Barker led the way, going 21 of 22 with four aces. The team recorded 11 aces.
Trinity improved to 12-1 and on Thursday will play at Shawe Memorial.
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