Seymour shuts out Salem at home
The Seymour girls soccer team scored all three of its goals in the second half of Saturday’s 3-0 win at home against Salem.
Clare Lenart had two of the Owls’ goals, and Grace Hartman assisted on one of them. The other goal was by Elizabeth Davis. The Owls are 7-2-2.
Trinity defeats Metro-East Lutheran on long road trip
Trinity Lutheran’s football team defeated Metro-East Lutheran (Illinois) 52-20 on Saturday afternoon to improve to 3-2.
Look for more information about this game in an upcoming issue of The Tribune.
Medora falls to host Henryville in championship
Medora’s volleyball team defeated Crothersville and Lanesville in three sets in pool play during Saturday’s Henryville Invitational, but the host team captured the title with a 25-23, 25-17 win in the championship.
Medora dropped the first set against Crothersville (25-23) and Lanesville (25-19) before rallying with wins of 25-21, 15-10 and 25-23, 15-6, respectively.
Monika Bevers led Medora (4-7) with 18 kills, while Maddie Plummer had 17. In serving, Bevers was 27 of 29 and Avery Carney was 31 of 33, and they had four aces apiece.
Crothersville (3-12) finished 0-3 on the day, also falling to Lanesville 24-26, 25-22, 15-3 and North Daviess 25-16, 25-10. Kayla Schneider led with 16 kills, and Sam Spall was 25 of 25 in serving with one ace.
Brownstown goes 3-1 at New Albany tournament
Class 3A No. 10 Brownstown Central started Saturday’s New Albany Invitational with a 25-23, 24-26, 17-15 win against Class 4A No. 7 Floyd Central.
The Braves, however, then suffered a 25-18, 25-11 setback to Castle, but they finished the day by defeating Columbus North 25-15, 25-23 and Jasper 25-16, 25-14.
Riley Wischmeier led the Braves (16-6) in hitting, going 80 of 93 with 42 kills, while Trinity Booher led with six aces, including five in the Floyd Central match.
Brownstown finishes out invitational play at Scottsburg
After two days at the Scottsburg Invitational, Brownstown Central’s boys tennis team finished with 25 points. Franklin won the eight-team event with 46, while Scottsburg and Austin each had 33.
On Saturday, Brownstown’s No. 2 doubles team of Mason McClure and Lute Lahrman reached the championship with a 6-2, 6-0 win over Henryville. They then lost to Franklin 6-2, 6-4, and it was only their second loss of the season.
Chaz Schneider at No. 1 singles placed third, losing to Franklin 6-0, 6-0 and defeating Clarksville 6-0, 6-3. Cole Borden at No. 2 singles and Kent Criminger and Cole Brock at No. 1 doubles each placed fourth.
Borden defeated Henryville 6-2, 6-1 and Southwestern 6-1, 6-0, while Criminger and Brock won by forfeit over Clarksville and defeated Henryville 5-7, 6-2, 10-7.
Owls compete in FlashRock Invitational; boys finish 6th
Saturday’s FlashRock Invitational consisted of a 5K championship race and a 5K invite race.
In the girls 5K championship event, Seymour’s Zoey Johnson placed 16th in 19:22, and Madison Hays was 79th in 20:43. In the boys race, Jack Tormoehlen placed 58th in 16:47, and Daniel Hauersperger was 60th in 16:48.
The Seymour boys finished sixth in the 28-team invite race, and Ian Hensen (14th in 17:22) and Mitch McCoy (20th in 17:35) had top-20 finishes.
There were 27 teams in the girls invite race, and Seymour placed 11th. Mariah Lewis was the top finisher, placing 22nd in 20:59.
There also were combined results, and the Seymour boys wound up 20th out of 50 teams, and the girls were 18th out of 52 teams.
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