Lenart earned all-conference girls soccer honors with Sharp, Tidd


Zach Spicer for The Tribune / Seymour High School girls soccer players receiving awards Wednesday night were, seated from left, Elizabeth Steltenpohl, Grace Hartman, Kelley Sharp, Brielyn Tidd and Clare Lenart; standing from left, Claire Collett, Sarah Readinger, Jovanna Trejo, Kayla Griffin, Devon Joray, Lillie Hartman and Lorisa Rogers.

Arv Koontz for The Tribune / Seymour senior Clare Lenart (10) moves the ball up the field as Batesville's Brooke Rohlfing applies pressure during a match this fall.

Clare Lenart led the Seymour High School girls soccer team this fall with 25 goals and a school-record 14 assists.

Coach Greg Musser said the fact that she not only was a reliable scorer but that she made sure to try and help her teammates score said a lot.

During Wednesday night’s awards program in the SHS cafeteria, the Owls senior earned the most valuable player award for the second straight season.

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