Main menu


Local Sports Roundup - Seymour Tribune


Owls, brave men compete in the region

The Seymour Girls Golf Team and Brownstown Central’s Gracie Reynolds and Emma Hubanks competed on the regional Saturday at Montgomery’s Country Oaks Golf Club.

The Owls shot 408 as a team to finish 13th overall. Castle won by 296 points.

Rainie Jackson led the Owls 46-43-89. Liza Stuckwish was next with a 53-46-99 followed by Katie Cotrill 53-51-104, Emily Windley 60-56-116 and Emmy Followell 66-74-140.

At Brownstown, Reynolds hit a career-best 46-43-89 and Hugh Banks hit 56-53-109.

This concludes the season for both teams. Jackson, Stackwish, and Hugh Banks are all senior citizens.


Trinity take two

The Trinity Lutheran volleyball team defeated New Washington 25-6, 25-15, 25-9 and Mitchell 25-7, 25-16, 25-12 at the Bollinger Athletic Complex on Saturday.

In both games, Baillie Taveling and Carson Bowling led the Cougars with 28 kills and Madison Keith had 12 kills. Bowling was 5 blocks, Taveling was 4 blocks, and Reina Cringe was 3 blocks.

Addison Darlage served nine aces, while Kiley Zabel and Bowling each served four. Laura Loader scored 28 digs, Taveling scored 14 digs and Drew Hubbard scored 11 digs. Darulaj also he recorded 78 assists.

Trinity has a 17-5 record this season and ranks second in Class A.

Owl JV takes 4th place in Hauser

The Seymour Junior Volleyball Team placed 4th out of 8 teams in the tournament in Hauser.

The Owls lost to Hauser 25-10, 25-18. He beat Rushville 25-19, 25-13. He beat Madison 25-22, 25-16. He lost to Columbus North 26-24, 25-21.

In four games, Maddie Schrader has 25 kills, Zoe Williams has 16 and Anna Coutet has 14. Otte had 65 assists and Williams had 22 digs.

The JV team is 19-9 this season, with the entire Owls team playing against Brownstown Central on Tuesday.

Women’s soccer

Seymour wins over Franklin

The Seymour Girls soccer team beat Franklin 1-0 at home on Saturday morning.

The decisive goal was scored by Rachel Lennart’s assist from Lokiery Zarate Gibson. Seymour keeper Jessica Hauglund recorded his six saves en route to his seventh shutout of the season.

The Owls are currently 9-4 overall and 4-1 in HHC.They’re playing in Madison at 6pm today.

cougar overtakes panther

The Trinity Lutheran women’s soccer team beat Jennings County 2-1 on Saturday.

Emma Myers scored a goal late in the first half to give Trinity a 1–0 advantage. Myers added another goal in the second half, and although Jennings County was one back from a corner, the Cougars were able to hold them off for the win.

Myers’ two-goal continues a streak of at least one goal in six straight games. Cadence Miller assisted him on one of those goals on Saturday.

Trinity keeper Samantha Ennger had 16 saves as the Cougars won five games in a row. He’s 7-6 on the winning streak this season and has a game in Southwestern (Hannover) today.

cross country

Owls running at the Golden Bear Invitational

Seymour’s boys’ and girls’ cross-country teams competed in the Black Division at the Golden Bear Invitational in Shelbyville on Saturday.

In the men’s race, Jude Bain took the lead over the Owls with a ninth-place finish in 16:25.70. Next Carter Murphy at 17:41.40, Wes Proffer at 18:06.40, followed by Kiran Erave at 18:32.30, Micah Jablonski at 18:37.20, Sam Rocky at 18:38.60, Will Proffer was 18:46.70 and Landon Rivera was 19:10. 30, Ty Tormoehlen 19:10.30, Lucas Jablonski 20:08.00.

In the women’s race, Vivienne Siefker took the lead over the owls with a 19:42.30 5th place finish. Kinsley Folsom at 21:14.20, Gracie Adams at 21:50.10, Kelly Beavers at 22:01.00, Lindsey Greenawalt at 22:21.10, Annemarie Shuler at 22:31.00, Grace Lewis at 22:38.50, Lauren Dowell at 23:53.00 did.

The Owls will host the Hoosier Hills Conference on Saturday at Freeman Field.

Braves run in Bedford

The Brownstown Central men’s and women’s cross-country teams competed in the Bedford Invitational on Saturday morning.

Trinity Cody led Lady Braves with a time of 22:18.11. Kelsey Schneider 23:28.13, Campbell Chasteen 23:47.65, Maddie Shepman 24:20.61, Tri Lowkey 25:47.19, Claire Shepman 27:10.73, Maddie Singleton 27:26.84, Chelsea Combs 27:56.80, Roselyn Abel 28:54.48, Camryn Thompson 30:01.15, Avery Harrison 30:38.67, Brynn Burton 31:48.75, Lexi Wheeles 31:55.75, Madison Stuckwisch 32:16.30.

In the men’s, Shane Ratliff led the team with a time of 17:39.21. Chance Ratliff 17:49.34, Bradley Edwards 18:58.34, Damian Owens 21:04.68, Evan Sibrel 21:22.85, Dylan Wishmeier 21:25.48, Brady Blanc 23:13.55 Bradin Stidhams ran in 23:19.97.

The Braves will compete in the Mid-Southern Conference at Silver Creek on Saturday.