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Local Sports Aug 16,17 2022

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Shawe Boys Soccer opens up their season with a 6-2 win over Henryville. Jacob Hertz 3 goals 1 assist Miguel Morales 1 goal 3 assists Eric Lou 1 goal Rodrigo Reyes 1 goal. Hilltoppers now 1-0 on the season.

Trimble County Boys Golf falls to Walton Verona 176-196. Charlie Liter 42 Dylan Penick 45 Collin Stark 52 Case Keeton 57

Trimble County Girls Golf falls to Owen County. Maddi Stark 40 Alanna Washington 56 Jaelyn Holbrook 59 Kynlee McIntyre 82

Carroll County Boys' Soccer Team for their 2 to 1 win over North Bullitt.

Madison Volleyball falls to Batesville 0-3

Madison Boys Soccer defeat Greensburg 7-0

Adriano Martinez with 2 goals and 2 assists, Griffin Schwartz and Sonny Koren 1 goal and 1 assist a piece, Ian Eiriksson, Colson Backus, Christian Torres 1 goal a piece and Jack Heckler 1 assist Madison 1-0 on season 


Henryville at Madison Tennis Score : CUBS: 1  Henryville: 4  Overall: 1-4 (Madison lost) 1 singles Kaid Fink (10) v. Carson Conrey (12): 5-7, 3-6 (lost) 2 singles Tucker Whitaker (11) v. Bradley Eickholtz (12): 2-6, 0-6 (lost) 3 singles Cooper Chandler (9) v. Logan Holland (12): 0-6, 0-6 (lost) 1 doubles Bodie Harsin (10)/ Mitchell Cammack (10) v. Braydon Dobbs (12)/ Cade Riley (12): 6-4, 7-5 (won)


Southwestern Volleyball defeated Clarksville tonight 3-1: 25-10, 15-25, 25-18, 25-11.

Riley Scroggins had 11 kills and 3 aces on 17 for 18 serving.

Raygan Crawford had 8 kills, 2 aces, and 10 digs.

Emma Long had 7 kills, 1 block, and was 12 for 12 serving.

Jenna Owens had 7 kills and 3 aces on 8 for 8 serving.

Breona Brewer had 3 aces and 28 assists.

Parker Mefford was 15 for 16 passing with 14 digs.

Allison Birchfield went 17 for 18 serving with 2 aces and 5 for 5 passing with 7 digs.

Quote: Offensively we had a good balanced attack tonight. Four hitters with 7 kills or better is a good night. I wasn't happy with our intensity or communication in the second set but the girls did a good job of bouncing back in the third and fourth. Parker Mefford anchored our defense while Riley Scroggins lead the way up front.

Southwestern is currently 4-2.

MCHS 195 / Providence 220

Grace Bronkella 45 Co-medalist

Emmi Dowell 45 co-medalist

Lilly Fox 47

Aleigh Wilson 58

Riley Poling 61

I'm very proud of the way the ladies stepped up tonight. I think they were pretty unhappy with their back nine last Saturday, and even though we are an inexperienced squad, they want to have success.

I think every one of them put in extra work outside of the official practices the last couple of days. Grace and Emmi were solid for us again, as usual, but I'm really waiting for Grace to bust out. I think she can make some real noise if some things come together for her in time.

The big news tonight was Lilly's 47. Things really seemed to start clicking out there tonight with the ball striking and some touch around the greens. That 47 was a personal best for her, and if we can get that from her consistently, that would be huge.

Aleigh and Riley continue to grind for us. I couldn't be more proud of the effort and improvements they have made in a short amount of time. Our season wouldn't be the same without them, and I think their effort will pay off if they continue to stay as mentally tough on the course as they have been

Southwestern Girls Soccer opened their season hosting Austin. Both teams had few subs but played with heart. Jaclyn Jackson began her soccer career as our goalie tonight. 4 minutes into the game Austin began the scoring. Kearstin Cizek answered with a hat trick over the remainder of the half, the final one from her corner kick. Austin opened the scoring second half but Adrea Liter answered with a score for Southwestern. Austin scored once more and Cizek added the final goal to give us a 5-3 win.

Shawe Volleyball Defeats Rock Creek 2-0

Trimble County Volleyball Defeats Walton Verona 2-0





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