SHS golf third in MSC, second at Sectional PDF Print E-mail

The Salem High School girls’ golf team finished third at the Mid Southern Conference meet held at Old Capital in Corydon on Sept. 14. They followed that with a second-place showing at last Saturday’s golf sectional in Bedford. 

 

In the sectional meet Salem finished just seven shots behind the host Lady Stars led by Amber Kilburn with an 85.

Kilburn’s score tied Kelsey Wilson with the school record for best round in a sectional.

Corydon won the Mid Southern Conference meet with a 356, Silver Creek had a 370 and the Lady Lions scored 386.

Three members of the Salem team made all-conference. Amber Kilburn was second overall with an 85; Emily Motsinger finished eighth with a 92 and Mariah Deaton was ninth with a 93.

They regrouped to beat Mitchell on Sept. 16. Salem scored a 208 and Mitchell had a 232.

Salem finished the regular season Tuesday, Sept. 17 with wins over Charlestown, Borden and Providence.

Borden scored 223, Providence had 184 and Salem shot 182, finishing with a record of 17-5.       Salem scorers were Kilburn, who was medalist, shot a 42, Emily Motsinger had 46, Mariah Deaton scored 45, Madison Aly had 49 and Elizabeth Weaver scored a 54.

“Played much better than Monday night but then they replaced the pins so they were a little more friendly,” said Head Coach Jean Brown. “We are still leaving some silly strokes on the course but will work on that this week before heading to Sectional on Saturday at Otis Park in Bedford.”

The Sept. 17th match was senior night with the four schools, however, Providence and Salem have no seniors they celebrated the Borden senior Christina Fink and Charlestown’s Marissa Knoebel.   All senior being celebrated at Salem’s last home match has been a tradition for 10 years, which includes dinner and releasing the balloons.

 

EHS XC second

at Brown County

The Eastern High School cross country team finished third at the Sept. 14 Brown County Eagle Classic Invitational.

Tell City won with 109 points, Borden was second with 121 and Eastern scored 174.

The meet is divided into two classes- over 1000 students is Class AA and under 1000 students is Class A.

Eastern’s Khalil McDaniel finished seventh in this division with a time of 16:26.

Other top EHS runners in order of finish were Reid Prindle, Dakota Jackson, Josh Ratts, Dalton Jackson and Cody Shepherd.

 

EWMS football

teams sweep BC

For the first time in the history of football at East Washington Middle School, the Musketeers won two games against Brownstown Central.

The seventh-grade Musketeers won 18-8 and East Washington’s eighth-grade team won 26-0.

In the eighth-grade game, the Musketeer defense was too much for the host Braves to over-come.

In addition to the stingy defense, EW got three touchdowns by Oliver Adams and one each by Leif Edlin and Jacob Stewart.

The middle school Musketeers will be back in action this Thursday at home. The seventh-grade team will play Scottsburg, while the eighth-grade squad will take on Clarksville.