The Hoosier Hills Convention launched its all-conference honors Tuesday afternoon for women tennis, and Seymour had fairly the illustration on the record.
Brooke Schafstall and Sandy Cerino every earned all-HHC honors for his or her respective seasons. Schafstall performed at one singles for the Owls, and Cerino performed at two singles.
Every of them had very profitable seasons, offering Seymour with quite a few factors in big-time matches.
Becoming a member of Schafstall and Cerino on the singles all-conference crew had been Amelia Meunier and Libby Banet from Floyd Central, Claire Meyer from New Albany and Reagan Brown from Jennings County.
Kirby Hill earned honorable point out at singles, as she performed three singles for the Owls. Hill had a very sturdy near the 12 months, changing into an computerized level for Seymour down the stretch in some pivotal matches.
Hill was joined on the honorable point out record by Addie Scott (Jeffersonville), Natalie Saydera (New Albany), Lydia Kittrell (Jeffersonville), Tatum Brown (Jennings County) and Emily Duncan (Bedford North Lawrence).
Additionally incomes honorable point out for the Owls had been Mallory Moore and Avery Ragon within the doubles division. They had been the one doubles crew for Seymour all season lengthy, and the 2 seniors had a stellar season of their remaining 12 months.
The 2 all-conference groups in doubles had been Lily Meyer and Layne Burke from New Albany and Isabella Stigall and Mallory Pleasure from BNL.
Liz Ertel and Sydney Carlson from Jennings County had been the opposite honorable point out doubles crew together with Moore and Ragon.
It was well-deserved recognition for a Seymour crew that gained 16 complete matches this season, together with successful the HHC title and the sectional championship.
Seymour superior so far as the regional championship match earlier than falling quick to No. 4-ranked Columbus North.
Seymour concluded the season as one of many prime groups within the state, ending tied for second with Oldenburg Academy because the second-best crew in District 8, solely behind Columbus North.
Head coach Sharon Wooden was happy with how this season went for the Owls, and she or he’s excited for what the longer term holds.