Trimble County won one match and lost two at the Kentucky Volleyball Coaches Association Challenge at the MidAmerica Sports Center in Louisville on Saturday.

The Raiders opened the tourney with a 3-1 (25-13, 25-8, 23-25, 25-12) loss to Southwestern and beat Pulaski County 3-1 (25-21, 25-14, 20-25, 25-20) before falling 3-0 to Owensboro Catholic, 25-16, 25-19, 25-23.

"It was great competition and we played without senior setter Kayla Baker who injured her back muscle on Thursday night," Trimble coach Ruth Staples said. "Some younger players stepped up and got some valuable varsity playing experience."

Sydney Weaver was 38-of-42 serving, 32-of-45 in serve receptions and 38 digs; Destiny Schroeder was 20-of-21 serving with two aces, 23 kills and 25 blocks; Shelbe Black was 29-of-34 serving with seven aces, 26 kills and 28 blocks; Kate Staples was 34-of-36 serving with four aces, 90-of-93 setting with five kills and four blocks; Kaylee Clifford was 30-of-33 serving with an ace, eight kills and seven blocks; and Katie Gonterman was 19-of-24 serving with an ace, 10 kills and 17 blocks.

Trimble, now 2-3 on the season, hosts South Oldham in a district seeding game on Tuesday.

Madison team, Detmer second at Connersville golf invitational

Madison finished second as a team and the Lady Cubs' Amanda Detmer was second individually at the Connersville Invitational at Willowbrook Golf Course on Saturday.

Detmer shot a 73, two strokes back of medalist Lindsey Hackleman of host Connersville. As a team, Madison had a 354, just five strokes back of winner Columbus East in the 15-team field.

Freshman Emma Beasley was second for Madison with an 88, Abbi Wynn had a 96, Kyla Johnson shot a 97 and Jordan Dean carded a 109.

"Overall I was pleased with the scores since it was extremely hot and humid. Each hole had potential trouble on it and caused additional strokes and bad lies," Madison coach Dale Crafton said. "Abbi's and Kyla's scores were higher than what they have been scoring recently, a lot due to fatigue from the heat. Emma did a nice job with course management and club selection.

"Amanda recovered nicely after adjusting her putting to the speed of the greens," Crafton added. "After a 42 at Covered Bridge last week Jordan maintained a positive attitude throughout her round. Golf is certainly not a consistent sport, but if everyone 'showed up' on the same day our score would be difficult to beat."

Madison heads to Spring Hills Golf Course in Hanover today to take on Southwestern and Jac-Cen-Del.

Christian Academy pulls away from Lady Rebels in second half

Southwestern gave up five goals in the second half and fell 6-0 to Christian Academy of Indiana in girls soccer on Friday.

The short-handed Rebels trailed only 1-0 at halftime before giving up the flurry of goals over the final 40 minutes.

"Some girls played new positions, and I was excited to see the potential," Southwestern coach Nancy Totten. "Two more players were eligible to play and we are looking forward to a full team of 16 next week."

Southwestern hosts the Providence junior varsity today.

Carroll boys golf finishes 12th at John Hardin Bulldog Classic

Carroll County's boys golf team finished 12th out of 17 teams at the John Hardin Bulldog Classic Saturday at Lyndsey Golf Course in Fort Knox, Ky.

The Panthers were led by Levi Stephenson's 84 while Justin Ray carded a 91 and Clint Burgess and Chase Hartman both shot 97s to round out Carroll's 369 team total. Blake Belcher had a non-scoring 98.

North Oldham was a repeat winner at the invitational with a 12-over-par 300 that was 22 strokes better than runner-up St. Henry.

Carroll County visits Trimble County Tuesday at Cardinal Hills Golf Course in Bedford.

Southwestern tennis goes winless at Eastern Invite

Southwestern's boys tennis team competed in the Eastern (Pekin) Invitational on Saturday.

The tournament, which included Lanesville and Henryville along with host Eastern, was not set up as a team tournament but rather as individual matchups.

Eduardo Pires lost both of his matches at No. 1 singles by scores of 7-6, 6-3 and 6-0, 6-0, Bryce Scroggins was swept at No. 2 singles 6-0, 6-1 and 7-5, 6-2 and Noah Schuster fell twice at No. 3 singles, 6-0, 6-0 and 6-0, 6-0.

In doubles, the team of Coleman Jones and Tryston Wheatley lost 6-2, 6-3 and 6-3, 6-0, and Alex Philipp and Skyler Wynn lost 6-1, 6-1 and 6-2, 6-1.

Southwestern hosts New Washington on Wednesday.