A quick look at Tuesday night sports: 5/8May 8, 2013
A quick look at the prep sports action The Herald staff covered Tuesday night. These stories will be in today's print edition and will be updated back here at DuboisCountyHerald.com later this morning.
Raiders 7, Patriots 3: Southridge scored in the second, third and fourth innings to jump ahead of Heritage Hills in a matchup of Pocket Athletic Conference rivals at League Stadium in Huntingburg. Jacob Brewer drove in three runs for the Raiders, and Dillion Ramsey and Cody Moesner both doubled. Chad O'Bryan fanned six hitters in five innings to secure his fourth win of the season. Nick Waninger singled and doubled for Heritage Hills, and Dugan Kippenbrock added a double.
Patriots 4, Rangers 2 (eight innings): Forest Park notched single tallies in the fifth and sixth innings to erase a two-run deficit, but Heritage Hills settled a Pocket Athletic Conference contest in Bretzville by scoring twice in the eighth inning. Kayala Hoppenjans broke the tie with an RBI single, and Kaylee Zoglman drove in the final run with a bunt. Kaitlin Kralj worked a complete game for the Patriots, allowing just five hits with seven strikeouts.
Megan Ficker and Felicia Leibering doubled for Heritage Hills. Jordan Voges roped a solo homer for Forest Park's first run of the evening. Emily Gutgsell and Ericka Lange smacked doubles for the Rangers.
Rangers 5, Raiders 0: Forest Park swept Pocket Athletic Conference counterpart Southridge in Huntingburg by winning a pair of three-set matches and a tight doubles clash. The Rangers' Rachel Hentrup put bookends on her win over Alexandra Herron, prevailing 6-1, 4-6, 6-2 at No. 2 singles, while Maddison Beckman overcame a similar middle-set slump to beat Madeline Neu 6-3, 0-6, 6-0 at No. 3 singles. In the No. 2 doubles slot, Kelly Weyer and Mareike Zeidler prevailed 7-6, 7-5.
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