Raiders capture triangularApril 5, 2013
From Herald Staff Reports
The Southridge boys golf team rolled past Tecumseh and Perry Central on Thursday in a triangular meet at Boonville Country Club.
The Raiders (155) finished comfortably ahead of the Commodores (195) and Braves (278) as Southridge’s Tyler Gray earned medalist honors with a 33.
Also for the Raiders, Beau Schneider carded a 39, Trey Reese fired a 40, Ian Mathies and Cleat Winkler each finished with a 43 and Corbin Neu added a 47.
Wildcats 8, Rangers 4: Forest Park (1-1) scored three runs in the ninth but couldn’t make up a large deficit to Class 2A No. 2 Evansville Mater Dei in Ferdinand.
Jared Wilgus (0-1) took the loss for the Rangers, who also scored once in the fourth. Wilgus also doubled.
Mater Dei registered a run in the third, five more in the fourth and once each in the sixth and seventh innings. The Wildcats finished with 11 hits to the Rangers’ seven.
Patriots 8, Hatchets 6: Derek Kippenbrock (1-0) pitched 6 1/3 innings, striking out five while allowing four earned runs in Heritage Hills’ win at Washington.
Heritage Hills (4-2) scored all eight of its run during the fourth, fifth and sixth innings to rally from a 5-0 deficit. Kippenbrock doubled, and Kenton Crews finished with two hits for the Patriots. Crews, Kippenbrock and Tyler Ward each finished with two RBIs.
Bears 1, Patriots 0: Class 3A No. 9 Heritage Hills (2-2) dropped a road contest at Evansville Central, which scored an unearned run in the seventh inning.
For the Pats, Kaitlin Kralj (2-2) went the distance, allowing just five hits while striking out three and walking two. Hayli Scott finished 2-for-3 for Heritage Hills.
Raiders 4, Eagles 1: Southridge breezed past visiting Evansville Day as Lynnette Whitsitt won 6-1, 6-2 at No. 1 singles and Alexandra Herron posted a 6-2, 6-4 victory at No. 2.
The Raiders (2-1) swept doubles with Natalie Schneider and Cheyenne Layton cruising 6-1, 6-0 at No. 1 and Jocelyn Sermersheim and Taylor Miles earning a 6-4, 6-3 win at No. 2.
Rangers 5, Cardinals 0: Forest Park (1-0) steamrolled visiting Washington Catholic in the Rangers’ season opener.
Amie Weyer (6-1, 6-1), Rachel Hentrup (6-0, 6-0) and Maddison Beckman (6-0, 6-2) won at Nos. 1, 2, and 3 singles, respectively, for Forest Park. In doubles action, Jordan Buechler and Kereston Hochgesang collected a 6-0, 6-3 decision at No. 1 while Kelly Weyer and Mareike Zeidler swept the No. 2 point.
Titans 5, Patriots 0: Heritage Hills (0-2, 0-1) dropped a home contest to Pocket Athletic Conference rival Gibson Southern. Patriot No. 2 singles player Allison Baron nearly pushed her match to three sets before falling 6-3, 7-6 (7-3) to Taryn Goedde.
Northeast Dubois duals: The host Jeeps bounced Paoli in both meets, as the boys won 87-45 and the girls coasted 106-26.
For the Jeep boys, Lucas Schulthies (110 and 300 hurdles, pole vault, discus), Tyler Haas (high jump, shot put) and Justin Kahle (800 and 1,600) won multiple events for the Jeeps, who also claimed the 1,600 relay (Jake Kahle, Justin Kahle, Max Hutten, Kai Schwalfenberg) and 3,200 relay (Jake Kahle, Takumi Mundy, Schwalfenberg, Kerstiens).
Brynn Hoffman (100 and 200), Alicia Betz (100 and 300 hurdles), Lauren Betz (800 and 1,600) and Kateland Bailey (long jump, pole vault) led the Northeast Dubois girls squad with multiple victories. The Jeeps also seized the 400 relay (Alicia Betz, Hoffman, Ashton Knies, Rachel Breitwieser) and 1,600 relay (Knies, Shyann Seng, Alicia Betz, Breitwieser).
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