All four local victorious Friday

Ashton Schuetter

By Herald Staff

Here's a look at the other games involving local teams Friday night.

Jasper 56, Evansville Bosse 14: The Wildcats (4-0, 4-0) allowed an early touchdown to the Southern Indiana Athletic Conference rival Bulldogs early Friday at Enlow Field. However, Bosse's lead did not last. Jasper then proceeded to roll off 50 consecutive points. The senior fullback tandem of Ashton Schuetter and Isaac Day again made their presence known. Schuetter carried the ball 13 times for 95 yards and three touchdowns, while Day rolled off another two touchdowns on 41 rushing yards. The Wildcats had junior Grant Young at quarterback, and he rattled off 66 rushing yards and a score. 

The team's next game is set for Sept. 17 at Evansville Mater Dei.

Forest Park 29, Tecumseh 12: The Rangers (2-2) improved to .500 on Friday and stopped their two-game skid. Forest Park never trailed in this game. Senior Ethan Beckman rushed for a two-yard score and a two-point conversion that set the stage for the wire-to-wire win. Tecumseh responded, but couldn't tie it when going for two. 

The Rangers showed a balanced offensive attack all-around Friday evening when Beckman rushed for 125 yards and two touchdowns off of 23 carries. Freshman Tyler Fetter, meanwhile, had 17 rushes on 104 yards and a score. Senior quarterback Cooper Uebelhor went 3-for-5 with 50 passing yards and a touchdown pass. All three of Uebelhor's completions were to fellow senior Beau Rasche. 

Forest Park will try for another win Sept. 17 at Mt. Vernon. 

Camden Schipp

Heritage Hills 28, South Spencer 0: In the Battle Of Spencer County, the Patriots (3-1) pitched a shutout for the second time in three games and came away their third straight victory. Junior Skyler Staples and his twin, Shane, led the way. Skyler notched eight carries on 64 yards and two touchdowns, while Shane contributed his own score with 52 yards on four carries. Shane also factored in on the receiving side on a 62-yard touchdown reception. That score accounted for 62 of junior Camden Schipp's 109 passing yards. Senior Evan Bowling also had a nice night running the ball on 62 rushing yards on eight carries.

Heritage Hills will try to keep it going Sept. 17 at home against North Posey.


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