Forest Park returns to win columnFebruary 11, 2020
From Herald Staff Reports
Boys basketball action graced us with its presence Tuesday night, and the Dubois County Herald is here to get you all caught up.
Prep boys basketball
Forest Park 65, Wood Memorial 52: The Rangers (12-7) had lost six out of eight heading into Tuesday's road game against the Trojans, but put that losing on hold with a 65-52 victory. This snapped a two-game skid, and while they've seen more losses than wins the past month, they still have yet to lose more than two in a row this year. Sophomore Drew Howard led the team with 18 points, followed by junior Blake Hagedorn's 15 and sophomore Landon Nalley's 14.
Forest Park has not won back-to-back games since Jan. 3-4, but the Rangers will try to break the mold Friday at Pocket Athletic Conference rival Heritage Hills. The Rangers are 3-2 in PAC play this year.
North Daviess 50, Northeast Dubois 43: The Jeeps (11-9) have suddenly lost five in a row after winning five in a row. None of these losses have been by double-digits, but some were a 3-pointer away from victory. They have not won since a 55-48 triumph Jan. 25 against Springs Valley.
Senior Reece Bauer was the only Jeep to get in double figures with a team-high 13 points. Bauer and his teammates will try to snap this skid once and for all Friday at home against Perry Central for homecoming.
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