Forest Park undefeated on 1st day of girls tourneyDecember 27, 2019
From Herald Staff Reports
Many local teams got into action across different sports on Friday, and the Dubois County Herald is here to help you learn what’s what.
Prep Girls hoops
Forest Park 44, Paoli 34: The Rangers (9-4) won their first game in Pool D of the Toby Yoho Classic at Eastern Greene. Senior Macie Zink led everybody with 15 points in the first game of the day.
Forest Park 55, Cloverdale 41: Senior Faith Zazzetti paced the Rangers with 17 points, while Zink had 12. Forest Park will face Brownstown Central today at 1:00 p.m. The Rangers would play in the tournament’s third place game at 5:00 p.m. if they lose, and 7 p.m. in the championship if they win.
Lafayette Central Catholic 47, Jasper 40: The Wildcats (4-8) dropped their first game at the Vincennes Rivet Tournament on Friday. Seniors Claire Knies and Brooke Nottingham had 13 points each, but it did not suffice.
Eastern (Pekin) 42, Jasper 38, Consolation: Knies scored 22 points. However, the Wildcats now will head to the seventh place game at 1:00 p.m. today against Western Boone in hopes of salvaging the tournament with one win.
Prep Boys hoops
Southridge 46, Brownstown Central 33, Consolation: The Raiders (3-5) got back in the win column Friday with a win in the consolation round of the North Daviess Tournament. Junior Colson Montgomery led his team with 21 points, while senior Garrett Voegerl contributed 11. The Raiders will play South Knox at 4:30 p.m. today in the fifth place game.
Prep Boys Diving
Jasper Invitational: The Wildcats took first place with 72 points at Friday’s invitational. Sophomore Seth Eckert took third place, while senior Kadon Hurm finished fourth. Junior Eli Hopf came in fifth and fellow junior Owen Franks was sixth.
Prep Girls Diving
Jasper Invitational: The Wildcats won with 72 points on the girls side, just like they did on the boys side. Senior Olivia Biggs was the only diver Jasper had, but she finished in first at the event.
At North Montgomery Holiday Duals: Heritage Hills finished 16th last year, but came in fourth place this year. Seniors Sam Scott and Phoenix Rodgers finished at 5-0. Sophomore Braxton Hays went 4-1, and fellow sophomore Quintin Tempel was 3-2.
At Mooresville Holiday Classic: Southridge took second place out of 10 teams on Friday. The Raiders went 8-1 as a team. The champion was Union County at 9-0.
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