Heritage Hills too much for Raiders in PAC tiltOctober 9, 2019
From staff reports
Amid the start of soccer sectionals and tennis playing on the regional stage, volleyball was in its final week of regular-season play. Here’s what occurred Tuesday night.
Patriots 3, Raiders 0: Heritage Hills collided with Southridge for a Pocket Athletic Conference matchup in Huntingburg, and took three straight sets for the Patriots to add to their strong end to the regular season. Rebekah Gordon and Shelby Skelton each had 10 kills, while Gordon also posted 15 digs and six aces. Hannah Marchand had 32 assists and Hannah Schnuck had 17 digs to lead the Pats’ defense. Anna Altstadt had five kills, seven digs and three blocks for the Raiders. Rose Tempel paced Southridge’s defense with 13 digs.
Vikings 3, Jeeps 0: Northeast Dubois found itself unable to gain any traction in its final home game of the season, bowing to Barr-Reeve in straight sets, 25-15, 25-17, 25-13.
Prep boys soccer
Rangers 8, Marksmen 1: Forest Park turned in a dominate showing against an outmanned Tell City squad to advance the Rangers to today’s 8:30 p.m. sectional semifinal. The Rangers will face the host South Spencer Rebels for the right to play in Saturday’s final. The Rangers received two goals apiece from Tyler Berger, Hunter Helming and J.D. Kerber, and lone scores by Lowgan Englert and Evan Tretter.
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