Jasper finishes second at Big Eight wrestling meetDecember 14, 2019
From Herald Staff Reports
Lots of action happened on Saturday, and the Dubois County Herald is here to help you get caught up to speed.
Big Eight Meet: Jasper took second place in Saturday's Big Eight Conference Meet at Princeton. Mt. Vernon won the meet. Boonville came in third. Host Princeton took fourth, while Washington Catholic came in fifth. Getting the Outstanding Wrestler Award was junior Will Collon, who went undefeated in the 220-pound class on Saturday. Fellow junior Jainier Milanes wonboth of his matches and two more by forfeit in the 106-pound class. Another junior, Quade Popp, won two matches and another two by forfeit in the 285-pound class.
Mt. Vernon 39, Jasper 25
Jasper 78, Washington 3
Jasper 45, Boonville 25
Jasper 66, Princeton 12
PAC Duals: Heritage Hills went 5-3 and fourth in the Pocket Athletic Conference duals after Saturday. Seven wrestlers finished with winning records, including seniors Sam Scott, Beau Heeke and Phoenix Rodgers, who finished with a perfect 8-0. The Patriots finished out in front against five opponents.
Tell City 48, Heritage Hills 30
Heritage Hills 48, Pike Central 39
Heritage Hills 48, Forest Park 36
Southridge 45, Heritage Hills 33
Heritage Hills 42, Gibson Southern 28
North Posey 66, Heritage Hills 18
Heritage Hills 42, Tecumseh 39
Heritage Hills 54, South Spencer 24
Blake Duttlinger- 6-2
Sam Scott- 8-0
Wyatt Adkins- 4-4
Beau Heeke- 8-0
Chris Rhoton- 1-7
Cole Neighbors- 3-5
Nathan Hedges- 1-7
Quintin Tempel- 6-2
Jermey Merkley- 0-4
Hermès Joos- 0-4
Brody Ford- 3-5
Phoenix Rodgers- 8-0
Evan Bowling- 4-4
Landin Northern- 2-1
Davin Miller- 1-0
Prep boys basketball
Forest Park 70, Apollo (Ky.) 57: The Rangers (4-0) played out of state and their first back-to-back of the season, but they'll rest now for another layoff. Forest Park is scheduled at 8:00 p.m. Dec. 21 to play at Northeast Dubois in its next venture on the court.
Collins (Ky.) 79, Southridge 42: The Raiders (1-4) returned to the court on Saturday, also playing in the Bluegrass State. However, they could not win their end as part of the Indiana-Kentucky Cup Challenge. Southridge has now lost three straight games, and is scheduled to get back at it 7:30 p.m. Friday at home against Shoals.
Brownsburg 72, Heritage Hills 54: The Patriots (3-1) took their first loss of the year on Saturday at Southport. Junior Blake Sisley scored 21 points and added nine rebounds in the loss. The Pats until a back-to-back on Dec. 20-21 at home against Crawford County and Mt. Vernon (Posey), respectively.
Northeast Dubois vs. Evansville Day (postponed): Northeast Dubois athletic director Terry Friedman said both in email and via text on Saturday that the Jeeps (4-0) had their game against Evansville Day postponed. The games will be made up on Jan. 4. The junior varsity game will start at 6:30 p.m. and varsity at 8:00 p.m.
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