Jeep girls get first winSeptember 21, 2020
The Dubois County Herald is here to fill you in from all of the weekend action.
Prep Girls Soccer
Gibson Southern 4, Jasper 1: The Wildcats (2-8-1) took a 1-0 lead, in the first half, but allowed four goals in the second half. Reagan Fortwendel scored an unassisted goal in the first half.
Northeast Dubois 5, North Harrison 4: The Jeeps (1-5-2) looked at a 2-0 deficit, but overcame that to attain their first win of the year. Atalie Atkins fed Landyn Rasche a pass for a 2-1 score. Aubrey Hostetter had three assists, with her first one being a tying goal to Rasche for a 2-2 tie.
North Harrison responded by taking two goals before the half. However, Lexi Freyberger scored the Jeeps' third goal, and Hostetter assisted Rasche for her hat trick and the tie. Freyerberg assisted Rasche for her fourth goal for the game-winner.
Prep Boys Soccer
Jasper 4, Evansville Reitz 0: The Wildcats (4-6-2) have won two out of their last three games. They scored two goals in each half to shut out the Panthers.
Northeast Dubois 0, North Harrison 0: The Jeeps (8-1-2) had eight shots on goal, but could not capitalize. They spent much of the game on defense.
Prep Boys Tennis
Northeast Dubois 4, Vincennes Rivet 1: The Jeeps (10-2) won four out of five matches on the road Saturday, with Tanner Hurt's lost in the Two Singles being the only one. Adam Thewes and Ross Mehringer captured the One Singles and Three Singles, respectively. Tucker Neukam and Logan Lampert won the One Doubles, while Ty Kalb and Nick Hemmerlein won the Two Doubles.
Heritage Hills 5, Princeton 0: The Patriots (8-4) swept all matches and nearly swept all sets. Kayden Bell lost the opening Two Singles set, but bounced back to win the next two. It's the fifth the Pats have won all five sets this season.
Southridge 2, Forest Park 1
Southridge 2, Eastern 1
Evansville North 2, Southridge 1: This was a round-robin tournament, not a pool play, though this technically could have been considered the championship match since both teams were undefeated.
Prep Cross Country
Boys: Forest Park's Spenser Wolf came in first p;ace with a 15:57 time at Saturday's Shakamak Invite, while Bryce Troesch rounded out the top three with a 16:58 time. The Rangers finished in fourth place with 97 points.
Girls: The Rangers scored 64 points and finished in third place, with five runners inside the top 20. Karli Kitten and Ellie Hall rounded out the top 10 with times of 20:48 and 20:58, respectively. Danielle Eckert was 12th with a 21:16, Allison Fraze 16th at 21:50 and Sara Kitten 19th at 22:50.
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