Jeeps, Pats winners on floor ThursdayJanuary 9, 2020
From Herald Staff Reports
All five girls basketball teams played Thursday, and most local swim teams were in action, too. The Dubois Herald has got you covered.
Prep girls basketball
Northeast Dubois 55, Shoals 48: The Jeeps (5-11, 3-1) snapped a four-game skid and matched their win total from a season ago with a return to Blue Chip Conference play on Thursday. Northeast Dubois had three players in double digits. Reagan Knies had a team-high 16 points, followed by Rhylan Kalb's 12 and Hadley Fuhrman's 10.
Heritage Hills 48, South Spencer 16: The Patriots (11-4, 5-0) won another Pocket Athletic Conference game Thursday night. Rebekah Gordon outscored the entire South Spencer team with 17 points.
North Knox 46, Southridge 40: The Raiders (7-9) ran into some foul trouble on Thursday. Marie Tempel, who tied a team-high 15 points, fouled out of the game. Kennedy Nalley, who also scored 15, had four fouls. This made it four straight defeats for Southridge.
Prep boys swimming
Northeast Dubois 117, South Spencer 47: The Jeeps saw more dominance from Lorenzo Vaiardi Thursday. His 1:49.10 time in the 200 freestyle and 1:00.65 feat in the 100 breaststroke were both 20 seconds better than second place.
Prep girls swimming
South Spencer 113, Northeast Dubois 58: Northeast Dubois has had some numbers challenges on the girls side this year, but that didn't stop the Jeeps from besting South Spencer in a couple of events Thursday. The quartet of Elizabeth Schepers, Sabrina Dunning, Hailey Sweeney and Anna Schnell finished in first in the 200 medley relay with a time of 2:24.50. Sweeney won the 50 freestyle with a 26.39 time.
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