Jeeps win, Wildcats fall in girls basketball actionDecember 3, 2019
From Herald Staff Reports
Here are the results from area high school prep sports activities Tuesday night.
Prep girls basketball
Northeast Dubois 82, Washington Catholic 23: The Jeeps (3-6, 2-1) had five players in double digits in this Pocket Athletic Conference matchup. Leading the way was senior Madison Cave, who had a game-high 17 points. Sophomore Hadley Fuhrman, who had been the team's leading scorer in recent games, came in second with 11 points. Northeast Dubois went for 35 points in the second quarter, and on Thursday will be back on the road at Springs Valley.
North Harrison 62, Jasper 51: The Wildcats (1-3) dropped their third straight game on Tuesday despite a game-high 22 points from senior Brooke Nottingham. Fellow senior Claire Knies had 13. Jasper scored double digits in every quarter except the first. It will look to snap its skid Thursday at Castle.
Prep boys basketball
Southridge 50, Pike Central 30: The Raiders (1-1, 1-0) got their first win of the season on Tuesday in what was their Pocket Athletic Conference opener over Pike Central. Southridge will have two days off before being back at it on Friday and Saturday. The Raiders will play their first two home games of the year against Washington and Evansville Mater Dei, respectively.
Mt. Vernon 69, Heritage Hills 11: The Patriots (0-1) could not win their season opener on Tuesday.
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