Lytton breaks assists recordAugust 23, 2021
By Herald Staff
Heritage Hills girls soccer ran away with a 9-0 victory Saturday at home against Evansville Bosse, but that's not all that stood out.
Seniors Hadley Lytton and Ella Schnieders each recorded a hat trick, and Lytton got her name into the record books. She had two helpers in the game for the Patriots to give her the most assists in program history. Lytton is at 41 assists, surpassing Breigh Hasse, who recorded 40 assists between 2011 and 2014.
Local teams ranked
The Indiana Soccer Coaches Association unveiled in its Monday poll of some local soccer teams that had been ranked on both sides. On the girls side, Forest Park was ranked No. 2 in Class 1A, and Heritage Hills No. 9 in Class 2A. Meanwhile, Forest Park and Northeast Dubois were ranked No. 16 and No. 18 in Class 1A on the boys side, respectively, and Heritage Hills came in at No. 7 in Class 2A.
Jasper was also ranked No. 23 in the first poll of the Indiana High School Tennis Coaches Association Monday.
Wolf Wins Again
Saturday brought about a banner day for Forest Park cross country at the Southwestern Invitational.
Senior Spenser Wolf won his third race of the season with a time of 16:25.34 to go along with the Aug. 14 win at the Borden Warparth Invite and on Thursday at the Forest Park Invite. Forest Park's boys came in second place, while the girls, led by senior Ellie Hall, won the meet. Hall finished in second place with a time of 21:01.19.
The National Amateur Baseball Federation recognized first baseman Landon Mokris of the Jasper Reds as part of its 11-player all-tournament team for the College Division World Series in Youngstown, Ohio. The Petersburg resident and North Daviess graduate batted .353 in the World Series, and .486 on the season. Mokris plays at Illinois' Greenville University.
The Northeast Dubois Endowment Scholarship Golf Scramble is set for Sept. 19 at Lucas Oil Golf Course. The scramble is entry fee is $60 per player, covering all fees, a mulligan and a lunch. Teams will be handicapped and receive prizes, plus there will be additional hole prizes. This event is limited to the first 30 teams.
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