Many local wrestlers head to semistateFebruary 8, 2020
From Herald Staff Reports
Another Saturday, another busy sports day. The Dubois County Herald has what you're looking for.
At Bloomington South Regional: Five Jasper wrestlers are going to semistate after taking sixth as a team at the Bloomington South regional. The Wildcats saw a trio of junior in Jainier Milanes in the 106-pound class, freshman Jeb Prechtel in the 126-pound class and sophomore Ian Giesler in the 145-pound class. Senior Sam Bies finished fourth in the 152-pound class, and the crown jewel of the day was once again sophomore Ashton Schuetter, who won the regional championship in the 195-pound class.
Southridge is also sending wrestlers to semistate after grabbing fifth at the same regional. Freshman Xavier Horton was the runner up in the 120-pound class. Sophomore Carson Niehaus did the same in the 138-pound class, as did senior Weston Allen in the 182-pound class. Senior Sam Schroeder won the 160-pound class.
Forest Park will not have any semistate qualifiers. Senior Isaac Brosmer lost his opening match in the 113-pound class at Bloomington South.
At Evansville North Regional: Heritage Hills did not produce any regional champions, but is sending four to semistate. Seniors Sam Scott and Phoenix Rodgers were the runners-up in the 120 and 195-pound classes, respectively. Senior Beau Heeke took third in the 132-pound class and freshman Brenden Chew in the 138-pound class.
Prep boys basketball
Jeffersonville 68, Southridge 40: The Raiders (8-12) dropped their third consecutive game and are 1-6 in their last seven. Senior Garrett Voegerl fouled out, but not before leading the team with 17 points. He was the only player with double digits for Southridge. The Raiders made all four of their free throw attempts.
Southridge will be back Feb. 15 at home against Pocket Athletic Conference rival Tell City.
Barr-Reeve 52, Northeast Dubois 44: Tough times continue for the Jeeps (11-8) who have suddenly lost four in a row after previously having a five-game win streak. Seniors Ethan Ziegler and Reece Bauer scored 15 and 14 points, respectively. However, this did not suffice. Northeast Dubois scored a mere two points in the third quarter.
The Jeeps return to action Tuesday at North Daviess.
More on DuboisCountyHerald.com
All spring sports were wiped away before they ever got off the ground.
Many area freshman grew up with the dream to one day play sports at the varsity level. That day...
To call these uncertain times is one of the great understatements of our lifetime.
Uncertainty is at an all-time high as players and coaches alike try to stay prepared for a...
Right now the tennis courts at Jasper High School sit empty.
Northeast Dubois girls tennis coach Tina Terwiske is worried about her players.
Heritage Hills should be ready to go as long as it gets those five practices in, weather permitting.
Both coaches for the Heritage Hills track and field program choose to be optimistic about the...