Northeast Dubois picks up first win of season

From Herald staff reports

Jeeps top Tell City: Northeast Dubois is in the win column for the first time this season.

The Jeeps (1-4) broke through Saturday with a 45-25 win against Tell City to take seventh place in the Corydon Central Tournament. Sophomore Hadley Fuhrman had a team-high 10 points for Northeast Dubois, while junior Jazlyn Sander was second with eight.

Northeast Dubois is set at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday to host South Knox. This Jeeps lost this matchup last year, 54-31.

Raiders finish sixth: Southridge grabbed sixth place in the Corydon Central Tournament. The Raiders (3-3) first took down the Jeeps, 62-36, Saturday morning, powered by a 42-point effort by sophomore Myah Montgomery. However, the Raiders lost to the host Panthers, 46-39. Montgomery dropped 23 points this time.

The Raiders are scheduled at 8 p.m. Tuesday to visit Evansville Mater Dei. Southridge lost, 41-34, last year. The next win Raiders coach Greg Werner gets will be the 300th of his career. He also sits at 195 wins at Southridge.

Patriots defeat South Central: Heritage Hills won its second game in a row on Saturday at South Central (Elizabeth), 79-44. The Patriots (3-1) had four players in double figures. Sophomore Hadley Lytton dropped 18. Senior Brianna Quinn scored 14. Junior Kylee Appman scored 13 points and two steals, while fellow junior Rebekah Gordon had a double-double for the fourth straight game to begin the season. Gordon had 11 points, pulled down 15 rebounds and had one assist and one steal each.

The Pats are scheduled to return the floor at 8 p.m. ET Tuesday at home against Evansville North. Heritage Hills squeaked out a 38-35 win between these two teams last season.

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