Southridge, Heritage Hills top PAC basketball rivals

From Herald Staff Reports

Thursday saw four of five local teams compete in girls basketball action. Here's what happened.


Prep girls basketball


Heritage Hills 43, Tecumseh 31: It didn't take long for Kim Brown to get win No. 101 with the Patriots (6-2, 2-0). Heritage Hills bested Pocket Athletic Conference rival Tecumseh on its home floor Thursday. Junior Rebekah Gordon paced the Pats with 18 points, and sophomore Hadley Lytton was behind her with 13. This improved the Pats to a season-best three-game winning streak. The Patriots will try to make it four in a row Tuesday at home against Jasper.

Southridge 40, Tell City 19: The Raiders (5-5, 1-1) managed to snap a two-game skid with a road win on Thursday against PAC rival Tell City. It was the second of five consecutive conference games for the Raiders, who are scheduled on Tuesday to visit North Posey.

Castle 45, Jasper 33: The Wildcats (1-4) suffered their fourth straight defeat on Thursday. Senior Claire Knies and sophomore Aspen Sermersheim tied for a team-high 10 points. Jasper rarely got to the foul line, going 2-for-4 in free throws. The Wildcats can snap their skid Saturday at home against Evansville Central.

Springs Valley 48, Northeast Dubois 34: The Jeeps (3-7) could not push it to a third consecutive win Thursday night. Junior Jazlyn Sander was the only one in double-digits with 12 points. Northeast Dubois is scheduled Dec. 12 to play at Tell City.

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