Prep sports roundup: 4/12April 12, 2018
From Herald Staff Reports
Need help catching up on what happened in Wednesday night’s prep sports action? Here’s a rundown of what you might have missed last night.
Wildcats 9, Chargers 2: Jasper improved to 5-1 on the season with a big victory over Pike Central in Petersburg last night. The Cats took an early 4-0 lead after the first three innings and never looked back from there.
Tigers 8, Patriots 4: Heritage Hills rallied late to tie Evansville Memorial at four runs a piece in the top of the sixth inning but the Tigers answered with a four-run bottom of the sixth and were able to hold off the Pats to seal the win. Reece Gogel got the loss on the mound while Noah Chesnut, Cayden Kratzer and Murray Becher each had a hit.
Wildcats 16, Hatchets 4: After trading runs with Washington for the first two and a half innings, Jasper exploded for an 11-run bottom of the third to take full control and get the win in five innings. Grace Colvin got her second win of the year while her and Hannah Schwenk both had a double and Madison Allen added a triple.
Lions 5, Raiders 4: Loogootee scored two runs in the bottom of the seventh inning to get the walk-off win over Southridge. Boo Polley was the pitcher for the Raiders while Morgan Stapleton and Macie Marley both added RBIs for Southridge.
Patriots 12, Tigers 3: A quick 7-0 lead for Heritage Hills through the first two innings was enough to carry them to the victory over Princeton on Wednesday evening. Megan Kralj was the winning pitcher on the mound while Ali Wade led the way with 3 RBIs and Brianna Quinn batted two runs in.
More on DuboisCountyHerald.com
Hardwood season might be over, but the Jasper softball team had a bit of March magic to share...
While rain-soaked fields forced the postponement of several area softball games, two local track...
There’s a rather impressive talent pool of boys basketball players around the area and on...
A Q&A with Jasper senior girls soccer standout Leah Schnell who will be playing collegiately at...
While the weather hasn’t necessarily been the warmest, the area boys track teams have been...
A Q&A with Southridge senior Wyatt Kramer who will be playing football and wrestling...
Maybe the most significant in-game coaching adjustment by Cabby O’Neill came 70 years ago,...
After some setbacks over the past few years, Lydia Genet was unsure if she’d step foot on a...