Prep sports roundup: 4/13April 13, 2018
From Herald Staff Reports
Thursday was a busy night in local prep sports action but no worries, here’s a rundown to help you catch up on what you might have missed.
Wildcats 4, Knights 2: In a tough matchup against Castle, Jasper was able to take a late lead as Quintin Gordon drove in two runs in the bottom of the fifth to help carry the Cats to victory. Jasper will be back in action against New Albany tonight.
Raiders 2, Tigers 0: Logan Seger got the win on the mound for Southridge as he nearly pitched a complete game while giving up just three hits and striking out five as the Raiders defeated Princeton. Southridge’s RBIs came from Tucker Schank and Max Sermersheim.
Cats get past Pioneers, Braves: Jasper’s boys golf team shot a 171 to defeat Boonville (187) and Tecumseh (245) on Thursday at Boonville. Jack Bies finished with a 40 for Jasper while Bryan Hagan shot a 43. Evan Wolfe and Landon Kissel both finished with a score of 44.
Raiders squeak by in victory: Southridge narrowly defeated Forest Park by three strokes in last night’s match at Huntingburg Country Club while Loogootee and South Spencer were also close behind. Forest Park’s Jake Rickelman was the medalist with a personal best 44 while Tristan Boerner led Southridge with a 48.
Patriots fall just short: Heritage Hills came close to a second straight victory but finished second behind Gibson Southern who shot a 180 while the Patriots shot a 190. Josh Nelson led the Pats with a score of 41.
Titans 5, Rangers 0: Forest Park was held to just three hits against PAC foe Gibson Southern on Thursday as they couldn’t get much offense going. The Titans had two home runs on the evening while Forest Park’s three hits came from Kylie Giesler, Taryn Prechtel and Mayson VanMeter.
Jeeps 6, Marksmen 1: Northeast Dubois continued their hot streak against a solid Tell City team as the Jeeps four-run outburst in the first inning helped carry them in the victory. Clare Mangin was the winning pitcher while Kyndal Green drove in two runs.
Raiders 4, Rebels 1: Southridge got a PAC victory on Thursday as they were victorious over South Spencer with the Rebels lone win coming on a forfeit. The No. 2 doubles team of Sam Lange and Katlyn Brewer won an exciting match as it took an extended tiebreak in the final set to decide things but the Raiders came out on top 16-14.
On Wednesday, Southridge rolled to a 5-0 victory over Princeton.
Jeeps 4, Spartans 1: Northeast Dubois bounced back against South Knox after losing their past two matches against Southridge and Loogootee. The Jeeps swept the three singles positions with three straight-set victories.
Patriots 5, Rangers 0: Heritage Hills cruised to a conference victory over Forest Park as they battled back from being a set down in two of their five matches. No. 2 singles Kyla Dilger bounced back after dropping the first set to Emmy Miller 7-5 by winning the next two 6-1 and 6-0 while the No. 1 doubles team of Sydney Rube and Avery Neff rebounded after falling behind to Liv Brames and Kaylee Uebelhor 6-1 in the first set but won the final two sets 6-2 and 7-6 (7-5).
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