Prep sports roundup: 4/13April 13, 2018
From Herald Staff Reports
Here’s a brief rundown of what happened in Friday night’s local prep sports action:
Cougars 10, Jeeps 6: Northeast Dubois fell just short against North Daviess on the road on Friday night as the Jeeps four-game win streak was busted.
Patriots 6, Warriors 4: Heritage Hills had a 5-0 lead for the majority of the game and nearly surrendered it as Evansville Harrison put up a four-spot in the fourth inning but the Pats held on for the victory. Simon Scherry was the winning pitcher for the Patriots.
Wildcats 10, Cougars 0: Jasper opened up their home softball invitational with a large victory over North Harrison. Leading by just two after three innings, Jasper added two more in the fifth and six more in the sixth to clinch the win in six innings.
Wildcats 4, Patriots 1: Evansville Mater Dei was able to hold Heritage Hills to just five hits and hang on to the victory at home. Lauren Caswell drove in the lone Patriot run while Emma Eubank took the loss on the mound.
Track and Field
Pats cruise at Tell City: The Heritage Hills boys and girls track teams both finished first overall at the Tell City Invitational with Patriot runner Mitchell Hopf taking the invite’s MVP award.
On Thursday, the Pats split with Boonville with the boys victorious and the girls finishing second.
First place finishers for the boys were Hopf (1600m run), Kaden Feldpausch (400m dash), Damian Coalter (3200m run), Caleb Keller (long jump), Malachi Yeager (high jump), Jacob Lubbehusen (pole vault) and the 4x800 and 4x400 relay teams.
First place finishers for the girls were Kerragan Mulzer (400m dash, long jump), Marlee Vinson (800m run), Jenna Burns (200m dash) and the 4x100 relay team.
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