Prep sports roundup: 5/16May 16, 2018
From Herald Staff Reports
Rain stayed away from Dubois County on Tuesday night which meant several area teams were in action. Here’s a brief rundown of all of the games and matches that you might have missed.
Wildcats 11, Pioneers 1: After losing back-to-back games for just the second time this year, Jasper came out firing on all cylinders to defeat Boonville in five innings. The loss was the Pioneers first conference defeat of the season. Eric Nordhoff was the winning pitcher for Jasper.
Raiders victorious in doubleheader: The Southridge baseball team finished their rain-delayed game against Tell City from last week before playing Shoals and in both games, the Raiders were victorious 9-3. Kade and Weston Allen were the two winning pitchers in the games while Chase Taylor had four RBIs while Colson Montgomery and Max Sermersheim drove in three runs. Sermersheim hit the first home run of the year at League Stadium against Shoals in the second game.
Rangers 13, Panthers 3: Forest Park’s six-run third inning helped propel them to a five-inning victory over Corydon Central on Tuesday. Gavin Knust went 3-for-3 with a solo home run while Trever Zink and Garrett Berg both drove in three runs each. Knust was victorious on the mound for Forest Park.
Patriots 7, Rebels 3: Trailing 3-0 going into their final at bats of the night, Heritage Hills scored all seven of their runs in the top of the seventh inning for a come-from-behind PAC victory over South Spencer. Simon Scherry led the way with three RBIs while Nathan Lamar drove in a pair. Lamar was also the winning pitcher on the mound for the Pats.
Raiders 173, Tigers 212: Southridge was victorious in Huntingburg on Tuesday over Princeton as Owen Kinker led the way with a 40. Coby Reller was second on the Raiders with a 41 while Michael Kappner shot a 44.
Raiders 15, Vikings 3: Southridge put runs across the board in every inning except the fourth en route to a big road victory over Barr-Reeve. Peyton Nalley had a team-high six RBIs while Kennedy Nalley drove in three runs and Madison Songer drove in a pair. Briley King, Bre Wilkey, Macie Marley and Morgan Stapleton all also had RBIs. King was the winning pitcher for the Raiders.
Panthers 10, Patriots 2: Evansville Reitz was able to maintain a constant offense throughout the night as their 16 hits carried them past Heritage Hills. Driving in the Pats two runs were Lauren Caswell and Maddie Fuller while Emma Eubank also had a pair of hits. Eubank took the loss on the mound for Heritage Hills.
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