Prep sports roundup: 5/18May 18, 2018
From Herald Staff Reports
While rain caused some interruptions and cancellations on Thursday evening, other area teams were still able to get their games and matches in. Here’s a brief rundown of all of last night’s local prep sports action.
Wildcats 10, Cardinals 1: Jasper was able to get out to a fast start against Bloomfield before the rain came and canceled the game early in the fourth inning. The Cats have one more game before the regular season wraps up as they’ll play Bloomington South at home on Monday.
Pioneers 5, Raiders 2: Boonville was able to get a few big timely hits as they shut down Southridge last night at League Stadium. Southridge was right in it trailing 3-2 heading into the final inning but Boonville put up some big insurance runs to seal the victory. Tucker Schank and Max Sermersheim drove in the Raider runs while Michael Brown took the loss on the mound.
Jeeps 15, Lions 0: It didn’t take long for Northeast Dubois’ offense to get flowing against Blue Chip foe Loogootee as they were victorious in five innings as they held the Lions to just one hit. Griffen Bauer and Owen Furhman went yard with home runs while Case Eisenhut pitched a one-hitter while striking out seven.
Trojans 170, Raiders 180: Wood Memorial narrowly defeated Southridge at the Huntingburg Country Club on Tuesday with Carter Creedon and Paxton Showmeyer pacing Wood Memorial with 39’s. Southridge was led by Coby Reller who shot a 43 while Michael Kappner shot a 44.
Highlanders 7, Wildcats 0: Jasper’s offense was shut down by Floyd Central as the Highlanders held the Cats out of the run column for just the third time this year. Mia Werner and Grace Werner both had two hits each for Jasper while Mia Werner took the loss on the mound.
Marksmen 14, Raiders 3: In a battle of PAC rivals, Tell City jumped on Southridge early and didn’t look back for a five-inning victory in Huntingburg. Megan Buechler drove in all three of the Southridge runs while Boo Polley was the losing pitcher for the Raiders.
Rangers 11, Tigers 10: In a game full of offense, Southridge outslugged Princeton despite being outhit 14-12. Kylie Giesler was 3-for-4 and drove in the game winning run in the top of the seventh inning. Samantha Jarboe and Taylor Bayer both had home runs in the game (Bayer’s was a grand slam) and Ally Werner was the winning pitcher for the Rangers.
Chargers 11, Jeeps 2: Pike Central’s offense was on fire as they racked up 17 hits to defeat Northeast Dubois in Dubois. Macie Brinkman led the Jeeps with two runs driven in while Camryn Stemle took the loss on the mound.
Patriots 5, Rebels 2: Tied 2-2 going into the sixth inning, Heritage Hills scored two runs in the sixth and one in the seventh to defeat conference and county foe South Spencer on the road. Ali Wade and Lauren Caswell both hit home runs while Emma Eubank pitched a complete game victory on the mound.
Patriots 5, Pioneers 0: Heritage Hills shut down Boonville in their opening match of the IHSAA sectional in Castle. With the victory, the Patriots will have the rematch they wanted against the host Knights in the championship tonight at 5 p.m. Victorious last night for Heritage Hills at the singles positions was Kate Kaetzel, Kyla Dilger and Carly Sabelhaus and at the doubles positions winners were Sydney Rube/Kya Weatherholt and Mallory Tempel/Abby Ruxer.
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