Prep sports wrap: 10/3

From Herald Staff Reports

From thrilling sectional action to volleyball rivalries, here’s a brief rundown of Tuesday’s prep sports action.

Girls Soccer Sectionals


Wildcats 2, Titans 1: The Jasper girls soccer team opened up postseason play by defeating Gibson Southern in thrilling fashion, scoring the winning goal with just two minutes remaining in regulation.

Kara Krueger scored both goals for the Wildcats as she put the first one with 28 minutes to go in the second half. Gibson Southern answered shortly after off of a free kick but then Kruger scored Jasper’s game-winner with two minutes left. The Titans were unable to tie it as the Cats move on to the sectional semifinals to face Washington.

Regan Mundy and Leah Schnell had the assists for Jasper in the victory.

Tigers 6, Patriots 0: In a battle of two top girls soccer teams, Class 2A No. 1 Evansville Memorial shut down No. 10 Heritage Hills to advance to the sectional semifinals.

Memorial led 3-0 at halftime as Elle Unfried, Mallory Wittmer and Ryleigh Anslinger were able to score for the Tigers. They upped their lead to 6-0 in the second half courtesy of goals from Annah Hopkins, Eve Timmons and Izzy Alexander.



Patriots 3, Raiders 0: In a battle of PAC foes and county neighbors, Heritage Hills cruised to a clean sweep over Southridge 25-16, 25-8, 25-22.

Stat leaders for the Patriots were Shelby Skelton (10 kills), Rebekah Gordon (10 kills), Brianna Quinn (16 assists, eight digs), Hannah Marchand (10 assists), Hannah Schnuck (16 digs), Madison Hagedorn (10 digs) and Wes Cochren (five blocks).

Leading the way for the Raiders was Anna Altstadt (seven kills, nine digs, three aces), Savannah Goeppner (nine assists, 13 digs), Amanda Brewer (nine digs, five kills) and Rose Tempel (three blocks).

Vikings 3, Jeeps 0: In a match that decided the Blue Chip regular season champion, Barr-Reeve came out on top in a straight-set victory 25-13, 25-17, 25-10.

Stat leaders for Northeast Dubois were Taylor Dodd (11 kills, 18 digs), Chloe Terwiske (14 assists), Brooklyn Dodd (14 digs) and Molly Lueken (10 digs, two blocks).

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