Prep sports wrap: 11/20November 19, 2018
From Herald Staff Reports
A few area girls basketball teams were in action on Monday night while one local swim team began their season.
Here’s a brief rundown of Monday night’s prep sports action.
Trojans 83, Jeeps 42: The Northeast Dubois’ girls basketball team’s rough season continued on Monday night as they struggled to get much going against Blue Chip foe Wood Memorial on the road.
The Jeeps trailed just 19-12 after the first quarter but a whopping 25-2 advantage for the Trojans in the second quarter lifted them to a 44-14 halftime lead.
Wood Memorial kept up its stellar play in the second half en route to the victory.
Madison Cave led the Jeeps with 13 points while Hadley Fuhrman added 11.
Pioneers 55, Raiders 49: Just like the Jeeps, Southridge has also struggled at the beginning of the season as they fell to Boonville at home on Monday as they still search for the first victory of the year.
The Raiders will be back in action on Nov. 27 as they’ll face county rivals and Pocket Athletic Conference foe Forest Park at home in Huntingburg.
No individual stats were reported.
Jeeps open season against Salem: The Northeast Dubois boys and girls swim teams kicked off their seasons on Monday night at home against Salem. The boys finished first with 96 points (Salem had no team score) while the girls fell to the Lions 96-43.
First place finishers on the boys side were Cole Tretter (200 freestyle), Colby Stafford (200 individual medley, 100 butterfly), Carter Beckman (50 freestyle, 100 breaststroke), Pierce Brinkman (100 freestyle), Trenton Harrison (500 freestyle, 100 backstroke) and the 200 medley relay team, the 200 freestyle relay team and the 400 freestyle relay team.
For the girls, first place finishers were Anna Schnell (200 freestyle), Emily Merkley (500 freestyle) and the 400 freestyle relay team of Schnell, Merkley, Adelle Fravell and Jade Mundy.
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