Prep sports wrap: 1/19January 18, 2019
From Herald Staff Reports
The Northeast Dubois boys basketball team travelled to Vincennes on Friday night while the Jasper boys and girls swim teams celebrated their senior night late on Thursday.
Here’s a brief rundown of what you might have missed.
Patriots 46, Jeeps 34: The Northeast Dubois boys basketball team hit the road to head to Vincennes on Friday evening for a conference battle and lost a tough game to Rivet.
The Jeeps and Patriots were tied at halftime but Vincennes Rivet used a 30-18 second half advantage to pull away from the Jeeps and secure the victory.
Northeast Dubois was led by Marshall Knies who finished with nine points while Nick Lueken added seven and Logan Dodd finished with six points.
Wildcats top Pioneers on senior night: The Jasper boys and girls swim teams both came away with victories over Boonville on senior night this past Thursday. The boys were victorious 95 to 90 while the girls ran away for a 138-48 rout.
On the boys side, Jasper only had two first place finishers (Connor Nolan, 200 individual medley and the 200 medley relay team of Evan Mehringer, Abe Eckman, Amos Buschkoetter and Noah Wagner) but used their depth and plethora of second and third place finishes to squeak out the win.
For the girls, first place finishes went to Megan Matheis (200 freestyle, 100 breaststroke), Avery Henke (200 individual medley, 100 butterfly), Carmina Armstrong (50 freestyle, 100 freestyle), Zoe Biggs (diving), Madison Matheis (500 freestyle) and the 200 medley, 200 freestyle and 400 freestyle relay teams.
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