Prep sports wrap: 4/16April 15, 2019
From Herald Staff Reports
Interested in finding out what happened on Monday night in local prep sports?
Look no further as here’s a rundown of everything you might have missed from last night’s action.
Patriots 171, Chargers 178: Just two days after winning the Washington Invitational, the Heritage Hills boys golf team continued its winning ways by defeating Pike Central at Christmas Lake Golf Course.
Rylan Cox led the Pats with a 41 while Josh Nelson and Ethan Kane both fired 43’s. Carter Cox added a 44, Mitch Blasdel scored a 45 and Aidian Rea shot a 54 to round out scoring for Heritage Hills.
Pike Central’s Noah Onyett was the match medalist with a 40.
Rangers 5, Commodores 4: Forest Park won its second consecutive game in thrilling fashion as they defeated Perry Central in extra innings on Monday.
Lydia Hauser had a two-RBI double to send the game into extra innings and Amber Theising drove in the game-winning run with an RBI single. Allyson Werner pitched a complete game victory on the mound.
Ali Welp had her first career homer in the win while Lydia Hauser was 2-of-4 with a single, double and 2 RBIs.
Jeeps 6, Bulldogs 2: The Northeast Dubois softball team recorded a home victory on Monday as they defeated Orleans thanks to 11 hits.
Brooklyn Dodd, Hadley Fuhrman and Macie Brinkman all had multiple hits while Camryn Stemle and Alexus Royer both drove in two RBIs each.
Stemle got the win on the mound for Northeast Dubois.
Patriots 9, Chargers 1: Heritage Hills recorded its first conference victory of the season with a rout of Pike Central in Petersburg on Monday.
Lauren Caswell, Emma Eubank, Mallory Garrison, Kyla Peter and Whitney Ward all had multiple hits while Sydney Richards and Mariah Zoglman both had three RBIs each.
Eubank was victorious on the mound for the Patriots as she struck out 11 batters while allowing just six hits.
Jeeps 3, Vikings 2: Northeast Dubois improved to 5-0 on the season and a perfect 3-0 in conference play with a home victory over Barr-Reeve.
Winners for the Jeeps were Chloe Terwiske (No. 1 singles), Olivia Rasche (No. 2 singles) and Olivia Schroering/Delaney Rasche (No. 2 doubles).
Chargers 4, Rangers 1: In a PAC battle, Pike Central defeated Forest Park at home.
The Rangers lone win came at No. 1 doubles as Molly Lusk and Kaylee Uebelhor were victorious with a score of 6-1, 6-3.
Patriots 5, Panthers 0: Heritage Hills had a clean sweep of Corydon Central on Monday afternoon in Lincoln City.
Winners for the Patriots were Carly Sabelhaus (No. 1 singles), Mallory Tempel (No. 2 singles), Kya Weatherholt (No. 3 singles), Kaci Ayer/Emily Patmore (No. 1 doubles) and Liz Gehlhausen/Avery Neff (No. 2 doubles).
Track and Field
Jasper boys defeat Boonville: The Jasper boys track and field team cruised to a 92-40 home victory over Big Eight rival Boonville on Monday.
Jasper’s first place finishers were Jadon Mehringer (shot put), Kyle Hedinger (long jump), Mitch Kaiser (pole vault, 100m dash), Will Smith (1600m run), Reece Milligan (400m dash, 200m dash), Raife Milligan (300m hurdles), Sam Leonard (800m run), Drew O’Neil (3200m run) and all three relay teams.
Raider girls victorious, boys second: The Southridge track and field teams hosted Gibson Southern, Tecumseh and Evansville Christian on Tuesday evening.
The girls were victorious with 115 points while the boys fell to Gibson Southern who placed first with 116 points. Southridge’s boys placed second with 85 points.
First place finishers for the girls were Grace Sickbert (100m hurdles, 300m hurdles, long jump), Alexis Brady (100m dash), Brooklyn Tretter (1600m run, 800m run), Anna Altstadt (400m dash, 200m dash, high jump), Monica Steckler (pole vault) and the 3200m and 400m relay teams.
For the boys, first place finishers were Garrett Voegerl (long jump, high jump), Jaden Hayes (discus) and Brad Springer (pole vault).
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