Prep sports wrap: 4/26

From Herald Staff Reports

While inclement weather once again forced the postponement and rescheduling of several games and matches, a few local events were still able to take place.

Southridge took home first place at their girls track invitational while the Jasper girls track team was victorious on their senior night. Here’s a brief rundown of Thursday night’s prep sports action.


Patriots 156, Pioneers 207: The Heritage Hills boys golf team defeated Boonville on their home course on a wet Thursday afternoon.

Heritage Hills’ Carter Cox was the match medalist with a 37 while Rylan Cox (39), Josh Nelson (39), Ethan Kane (41), Mitch Blasdel (44) and Aidian Rea (49) rounded out the Pats’ scores.

Boonville was led by Nick Hyndman who fired a 50.

Track and Field

Cats top Knights on senior night: The Jasper girls track and field team defeated Castle 101 to 31 on the Wildcats senior night on Thursday.

Jasper took home first place honors in 15 of the 16 events.

First place finishers were Marissa Bradley (shot put, discus), Brynn Schwartz (high jump, 400m dash), Zoe Biggs (long jump, 100m dash, 200m dash), Olivia Biggs (pole vault), Grace Kizior (300m hurdles), Alyssa Skorge (800m run, 1600m run), Andi VanMeter (3200m run) and all three relay teams.

Raiders win their home invitational: The Southridge girls track and field team took first place at their home girls invitation with 174 points on Thursday evening. Heritage Hills placed second with 130 points, Princeton was third with 92 points and Northeast Dubois placed fourth with 56 points.

Southridge’s Grace Sickbert was the overall invitational MVP. The Raiders first place finishers were Sickbert (100m hurdles, 300m hurdles, long jump), Brooklyn Tretter (1600m run, 800m run), Monica Steckler (pole vault) and all three relay teams.

Heritage Hills’ first place finishers were Jenna Burns (200m dash, 100m dash), Katie Winkler (3200m run) and Rebekah Gordon (shot put).

Northeast Dubois’ highest placing finisher were Shelby Livingston (2nd in both the 800m run and 1600m run) and Sabrina Dunning (2nd, 3200m run).

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