Prep sports wrap: 5/1April 30, 2019
From Herald Staff Reports
Another Jasper runner set a record on Tuesday night while one Heritage Hills track athlete broke a school record late on Monday evening.
Here’s a brief rundown of what you might have missed in local prep sports.
Jug Rox 5, Jeeps 0: It was a rough outing for the Northeast Dubois baseball team as they suffered a Blue Chip conference setback at Shoals.
The Jeeps mustered just one base hit, a Colby Pieper single, in the loss on Tuesday evening. Pieper also took the loss on the mound as he gave up 10 hits and five earned runs while striking out three.
Rangers place second at quad meet: The Forest Park boys golf team placed second at the Springs Valley quad meet at the Donald Ross Golf Course with a score of 180. Perry Central placed first with a 173.
Forest Park’s Brant Tretter was co-medalist with a score of 40 while Colin Lane (43), Gavin Edele (48), Jake Rickelman (49), Cooper Uebelhor (53) and Keenan Bertges (53) rounded out the rest of the Rangers’ scores.
Rangers 5, Marksmen 4: The Forest Park softball team recorded its first conference victory of the season as a late seventh inning RBI from Lydia Hauser pushed them past Tell City.
Kylie Giesler and Ali Welp both had multi-hit games for Forest Park and also both drove in RBIs. Hauser and Jordyn Wiseman also drove in runs for the Rangers.
Allyson Werner was the winning pitcher on the mound for Forest Park as she gave up just four hits, five runs (zero earned) while striking out two and walking three.
Jeeps 14, Jug Rox 0: A night after defeating conference foe Wood Memorial in five innings, the Jeeps ousted another Blue Chip rival in five as they defeated Shoals on Tuesday.
The Jeeps notched 15 hits with Camryn Stemle finished 3-of-3 as she was a home run shy of the cycle. Brooklyn Dodd, Hadley Fuhrman, Alexus Royer and Macie Brinkman all also had multi-hit games.
Stemle pitched a two-hitter on the mound for the win. She also struck out four Shoals batters.
Warriors 13, Patriots 2: The Heritage Hills softball team dropped its second consecutive game after falling to Evansville Harrison at home on Tuesday.
The Warriors used a six-run second inning to gain momentum and they never looked back from there. Emma Eubank, Summer Weedman, Mariah Zoglman and Lauren Caswell all had hits for Heritage Hills.
Kyla Peter took the loss on the mound for the Patriots.
Wildcats 4, Hatchets 1: Jasper improved to 3-0 in Big Eight conference play this season with a road victory at Washington on Tuesday.
Winners for the Wildcats were Josie Yarbrough (No. 1 singles), Emma Reutepohler (No. 3 singles), Suchi Bandaru/Hadley Meyer (No. 1 doubles) and Taylor Marshall/Delaney Wigand (No. 2 doubles).
Rangers 4, Marksmen 1: Forest Park recorded a key conference victory by defeating Tell City at home.
Brooke Haug (No. 1 singles), Leah Wilmes (No. 3 singles), Molly Lusk/Kaylee Uebelhor (No. 1 doubles) and Payton Dilger/Emma Grundhoefer (No. 2 doubles) were all victorious for the Rangers.
Jeeps 3, Chargers 2: Northeast Dubois remained perfect on the season with a road victory at Pike Central.
Chloe Terwiske (No. 1 singles), Paige Knies/Alexis Stafford (No. 1 doubles) and Olivia Schroering/Delaney Rasche (No. 2 doubles) were all winners for Northeast Dubois.
Rebels 4, Patriots 1: It was a rough outing for the Heritage Hills girls tennis team as they dropped a road conference match at South Spencer.
The lone victor for the Patriots was Carly Sabelhaus at the No. 1 singles spot. She defeated Marcedes Ahlbrecht 6-4, 6-4.
Track and Field
Cats win Pioneer Invite: The Jasper boys track and field team defeated Boonville, Pike Central and North Posey to win the Pioneer Invite in Boonville.
Will Smith broke a school record in the 800m run with a time of 1:57 for the Wildcats. Other first place finishers for Jasper were Easton Bair (100m dash, long jump), Reece Milligan (400m dash, 200m dash), Raife Milligan (300m hurdles), Jackson Miller (3200m run), Jadon Mehringer (shot put), Mitch Kaiser (pole vault) and the 3200, 400 and 1600 relays.
Patriots sweep Jeeps: The Heritage Hills boys and girls track teams both cruised to victory over Northeast Dubois late Monday evening. The boys were victorious 98-34 while the girls were winners by a final score of 97-34.
On the boys side, Heritage Hills’ first place finishers were Kyndell Carter (100m dash), Mitchell Hopf (1600m run, 800m run, 3200m run), Kaden Feldpausch (400m dash, 200m dash), Eli Wilson (300m hurdles), Cody Moffitt (shot put), Alex Schaeffer (discus), Owen Schaad (long jump), Dominic Williams (high jump), Alex Hasty (pole vault) and all three relay teams. Northeast Dubois’ lone first place finisher was Dante Miller in the 110m hurdles.
For the girls, Heritage Hills’ Jenna Burns broke a school record in the 400m dash with a time of 59.51. The old record was set by Sienna Crews in 2015 (1:00.19). Burns also placed first in the 100m and 200m dash.
First place finishers for the Patriots were Elizabeth Williams (100m hurdles), Claire Lange (300m hurdles, high jump), Katie Winkler (3200m run), Rebekah Gordon (shot put), Makinze Kaetzel (discus), Abi Wilson (long jump) and all three relay teams. Northeast Dubois’ first place finishers were Shelby Livingston (1600m run, 800m run) and Morgan Schepers (pole vault).
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