Prep sports wrap: 8/22August 22, 2018
From Herald Staff Reports
It was a busy Tuesday night around Dubois County with a plethora of local teams in action.
Here’s a brief rundown of what you might have missed in local area sports.
Jeeps overpower Rams: In a boys cross country meet at Dubois on Tuesday, Northeast Dubois was able to have some strong runs and finish 1st and 2nd overall.
Nathan Schnell was the overall winner with a time of 18:46 while Pierce Brinkman placed second with a time of 20:00.
Raiders narrowly top Rebels, Pats: In a girls golf battle at Christmas Lake Golf Course, Southridge came out with a first-place finish in a very close match, winning by just one point over South Spencer, 209-210. Heritage Hills finished third with a 255.
Southridge’s Baileigh Schneider was the match medalist with a score of 38, while Macie Marley (52), Meredith Heim (58), Isabel Morrison (61), Megan Buechler (65) and Peyton Nalley (66) rounded out the Raiders’ scoring.
For Heritage Hills, Jayden Reyes’ 61 led the way, with Selena Barrientos (63), Taylor Klem (64), Katelyn Davis (67), Lucia Yanez (67) and Maricruz Prado (70) following.
Alices 197, Rangers 244: Vincennes Lincoln defeated Forest Park on Tuesday thanks to strong play from their co-medalists Natalie Leonard and Natalie Kirchoff, who both finished with scores of 48.
Maya Jones led Forest Park with a 53, while Makayla McKim (58), Audrey Jones (61), Shelby Hanna (64), Kelsie Jacob (65), Grace Wendholt (66), Ella Borden (66) and Alexis Lasher (71) followed.
Raiders 8, Marksmen 2: The Southridge boys soccer team cruised to a victory over PAC foe Tell City on Tuesday night in Huntingburg.
The Raiders scored four goals in each half, including two from Jorge Soto and Jonathan Escobar. Denniss Villalta, Jeffery Echeverria, Jaylon Leon and Jeovany Dubon also all had goals. Soto had a pair of assists, while Escobar and Lucas Martinez had one each.
Pioneers 2, Rangers 0: In a girls soccer battle, Providence scored a goal in both the first and second half en route to a 2-0 victory over Forest Park.
With the loss, the Rangers fell to 1-2 on the season.
Patriots 4, Eagles 1: Heritage Hills’ girls soccer team used a strong three-goal first half to cruise to a road victory at Evansville Day.
Kiersten Schuler scored two goals for the Patriots in the win while Olivia Meunier and Avery Neff added the other scores. Schuler, Lydia Genet, Ali Wade and Hadley Lytton had the assists for Heritage Hills.
Wildcats 5, Pioneers 0: In boys tennis action, Jasper cruised to a 5-0 victory over conference foe Boonville, while dropping just two individual games.
Winners for Jasper were Eli Franks (No. 1 singles), Mickey Kluemper (No. 2 singles), Max Sternberg (No. 3 singles), Jobe Luebbehusen/Bennett Schmitt (No. 1 doubles) and Mitch Kluemper/Hudson Himsel (No. 2 doubles).
Lions 5, Raiders 0: A day after ending Northeast Dubois’ five-year regular season winning streak, Loogootee cruised to a victory over Southridge on Tuesday night.
The Lions won all five matches in straight sets over the Raiders. No. 1 singles Carson Mundy had the closest match, as he fell 6-4, 6-3 to Max Christmas.
Tigers 3, Raiders 0: In a non-conference battle, Princeton defeated Southridge 25-10, 25-18, 26-24 at Princeton on Tuesday evening.
The Raiders’ statistical leaders were Rose Tempel (five kills), Mady Neukam (eight assists, two aces), Amanda Brewer (16 digs) and Anna Altstadt (three blocks).
Wildcats 3, Rangers 0: In a meeting between sectional foes, Evansville Mater Dei got the best of Forest Park, defeating the Rangers 25-11, 25-15, 25-11.
Stat leaders for the Rangers were Kylie Giesler (five kills, four points, eight digs), Allyson Werner (seven assists), Jordyn Wiseman (eight digs) and Faith Zazzetti (two blocks).
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