Prep sports wrap: 9/21

From Herald Staff Reports

Thursday evening saw several big conference battles and streaks coming to an end. Here’s a brief rundown of what you might have missed in last night’s prep sports action.

Boys Soccer
Hatchets 4, Wildcats 2: All good things must eventually come to an end and that’s what happened to Jasper’s winning streak on Thursday evening. The Cats were defeated by Class 2A No. 2 Washington at home for their first conference loss of the season.

Washington took a 2-0 lead into the halftime break but Dillon Sternberg got the Cats on the board with 34 minutes to go in the second half. Then, with seven minutes to play Brian Elizarraras scored on a free kick outside the box to tie things up at 2-2.

However, the Hatchets were able to score two goals in the final six minutes on some crazy sequences to take the victory over Jasper.

Girls Soccer

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Jeeps 5, Raiders 1: It was a dominating senior night for the Northeast Dubois girls soccer team as they cruised to a home victory over Southridge.

Amberly Jacob recorded a hat trick for Northeast Dubois while Lexi Freyberger and Delaney Rasche also scored for the Jeeps. No goal scorer was listed for Southridge.

Rangers 7, Cardinals 5: In a game that was full of offense, Forest Park defeated Washington Catholic on the road in a showdown of goal scorers.

Denai Sicard scored four goals in the victory to climb her total to 27 on the year while Lauren Jahn (two) and Leah Dilger (one) also added goals in the win. Kenlee Gehlhausen led the way with a pair of assists while Jahn and Ava Hamilton both finished with one each.

Patriots 5, Vikings 1: The Heritage Hills girls soccer team remains undefeated after their defeat of PAC foe North Posey on Thursday.

The Patriots led 4-0 at halftime and added another goal in the second half to seal the victory. No goal scorers were reported from this match.

Tennis
Wildcats 5, Patriots 0: In a battle of two top area boys tennis squads, Jasper came out on top with a 5-0 victory over Heritage Hills late on Wednesday.

Victorious for the Cats were Eli Franks (No. 1 singles), Michael Kluemper (No. 2 singles), Max Sternberg (No. 3 singles), Bennett Schmitt/Mitch Kluemper (No. 1 doubles) and Jobe Luebbehusen/Hudson Himsel (No. 2 doubles).

Jeeps 5, Spartans 0: The Northeast Dubois boys tennis team recorded a big conference victory on Thursday by defeating South Knox on the road.

Winners for the Jeeps were Reece Bauer (No. 1 singles), Ethan Ziegler (No. 2 singles), Ross Mehringer (No. 3 singles), Logan Mehringer/Lane Knies (No. 1 doubles) and Tanner Hurt/Logan Lampert (No. 2 doubles).

Patriots 5, Trojans 0: After losing to Jasper on Wednesday, the Heritage Hills boys tennis team bounced back with a solid victory over Wood Memorial on Thursday.

Heritage Hills’ winners were Logan Smallwood (No. 1 singles), Josh Dellamuth (No. 2 singles), Zack Weaver (No. 3 singles), JT Smallwood/Luke Peters (No. 1 doubles) and Josh Nelson/Blake Sisley (No. 2 doubles).

Volleyball
Tigers 3, Rangers 0: The Evansville Memorial volleyball team cruised to victory over Forest Park on Thursday evening, 25-12, 25-10, 25-11.

The Rangers will be back in action Monday against Heritage Hills. No individual stat leaders were reported from this match.

B. Dodd

Jeeps 3, Jug Rox 0: Thursday evening saw the Northeast Dubois volleyball team pummel Shoals in a dominating Blue Chip conference victory 25-13, 25-6, 25-8.

Stat leaders for the Jeeps were Taylor Dodd (14 kills, 15 digs), Chloe Terwiske (19 assists, five aces, eight kills), Kendyl Heeke (16 assists, six aces), Brooklyn Dodd (26 digs), AJ Kirchoff (11 digs) and Mia Smith (10 digs, six aces).

Patriots 3, Commodores 0: The Heritage Hills volleyball team bounced back after their loss to Evansville Reitz by defeating Perry Central in straight sets on Thursday 25-16, 25-8, 25-14.

Stat leaders for Heritage Hills were Lilly Vance (seven kills), Hananh Marchand (11 assists), Brianna Quinn (11 assists), Hannah Schnuck (14 digs), Madison Hagedorn (three aces) and Shelby Skelton (three aces).




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