Prep Wrap, 10/4October 3, 2019
From Herald Staff Reports
With the fall sports season winding down, a few of the local teams are using their last few games to iron out some kinks before the postseason. Here's a quick recap of Thursday night's action:
Prep Boys Soccer
Wildcats 1, Panthers 1: Jasper battled it out with Bloomington South and wound up taking home a tie to end their regular season. The Panthers were able to draw first blood in the second half, but the Wildcats were able to get en equalizer via penalty kick from Jackson Kabrick. Jasper will start sectional play Monday against Evansville Reitz.
Titans 2, Rangers 1: While Forest Park did fall to Gibson Southern in their regular-season finale, the Rangers will be taking a good bit of momentum into sectional with five wins in their last seven games. Evan Tretter scored the Rangers' lone goal with an assist from J.D. Kerber. Forest Park opens sectional play against Tell City Tuesday.
Marksmen 5, Jeeps 3: Northeast Dubois started off strong with a three-goal barrage that put Tell City in a 3-2 first-half hole. But the Jeeps let their foot off the gas, and the Marksmen were able to put in a pair of scores to snatch the game away. Darrin Grigsby, Gaige Schepers and Eli Freyberger had the goals for the Jeeps. Northeast Dubois plays its final regular-season game against Corydon Central on Saturday.
Raiders 3, Rebels 0: Southridge took down South Spencer in straight sets to halt the Raiders' losing streak at five matches. Rose Tempel and Anna Altstadt each had 10 kills to pace the team. Savanah Goeppner affected the game with her 20 assists, and Tatiana Delgado led the defense with 15 digs.
Jeeps 3, Bulldogs 0: Northeast Dubois continued to enjoy their late-season uptick, as the Jeeps dropped Orleans in three sets for their fifth win in a row. Taylor Dodd had 23 kills, Chloe Terwiske put in 43 assists and Mia Smith had 23 digs in the win.
Patriots 3, Trojans 0: Heritage Hills used a sweep against Wood Memorial to pick up the Patriots' 11th win in 12 matches. Shelby Skelton led the Patriots with 13 kills. Hannah Marchand dished out 33 assists and Hannah Schnuck finished with 11 digs.
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