Prep Wrap: 10/8October 7, 2019
From Herald Staff Reports
It was mostly quiet on the western front Monday night, save for a few volleyball matches and a sectional soccer update. Here's a quick recap of Monday's action.
Prep Boys Soccer
Wildcats 2, Panthers 0: Jasper found the back of the net twice in the second half of its first-round sectional game against Evansville Reitz, and that's all the Wildcats needed to punch their ticket to Wednesday's semifinals. Khale Burger scored the first goal with an assist from Brian Elizarraras, and Malte Fjarstedt scored on a penalty kick after Sam Leonard was fouled inside the box.
Patriots 3, Wildcats 3: Heritage Hills and Evansville Mater Dei were as closely matched for opening-round play in the Evansville Reitz Sectional. Both teams scored a lone goal in the first half. Both scored two goals in the second half to force a shootout. But the Patriots outscored the Wildcats 4-1 in the shootout to emerge with the win and advance to Thursday's semifinals. Heritage Hills received goals from Nick Brinkman, Zach Fortune and Jose Lara, and Fortune picked up the Patriots' only assist.
Hatchets 7, Raiders 0: Host Washington gave Southridge a very inhospitable reception for the opening round of the Washington Sectional. The Hatchets scored four goals in the first half and three in the second half to end the Raiders' season.
Titans 3, Raiders 0: Southridge fell to Gibson Southern in straight sets, and slumped to 1-6 in their last seven matches. Myah Montgomery had seven kills, while Anna Altstadt chipped in with six. Savanah Goeppner contributed eight assists, and Bailey Keusch finished with 11 digs on the defensive end.
Jeeps 3, Chargers 0: Northeast Dubois made it eight triumphs in its last nine matches with their Monday night sweep of Pike Central on the road. Taylor Dodd had 18 kills and 15 digs to lead the Jeeps. Chloe Terwiske also had 15 digs to go along with her team-high 38 assists.
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