Prep Wrap, 8/21August 20, 2019
From Herald Staff Reports
A couple contests got washed away by yesterday's afternoon showers, but the volleyball matches and one soccer game were spared and that's what will be populating the wrap of last night's sports action.
Knights 3, Wildcats 0: Jasper dropped their second match of the season as they travelled to Newburgh to face the defending sectional champion Castle Knights. Riley Merder led the Wildcats with eight kills, while Reagan Egbert finished with seven kills and 11 digs. Meredith Hilgefort paced all Jasper defenders with 14 digs, and Kate Green finished with 17 assists.
Hatchets 3, Raiders 0: The Southridge Raiders were unable to come away with the victory as they opened their season against Washington last night. Mikah Goeppner had four kills, while Bailey Keusch and Myah Montgomery each had three. Montgomery also finished with six blocks, and Rose Tempel led all Raiders defenders with eight digs. Savanah Goeppner contributed a pair of aces on the night.
Vikings 3, Rangers 0: Forest Park dropped their second consecutive match as they were swept last night by the visiting Barr-Reeve Vikings. Macie Zink had four kills, while Faith Zazzetti and Ali Welp posted three each in the loss. Zink also led the team with seven digs, and Kylie Giesler finished with 13 assists.
Wolfpack 3, Jeeps 2: Northeast Dubois faced off against Crawford County and battled their way to five sets before falling short in the final set by two kills. Taylor Dodd had 23 kills, and Hadley Fuhrman posted an additional 16 along with eight digs. Chloe Terwiske had 43 assists, while Mia Smith led the Jeeps with nine digs.
Bulldogs 6, Rangers 0: The Forest Park boys soccer team played their first game of the season last night, but were swept by New Albany. The Bulldogs scored two goals in the first half, and had another four in the second.
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