Prep Wrap: 8/30August 30, 2019
From Herald Staff Reports
We had games across almost every arena of competiton Thursday evening. Some teams won big, some fell hard, but they will all regroup to come back and play another day. Here's a recap of last night's sports action:
Prep Girls Golf
Wildcats finish first at Washington: Jasper travelled to the Country Oaks Golf Course to face Springs Valley, Washington, and Barr-Reeve and took top honors at the match's conclusion with a 188 team score. Elizabeth Ackerman led Jasper with a 41.
Rangers down Rebels: Forest Park went head-to-head with South Spencer and outdueled the Rebels 233 to 246 to claim victory at Rustic Country Club. Makayla McKim was crowned the match medalist with a 55, Maya Jones shot a 56, and Grace Wendholt finished with a 59.
Prep Boys Tennis
Jeeps 5, Trojans 0: Northeast Dubois swept Wood Memorial to earn their first conference win of the season on Thursday night. No. 1 singles player Reece Bauer along with Both doubles tandems featuring Luke Harder and Ethan Ziegler plus Tanner Hurt and Ross Mehringer swept their respective matches.
Vikings 4, Raiders 1: Southridge took a tough conference loss as they dropped four of their five matches to North Posey. The lone match win came from No. 1 singles player Austin Barkely as he defeated Max Renshaw 6-4, 7-6(7-4).
Patriots 3, Huskies 0: Heritage Hills swept Evansville North in three sets to pick up their second win of the fall. Rebekah Gordon and Shelby Skelton paced the Patriots with 13 kills, while Hannah Marchand finished with 31 assists. Hannah Schnuck led the Pats with 21 digs.
Jeeps 3, Warriors 1: Northeast Dubois bounced back from their close loss on Monday to post a winning outing against North Knox in four sets. Taylor Dodd finished with 23 kills, and Hadley Fuhrman contributed an additional 11. Chloe Terwiske finished with 46 assists and 11 digs. Mia Smith led the Jeeps with 18 digs.
Pioneers 3, Raiders 0: Southridge welcomed a tough opponent in the form of Boonville last night, and while the Lady Raiders gave it their all for three close sets they eventually fell to the Pioneers in straight sets. Rose Tempel had nine kills and 13 digs. Maddy Songer led the Raiders with 11 assists, while Savanah Goeppner had another 10.
Prep Girls Soccer
Cardinals 5, Jeeps 2: Northeast Dubois did what they could to fight back from a first half two-goal defecit, but it wasn't enough as they lost to Washington Catholic at home Thursday night. Lexi Freyberger and Kaylin Mathies both scored for the Jeeps.
Prep Boys Soccer
Jeeps 2, Cardinals 0: Northeast took advantage of crisp ball movement and a stout defense as they shut out Washington Catholic. Gaige Schepers scored twice for the Jeeps and Ethan Danhafer finished with an assist.
Patriots 2, Rangers 1: Jose Lara and Leo Martinez found the back of the net in the first half and the Heritage Hills’ defense staved off a second-half goal by Forest Park in a 2-1 win over the Rangers on Tuesday night. Zach Fortune came up with the assist on both Heritage Hills goals.
Evan Tretter booted in a volley off a corner kick from JD Kerber for the Rangers’ score. The goal came in the 8th minute of the second half.
“Our defensive line did an excellent job of eliminating Heritage Hills’ attack but we just had a couple of hiccups which allowed the two goals,” Forest Park coach Mike Forester said.
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