Prep Wrap, 9/13September 13, 2019
From Herald Staff Reports
We all know how much there is to do around Dubois County on a Thursday night, but you missed out if you didn;t attend any of the many high school games that went down. Fortunately, we have you covered on the recaps right here.
Prep Boys Tennis
Northeast Dubois 4, Tecumseh 1: The Jeeps had another outstanding outing on the tennis courts as they took down the Braves and made it five consecutive wins in a row.
Reece Bauer won 6-0, 6-1 to remain unbeaten at one singles. Aden Thewes (6-4, 6-0) and Tucker Neukam (6-7(2), 6-4, 6-2) also came out victorious at two and three singles respectively.
Ethan Ziegler and Luke Harder continued their brillance at one doubles taking both of their sets 6-3, 6-1.
Southridge 4, Crawford County 1: The Raiders cruised to another victory Thursday night as they took all but one of their matches against the Wolfpack.
No. 1 Austin Barkley and No. 3 Max Rasche swept both of their matches by a score of 6-2, 6-2, while Owen Kinker took the two singles match 6-1, 6-1.
Konner Thyen and Levi Schaeffer rolled 6-1, 6-3 in two doubles. Ethan Bell and Sam Sermersheim went three sets in their defeat.
Heritage Hills 5, Boonville 0: The Patriots took all five matches against the Pioneers Thursday night to improve their record to 6-3.
Josh Dellamuth and JT Smallwood both won 6-0, 6-0 at one and two singles respectively. Josh Smith took his three singles match 6-2, 6-1.
Kayden Bell and Zach Weaver rolled in one doubles 7-5, 6-2, and Blake Sisley and Jacob Smith rounded out two doubles with a 6-0, 6-1 win.
Jasper 3, Gibson Southern 0: The Wildcats posted their sixth straight win as they pulled out their brooms to sweep the Titans Thursday night.
Riley Merder, Reagan Egbert, and Caroline Kaiser each had six kills. Kate Green finished with 25 assists. Egbert also had 13 digs while Jayden Pfister had another 12.
Northeast Dubois 3, Vincennes Rivet 0: The Jeeps defeated the Patriots Thursday night to not only extend their winstreak to five matches, but also marked four consecutive sweeps in the same period.
Taylor Dodd led the Jeeps with 11 kills, while Chloe Terwikse served out 32 assists. Hadley Fuhrman also had seven kills to go with seven digs, and Mia Smith the team wit nine digs along with a pair of aces.
Evansville Mater Dei 3, Southridge 0: The up-and-down season continues for the Raiders as they fell in straight sets to the Wildcats, which brought their winning streak to a stop at two matches.
Myah Montgomery had six kills, while Rose Tempel contributed another five along with eight digs. Maddy Songer had eight assists.
Heritage Hills 3, Tecumseh 2: The Patriots took down the Braves in five sets and rolled their way to their fourth win in as many matches.
Shelby Skelton had 23 kills and 14 digs, while Rebekah Gordon contributed 12 and 12 digs in the win. Hannah Schnuck had 17 digs, and Hannah Marchand had an additional 10.
Prep Girls Golf:
Southridge 212, Tell City 262: The Raiders bested the Marksman by 50 strokes as they defended their home turf in Thursday night's match.
Baileigh Schneider medaled with a 42. Tell City's Hannah Gray led the Marksman with a 62.
Gibson Southern 172, Forest Park 231: The Rangers didn't have their best outing on the course, sustaining a defeat against the Titans at Chistmas Lake.
Grace Wendholt led Forest Par with a 56, while Gibson Southern's Claire Jones shot a 40 for medalist honors.
Heritage Hills 217, Princeton 224: The Patriots travelled to the Princeton Country Club to do battle with the Tigers, and after the final putt was sunk they found themselves a top the leaderboard by seven strokes.
Grace Mangan led Heritage Hills with a 52, while Princeton's Reagan Cochren shot a 47 to earn herself a medal on the night.
Prep Boys Soccer
Northeast Dubois 2, Vincennes Rivet 2: The Jeeps played hard, but weren't able to use their pressure to overwhelm the Patriots as both teams battled to a tie.
Gaige Schepers scored his second goal early in the second half to give the Jeeps a 2-1 lead, but they allowed the Patriots to slip through their defenses and tie the game at 2-all with 41 seconds remaining.
Prep Girls Soccer
Forest Park 3, Boonville 1: The Rangers scored twice in the first half and extended their hotstreak to four games in a row with their defeat of the Pioneers on Thursday night.
Denai Sicard had two goals, and Kenlee Gehlhausen finished with a goal and an assist.
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