Prep Wrap: 9/25September 24, 2019
From Herald Staff Reports
You know what they say about Tuesday: it's a day past Monday and long on sports. Here's a recap of last night's sports action.
Prep Boys Soccer
Wildcats 3, Wildcats (MD) 0: Jasper flashed three goals past Evansville Mater Dei as they got their fifth win in six games on Tuesday night. Jackson Kabrick scored twice and Brian Elizarraras added another for the team's seventh win of the season.
Wildcats (MD) 3, Wildcats 0: The Jasper volleyball team was on the wrong end of a three-set sweep as they fell to Evansville Mater Dei on the road. Reagan Egbert had 14 kills, and Allison Mair had 13 on the night. Kate Green handed out 39 assists, while Kayla Fuhs led the defense with 18 digs. The loss was the third in row for the Wildcats.
Vikings 3, Raiders 0: Souhridge fought tough in every set, but came up short against conference rival North Posey for their third consecutive defeat. Myah Montgomery had five kills, while Bailey Keusch and Maddie Songer each had four. Maddy Songer had eight assists, and Rose Tempel tacked on eight digs.
Jeeps 3, Spartans 1: Northeast Dubois dropped their first set in a nail biter, but roared back in the next three to drop South Knox on the road. Taylor Dodd had 26 kills, Chloe Terwiske had 27 assists and Mia Smith finished with 30 digs in the win.
Rangers 3, Commodores 1: Don't look now, but Forest Park appears to be streaking as they defeated Perry Central for their fourth straight win. Faith Zazzetti led the Rangers with 10 kills and four blocks on the night, Macie Zink had another six kills and 16 digs, while Kylie Giesler took home 19 assists and 10 digs.
Prep Boys Tennis
Wildcats 5, Alices 0: Jasper celebrated senior night in style as they finished untouched against Vincennes Lincoln. Max Sternberg (6-0, 6-0), Bennett Schmitt (6-1, 6-1) and Grant Levy (6-0, 6-0) each posted thorough straight set performances. Mitch Kluemper and Luke Ackerman (6-1, 6-2) plus Jobe Luebbehusen and Hudson Himsel (6-1, 6-0) followed suit in each of their doubles matches.
Raiders 4, Marksmen 1: Southridge returned to the winning track Tuesday night as they took four courts against Tell City. Austin Barkley (6-4, 6-4) and Max Rasche (6-3, 6-4) worked patiently for their respective two-set wins at singles. Ethan Bell and Sam Sermersheim (6-2, 6-2) along with Konner Thyen and Levi Schaeffer (6-0, 6-0) made short work of their doubles matches.
Jeeps 3, Cardinals 2: Northeast Dubois edged out Bloomfield to add another dash to their win column Tuesday night. Reece Bauer (6-1, 6-7(4), 6-3) finished out a three-setter to remain unbeaten, and Tucker Neukam (6-4, 7-5) did what he needed to take the three singles match. Ethan Zielger and Luke Harder (6-4, 6-1) took the one doubles event in straight sets.
Prep Cross Country
Jasper paces invite race: The Jasper boys cross country team took home first place in Tuesday night's Barr-Reeve Invitational. Abe Ackerman (16:21), Jackson Miller (16:22), and Drew O'Neil went 1-2-3 as individuals. Southridge's Dylan Bland (16:28) took fourth, and Pierce Brinkman (16:34) finished sixth for Northeast Dubois. The Jasper girls finished second overall with Andi VanMeter (18:55) taking the top spot and Kelsea Skorge (20:45) finishing in tenth place). Northeast Dubois runners Jordan Schweikarth (19:44) and Sara Livingston (20:24) finished fourth and eighth respectively.
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