Prep Wrap: 9/4September 4, 2019
From The Herald Staff Reports
Elizabeth Ackerman carded five pars on her scorecard Tuesday afternoon to earn medalist honors to lead Jasper to a triangular win over Forest Park and Tell City.
Led by Ackerman’s 42, the Lady Wildcats easily outdistanced the field with a team score of 186 on their home course at Buffalo Trace.
Forest Park was second with a 241 — 11 strokes ahead of Tell City.
Avery Bartley (47), Ainsley Pierce (48) and Anna Schmitt (49) rounded out the scoring for Jasper.
Forest Park was led by Maya Jones’ 56.
Prep Girls Soccer
Floyd Central 8, Jasper 2: Floyd Central scored six goals in the first half and never looked back.
The host Wildcats received goals from Regan Mundy and Isabelle Blazey.
Annie Donato and Emily Patterson assisted on the goals in the loss.
Jasper won the junior varsity match, 3-0.
Jasmin Mehringer scored twice in the win, while Merin Buck also scored.
Northeast Dubois 5, North Daviess 0: The host Jeeps improved to 6-2 on the season with the bagel.
Northeast Dubois’ No. 1 tandem of Luke Harder and Ethan Ziegler won 6-0, 6-0.
Reece Bauer continued his impressive start to the season at No. 1 singles with a 6-1, 6-1 win, while Aden Thewes won 7-5, 6-2 at No. 2 singles.
The Jeeps’ junior varsity team also won, taking five of six matches played.
Heritage Hills 3, South Spencer 0: Shelby Skelton put away 17 kills to go along with 14 digs to help the Lady Patriots to a sweep over Pocket Athletic Conference foe South Spencer on Tuesday, 25-21, 25-10, 25-21
Rebekah Gordon added 11 kills, seven digs and three aces in the win, while Hannah Marchand ran the offence with 32 assists.
The Lady Patriots junior varsity team also picked up a straight-set win, 25-23, 25-21.
Lanae Canen (5), Claire Heeke (4) and Emma Haefling (4) combined for 13 kills in the win.
Forest Park 3, Pike Central 0: The Rangers earned a Pocket Athletic Conference win with a sweep, 25-20, 25-15, 25-18.
Macie Zink led the offensive attack with 10 kills, while Kennedy Sermersheim (8), Faith Zazzetti (7) and Ali Welp (6) combined for 21 put aways.
As a team, the Rangers finished with 35 kills.
Kylie Giesler handed out 30 assists.
Forest Park also picked up wins in the junior varsity and freshman contests.
Katelynn Englert served up four aces, while Avari Burger registered four kills in the win for the reserves.
Loogootee 3, Southridge 0: Raiders coach Mande Keusch knew her team would have a tough match Tuesday night, and unfortunately Loogootee proved the coach right.
The Lady Lions rolled to a 25-20, 25-11, 25-13 win over visiting Southridge.
“Not much to say other than we played our worst match of the season,” Keusch said. “It was just a rough match all the way around, we could not put together any offense. The bright spot, we did not miss many serves.”
Myah Montgomery finished with five blocks and three kills, while Rose Tempel added a pair of aces and three kills in the loss.
The Raiders’ junior varsity team also fell in straight sets, 25-13, 25-7.
Karley Barnett served up a pair of aces.
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