Prep Wrap: 9/9September 10, 2019
From The Herald Staff Reports
Prep Girls Soccer
A pair of Forest Park girls soccer players registered hat tricks in the Rangers 9-2 rout of Pocket Athletic Conference foe North Posey.
Lauren Jahn and Denai Sicard both found the back of the net three times in the win.
Kenlee Gehlhausen added a pair of goals, while Abbey Eckert, Leah Dilger and Abigal Jahn rounded out the scoring.
Emma Louden assisted on three goals as Forest Park improved to 2-3-1 on the season and 1-1 in league play.
Wildcats compete in Hoosier Cup: Jasper competed in three tightly-contested matches at the Hoosier Cup in Bloomington over the weekend.
The Lady Wildcats picked up a 2-1 win over Seymour in the opener before falling to Concordia by the same score.
Jasper and Bloomington North played to a scoreless draw in the Wildcats tournament finale.
In the win over Seymour, Regan Mundy and Kara Krueger netted goals, while Krueger and Kylee Vaal picked up assists.
Emma Shelton and Elyssa Alvey split time in goal for Jasper as the duo alternated halves between the posts.
Mt. Vernon 9, Northeast Dubois 1: Mt. Vernon netted seven goals in the first 40 minutes of play in the lopsided win.
Amberly Jacob picked up the only goal of the game for the Lady Jeeps.
Jasper 3, Linton-Stockton 1: After dropping the first set, the Lady Wildcats rattled off three straight wins for a non-conference win on the road, 21-25, 25-18, 25-21 and 25-16.
Reagan Egbert led the offensive attack with 20 kills in the match to go along with 14 digs.
Allison Mair and Izzy Hopf added eight kills apiece.
Kate Green registered 14 digs and ran the offense with 38 assists.
The win moves Jasper to 8-3 on the season.
Forest Park 3, Shoals 0: Macie Zink put away 14 balls in the Rangers 26-24, 25-19, 25-23 sweep over Shoals.
Bralyn Boehm led the team with 21 digs, while Kylie Giesler ran the offense with 22 assists and added seven digs four kills and two aces.
Northeast Dubois 5, White River Valley 0: The Jeeps improved to 7-3 on the season with a bagel over the Wolverines.
Reece Bauer continued his impressive start to the season with a 6-1, 6-1 win on the No. 1 singles court.
Tucker Neukam did not drop a game on the No. 3 singles court, while Aden Thewes needed a tie breaker to secure a win at No. 2 singles.
The Jeeps’ junior varsity players also picked up three wins in as many matches.
Prep Cross County
Rangers run strong at Columbus: Both Forest Park cross country team finished in the Top 5 at the Columbus North Invite on Saturday.
Competing in the A-Division (schools with enrollments under 1,000) the girls placed second while the boys finished fourth.
Ellie Hall (2), Josie Berg (6) and Danielle Eckert (10) all placed in the Top 10 as the Lady Rangers finished with 57 points — 20 points behind team champion, Edgewood.
In the boys’ race, Spencer Wolf led the Rangers to a fourth-place finish with a runners-up finish. He covered the 3.1 mile course with a time of 16 minutes, 19 seconds.
Bryce Troesch (10) also placed in the Top 10 with a time of 17:20.
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