Rangers fall in finaleOctober 13, 2012
From Herald Staff Reports
Big plays sabotaged Forest Park on Friday night at Ranger Field, where visiting Tell City upended the Rangers 26-0 in a Pocket Athletic Conference contest.
Josh Voegerl led Forest Park (1-8, 0-7) with 92 rushing yards on 24 carries.
Defensively, the Rangers allowed four scores of 20-plus yards, including touchdown runs of 23 and 30 yards from Elliott Brown and receptions of 41 yards and 74 yards from Brennan Malone to Spenser Beard.
Tell City (4-5, 3-4) gained 344 yards of offense to 173 for Forest Park, which trailed 20-0 at halftime.
The Rangers will have next Friday off in a first-round sectional bye before traveling to the winner between the South Spencer-Sullivan game on Friday, Oct. 26.
Jeeps 3, Patriots 0: Northeast Dubois pinched host Vincennes Rivet 25-15, 25-9, 25-11 in the Jeeps’ regular-season finale.
Talia Terwiske facilitated the offense with 32 assists, with Nicole Dodd (14 kills) and Kendra Jacob (11) the main benefactors. Haley Brinkman and Emily Lueken each added seven kills.
Also for the Jeeps, Taylor Hopf finished with a team-high 18 digs, Lueken added 15, Michaela Stemle contributed 13 and Jenna Stemle chipped in nine. Northeast Dubois (21-9, 5-3 Blue Chip Conference) won 10 of its final 12 matches to end the regular season.
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