Rangers, Pats roll in hoops; Raider swimmers fallNovember 21, 2019
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Lots of action went around Thursday. If you were not able to catch all of the action, here are the scores and highlights you missed.
Prep girls basketball
Forest Park 70, Perry Central 21: The Rangers (3-2) climbed back above the .500 mark on their home floor Thursday night with their seventh consecutive victory against Perry Central. Forest Park had three players in double figures: Freshman Amber Tretter paced the team with 16, while seniors Faith Zazzetti and Kenlee Gehlhausen scored 11 and 10, respectively. The Rangers are 3-0 when a player scores double digits, and 0-2 when a player doesn't. Forest Park has a layoff until Tuesday when it welcomes Evansville Mater Dei.
Heritage Hills 67, Evansville Harrison 30: Also getting a bounceback win Thursday night were the Patriots (4-2). The next win for Heritage Hills will be the 100th in coach Kim Brown's career. Junior Rebekah Gordon paced the Pats with a game-high 20 points. Sophomore Hadley Lytton totaled 18, while junior Avery Neff scored 13. Heritage Hills is now off until Dec. 3 when it plays host to Tell City.
Orleans 62, Northeast Dubois 34: The Jeeps (1-6) dropped their second game in a row Thursday night. Sophomore Hadley Fuhrman once again paced Northeast Dubois in points when she dropped a dozen. The Jeeps are 0-1 in Blue Chip Conference play, and will get a chance to improve that next week. They welcome Wood Memorial on Monday for their final game in November.
Gibson Southern 166, Southridge 135: The Raiders (0-1) fell in their season opener on Thursday. Southridge and Forest Park will travel to Boonville on Monday.
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