Southridge girls match last year's win total

From Herald Staff Reports

A few local teams won Thursday night, and the Dubois County Herald is here to give you the scoop.

Prep girls basketball


Southridge 49, Pike Central 41: The Raiders (7-5, 3-1) have now equaled their 2018-19 win total after a 49-41 win against Pocket Athletic Conference rival Pike Central Thursday at home. Sophomore Myah Montgomery paced Southridge with 24 points. The Raiders will be back at it Tuesday at Heritage Hills for local-versus-local and more PAC action. Thursday was a season-high third consecutive win for the Raiders, who also won their third consecutive conference game after losing the PAC opener Dec. 5 at Tell City, 40-19.

Northeast Dubois 40, Tell City 25: The Jeeps (4-7) are now one win away from equaling their win total from last year, too. Northeast Dubois did not have any players in double figures, but beat the alma mater of coach Andy Chinn for the second time this season. Sophomore Hadley Fuhrman had a team-high eight points and added 10 rebounds. Fellow sophomore Brinley Royer scored seven and hauled down 11 boards. Northeast Dubois plays Tuesday at home for the first time two weeks against Crawford County.

Vincennes Lincoln 58, Jasper 55: The Wildcats (3-5, 0-1) could not make it a third straight win as they dropped their first Big Eight Conference game of the season. Senior Claire Knies led Jasper with 19 points. Junior Hannah Schwenk totaled 13, while Brooke Nottingham had 11. The Wildcats can get back in the win column Tuesday and notch a conference win for the first time this season when they welcome Washington.

Prep Wrestling

Forest Park def. Daviess: The Rangers (1-2) got their first dual win of the year. Winners for Forest Park were senior Isaac Brosmer in the 113-pound class, sophomore Patrick Recker in the 120-pound class, junior Travis Haug in the 126-pound class, senior Cole Mohr in the 132-pound class, junior Isaac Fuhrman in the 138-pound class, sophomore Ethan Beckman in the 160-pound class and sophomore Austin Hoppenjans in the 170-pound class.


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