Patriot cagers roll; Jasper swimmers prevailDecember 10, 2019
From Herald staff reports
It was another action-packed night for local sports teams, and if you missed some of it, here is your recap.
Prep Boys Basketball
Heritage Hills 82, Bosse 68: The Patriots (2-0) played at the University of Southern Indiana on Tuesday, with senior Simon Scherry having a game-high 27 points. He also pulled down seven rebounds. Junior Blake Sisley had a double-double with 19 points and 10 boards to help propel the Pats. Heritage Hills held a 20-12 lead after the first quarter, and did not look back.
Prep Girls Basketball
Tecumseh 70, Forest Park 60: The Rangers (5-3, 2-2) returned to the court Tuesday night, dropping a loss to Pocket Athletic Conference rival Tecumseh. It was Forest Park's first loss with somebody scoring in double digits. Senior Macie Zink had a team-high 17 points, while fellow senior Faith Zazzetti was right behind her with 16, and added eight boards. Senior Kenlee Gehlhausen scored six points with an equal number of assists and also five steals.
Southridge 50, North Posey 28: The Raiders are now 6-5 overall and 2-1 in PAC play. Last night's win over North Posey was their second straight. They face Pike Central at home on Thursday.
Prep Boys Swimming
Jasper 136, Jeffersonville 90, Castle 90: The Wildcats boasted many winners in their home pool Tuesday night. Jack Henke won the 50 freestyle. Kadon Hurm won in diving, while Noah Wagner took first in the 500 freestyle. The 400 relay of Amos Bushkoetter, Henke, Alex Ramirez and Connor Nolan also produced a Jasper winner. Hurm's diving score was 188.75, while Bennett Schmitt's was a 184.95. The two finished first and second, both setting season highs.
Prep girls swimming
Castle 132, Jeffersonville 114, Jasper 82: Megan Matheis won the 100 breakstroke, and Olivia Biggs' score of 209.75 in the diving was her personal best.
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