Wahl’s career day carries Pats past ranked foeNovember 13, 2017
From Herald Staff Reports
Red-hot shooting isn’t anything new to Patriot senior Abby Wahl — especially against South Elizabeth.
Wahl’s 36 point outing in Saturday’s 66-57 win for Heritage Hills over the Class 1A No. 6 Rebels surpassed her old career-high of 35 that she scored in last year’s 72-69 overtime loss to South Elizabeth.
The Patriots (2-0) started hot outscoring the Rebels by nine points in the first quarter and were able to maintain that steady pace throughout the rest of the game following Wahl’s shooting touch and 12 rebounds as well.
Heritage Hills shot 49 percent from the field and a solid 80 percent from the free throw line including Wahl making a total of 11 shots from the line.
The Pats also received solid play from forward Rebekah Gordon who finished with 10 points and center Kate Kaetzel who had five points and five rebounds.
Other stat leaders for the Patriots were Kerragan Mulzer and Claire Heckel who finished with a team-high four assists and Gordon who led the Pats with two blocks.
South Central (2-1) finished with three players in double-digit scoring — Ally Davis had 21 points, Lexie Knear scored 16 points and Jordan Renn added 13.
Heritage Hills will make two trips to Evansville this week as they travel to face Evansville North on Tuesday and Evansville Harrison on Thursday.
The rest of the weekend’s best in local prep sports.
Girls swimming underway: The Jasper girls swimming team had their first meet of the season this past Saturday at Tell City finishing third overall as a team with 76 points behind Mount Vernon (140) and Bedford North Lawrence (78).
Jasper placed second in four seperate relays.
The team of Kate Weaver, Lindsey Mehringer, Rhegann Weisheit and Carmina Armstrong placed second in the 200 freestyle relay while Mehringer, Armstronger and Weaver also led the Cats in the 150 yard fly relay.
The team of Armstrong, Mehringer, Weaver and Madison Matheis placed second in the 1000 yard freestyle relay and the 400 yard freestyle relay
The Cats team of Leah Haas, Haley Kippenbrock, Alyssa Skorge and Weisheit placed third in the 200 medley relay while Skorge, Haas, Matheis and Colby Kreilein finished third in the 250 freestyle relay.
Haas, Matheis, and Weisheit placed third for the Cats in the 150 backstroke relay.
Jasper’s girls swim team will head to Mount Vernon this Saturday for their next meet.
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