Wildcats win fifth in a row in soccer; take second in golfSeptember 17, 2019
From Herald Staff Reports
Soccer, volleyball, and golf, oh my! Here’s a brief recap of yesterday’s sports activity around Dubois County.
Prep Boys Soccer
Wildcats 6, Pioneers 2: Jasper used five goals in the first half to power their romp over Boonville for their fourth conference win and improved their current winning streak to four in a row. Sam Leonard scored three goals, Jackson Kabrick had two, and Malte Fjarstedt had another goal to round out the scoring for the Cats.
Prep Girls Golf
Titans 175, Wildcats 203, Patriots 223: Jasper took second overall in their three-team golf match featuring Gibson Southern and Heritage Hills. Halle Knies was the low player for the Wildcats with a 46, while Grace Mangan shot a 50 to top the Patriots’ scorecard.
Tigers 155, Raiders 217, Pioneers 234: Southridge came away with second place as they traveled to face Evansville Memorial and Boonville. Baileigh Schneider led the way for the Raiders with a 43 on the day.
Patriots 3, Titans 0: Heritage Hills used a straight set sweep over Gibson Southern to win their fifth match in a row and moved to 4-0 in conference matches for the fall. Shelby Skelton had 13 kills to go along with two digs and two aces. Hannah Marchand had 18 assists and led the team with 10 digs.
Prep Boys Tennis
Wildcats 5, Tigers 0: Jasper bested conference rival Princeton on all courts on Monday night with none of the matches going beyond two sets. Sternberg took the one singles match 6-2, 6-0. Bennet Schmitt and Grant Levy won their respective two and three singles matches 6-0, 6-0. Mitch Kluemper and Grant Stratton matched Hudson Himsel and Job Luebbehusen as both Jasper duos went 6-0, 6-0.
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