Jasper Second In Big 8 Girls Golf Meet; Jeeps Roll In Tennis Tournament

2247854a8cac032266d55e66ec8dd235GIRLS GOLF

MT. CARMEL TAKES BIG 8 CONFERENCE TITLE

At the Big 8 Conference meet played at Quail Crossing Golf Club in Boonville, Mt. Carmel takes overall team honors with a 346. That was two strokes better than Jasper’s 248.

Lady Wildcat Annika Harman takes medalist honors with an 18-hole score of 80. She also earned All Big 8 Conference honors with her performance. Jasper’s Sarah Ackerman was also All Big 8 Conference with her score of 88. Other team scores were Vincennes Lincoln 381, Washington 389, Mt. Vernon 413, Princeton 414 and Boonville 445.

Other individual scores for Jasper were Catherine Bell with an 89 and Maddie Wagner with a 91.

GIBSON SOUTHERN OUTSHOOTS FIELD TO TAKE POCKET ATHLETIC CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP

At the Girls PAC Tournament played Saturday at Oakland City Golf Course, Gibson Southern took team honors with a 340, followed by Pike Central 409, North Posey 431, Southridge 448, Heritage Hills 458
South Spencer 463 and Tell City 538.

Individually for the Lady Raiders, Olivia Mundy carded a 106 followed by Paige Snyder 110, Rosalinda Ornelas 114, Megan Weitkamp 118, and Dailie Wibbeler 137.

BOYS TENNIS

JEEP ROLL IN OWN INVITATIONAL TENNIS MEET

At Dubois, the Jeeps continuing rolling winning their own tennis invitational tournament. The Jeeps won all 25 matches played in the Saturday event. Pike Central won 12 followed by Paoli and Crawford County with 9 wins each.

All seven Jeep players took individual titles as well. They are #1 Singles Patrick Betz, #2 Singles Case Eisenhut, #3 Singles Alex Bauer, #1 Doubles team of Cayden Knies/Jaxon Denu, and #2 Doubles of Kaden Quinn/Parker Zehr.

BOYS SOCCER

JASPER SHUTS OUT PRINCETON

Jasper rolls at Princeton winning a Big 8 Conference match by the final score of 16-0. Christopher Menjivar, Caleb Hurst and Eirik Steine each score 3 goals for the Wildcats. Menjivar and Hurst also had each two assists in the win. Elliott Prange and Andrew Jespersen each added two goals for Jasper while Cayden Williams, Noah Farmer and Jace Englert each scored one.

Peyton Gentry and Luke Fleck combined for the shutout in goal for Jasper.

VOLLEYBALL

LADY JEEPS SECOND AT LOOGOOTEE INVITE

Northeast Dubois takes second place overall in Saturday’s Loogootee Invitational Tournament.

The Lady Jeeps beat Borden, 25-18, 25-21 and While River Valley 25-11, 17-25, 15-8 before losing to Eastern Greene, 25-14, 20-25, 12-15.

FOREST WINS ONE OF FOUR MATCHES AT JEFFERSONVILLE

Forest Parks wins one of four matches it played Saturday at the Jeffersonville Invitational; that win was over the Lady Red Devils.

The Lady Rangers beat host Jeffersonville, 25-20 and 25-19. They lose to Christian Academy of Indiana (New Albany) 12-25 and 22-25, Silver Creek 14-25, 9-25 and Henryville 12-25, 25-19, 13-15.

On the day, Lydia Lange led Forest Park with 34 kills total in the four matches. Madi Giesler had 42 digs, and Sophia Bolte led Forest Park with 41 assists.

GIRLS SOCCER

SALEM SCORES EARLY AND OFTEN IN WIN OVER LADY JEEPS

At Dubois, visiting Salem took the lead five minutes into the ballgame and never looked back in a 5-1 win over the Lady Jeeps.

Sophomore Aubrey Marks scored Northeast Dubois’ only goal of the game 10 minutes into the first period.

CROSS COUNTRY

LADY RAIDERS SECOND IN MATER DEI INVITATIONAL; BOYS EIGHTH

At Evansville, the Southridge girls run to a second place overall finish in the nine-team Mater Dei Invitational run at Angel Mounds State Park.

Evansville North took team honors with a team score of 77. Southridge was second with a score of 99. Aubrey Main ran fifth overall in the meet for the Lady Raiders; teammate Stephanie Roth was right behind her at sixth.

For the boys, was eighth as a team and Chase Bland ran eighth overall individually.

LADY RANGERS NINTH AT NASHVILLE MEET; BOYS 13TH

At Nashville Saturday, the Forest Park girls placed 9th place as a team in the Brown County Invitational. Sarah Pund was the Lady Rangers’ top finisher at 16 with a time of 21:12.

The Ranger boys finished 13th as a team. Trey Dooley with Forest Park’s best individual finish at 12th.

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