Dubois County Sports

Dubois County (NNDC):   A busy night on the hardwoods for the county Boys and Girls Basketball teams.   At Memorial Gymnasium in Huntingburg, the Southridge Raiders looked to get back on the winning track as they hosted Pike Central and NE Dubois traveled to Barr Reeve to face the Vikings.   In Girls Basketball, Jasper hosted Pike Central and Forest Park welcomed Crawford County.

At Memorial Gym, Southridge jumped out to a 7-0 lead and never looked back as the Raiders rolled to a 66-37 win over the Pike Central Chargers.   Leading scorer for Southridge was Super Sophomore Colson Montgomery who ended the game with 25 points.   Matt Price chipped in 12,  Jaden Hayes had 11 and Joe Lagrange tossed in 10 for the Raiders who even up their record at 3-3.   Southridge will travel to Jeffersonville (4-2) on Friday night to face the Red Devils.   Congratulations to area High School Referee Michael Zehr who was introduced prior to the Varsity tip as being one of the newest inductees in the Indiana High School Basketball Hall of Fame.   Zehr is a 1972 graduate of NE Dubois High School where he lettered in Basketball, Cross Country, Baseball and Track.

NE Dubois traveled to Barr Reeve on Tuesday night to face the Class 1A #2 ranked Vikings.   The Jeeps held close early but Barr Reeve pulled away in the 2nd quarter and held on to win 57-38.   Reese Bauer led the Jeeps with 22 points and Austin Ainscough had 19.   The Jeeps fall to 4-3 on the season and will not return to action until January 4th when they host South Knox (5-1).

On the Girls side, the Jasper Wildcats hosted the Pike Central Chargers.   Jasper entered the game with a 7-4 record and looking for their 7th win in a row.   The Chargers ran into a buzz saw as the Wildcats picked up a 63-41 win which improved their record to 8-4.    Jasper will travel to South Central (Elizabeth) on Friday night to face the Rebels (1-8).

In other Girls Basketball action, Forest Park hosted a very tough Crawford County Wolfpack (10-3) team.   Forest Park jumped out to an early lead in the 1st quarter, but it was all Crawford County in quarter number 2.   The Wolfpack held on to pick up another win with a 68-56 victory over the Rangers.    Forest Park falls to 5-7 on the season and will host NE Dubois (1-13) on Thursday night.   Varsity tip is set for 7:30pm.



(Boys) Southridge 66 – Pike Central 37

(Boys) Barr Reeve 57 – NE Dubois 38

(Girls) Jasper 63 – Pike Central 41

(Girls) Crawford County 68 – Forest Park 56

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