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Wildcats Beat Chargers; Raiders Lose at Loogootee

Basketball (NNDC) – The Jasper Wildcats posted their fifth straight victory while the Southridge Raiders suffered their third straight loss Saturday in local high school boys basketball.

The Wildcats continued their winning ways with a 49 to 35 triumph at Pike Central. Jasper, now 12 and 8 for the season, will play again Tuesday night at rival Southridge. Pike Central drops to 9 and 11 and will visit South Knox Tuesday.

The Raiders lost at Loogootee, 61 to 49. Now 9 and 12, the Raiders host Jasper Tuesday. Loogootee moves over the .500 mark at 11 and 10 and will play at North Knox Thursday.

Wildcats, Jeeps Win, Rangers Lose Thriller

Basketball (NNDC) – Jasper and Northeast Dubois were winners Tuesday night while Forest Park suffered a one-point loss in local high school boys basketball.

The Wildcats defeated Evansville Mater Dei, 58 to 44, at the JHS gym. The win gives Jasper an 8-8 record heading into a road game at Princeton next Tuesday. Mater Dei, now 6-13, will host Mt. Vernon Friday.

The Jeeps edged North Daviess, 33 to 31, at North Daviess. The Jeeps, now 9-8, play again Friday, hosting Perry Central. North Daviess, who drops to 7-11, plays at North Knox Friday.

The Rangers suffered only their third loss of the season, 59 to 58, to Wood Memorial at Oakland City. Forest Park, now 11 and 3, plays at Heritage Hills Friday. The Trojans, now 13-4, play at Southridge Friday.

Wildcats, Rangers, Jeeps Win Saturday Basketball Games

DUBOIS COUNTY (NNDC) – Jasper, Forest Park, and Northeast Dubois posted Saturday night basketball victories.

The Wildcats rolled to a 74 to 33 home court victory over winless Mt. Vernon. Jasper, now 4-4, plays host to Washington Friday.

The Rangers coasted to an 85 to 37 home court win over Perry Central. Forest Park improved its record to 10-1 and will play again Friday at Rockport against South Spencer.

The Jeeps defeated Southridge, 58 to 41, at Dubois. NE Dubois, now 5-6, will play at Paoli Friday. The Raiders, now 8-6, play at Perry Central Friday.

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Wildcats, Raiders Win; Rangers, Jeeps Lose In Prep Basketball Action Friday

Dubois County (NNDC) – Jasper and Southridge were winners Friday night while Forest Park and North East Dubois suffered losses on the road in local high school boys basketball action.

The Wildcats pulled even for the season with a homecourt 61 to 49 win over Vincennes Lincoln. Jasper, now 4 and 4, will see action again tonight (Saturday) at home against Mt. Vernon.

The Raiders rolled to a 52 to 38 road victory over Tecumseh. Sophomore Jaden Hayes tossed in 21 points to lead the Southridge scoring. The Raiders improved to 7 and 4 for the season. They play again tonight at Northeast Dubois.

Barr-Reeve handed Forest Park its first loss of the season, 52 to 50, at Montgomery. Both teams are now 9 and 1. Barr-Reeve’s only loss was to Fort Wayne Blackhawk Christian. The Rangers play again tonight at home against Perry Central.

Northeast Dubois lost a road decision at South Knox, 52 to 45. The loss dropped the games to 3 and 6. They play again tonight, hosting rival Southridge.

Cats Roar, Raiders Roll, Rangers Fall

(NNDC) – Jasper and Southridge continued their winning ways, but Forest Park lost Friday in local high school football. The Wildcats roared to a 41 to 10 victory at Washington, the Raiders rolled to a home field 21 to 0 blanking of Pike Central, and the Rangers fell at home to Heritage Hills, 44 to 0.

Jasper improves to 5 and 1 for the season and will host Mt. Vernon Friday. Washington drops to 3 and 5. Southridge won its sixth game in a row and is now 7 and 1 overall. The Raiders host Gibson Southern Friday. It was Pike Central’s third loss in a row, dropping the Chargers to 2 and 6. Forest Park’s loss was its fourth in a row, dropping the Rangers to 2 and 6 for the season. They will play at Tell City Friday. Heritage Hills pulled even for the season at 4 and 4.

Lady Cats Win 2 In Hoosier Cup Soccer Meet

BLOOMINGTON (NNDC) – Jasper won two of three matches in the Hoosier Cup Soccer Meet this past weekend at Karst Farm Park in Bloomington.

After losing to Evansville Central, 3-2, the Lady Wildcats blanked meet host Bloomington North, 1-0, and edged Jennings County, 3-2.

Regan Mundy and Maggie Getzin scored goals in the opener, Hanna Love scored the only goal in the win over North, and Mundy, Peyton Blackgrave, and Olivia Ruckriegel scored the three Jasper goals in the finale.

The Jasper varsity plays again Saturday afternoon at Castle, the junior varsity plays at Northeast Dubois tonight (September 7) at Northeast Dubois.

 

Heartland Half Marathon Saturday

JASPER (NNDC) –  The Heartland half marathon, 5K race, and team challenge all begin at 7:30 a.m. Saturday in the shadow of the Jasper Train Depot along the Patoka River and finish in the shade at Dave Buehler Plaza. The half marathon and 5K will split apart close to the start of the race. The marathon features a fairly challenging hilly course. The Team Challenge, comprised of a 4-person team, will follow the same course as the half marathon.

New Turf For Jasper’s Alumni Stadium (VIDEO)

Jasper (NNDC) – The Jasper Wildcats will open the 2017 football season Friday night against Evansville Memorial at Jerry Brewer Alumni Stadium. Fans will discover a new look for the stadium, a new artificial turf named “Joe Rohleder Field.

Jasper Wins Pool Play Finale; Now Playing “Waiting Game!

Mt. Home, AR (NNDC) – The Jasper 13U All-Stars salvaged a win Sunday night in their fourth and final game of ‘pool play’ in the 2017 13U Babe Ruth World Series.

Jasper finished pool play with a 1-3 mark after defeating Bismarck, ND 11-1 Sunday evening in a game called after six innings.

Now Jasper must wait for the final pool play games scheduled for Monday are completed before the team knows whether or not it it advances to World Series’ single-elimination round that begins tomorrow.

Right now, it appears Jasper will be a longshot to make the finals.

With two more pool play games remaining to be played in Jasper’s division, if both Bismarck and the host team from Mt. Home lose their final pool play games today, Jasper is eliminated.  All three teams will finish pool play at 1-3.  Mt. Home came from behind to beat Jasper 9-6 Saturday night so they have the tie-breaker between the two teams.   Bismarck beat Mt. Home earlier in the World Series, so they have the tie-breaker between those two.

Jasper advances only if Mt. Home beats Keene, NH and Bismarck beats Atlantic Beach, NJ.   Jasper lost to both Keene and Atlantic Beach earlier in the World Series.

Sunday night, Jasper scored two in the bottom of the first inning against Bismarck and added four more runs in the second enroute to the win.   Jasper scored three in the bottom of the sixth to end the game.

Jasper Centerfielder Issac Day had three RBIs for Jasper in the win.

Jack Ahlbrand threw a complete game one-hitter for Jasper striking out six.  Ahlbrand also had two RBIs in the game going 2-4 at the plate (singles).

Jasper 13U All-Stars Drop 3rd Game At World Series; Play Final Game Sunday Evening

Mt. Home, AR (NNDC) – The host team of the 2017 13U Babe Ruth World Series put the pressure on the Jasper All-Stars smacking nine hits and taking advantage of seven errors by the Ohio Valley Regional champions to take a 9-6 victory on Saturday night at McClain Family Park.  Both teams entered the game winless in the World Series.

Mountain Home trailed 4-3 before scoring six unanswered runs in the fourth and fifth innings to take a 9-4 cushion enroute to the win.

Jasper is now 0-3 in pool play and have now been eliminated from advance to the single-elimination finals.  Jasper will play its final game of the World Series tonight at 9pm against Bismark, ND.

You can watch a “LIVE LOOK” livestreamed of the game by CLICKING HERE.