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the herald ■ Wednesday, August 22, 2018

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Local schedule ■■ TODAY, AUGUST 22 Prep Volleyball Floyd Central at Jasper (F/JV/V)    5:30 Prep Boys Tennis Northeast Dubois at Barr-Reeve    4:30 ■■ THURSDAY, AUGUST 23 Prep Football Evansville Harrison at Jasper (F)    6:30 Southridge at Evansville North (F)    6:30 Heritage Hills at Evansville Mater Dei (F)    7:00 Prep Volleyball Forest Park at Crawford County (JV/V)    6:00 Northeast Dubois at North Knox (JV/V)    6:00 Southridge at Boonville (JV/V)    6:30 Heritage Hills at Evansville North (JV/V)    6:30 Prep Boys Soccer Jasper at Evansville Harrison (JV/V)    6:00 Mitchell at Southridge     6:00 Evansville Mater Dei at Heritage Hills (JV/V)    6:30 Northeast Dubois at Washington Catholic (V)    6:45 Prep Girls Soccer Northeast Dubois at Washington Catholic (V)    5:00 Princeton at Jasper (V)    6:30 Prep Boys Tennis North Posey at Southridge    5:30 Forest Park at South Spencer    5:30 Wood Memorial at Northeast Dubois    5:30 Heritage Hills at Gibson Southern    5:30 Prep Girls Golf Jasper at Washington    4:30 Southridge, North Posey at Gibson Southern    5:30 South Spencer at Forest Park    5:30 ■■ FRIDAY, AUGUST 24 Prep Football Jasper at Southridge (V)    7:30 Forest Park at Perry Central (V)    7:30 Tell City at Heritage Hills (V)    8:00 Prep Boys Tennis South Spencer at Heritage Hills    5:30 Jasper Four-Team Invite    6:30

Grade cross country AT HUNTINGBURG BOYS Team Scores 1. Barr-Reeve (34), 2. Heritage Hills (48), 3. Southridge (74), 4. Springs Valley (107), 5. Pike Central (112), no team score for Shoals Top 5 1. P. Lashley (HH) 10:55, 2. Stoll (BR) 11:08, 3. Brentlinger (HH) 11:18, 4. Forler (HH) 11:26, 5. Sward (BR) 11:37 Other Heritage Hills Results — 23. Toy 13:21, 25. C. Lashley 13:27, 28. Gogel 13:33, 34. Rahman 14:01, 36. Pierce 14:08, 39. Jordan 14:25, 42. Duttlinger 14:36, 55. Richards 16:22, 57. Sulter 17:05, 59. Wheatley 17:13, 60. Schulz 17:15, 63. Labella 17:28, 64. Harney 18:41, 70. Rexing 22:59 Southridge Results — 7. Wright 11:43, 15. Sherman 12:31, 17. Tooley 12:44, 19. Guiterrez 12:50, 24. Voegerl 13:22, 32. Cox 13:52, 48. Sturgeon 15:33, 51. Flamion 15:55, 53. Duncan 16:08 GIRLS Team Scores 1. Southridge (28), 2. Heritage Hills (46), 3. BarrReeve (62), 4. Pike Central (98), 5. Springs Valley (141), no team score for Shoals Top 5 1. Ayer (HH) 11:36, 2. Wibbeler (SR) 12:09, 3. Leathers (SR) 12:25, 4. Weisman (PC) 12:26, 5. Knepp (BR) 12:46 Other Southridge Results — 6. Blessinger 12:58, 8. Cox 13:10, 9. Fant 13:15, 14. Rasche 13:41, 17. Montgomery 13:57, 23. Durcholz 14:20, 35. Neher 15:35, 39. Graber 15:57 Other Heritage Hills Results — 7. Schnieders 13:07, 11. Schipp 13:34, 12. X. Peters 13:38, 15. Jordan 13:51, 25. S. Peters 14:40, 36. Lueken 15:41, 37. Flannagan 15:53, 41. Begle 16:00, 61. Lee 21:01, 62. Fuchs 21:04, 63. Coleman 21:06

Grade volleyball ■■ AT JASPER GRADE 8-A Jasper 2, Vincennes Clark 0 25-14, 25-20 GRADE 8-B Jasper 2, Vincennes Clark 0 25-6, 25-9 GRADE 7-A Jasper 2, Vincennes Clark 0 25-20, 25-11 GRADE 7-B Jasper 2, Vincennes Clark 1 17-15, 25-21, 9-15

Cats (Concluded from Page 18) at least in the first two sets,” she said. “We knew they had a couple stud hitters and they do a lot of fastballs. We tried to work at

Pats (Concluded from Page 19) Evansville Day and Castle and be okay.” While the Patriots were victorious on Tuesday, the team still believes there are several areas of play their team still needs to improve on — especially with a big opponent coming up on Thursday in Class 2A No. 3 Evansville Mater

■■ AT FERDINAND GRADE 8-A Southridge 2, Forest Park 0 25-16, 25-12 Kills: (FP) Betz 2 Assists: (FP) Schulz 1, LaGrange 1 Aces: (FP) Englert 3, Schulz 2 Blocks: (FP) Betz 1 Points: (FP) Schulz 5, Englert 4, Gehlhausen 4 GRADE 8-B Forest Park 2, Southridge 1 25-19, 21-25, 15-9 Kills: (FP) Geyer 2, Berg 2 Assists: (FP) Schuetter 3 Aces: (FP) Berg 6, Geyer 5, Schuetter 5, Englert 4, Brosmer 4 Points: (FP) Berg 9, Englert 8, Schuetter 6, Brosmer 6, Geyer 5 GRADE 7-A Southridge 2, Forest Park 0 25-23, 25-17 Kills: (FP) Egloff 1, Riley 1, Rasche 1 Assists: (FP) Rickenbaugh 2 Digs: (FP) Schneider 1 Aces: (FP) Rasche 1, Sherman 1, Schneider 1, Egloff 1 Points: (FP) Schneider 5 GRADE 7-B Southridge 2, Forest Park 0 25-9, 25-14 Kills: (FP) Smith 1, Beckman 1 Assists: (FP) Egloff 2 Digs: (FP) Mireles 1 Aces: (FP) Bordman 4, Moya 4, Betz 3 Points: (FP) Betz 8, Borman 6, Moya 5, Morales 5

Grade soccer AT JASPER BOYS ■■ Jasper Black 2, Washington 1 Washington........................................ 0    1    — 1 Jasper Blac........................................ 1    1    — 2 Goals: (J) Elizarraras, Boeglin Assists: (J) Pieper, King ■■ Jasper Gold 1, Washington 1 Washington........................................ 1    0    — 1 Jasper Gold....................................... 1    0    — 1 Goals: (J) Mehringer

Archery AT JASPER/Broken Arrow Archery Shoot AUG. 12 Open — 1. Jason Niehaus 266, 2. Joe Brown 261, 3. Cody Rowe 255 Release — 1. David Smith 228, 2. Dave Parker 190 Hunter — 1. Craig Voges 307, 2. Wes Deom 306, 3. Jeff Ball 297 Women — 1. Heather Mitchell 249 Cub — 1. Brayton Fromme 243, 2. Maddox Geyer 221, 3. Sabrina Mitchell 157

Prep cross country AT DUBOIS BOYS VARSITY ■■ Northeast Dubois 15, Paoli no team score 1. Schnell (NED) 18:46, 2. Brinkman (NED) 20:00, 3. Ford (P) 20:40, 4. Buechler (NED) 21:20, 5. Breitwieser (NED) 21:56, 6. Stafford (NED) 22:23, 7. Beckman (NED) 23:26, 8. Clark (P) 25:53, 9. Fromme (NED) 26:33, 10. Jones (P) 28:20, 11. Radcliff (P) 29:04, 12. Schepers (NED) 29:22

Prep golf AT SANTA CLAUS/Christmas Lake Golf Course GIRLS VARSITY ■■ Southridge 209, South Spencer 210, Heritage Hills 255 Medalist — Schneider (SR) 39 SOUTHRIDGE — Schneider 39, Marley 52, Heim 58, Morrison 61, Buechler 65, Nalley 66 HERITAGE HILLS — Reyes 61, Barrientos 63, Klem 64, Davis 67, Yanez 67, Prado 70 SOUTH SPENCER — Murphy 42, Mottler 52, Denhim 57, Nix 59, Sharp 69, Steinkamp 71

Stone 50, Pardon 51, Hayes 56

Prep soccer

AT HUNTINGBURG/Pocket Athletic Conference BOYS VARSITY ■■ Southridge 8, Tell City 2 Tell City............................................. 2    0    — 2 Southridge......................................... 4    4    — 8 Goals: (SR) Soto 2, Escobar 2, Villalta, Echeverria, Leon, Dubon Assists: (SR) Soto 2, Escobar, Martinez AT LINCOLN CITY/Pocket Athletic Conference BOYS VARSITY ■■ Heritage Hills 4, Forest Park 1 Forest Park........................................ 1    0    — 1 Heritage Hills..................................... 1    3    — 4 Goals: (FP) Helming; (HH) Leibering, Blasdel, Martinez, Lara Assists: (FP) Tretter; (HH) Lara, Fortune AT BRETZVILLE GIRLS VARSITY ■■ Providence 2, Forest Park 0 Providence......................................... 1    1    — 2 Forest Park........................................ 0    0    — 0 AT EVANSVILLE GIRLS VARSITY ■■ Heritage Hills 4, Evansville Day 1 Heritage Hills..................................... 3    1    — 4 Evansville Day.................................... 1    0    — 1 Goals: (HH) Schuler 2, Meunier, Neff Assists: (HH) Schuler, Genet, Wade, Lytton

Prep tennis AT JASPER/Big Eight Conference BOYS VARSITY ■■ Jasper 5, Boonville 0 Singles E. Franks (J) def. Meier 6-0, 6-0 Mic. Kluemper (J) def. Osha 6-0, 6-0 Sternberg (J) def. Miles 6-0, 6-0 Doubles Luebbehusen/Schmitt (J) def. Greer/Kirkland 6-0, 6-1 Mit. Kluemper/Himsel (J) def. Hyndman/Richardson 6-1, 6-0 JUNIOR VARSITY Singles Levy (J) def. Walls 8-0 Schultz (J) def. Denk 8-0 Ackerman (J) def. Walls 8-0 Hodell (J) def. Denk 8-0 Doubles Eckerle/Stratton (J) def. Bruce/Chapman 8-1 Hopf/O. Franks (J) def. Bruce/Chapman 6-1 AT LOOGOOTEE BOYS VARSITY ■■ Loogootee 5, Southridge 0 Singles M. Christmas (L) def. Mundy 6-4, 6-3 Ja. Wildman (L) def. Kinker 6-1, 6-2 Seals (L) def. Barkley 6-2, 6-1 Doubles S. Christmas/Jo. Wildman (L) def. Kappner/ Altmeyer 6-0, 6-0 Toy/Dearwester (L) def. Sternberg/Rasche 6-2, 6-0 JUNIOR VARSITY Doubles Dant/Powell (L) def. Schaeffer/Thyen 8-6 Wibbeler/Abell (SR) def. Lengacher/Taylor 8-4 Sherer/Hunter (SR) def. Poole/Sheetz 8-0

Prep volleyball

Blocks: (J) Kaiser 2 Aces: (J) Kizior 4, Gobert 3 AT PRINCETON VARSITY ■■ Princeton 3, Southridge 0 25-10, 25-18, 26-24 Kills: (SR) Tempel 5, Alstadt 4 Assists: (SR) M. Neukam 8, Kappner 6 Digs: (SR) Brewer 16, Delgado 15 Blocks: (SR) Altstadt 3 Aces: (SR) M. Neukam 2 JUNIOR VARSITY ■■ Princeton 2, Southridge 0 25-23, 25-23 Kills: (SR) Songer 4 Assists: (SR) Songer 8 Digs: (SR) King 8 Aces: (SR) King 3 AT EVANSVILLE VARSITY ■■ Evansville Mater Dei 3, Forest Park 0 25-11, 25-15, 25-11 Kills: (FP) Giesler 5 Assists: (FP) Werner 7 Digs: (FP) Giesler 8, Wiseman 8 Blocks: (FP) Zazzetti 2, Hassfurther 1 Aces: (FP) Giesler 1, Werner 1 Points: (FP) Giesler 4 JUNIOR VARSITY ■■ Evansville Mater Dei 2, Forest Park 0 25-20, 25-22 Kills: (FP) Gogel 3 Assists: (FP) Brandes 8 Digs: (FP) Welp 8 Aces: (FP) Brandes 1 Points: (FP) Brandes 6 C-TEAM ■■ Evansville Mater Dei 2, Forest Park 0 25-18, 25-18 Kills: (FP) Welp 4 Assists: (FP) Brandes 6 Digs: (FP) Burger 7 Aces: (FP) Burger 3 Points: (FP) Brandes 6

Pro golf WORLD GOLF RANKING Through Aug. 19 1. Dustin Johnson................................. USA 10.30 2. Brooks Koepka................................. USA 10.07 3. Justin Thomas.................................. USA 9.53 4. Justin Rose....................................... ENG 8.73 5. Jon Rahm..........................................ESP 7.72 6. Francesco Molinari............................. ITA 7.50 7. Rory McIlroy.......................................NIR 7.02 8. Jordan Spieth.................................... USA 6.78 9. Rickie Fowler..................................... USA 6.60 10. Jason Day....................................... AUS 6.36 11. Tommy Fleetwood............................ ENG 6.00

12. Patrick Reed................................... USA 5.28 13. Alex Noren...................................... SWE 5.25 14. Bubba Watson................................ USA 5.22 15. Paul Casey...................................... ENG 4.99 16. Webb Simpson................................ USA 4.62 17. Xander Schauffele........................... USA 4.41 18. Marc Leishman............................... AUS 4.40 19. Henrik Stenson............................... SWE 4.40 20. Hideki Matsuyama............................JPN 4.39 21. Bryson DeChambeau....................... USA 4.10 22. Phil Mickelson................................. USA 4.02 23. Tyrrell Hatton.................................. ENG 3.98 24. Patrick Cantlay................................ USA 3.94 25. Sergio Garcia...................................ESP 3.91

On the air All Times EST  ■■ TODAY, AUGUST 22 TELEVISION 2 p.m. — MLB baseball: Cincinnati Reds at Milwaukee Brewers (FOXSMW) 3 p.m. — Little League World Series: Seoul vs. Kawaguchi, International Semifinal (ESPN) 3 p.m. — Men’s soccer: UEFA Champions League, Ajax vs. Dynamo Kyiv (TNT) 7 p.m. — MLS soccer: New York City FC vs. New York Red Bulls (FS1) 7:30 p.m. — Little League World Series: Staten Island vs. Honolulu, United States Semifinal (ESPN) 10 p.m. — MLB baseball: St. Louis Cardinals at Los Angeles Dodgers (ESPN) 10 p.m. — Men’s soccer: Liga MX, Tijuana vs. Santos Laguna (FS1) RADIO 9:15 p.m. — MLB baseball: St. Louis Cardinals at Los Angeles Dodgers (WQKZ 98.5 FM) ■■ THURSDAY, AUGUST 23 TELEVISION 3 p.m. — Little League World Series: International Bracket, semifinal (ESPN) 6:30 p.m. — WNBA basketball: Playoffs Second Round, Los Angeles Sparks vs. Washington Mystics (ESPN2) 7 p.m. — Little League World Series: United States Bracket, semifinal (ESPN) 8 p.m. — MLB baseball: Cincinnati Reds at Chicago Cubs (FOXSMW) 8 p.m. — NFL football: Preseason, Philadelphia Eagles at Cleveland Browns (FOX) 8:30 p.m. — WNBA basketball: Playoffs Second Round, Phoenix Mercury vs. Connecticut Sun (ESPN2) RADIO 4:30 p.m. — Southridge Raiders at the Gaslight, with special guests the SHS Girls Golf Team (WITZ 104.7 FM) 6:30 p.m. — Prep football: From the Bench Coaches Show with Southridge football coach Scott Buening (WBDC 100.9 FM) 7:25 p.m. — Prep boys soccer: Jasper at Evansville Harrison (WITZ 104.7 FM)

b r i e f ly

Jasper tickets/passes mailed out JASPER — All 2018 Jasper football season tickets and sports passes have been mailed out. If you still have not received yours, contact the Jasper High School athletic office at 812-482-4450.

Youth camp night scheduled JASPER — All soccer players who participated in the Jasper youth scocer game in June are invited to attend the Jasper vs. Mount Vernon boys soccer game along with their family this Saturday. The group will be recognized on the field during halftime of the varsity game. Varsity plays at 12:45 p.m. at the Jasper High School soccer field with the JV game to follow at 2:30.

AT SANTA CLAUS/Christmas Lake Golf Course GIRLS VARSITY ■■ Vincennes Lincoln 197, Forest Park 244 Medalists — Leonard and Kirchoff (VL) 48 FOREST PARK — M. Jones 53, McKim 58, A. Jones 61, Hanna 64, Jacob 65, Wendholt 66, Borden 66, Lasher 71 VINCENNES LINCOLN — Leonard 48, Kirchoff 48,

AT LINCOLN CITY VARSITY ■■ Jasper 3, Heritage Hills 0 25-22, 25-17, 25-9 Kills: (J) Merder 16, Egbert 13, Hilgefort 10; (HH) Vance 6, Vinson 4 Assists: (J) Wigand 41; (HH) Marchand 11 Digs: (J) Hedinger 21; (HH) Schnuck 11, Quinn 7, Skelton 6 Blocks: (J) Merder 4, Wildman 3; (HH) Gordon 2 Aces: (J) Hilgefort 3, Wildman 3; (HH) Quinn 2 JUNIOR VARSITY ■■ Jasper 2, Heritage Hills 0 25-18, 25-11 Kills: (J) Schwenk 8, Fuhs 4 Assists: (J) Kizior 18 Digs: (J) Helming 9

closing up blocks and speeding up defense to go with the fast hits. We did pretty well the first two sets.” The Patriots, who dropped two in a row after Tuesday night’s loss, have been struggling with finding their consistency in this early part of the season, and White recognizes this fact as a

condition that comes with an inexperienced team. Last season the seniors played the majority of the minutes, and in their absence, other girls are going to have to rise to the challenge of filling in those contributions. In order to help with that, one of the things that White is trying to teach the team is how their emo-

tional state can affect the game. When players bring their emotional energies and channel them towards a game, good things tend to happen. And in moments when the team is flat emotionally, that is when the frustration can set in and cause the team to drop easy plays they would normally make. “Early on there were more of

those emotional points that we could have got momentum from and carried us, I think that would have helped us in the long run,” she said. “I think if we had just gotten a couple of those harder points and won the long rallies, they would have had the momentum to keep us going hard the whole time.”

Dei. Asbury wants to see the Patriots make less mistakes and be smarter with some of their shottaking opportunities. “We finished a lot of shots over the crossbar and took some shots that were a little too deep and were basically free balls for the keeper,” Asbury said. “I think we also have to work on our defense, especially on counter attacks. I don’t think we did a good job on those because we didn’t take care of the ball.”

Blasdel added: “Defensively I think we’ve struggled. We’re improving each game but I think we still need to be a lot more physical, because that’s where we’re lacking. Our communication also isn’t very good right now, but once we work on those things, then I think we’ll be a real sharp team.” For Foerster and the Rangers, even though Tuesday’s game ended up in the loss column, he was ecstatic to see the confidence grow after Helming’s equalizer goal in

the first half. With that energy as well as the scrappy play the Rangers utilized, Foerster believes things should be looking up. “The boys played hard and we knew we had a chance today,” Foerster said. “Our goal was to play physical this game because Heritage Hills is always a physical bunch, and that gave us a lot of confidence on the ball. Once we started to win the balls more, we could build up more of our attack.”

After scoring in the first minute on Tuesday night, Asbury is hoping that the Patriots can do something similar against the No. 3 ranked sectional foe Wildcats on Thursday to help gain an early edge. “Ah, man, that would be great wouldn’t it?” Asbury said with a laugh. “We have to continue to work on being confident and keeping the energy high for 80 minutes. We can’t have bad play on Thursday because Mater Dei has weapons and they’ll kill us.”

Cats/Raiders tickets on sale Tickets for the Jasper vs. Southridge football game at Raider Field will be on sale starting today in the Southridge High School athletic office, and starting Thursday in the Jasper High School athletic office. The cost of a ticket is $5. Kickoff is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. on Friday at Raider Field. Jasper fans will sit on the east side and Southridge fans will sit on the west side.