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April 28, 2021

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B-4 Wednesday, April 28, 2021 The Press-Dispatch rebounds. Gabe Lerhane (1)‚ netted 15 points and three re- bounds for the Bods. In game one, Team Won bettered RuNNinRage 87-60, with Chantz Parson (8) bag- ging 27 points and eight re- bounds for Team Won. Brian Riley (6) had 19 points and nine rebounds for RuNNin- Rage. Game seven saw the Long- shots post a 49 -37 win over the Benchwarmers, with Trent Barrett (0) scoring 16 points and five rebounds for the Longshots. The Benchwarm- ers were led by Brandon Schaefer (1), with 10 points and four rebounds. Heritage Hills tops invite The boys' Southridge Track and Field Invitation- al was a convincing win for the Heritage Hills Patriots with 128 points to Forest Park 106 and Southridge 92. Pike Central (14) scored in five events, ending up sev- enth ahead of Wood Memo- rial(6), but trailing NE Du- bois (35), North Posey (61) and Princeton (72). Braden Howald was the top Charger finisher, placing third in the pole vault with a height of 11'6". Teammate Barrett Boyd cleared 10'6" and was sixth in the eight- team standings. Senior Stephen Krieg taped 116'5" for fourth in the discus and Kline placed sixth in the shot put with a dis- tance of 32'7". The 3200 -me- ter relay finished fourth for four points and the 1600 -me- ter relay took sixth to score one point PCMS netters better North Daviess 3-2 Both doubles and number three singles prevailed for a 3-2 win over North Daviess this past Thursday. Lainey Leighty blanked her oppo- nent in pro sets 8 -0 in the number three singles spot. Lillian Mann and Brylee Walker combined for an 8 -2 win in the number one dou- bles match, and Emily Mc- Gillem and Amilea Adams teamed for an 8 -3 win over North Daviess in number two doubles. Alyssa McCutchan lost a close 8 -7 contest in number one singles action and Elle Readle fell 8 -0 at number two singles. Calleigh Wibbel- er won a close 8 -7 JV match, and Lillian Mann and Lainey Leighty fell 6 -4 in JV singles. Eibhlin Teague lost 8 -0, and the team of Brena Potts and Hattie Yager lost 8 -2 in dou- bles. Emily McGillem and Brylee Walker fell 6 -3 in a second doubles match. Chargers take three seconds at Dubois-Pike Invite Seniors Garrett Boyd, Ste- phen Krieg and junior Quin- lan Teague pulled down sec- ond-place points for the Char- gers during the Dubois-Pike Invite last week. Junior Eri- ka Vinnedge and senior Lau- ren Young had fourth-place finishes, and Griffin Boyd, Young and Joey Ridao took fifth-place finishes. Garrett Boyd cleared 11' in the pole vault and Griffin Boyd placed fifth at 10'6". Stephen Krieg made a toss of 37'.5" for second in the shot put and Quinlan Teague was second in the 3200 meter run, with a time of 12:17.70. Erika Vinnedge missed first by a little over a foot with a 29'1" toss of the shot for fourth. Lauren Young placed fourth in the 100 hur- dles, clocking 17.84 and was fifth in the 300 hurdles, with a time of 54.10. The boys took fourth- place points in all three re- lays, clocking 9:23.10 in the 3200, 49.21 in the 400 and 3:52.28 in the 1600. The girls placed fifth in the 400 relay in 1:00.13, less than two sec- onds out of third place. The Jasper Wildcats dom- inated in both boys' and girls' competition in the Du- bois-Pike Track and Field In- vitational last Thursday, win- ning 18 events between both teams. Southridge was sec- ond in boys and girls, Forest Park third, NE Dubois fourth and Pike Central fifth. TEAM SCORES Girls: Jasper, 175, South- ridge 78, Forest Park 65, NED, 36, Pike Central 14. Boys: Jasper, 126, South- ridge 85.5, Forest Park 80, NED 38.5, Pike Central 7. OTWELL Continued from page 1 Bobcats on the loose Angie Fettinger had the recent opportunity to get a closeup look and then a camera phone snapshot of a full-grown bobcat walking on the lane straight across from her front door. Her husband, Larry, said that they have seen them for several years, sometimes with young, but this time, Angie was able to take a picture before it vanished. Pictured is some action from Sunday's Otwell Men's Basketball League on Sunday.

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