Saturday, September 10, 2011
SPORTS: Jasper at Heritage Hills football
Jasper High School seniors Jon Bell, Clay Kincer and Ryan Stenftenagel, all 17 and of Jasper, applied body paint on their chests in their school colors to show support for the football team during Friday night's game against Heritage Hills in Lincoln City.
Left: Heritage Hills' Tre Williams wrapped his wrist in the locker room before Friday night's game against Jasper in Lincoln City. The Patriots beat the Wildcats 24-14. Right: Jasper's Sam Hahn deflected a potential touchdown pass with his arm intended for Heritage Hills' Devon Wahl in the endzone in the second half of Friday night's game in Lincoln City. The pass was incomplete. The Patriots beat the Wildcats 24-14.
Jasper's Jesse Schmitt celebrated in the endzone after scoring his team's second and last touchdown in the first half during Friday night's game in Lincoln City. The Patriots beat the Wildcats 24-14.
Jasper's Sam Hahn tackled Heritage Hills' Tre Williams during the second half of Friday night's game in Lincoln City. The Patriots beat the Wildcats 24-14.
Heritage Hills' Garrett Wetzel cheeed as he celebrated the 24-14 win against Jasper with his teammates on the field after Friday night's game in Lincoln City.
Jasper's Jordan Gould sat with his head in his hand on a bench in the locker room as he reflected on the team's loss to Heritage Hills 24-14 in Lincoln City. "Being a senior, it's just tough," he said. "You work all those two-a-days. You sweat. You bleed, and to not come out on top, it's a wake-up call. You never want to lose the game to a rival, and we've never lost to them until tonight, but in football, there are two halves you have to play. We didn't show up to play in the second half."