Aces defeat Hatchets
Mt. Carmel (Ill.) defeated Washington, 179-199, at Country Oaks in a Big Eight Conference golf match.
Natalya Meinhart shot 46 to pace the Hatchets (20-32). Kayla Mercer shot 49, Cheyenne Jones 51, Haven Lunsford 53, Destiny Graber 57 and Liz Sievers 62.
Mount Carmel’s Annie Leighty was medalist with a round of 42.
Hatchets top Spartans, 2-0
Washington’s junior varsity girls soccer team defeated South Knox’s varsity, 2-0, at the Sports Complex Wednesday.
Kaitlyn Smith scored one minute into the second half for Washington’s first goal. Emily Mahan scored the second goal off a cross with 24:47 left to play.
Robinson earns victory
Washington’s Jamal Robinson won a triangular meet with Vincennes Clark and Rivet Wednesday.
Robinson ran in a time of 11:49, leading the Hatchets to a team-winning score of 26. Clark was second with 31. Rivet did not have enough runners to score.
Other finishers for Washington were: Wesley Edwards, fourth, 12:57; Shawn Greene, sixth, 13:03; Brady Turner, seventh, 13:07; Bradley Decker, eighth, 13:18; Curtis Tucker, ninth, 13:21; Brandon Richter, 18th, 16:51; Kory Pfender, 20th, 19:09.
Emily Matthews ran eighth in a time of 14:39 for Washington’s girls. Clarke won the team event with 15 points and Rivet had 50. Washington did not enough runners to score.
Other Washington finishers were: Mykah Myers, 12th, 16:40; Mallory Heller, 15th, 17:44; and Maya Gray, 17th, 18:21.
Hatchets top Cougars, 5-0
Washington’s junior high tennis team defeated North Daviess, 5-0.
Ben Lambert defeated Ethan Hawk, 8-5, Jacob Overton topped Tanner Gray, 8-4, and Caleb Arthur won against Michael Holt, 8-0, in singles.
In doubles, Jake Wilson-Hunter Escalera defeated Garrett Huff-Caleb Wagler, 8-1, and Kaleb Knepp-John Rook defeated Craig Parsons-Ethan Jerrels, 8-2. North Daviess’ Cody Keith defeated Nate Napier, 6-0, and Washington’s Jacob Rice won, 6-3.
Stats needed from coaches
Area varsity coaches are asked to begin sending in stats for their players beginning Monday.
Following is a list of statistics requested for each sport:
Volleyball: Top three players in kills, digs and assists.
Cross country: Best three times for both boys and girls from your school.
Soccer: Top three in goals, shots and assists. For goalies, shots faced and allowed.
Tennis: Records for singles and doubles players.
Golf: Average score for nine and 18-hole rounds and best scores for each player.
Please send by email to gsims@washtimesherald, or fax to 812-254-7517.
Sports Briefs for Friday
Aces defeat Hatchets
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While everyone in Indiana certainly knows the story of the Zeller brothers and the impact they have had on Washington, several sets of brothers once dominated the basketball landscape in Daviess County.
Freedom win first game of summer
Trevor Claridge went the distance to give the Washington Freedom its first win of the season in a 10-5 win over Sullivan. After Claridge surrendered one run in each of the first two innings, Washington broke out with a five-run rally in the top of the third. Sullivan crept closer at 5-3 with a run in the bottom of the inning, and Washington added two more runs to extend the lead to 7-3 and put the game out of reach.
Like enjoys summer Freedom
What a difference a year makes.
A year ago, former Pike Central catcher Brady Like was spending the summer honing his baseball skills in hopes of having a standout senior season, which could allow him to continue his baseball career at the collegiate level.
Edmiston swings away
Tyler Edmiston has been through a lot in the past four years, but that has only made him a stronger person and even better baseball player.
The Heat need more from LeBron
The Miami Heat were supposed to be past this. LeBron James was supposed to be past this. All year the Heat showed us how good they could be when they played at their best.
Freedom falls to 0-4
The Washington Freedom is still trying to find a rhythm, but it’s not getting easier with each passing game.
Washington Post 120/121 lost to Princeton Post 25 18-3 Monday night at the Sports Complex to drop to 0-4 on the season.
Alan Lemon races into retirement
It really wasn’t all that long ago that Alan Lemon enjoyed racing his 1955 Chevrolet at regional drag strips.
He now may have time to try his hand at a race or two in the future.
WHS season ends Thursday at Country Oaks
Thursday’s golf regional at Country Oaks Golf Club didn’t end with the results the Washington Hatchets were seeking.
The Hatchets placed 14th in a field of 18 teams while shooting a team score of 338.
LeBron continues to amaze us
The NBA Finals are about stars, and boy do we have a star-studded matchup for this year’s championship round. The Miami Heat will be in for another long series when they meet the San Antonio Spurs — a team going for its fifth title since 1999.
WHS falls at Regional
Washington’s first doubles team of Rachel Chattin and Audra Stallman were defeated by Evansville Mater Dei’s Emily McAtee and Jenna Smith, 6-4, 6-2, in the opening round of the doubles regional tournament at Bedford North Lawrence Saturday.
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