Hatchets remain undefeated
In the opening game of the Southern Indiana Junior High Soccer Conference, the Washington boys soccer team defeated Mount Carmel 2-0 Wednesday.
The Hatchets (13-0) got their first goal from Matthew Trueblood, who finished off a corner kick from Luiz Perez. Solomon Davis scored Washington’s second goal off a give-and-go from Perez. The Hatchets are the No. 1 seed in the tournament taking place at the sports complex. Washington will face No. 3 Pike Central Saturday at 5:30 p.m. and No. 2 Jasper Saturday at 8:30 p.m.
WC boys, girls finish up season
The Washington Catholic Middle School boys soccer team lost 3-2 to Pike Central in the first game of the Southern Indiana Junior High Conference Tournament.
Brock Craney and Grant Davis accounted for the two goals for the Cardinals.
The girls lost to Princeton in their first game, 4-2. Christina Smith and Hannah Ashby scored a goal a piece for the Lady Cardinals. Both the boys and girls finish their season on Saturday.
Cougars defeat Thunderbirds
ELNORA — North Daviess defeated North Central, 25-11, 25-19, 27-25, in volleyball.
Alexis Brewer and Taylor Jeffers each had 17 digs for the Cougars (16-8).
Madison Reed had 13 assists, Jeffers had nine kills. Lenzi Brewer added six aces.
Hatchets remain undefeated
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Wagler, Stoll pace Vikings
Brandon Wagler and Myron Stoll each hit three-run home runs as Barr-Reeve defeated Eastern Greene, 15-3, in six innings Monday.
WHS camp is Monday
The Washington Hatchet's Summer Tennis Camp begins Monday at the Lena Dunn Elementary School courts.
Boys and girls entering grades three through eight this coming school year wishing to participate may register when the camp begins at 9 a.m. The camp continues each day until 10:30 a.m. through Thursday.
Each player should bring a racket (one can be provided), a towel and a water bottle.
The cost of the camp is $25 per person. Checks should be made to WHS Boys Tennis.
Washington Catholic High School is seeking coaches for the fall season.
Coaching positions open include: varsity and junior varsity volleyball; junior high volleyball, and junior high boys soccer.
Persons interested in these positions should contact athletic director John Howell at 812-254-2050, or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hatchets top Cougars
Washington out slugged North Daviess, 15-10, at the Sports Complex Monday.
Chestnut's big day lifts Vikings
Tuesday evening’s Class A Sectional 63 championship was supposed to be a battle between two bitter rivals, but it turned out to be a Viking coronation.
Tennis doubles sectional at Jasper
The girls tennis doubles sectional at Jasper will have an all area flavor starting this evening.
Vikings get 16th victory
The Barr-Reeve baseball team (16-6) defeated Southridge, 2-1, Saturday in one of its final tuneup's before the Class A Sectional at Loogootee.
Heller places 12th
Vincennes University freshman and former Washington High School graduate Chloe Heller placed 12th in the Women's 10000 meters at the 2013 Division I NJCAA Outdoor Track & Field National Championship.
Barr-Reeve upsets North Daviess in Sectional
The road to a championship almost always involves overcoming obstacles and a little bit of adversity.
All good things come to an end for Washington
All good things come to an end.
Heritage Hills (21-6) defeated Washington (14-9), 5-0, in the first round of the Class 3A Sectional Monday behind a dominant pitching performance from junior Kaitlin Kralj.
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