Vincennes Lincoln took a Big 8 Conference 16-25, 25-21, 14-25, 25-19, 15-9, volleyball decision against Washington at the Hatchet House Monday.
Rachel Chattin had 24 kills for Washington, Araina Fidler 18 digs, Amber Taylor 28 assists and Megan Arnold three blocks.
Lions stop Wood Memorial
OAKLAND CITY — Class A No. 4 Loogootee defeated Blue Chip Conference foe Wood Memorial, 25-9, 25-8, 25-12, in volleyball Monday.
The Lions (23-4) were paced by 35 assists and nine points from Demi Richardson. Christina Ziegler had 15 kills, Waylee Wagoner 15 points and six digs, Maichala Beasley 13 kills, Abby Ackerman nine points, five kills and four digs and Kailye Robbins five digs.
Spartans best North Daviess
VINCENNES — South Knox defeated North Daviess, 25-23, 28-26, 25-20, Monday in volleyball.
North Daviess (16-10) was led by 20 digs and 11 service points by Alexis Brewer, Taylor Jeffers 17 points and 12 digs, Madison Reed 15 points, 10 assists and eight digs and Jessica Miller 11 points and six blocks.
Larynda Keith had nine digs and eight points, Chandra Bruner seven kills and four digs, Lenzi Brewer seven assists and five points, Cari Jo Wilson four kills and two digs, Janae Wagler two kills and Morgan Wadsworth one kill.
South Knox won the junior varsity match, 25-10, 25-6. North Daviess is 14-4.
Graber 2nd at state meet
CARMEL — Barr-Reeve’s Natalie Graber placed 2nd in the Indiana Middle School cross country meet Saturday.
Graber ran in a time of 11:21 to pace the Viking girls to a fifth place finish in a field of 27 teams.
Other Viking finishers included: Emily Schultheis, 15th, 11:58; Rachael Wilson, 38th, 12:30; Mary Lang, 59th, 12:50; Chloe Knepp, 115th, 13:37; and Brooke Kavanaugh, 212th, 16:36.
In the junior varsity race, Makayla Kavanaugh placed 12th in 13:03.
Katie Wagler was sixth in the third through fifth race in 8:46. Alexis Brewer placed 10th in 9:002 and Mariah Perkins was 13th in 9:07.
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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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