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Titans trip Hatchets
Gibson Southern defeated Washington, 12-2, in five innings in a high school baseball game Tuesday.
Washington scored single runs in the second and fourth innings. Zack Scheid and Nick Gray doubled for the Hatchets (9-8).
Scheid had two of Washington¹s six hits. Coleton Garland, Brayden Walls and Tyler Edmiston each had one.
Washington 010 10 - 2 6
Gibson Southern 320 52 - 12 14
Decker wins twice at sectional
Washington’s Madison Decker was a double winner in running events and Madi Webster of North Daviess won a field event at Tuesday's girls track sectional.
Vikings edge Hatchets
Barr-Reeve edged Washington, 3-2, in a girls high school tennis match at Lena Dunn Elementary School courts Tuesday.
Hatchets drop close decision
The Washington girls’ tennis team scratched and clawed for two and a half hours, but it just wasn¹’t enough.
Area baseball sectional draw
If the Class 3A baseball sectional at Jasper is going to be won, a team will likely have to beat the host Wildcats on the own field.
Wagler wallops Shoals
Addison Wagler drove in five runs with four hits, including a home run, as Barr-Reeve defeated Shoals, 20-0, in five innings Monday.
Wittmer gets win
Alex Wittmer carried a no-hitter into the fifth inning as North Daviess defeated Princeton, 6-4, Monday at Gil Hodges Field.
Eight different players from North Daviess (7-12), collected hits. Wittmer rang up double digits in strike outs while going the distance on the mound.
Hatchets chopped by North Posey
North Posey scored six runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to hand Washington a 10-0 defeat Monday.
The Vikings scored two runs in the first and single runs in the third and fifth innings to complete the victory.
Brayden Walls and Dalton Devine each had hits for the Hatchets (13-9).
Devine started the game for Washington and was relieved in the sixth inning by Max Smith.
Sectional time change
The time for today's girls tennis sectional match between Washington and Vincennes Rivet has been changed to 4:30 p.m.
The match had been scheduled for 5 p.m., but was changed due to a school activity at Washington.
White is the star
It may have been Senior Night for the Washington softball team, but freshman first basemen Lauren White stole the show.
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