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August 23, 2013

Sports Briefs

Hatchets fall to Rivet

MONTGOMERY — The Washington girls golf team (8-13) lost to Vincennes Rivet 160-209 Wednesday afternoon at Country Oaks. Washington was led by sophomore Haven Lunsford’s 46, followed by Natalya Meinhart’s 48. Cheyenne Jones shot a 57 and Alayna Purcell shot a 58. The medalist was Carly Wagonner from Rivet with a 36.

“Our young team was lead today by Haven Lunsford with a round of 46,” said Washington coach Morris Petty. “This was Haven’s best nine hole round of the season. She is improving every day and we feel that she will be a significant contributor as our season progresses. Natalya (Meinhart) has been fighting illness all week but she hung in there and had a decent round. A couple of bad holes kept her from being in the low 40’s. Cheyenne struck the ball well once again but both her and Alayna struggled around the greens. We didn’t chip well for the most part and had entirely too many putts. (78 putts as a team). We need to improve our short game if we are to be competitive in the upcoming sectional.”

Hatchets down Pike Central

PETERSBURG — The Washington volleyball team defeated Pike Central 3-1 (16-25, 25-22, 25-19, 25-20) Wednesday evening. Araina Fiddler led the Hatchets with four aces, Jordan Carr had 32 assists, Megan Arnold added 13 kills, Fiddler, Emily Sullender and Brooke Baumert had six digs each and Lauren Terry had two blocks. The Washington junior varsity lost both games to Pike Central, 24-25, 20-25.

Cardinals defeats Shoals

The Washington Catholic boys soccer team defeated Shoals 5-0 Tuesday afternoon in the season opener at Rees Field. The Cardinals were led by junior Blaine Fuhs with four goals. Senior Brody Wilson added one goal and two assists Josh Fiscus had two assists and Luke Fields with an assist.

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