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August 24, 2013

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Washington places second

MONTGOMERY — The Washington girls golf team placed second in a four team match Thursday afternoon at Country Oaks. The Hatchets finished with a score of 196, 10 shots back of winners, Vincennes Lincoln at 186. North Daviess placed third at 213 and Pike Central came in fourth at 242. Natalya Meinhart shot a 41 and was named co-medalist with Ellie McClune of Vincennes Lincoln. Haven Lunsford shot a 45, while Cheyenne Jones shot a 46 and Alayna Purcell finished with a 64.

Hatchets lose to Castle

NEWBURGH — The Washington girls soccer team lost its season opener at Castle 2-0. The Hatchets surrendered two first half goals, but couldn’t find rhythm offensively in the first half. In the second half, the intensity increased, but Washington wasn’t able to score.

Hatchets lose to North Knox

BICKNELL — The Washington volleyball team lost to North Knox Thursday evening in four sets (25-21, 22-25, 9-25, 15-25). Emily Sullender and Lauren Terry each scored two aces apiece. Megan Arnold had 10 kills. Araina Fiddler and Jordan Carr had 11 digs each. Carr led Washington with 19 assists and Arnold had three blocks.

Cardinals fall to Shoals

Shoals defeated the Washington Catholic volleyball team in three straight matches (25-22, 25-11, 25-20) Thursday evening at the Bird Cage. Washington Catholic was led by junior Sarah Wild with five service points, four aces, two digs, eight assists and one kill. Senior Mary Anne Wichman had two digs and five kills. Sophomore Kasey Ivy registered one service point, three digs, one block, one assist and four kills. Senior Rachel May had two digs, three blocks and four kills. Senior Maria Concellon had one service point, one ace and five digs. The Cardinals junior varsity fell in two straight sets (25-19, 25-24).

Vikings breeze past Sullivan

MONTGOMERY — The Barr-Reeve volleyball team defeated Sullivan in three straight sets (25-12, 25-6, 25-5) Thursday evening at Kavanaugh Kourt. Jenna Knepp led the Vikings with 27 assists, and Allison Hoover and Skylar Chestnut added two assists apiece. Molly Wallace led the Vikings in points with 16 and Hania Sisco had 10. Wallace also led Barr-Reeve with five aces. Tiara Kenney had 12 kills.

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