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November 15, 2012

Lady Cougars stay undefeated

Sports Briefs

LAWRENCEVILLE, Ill. — North Daviess improved to 2-0 in girls varsity basketball with a 62-29 victory against Lawrenceville (Ill.) Monday evening.

The Cougars have only surrendered 44 points in its two victories this season. North Daviess was led by Sabra Smith with 20 points. Junior Meghan Knepp scored 11 points, and Brooke Moore, Maggie Schwartzentruber and Makayla Spears scored eight a piece.

Lady Hatchets even record

Washington’s seventh grade girls basketball team evened its mark at 1-1 with a 36-20 win against Pike Central in its home opener.

The Hatchets were led in scoring by Jalynn Austin with 12 and Elizabeth Stallman with eight points. Sarah Lewis and Havyn Myers scored  four each. Lily Durnil, Hannah Shrieves and Tyra Thombleson also added two points a piece.

Washington opend the season this past Thursday, losing to Princeton, 23-18.

 Leading the way for the Hatchets was Elizabeth Stallman with seven points, followed by Sara Lewis and Jalynn Austin with three. Lily Durnil and Hannah Shrieves with two, and Lakota Jones one.

Stoll receives award

Washington’s Tyler Stoll has been named the WFIE Player of the Week.

To win the award from the Evansville television station, the player must have a GPA of at least 3.0, be involved with the community along with athletic acheivements.

Stoll plays varsity tennis, basketball and golf for Washington.

The award was presented Wednesday.

Hatchets drop Chargers

Washington’s eighth grade girls basketball team defeated Pike Central, 25-10 Tuesday.

Calie Garland scored nine points for the Hatchets, Neida Revolorio scored six, Mary Barnard and Gissele Santos four each and Madison Murphy two.

Hatchets fall to Heritage Hills

LINCOLN CITY — The seventh grade Washington boys basketball team lost two games to Heritage Hills. In the first game, the Hatchets lost 53-22.

Scoring for the Hatchets were Michael Deaves, Cameron Osmon, and Isaac Whitehead with four each, Billy Fleetwood, Gage Latham, Jamal Robinson and Sam Erb two each and  Sam Francis and Coby Robinson one each.

In the second game, the Hatchets lost 34-27.

Scoring for the Hatchets were Brandon Wolfe with six points, Michael Deaves scored five, Cameron Osmon, Sam Erb, and Wesley Edwards four each and Colin Elliot and Jake Ledgerwood two each.

Vikings win 2nd game

MONTGOMERY — Barr-Reeve’s eighth grade boys basketball team inproved to 2-0 with a 55-37 win Monday against Springs Valley.

Jonny Walker scored points for Barr-Reeve, Trevor Lengacher scored 11, Kolten Graber and Macaleb Stoll eight each, Will Scott six, Mitchell Wagler three, Trent Graber, Levi Murdoch and Hawk Royer two each.

Vikings gain split with Jeeps

DUBOIS — Barr-Reeve’s fifth and sixth grade boys basketball teams split a pair of season-opening games Tuesday with Northeast Dubois.

Northeast Dubois won the sixth grade game, 39-28.

Nathan Hunt scored 10 points for the Vikings, Conner Heller and Keegan O’Neil scored six each, Mitchell Kavanaugh four and Jacob  Wagler two.

Barr-Reeve won the fifth grade game, 40-30.

Isaac Wagler scored 10 points for the Vikings, Ross Knepp scored eight, Quenten Yoder sevenn, Gabe Gladish and Tristan Graber six each and Gage Wilson three.

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