The Washington Times-Herald

August 29, 2013

Thursday's sports briefs


The Washington Times-Herald

---- — Hatchets beats Lincoln

VINCENNES — The Washington boys soccer team defeated Vincennes Lincoln 1-0 Tuesday evening to improve their record to 3-1 this season. Tony Serrano broke a scoreless tie with a goal in the 56th minute off a corner kick from Luke Raymond.

The Hatchets outshot Lincoln, 12-4 and had a 7-1 advantage in corner kicks.

Senior Brooks Brown played all 80 minutes between the posts to record the shutout.

Lady Hatchets beat North Daviess

The Washington volleyball team overcame a 0-2 set deficit to win the final three sets (22-25, 18-25, 25-17, 25-20, 15-5) and defeat North Daviess Tuesday evening at the Hatchet House. Emily Sullender and Lyndsey Carrico led Washington with six aces apiece. Megan Arnold led the Hatchets with 18 kills, while Lauren Terry had nine and Emily Sullender had seven. Jordan Carr registered 32 assists. LYndsey Carrico led WHS with 16 digs, while Jordan Carr had 15, Lauren Terry and Emily Sullender had six.

Morgan Wadsworth had five blocks, three kills, 17 digs, one ace and one assist for the Cougars. Madison Reed had one block, three kills, 13 digs, one ace and 16 assists. Taylor Jeffers added one block, 10 kills and 21 digs. Chandra Bruner scored eight kills, six digs and three aces. Nicole Woodruff registered six digs and one assist. Randi Pershing had 13 digs. Alexis Reed scored three kills and two digs. Jessica Miller had four blocks, eight kills and three digs. Lenzi Brewer had one kill, 10 digs and 12 assists.

The Washington junior varsity won two of three sets (23-25, 25-13, 15-8) against North Daviess.

Cardinals fall to Pike Central

The Washington Catholic volleyball team lost to Pike Central in three consecutive sets Tuesday evening (14-25, 16-25, 18-25). The Cardinals were led by senior Mary Anne Wichman’s four service points, two aces, three digs and four kills. Senior Rachel May had one dig, two blocks and two kills. Senior Maria Concellon added one service point, five digs and one kill. Senior Audry Groves had four service points, two aces and one dig. Junior Sarah Wild scored one service point, one ace, two digs and seven assists.

Cardinals soccer keeps rolling

The Washington Catholic boys soccer team defeated Pike Central 7-1 and the girls team defeated Pike Central 5-1 Tuesday evening at Rees Field. The boys got a hat trick in each half from junior captain Blaine Fuhs to finish with six of the seven Cardinal goals — the other goal went to Zack Taylor. Goalie Jon Mitchell had 10 saves.

The girls got two goals a piece from seniors Elizabeth Perkins and Vibeki Salmelid. Macy Kane had a goal and an assist and Sydney Dunbar had 12 saves.

Lions defeat Linton

LINTON — The Loogootee volleyball team defeated Linton in three straight sets (25-13, 25-12, 25-11) Tuesday night. The Lions were led by Christina Ziegler with 15 kills, while Michala Beasley had 10 and Abby Ackerman added nine. Demi Richardson registered 33 assists. Kailye Robbins led Loogootee with nine diggs, Lauren Bowling and Michala Beasley had six apiece. Waylee Wagoner had 13 points to lead the Lions.

Cougars defeat WRV

The North Daviess boys tennis team defeated White River Valley 3-2 Tuesday afternoon. Braden Lawyer lost at No. 1 singles 1-6, 3-6. Trevor Wikle and Trent Bowman won at the other two singles positions. At No. 1 doubles, Tommy Newby-Brian Lawyer won in straight sets, but the tandem of Ethan Hawk-Tanner Gray lost in three sets at No. 2 doubles.

Lions lose to Southridge

LOOGOOTEE — The Loogootee boys tennis team lost to Southridge 3-2 Tuesday afternoon. Gabe Nolley earned a victory at No. 1 singles for the Lions in straight sets. Tylan Norris followed suit at No. 2 singles, but Jayce Wagoner couldn’t follow the trend and lost at No. 3 singles. Both the No. 1 doubles team of Jordan Berry-Wyatt Wade and the No. 2 doubles tandem of Landon Bell-Caleb Dant lost.