Washington falls to Linton
LINTON - The Washington Hatchet volleyball team dropped a three-game match to Linton.
The Hatchets fell 14-25, 13-25 and 14-25. They were led by Jordan Carr with 15 assists, Lauren Terry with seven kills,
Megan Arnold 5 kills, Araina Fidler and Brooke Baumert with seven digs each, Emily Sullender with five digs, along with four each from Lindsay Carrico 4 and Arnold.
The JV also lost 25-12,18-25 and 12-15.
Hatchets tie Forest Park
FOREST PARK — The Washington boys soccer team (8-1-1) played to a 1-1 tie at Forest Park Tuesday evening. Carson Smith gave the Hatchets a 1-0 lead in the 47th minute, but Forest Park tied the game with a goal in the 73rd minute. Brooks Brown had two saves for Washington.
WCMS falls to NED
On Tuesday, the Washington Catholic Middle school volleyball team lost to Northeast Dubois. WC lost 14-25 in the first set and lost the second set 12-25.
“Even though we lost, this was our first match and we expect to only improve from here. I was proud of the girls for calling the ball and we didn’t have any dropped balls. For most of the girls, this was their first ever volleyball game and I think they did very well and showed they can compete. We were even tied in the first set and took a small lead,” said coach Jodie Nuekam.
WJHS picks up wins over Rivet
VINCENNES - The Washington Junior High Hatchet volleyball team picked up wins at both the seventh and eighth grade level.
The seventh grade team (1-2) won 25-10 and 25-13. They were led by Marlene White with nine points and Sarah Lancaster with eight.
The eighth graders won 25-7 and 25-14. Selena Ellzoth had 16 points, while Lokata Jones had five kills and one block.
Lions defeat Cougars
LOOGOOTEE — The Loogootee volleyball team (10-1) defeated North Daviess in three straight sets (25-11, 25-7, 25-9). Michala Beasley led the LIons with 14 kills, Christina Ziegler had 11 and Abby Ackerman had 10. Demi Richardson had 36 assists. Waylee Wagoner added nine digs and Lauren Bowling had eight. Beasley and Richardson scored 15 points apiece.