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September 13, 2013

Friday's Sports Briefs

Lady Hatchets fall to Mt. Carmel

MT. CARMEL (Ill.) - The Washington Lady Hatchet golf team competed in a Big 8 duel with Mount Carmel (Ill.) on Wednesday. The Lady Aces took the event, as WHS was only able to field three golfers due to illness. Leading WHS was Haven Lunsford with a 49, followed by Cheyenne Jones with a 50 and Alayna Purcell with a 61

WHS falls to 16-27 with the loss.

Hatchets fall to Bloomfield

BLOOMFIELD - The Washington Hatchet volleyball team dropped a four-game match with Bloomfield on Wednesday.

The Hatchets dropped the first two games, 17-25 and 14-25, before winning the third, 25-23. The Carinals then took the deciding game, 25-5.

WHS was led by Jordan Carr with 16 digs, 15 assists and two aces. Megan Arnold added 14 kills, while Lindsey Carrico had 14 digs and Emily Sullender added a pair of aces.

Hatchets take down Boonville

The Washington boys tennis team (10-2, 2-0 Big 8) defeated Boonville 5-0 Tuesday afternoon at Lena Dunn Elementary School. Lucas Miller, Jacob Luttrell and Michael Ramsey all advanced in singles matches in straight sets. The duo of Tyler Stoll-Corey Thompson won in straight sets also. At No. 2 doubles, Jake Bedwell-Jon Harner were victorious in a three set match (6-7 (6), 6-3, 6-4). The Hatchet junior varsity won 6-0.

Cardinals bounce back with victory

VINCENNES — The Washington Catholic girls soccer team bounced back after its first loss of the season to Sullivan with a 3-0 road victory against Vincennes Lincoln. Senior Elizabeth Perkins registered a hat trick and fellow senior Morgan Smith added an assist.

Results from The Big Bite Golf Tourney

MONTGOMERY - Results from Country Oaks, Par 72

1st Gene Courtney,Larry Stafford,Tony Wease(-10); 2nd Jr Byron,Mark Goodman,Delbert Stoll,Jim Henry(-7); 3rd Tom Alvey,Jim Eckerle,Tom McAtee,John Bloom(-6); T-4th Phil Culver,Fred Hume,Paul Brunson(-5); T-4th Jim Martin,John Drake,Garth Riffey,Linus Buchheit(-5); 6th Les Potts,Jack Butcher,Jay Justice(-1); 7th Mike Lewis,Calvin Guy,Jack Williams,Morris Cornelius(even); 8th Mike Anderson,George Templin,Glen Gilley,Ernie Kingery(+3); 9th Mike Guinn,Dick Lemon,Skip Ackerman,Jack Nickless(+5); 10th Gabby Love,Henry Cox, Dennis Brown,Mark Strange(+6)

 

 

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  • SPT-WT-041714-JAKE BEDWELL PIC Hatchets get first win over Loogootee LOOGOOTEE -- The Loogootee baseball team had its chance to get back to .500 and pick up its fifth win of the season, but instead the visiting Washington Hatchets flipped the script to get their first win of the season. The Hatchets (1-4) scored four

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  • Sports Briefs Vikings beat Cardinals MONTGOMERY -- The Barr-Reeve girls tennis team defeated Washington Catholic, 5-0. Allison Hoover beat Macy Kane at No. 1 singles (6-2, 6-0), Melody Rohrer beat Claire Burch at No. 2 singles (6-0, 6-1) and at No. 3 singles, Beth

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  • Area girls tennis teams strive for sectional championship Spring is here and that means we have traded snow showers for almost daily thunderstorms, but the temperatures have warmed up and the girls tennis season is in full swing. Washington, Washington Catholic, North Daviess, Loogootee and Barr-Reeve all f

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  • SPT-WT-041614-BrianHughes Hughes named District 3 Coach of the Year Bryan Hughes has been coaching basketball for more than half of his life, he's received numerous accolades for his team's success, but one award in particular still brings him great pride. For the third time, Barr-Reeve's Bryan Hughes has been named

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  • Area Athletic Postponements

    All Barr-Reeve and Washington athletic events for Tuesday were postponed due to inclement weather. Loogootee track and junior varsity baseball were also postponed. North Daviess baseball, girls tennis and boys golf still will go on as planned.

    April 15, 2014