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August 27, 2013

Tuesday's sports briefs

WHS wins Invitational

The Washington boys tennis team won the eight-team Washington Invitational Saturday at Lena Dunn Elementary School. First: singles, Evansville Central’s Jared Hamilton, second: singles, Mount Vernon’s Luke Steinhart, third: singles, Washington’s Jarrod Luttrell, first: doubles, North Posey’s Griffin Motz & Drake Davenport, and second: doubles Washington’s Jonathon Harner & Michael Ramsey.

Washington’s Lucas Miller and Corey Thompson was 2-1 at No. 1 and No. 2 singles. Jacob Luttrell went 3-0 at No. 3 singles. Tyler Stoll-Jake Bedwell went 2-1 at No. 1 singles and The team of John Harner-Michael Ramsey went 3-0 at No. 2 singles.

WHS places 10th

JASPER — The Washington girls golf team placed 10th at the 15-team Jasper Invitational Saturday afternoon. Washington finished with an overall score of 432. The Hatchets were led by Natlya Meinhart with a 95. Cheyenne Jones shot 102, Haven Lunsford finished with a 113 and Alayna Purcell shot a 122. The team champion was Floyd Central with a 344. The medalist was Annie Getszin of Jasper with a 70.

Hatchets defeat Loogootee

The Washington junior high tennis team (2-0) defated Loogootee 3-2 Saturday. Washington swept the singles positions with John Rook winning 8-4 and Caleb Arthur winning 8-3. Zach Gray also won in his first singles match with a score of 8-3. Trey Reed and Brysen Graber had a close match falling a few points short with a score of 7-8. Braden Kixmiller and Owen Gray lost 4-8. In other action, Eli Wilson won his first match with a score of 6-4. Drake Harman and Kaden Graber won in doubles action 6-1. Braden Kixmiller won in singles 6-0.

WC beats Northeast Dubois

Washington Catholic Middle School girls soccer team played N.E. Dubois Friday night and won 7-2. Hannah Ashby scored 4 goals and Alexis Williams, Chloe Bryant, and Maggie Burks each had a goal a piece. WC middle school girls soccer played Forest Park Saturday and lost 3-1 with our only goal coming from Maggie Burks. Our record is now 1-1.

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