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August 27, 2013

Tuesday's sports briefs


Loogootee falls to Evansville North

LOOGOOTEE — The Loogootee boys tennis team lost to Evansville North 4-1 Saturday morning. The only Lions player to come out victorious was the team of JordanBerry-Wyatt Wade at No. 1 singles. Gabe Nolley, Tylan Norris and Jayce Wagoner lost in straight sets at the three singles spots. Landon Bell-Caleb Dant lost 7-6, 7-6 at No. 2 doubles.

Cardinals win at Rockport

The Washington Catholic Cardinals girls and boys soccer teams traveled to Rockport to face the South Spencer Rebels Saturday. The Lady Cardinals defeated the Lady Rebels 4-0 led by senior captain Elizabeth Perkins two goals and one assist. Freshman Christina Smith scored two goals and Gracen Jarrett and Vibeke Salmelid had one assist each. A solid defensive performance by senior Olivia Williams and goalkeeper Sydney Dunbar five saves left the Rebels scoreless.

The boys were also led by their senior captains Brody Wilson and Josh Fiscus. Wilson scored three goals and assisted three. Fiscus two goals and assisted one. Zack Taylor had one goal and one assists both Jon Mitchell and AJ Sellers added a goal and Thomas Bradley had an assist.a solid defensive game by Brandon Strange, James Brown, Armondo Ramirez, and Bradley the Rebels were held to one shot on goal.

B-R’s Schultheis places sixth at Forest Park

Barr-Reeve Freshman, Emily Schultheis finished 6th place in varsity race time of 22:57. Junior, Cassidy Brothers finished 7th JV race with time of 26:32 at Forest Park Thursday.

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