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May 7, 2013

Sports Briefs

WASHINGTON — Lady Hatchet Basketball Camp

The Lady Hatchet basketball camp will be held June 3 - June 7 in the Junior High gym. The camp is for girls that are in the incoming grades of three through eight.

The cost of the camp is $25, checks may be payable to: Lady Hatchet Basketball. Camps forms and money must be turned in to Coach Gretchen Miles by May 20. Camp forms may be picked up in the Athletic Office.

The times for the grade levels will be:

Grades 3-4: 8 a.m. to 9:30 a.m.

Grades 5-6: 9:30 a.m. to 11 a.m.

Grades 7-8: 11 a.m. to 12:30 a.m.

Camps forms and money may be mailed to:

Coach Miles

306 NE 18th St.

Washington, IN 47501

Hatchets lose at Tell City

TELL CITY - The Washington baseball team’s three-game winning streak was snapped Friday night when they fell behind early to Tell City in a 14-4 loss.

The Marksmen scored four runs in the first, and Washington (11-7) followed with four runs of its own in the top of the second. Tell City scored nine runs in the next three innings, including six runs in the bottom of the second to blow the game open.

Washington senior Tyler Edmiston was 2-for-3 with two RBIs.

Hatchets fall to Pike Central

The Washington junior high tennis team lost to Pike Central 4-1 Friday evening.

Getting the only win was singles player Caitlyn Riester. Riester dominated the match with a score of 8-0.

Tianna Inmon-Rayven Graber lost 7-8. Gisselle Santos lost 6-8, and Emily Taylor also lost 6-8. Alexis Brown-Alex Gray lost 4-8. Marissa Freeman-Emily Ramsey won 6-5. Brisia Rodriguez-Cheyenne Bene won 6-1. Joselyn Williams-Katie Matthews won 6-1.

Inmon-Graber won their second match, 6-0.

Cougars defeat Lanesville

ELNORA - North Daviess defeated Lanesville 3-1 Saturday morning before the rain came.

Lexi Reed scored Randi Pershing and Maggie Schwartzentruber on a run-scoring single to give North Daviess the lead in the bottom of the sixth. Jess Miller also had an RBI. Tailon Graber allowed one hit while surrendering one run.

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