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September 7, 2013

Saturday's sports briefs

Hatchets fall to Jasper

JASPER — The Washington volleyball team lost in three straight games (13-25, 15-25, 19-25) to Jasper Thursday evening. Jordan Carr led the Hatchets with 13 assists, nine digs and five kills. Megan Arnold and Emily Sullender had six kills apiece. Lauren Terry had one ace.

Hatchets win two

The Washington boys tennis team (8-1) won two matches this week over Pike Central and Princeton both in 5-0 victories.

The junior varsity won all three matches against Pike Central and they went 5-2 against Princeton to improve their record to 8-0 this season.

Lions defeat Cardinals

The Loogootee volleyball team defeated Washington Catholic in three straight games (25-8, 25-12, 25-8) Thursday evening at the Birdcage.

The Lions were led by Demi Richardson’s 22 assists. Addyson Aiman had seven kills, while Taylor Hayes and Michala Beasley had five a piece. Lauren Bowling had 11 digs, while Waylee Wagoner had six and Kylie Hall had dive. Hall led the Lions with 15 service points.

Mary Ann Wichman had three digs and two kills. Rachel May had one ace, four digs, and three blocks. Sarah Wild registered two assists and three digs. Shaina Bradley added one ace, four digs and one kill.

North Daviess loses to Northeast Dubois

DUBOIS — The North Daviess volleyball team lost in three straight games (16-25, 13-25, 18-25) to Northeast Dubois.

Jessica Miller had eight kills, one ace, three digs. Taylor Jeffers added four kills, one ace, one block, eight digs. Chandra Bruner registered four kills, one ace, one assist, and five digs. Madison Reed had two kills, four assists, five digs. Morgan Wadsworth had one kill, two blocks, eight digs. Lenzi Brewer registered two aces, 10 assists and six digs.

Randi Pershing had seven digs. Alexis Reed had four digs. Nicole Woodruff with six digs.

WC beats Salem

The Washington Catholic girls soccer team defeated 4-3 Thursday evening. The Cardinals had goals from Elizabeth Perkins, Macy Kane, Morgan Smith and Christina Smith.

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