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September 7, 2013

Saturday's sports briefs


Hatchets defeat Rivet

The Washington junior high boys tennis team defeated Vincennes Rivet 4-1 Thursday evening. The Hatchets improved to 7-0 this season by beating Rivet for the second time this season.

John Rook won 8-3. Caleb Arthur lost 3-8. Zach Gray won 8-3. Brysen Graber and Trey Reed won 8-4. Braden Kixmiller and Owen Gray were down 2-7 before winning the last six games in a row to win 8-7.

Drake Harman won in singles 6-3. Nate Napier and Kaden Graber won in doubles 6-3.

Hatchets fall to Boonville

The Washington eighth grade team beat Boonville 13-25, 25-22, 15-14.

Havyn Myer had 19 service points with seven aces. Jalynn Austin had seven service points with five aces and Lakota Jones had five kills.

The seventh grade lost to Boonville 25-19, 15-25, 11-15. Marlene White had eight service points.

Forest Park tops Loogootee

The Loogootee boys tennis team (0-8) lost to Forest Park 4-1 Thursday afternoon.

The Lions lone victory came Gabe Nolley at No. 1 singles, in a 6-1, 6-1 decision. The junior varsity lost 5-2. The two Lion victories came from No. 1 singles Landon Bell (8-3) and at No. 4 doubles from Pryce Hedrick and Jacob Nonte.

Vikings defeat Forest Park

The Barr-Reeve eighth grade volleyball team (4-1) defeated Forest Park in two straight games (25-11, 25-14).

The Vikings’ top servers were Nicole McMullenw ith 11 and Kacey Jones with 10.

The seventh grade (5-0) won two straight games (25-15, 25-11) Thursday evening. The Vikings’ top servers were Hunter Emmons and Kenzie Swartzentruber with eight apiece and Marissa Helms with seven.

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