WHS downs Jasper
JASPER — For the second time in less than 12 months, the Washington Lady Hatchets soccer team got a huge win over Big 8 rival Jasper on Tuesday night.
The visiting Hatchets started the game off strong with an early goal 11 minutes into the game off a corner kick. Emma Dant knocked the ball down off a cross from Chloe Browning. The ball found the feet of Jessica Hart who hammered home the shot from the six yard line off of Dant’s knock down. The Hatchets would then use a stellar defensive effort to make that goal stick and win 1-0.
WHS keeper GG Revelorio put together her best performance yet with a season-high 24 saves in the shutout victory.
Lady Hatchet spikers fall to LHS
The Washington Lady Hatchets volleyball team fell to Class A No. 1 Loogootee on Tuesday in the Hatchet House. Loogootee won, 25-18, 22-25, 28-26, 25-20 to move to 16-1.
The Lions got 13 serving points from Makenzie VanHoy, Emily Wade with 11 and Asia Crim with 10. Kylie VanHoy led with 21 kills while Makenzie VanHoy added 14, while Kylie VanHoy also had five blocks. The VanHoys also combined for 45 assists, while Jocelyn Strange added 36 digs and Crim had 29.
The Hatchets had 40 team kills, 12 team blocks, 101 team digs and 37 team assists. Loogootee’s JV also won 25-19, 25-16.
Vikes move to 18-0
MONTGOMERY — The Barr-Reeve tennis team continued their domination of area tennis with a 5-0 win over Princeton on Tuesday night to go 18-0 on the season.
In singles, Brycen Graber beat Lance Stuckey, 6-3, 6-0 at No. 1, while Kayden Graber beat Jevin Huey, 6-3, 6-1, and Nathan Hunt beat Kaiden Krieg, 6-0, 6-0.
In doubles play, Tommy Kidwell and Aaron Wagler beat Collin Holzmeyer, 6-0, 6-1 and Logan Graber and Hagen Knepp defeated Garrett Scott and Cade Hurt, 6-3, 6-1.
B-R downs ND in three
ELNORA — The Class 2A No. 1 Barr-Reeve Vikings defeated North Daviess in three games on Tuesday, 25-12, 25-7 and 25-20.
Overall, ND coach Gina Ingram was pleased with her team’s effort.
“The girls worked hard reading the hitters and putting themselves in good positions to play the ball. They made good routine plays and had outstanding hustle plays. I felt that tonight, these girls rose to the level of their opponent. It was a good night,” said Ingram. “What a night, the energy in the gym was phenomenal. The scores, especially in the first and third set do not reflect how tightly the match was contested. We played hard and together. We are proud of the girls and the intensity that they brought to the gym tonight.”
The Cougars were led by, Kaylan Craven with 11 digs, two blocks, five points; Jaryn Gingerich with a kill, five digs, four points; Megan Marner with two kills, six digs, four points; Mya Knepp with four kills, three blocks, 11 digs, three points; Macey Wagler with eight assists, two digs, three points; Dakota McNabb with two kills, a dig, two points, and Marley Fuqua with a dig.
B-RJH club beats Bloomfield
Bloomfield traveled to play the Barr-Reeve Soccer Club with the Vikings winning 8-0. Goals were scored by Dominic Wilson (2), Landon Gallagher (2), Jacoby Yoder, Abraham Victoriano, Logan Gallagher and Pierce Yoder. Leo Wilson earned the shutout in goal with two penalty kick saves.
The Vikings’ record is now 7-3 with two games remaining. B-R will be in action for its last home game on Friday at 6:15 p.m. against Wood Memorial.
B-RJH falls to LJHS
LOOGOOTEE — The B-RJH tennis team fell to 9-2 with a 5-0 loss to Loogootee on Tuesday.
Ethan Stoll was defeated by Isaac Waggner, 4-8, Pierce Madison was defeated by Drew Walker, 1-8, and Landon Armes was defeated by Brandon Bledsoe, 0-8.
In doubles, Kylan Lengacher and Donnie Miller were defeated by Reis Whitney and Leighton Jeffers, 5-8, while Ethan Graber and Isaac Madison were defeated by Koen Waggner and Luke Lengacher, 6-8. In reserve action, Seth Wagler won 6-2 and Levi Lester and Brody Swartzentruber won 6-5.