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WHS Athletes to Be Issued Practice Cards

New to the Washington High School Athletic Department for the 2016-17 school year is the practice card.

Here's how it works:

Once an athlete has a physical packet on file in the Athletic Office, he/she is issued a practice card. The athlete will then give this card to his/her coach in order to participate in practice/tryouts. Without this card, an athlete will not be able to participate.  

CLICK HERE for a step-by-step guide for participating in WHS athletics.

WHS Activities Office July Hours are 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Dates the Activities Office will be open are July 11, 12, 13, 14, 18, 19, 20, 21, 25, 26, 27, 28 and 29.

Need help? Call the Activities Office at 636-231-2180.

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Blue Jay News

7/25/16

Sports schedules for the 2016-17 school year at Washington High School and Washington Middle School can be obtained by downloading an app called Activity Scheduler.

Once you download the app, press the setup key and then select Missouri under the state tab, Gateway Athletic Conference under the conference tab and Washington High School under the school tab.

You can also find the fall sports game schedules at the Blue Jays Athletics webpage under Fall Sports. Click on the attached link below.

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7/21/16

Competing at a MCCA (Missouri Cheerleading Coaches Association) Regional at St. Francis Borgia Regional High School on Tuesday, July 19, the Washington High School varsity cheerleaders finished in second place behind Rockwood Summit in the 4A Small Division.

With their second-place finish, the WHS varsity cheer team qualified for the state event, which takes place Nov. 5-6 at the Hearnes Center in Columbia on the University of Missouri campus.

Washington’s junior varsity team also qualified for state by finishing in fifth place in the Large Division during their performance on Wednesday, July 20, at Borgia.

Varsity team members are Moira Carney, Sophia Esparza, Grace Friese, Emily Groppe, Sarah Haney, Lauren Hassler, Jaden Heien, Sophie Koritz, Ellie Nieder, Alexis Mackenzie, Molly McVey, Kamryn Mitchell, Annie Overstreet and Brennan Randolph.

A video of the varsity’s performance at the regional event can be seen by clicking here.

Junior varsity team members are Anastasia Alsop, Bailey Bair, Alyssa Berry, Lauren Busch, Anna Dyson, Katelyn Garrett, Peyton Griesenauer, Hailey Howerton, Ellie Johnston, Haylee Page, Jordan Loges, Desiree Roady, Lizzy Vance and Sarah Wilson.

A video of the junior varsity’s performance at the regional event can be seen by clicking here.

The Washington varsity cheer team is coached by Katelyn Riegel. The junior varsity squad is coached by Chelsea Strauser.

More information on the Missouri Cheerleading Coaches Association can be obtained by clicking on the attached link below.

Click on the attached links below for videos of both the Washington High School varsity and junior varsity cheer performances at the regional event.

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7/21/16

Washington High School held a summer soccer camp for girls entering grades K-12 on July 18-22 at WHS.

The camp was divided into three sessions, grades K-4, grades 5-7, and grades 8-12.

Blue Jays head girls soccer coach Adam Fischer ran the camp with the help of his assistant coaches. Assistant coach Erin Wesselschmidt ran the K-4 camp.

The campers participated in a number of different drills, activities and contests while being taught proper fundamentals and techniques of soccer.

Each camper also received a Washington Soccer T-shirt.

Photos from the WHS girls soccer camp, grades 5-7, are below.

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WHS Girls Soccer Camp, Grades 5-7

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7/20/16

Washington High School held a summer volleyball camp for girls entering grades 6-12 on July 18-21 in the Blue Jay Gymnasium at WHS.

The camp was divided into three sessions, grades 6-7, grades 8-9 and grades 10-12.

Blue Jays head volleyball coach Kym Blankenship ran the camp with the help of her assistant coaches and current varsity players.

The campers participated in a number of different drills, activities and contests while being taught proper fundamentals and techniques of volleyball.

Each camper also received a Washington Volleyball T-shirt.

Photos from the WHS volleyball camp, grades 6-7 and grades 8-9, are below.

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Washington Volleyball Camp Grades 6-7

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Washington Volleyball Camp Grades 6-7

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Washington Volleyball Camp Grades 8-9

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Washington Volleyball Camp Grades 8-9

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