Home Page Logo
Administration Affiliations Championships Coaching Directory Collegiate Blue Jays Eligibility Student-Athlete Handbook Hall of Honor
Getting Started Cross Country Football Soccer (M) Softball Volleyball Boys Swimming Girls Golf
Getting Started Basketball (M) Basketball (W) Wrestling Girls Swimming
Getting Started Baseball Golf (M) Soccer (W) Track and Field
Middle School Sports Physicals 101 Basketball (B) Basketball (G) Cheer Cross Country Track and Field Volleyball Wrestling
Blue Jay Pride Cheer Dance WHSAA Twitter Blue Jay Videos

Welcome to Washington High School

Blue Jay News


Activity schedules and other events 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.

Blue Jay logo II.jpg


Playing its home and GAC Central opener, the Washington varsity softball team registered a 4-0 victory over Ft. Zumwalt East on Tuesday, Aug. 23, at Lakeview Park.

Taylor Hendrix tossed all seven innings for the shutout win, striking out 11 batters while allowing five hits and no walks.

Sarah Becszlko, Grace Evans, Jessie Huxol, Ellie Quathem and Hendrix each collected one hit for the Blue Jays. Nichole Brinker, Emma Turner, Quathem and Becszlko each scored one run.

Other players on Washington’s varsity roster are Jena Monehan, Caitlyn Vodnansky, Ashley Molitor, Payton Dubberke, Madison Missey, Libbie Harrison, Emma Piar-Shaw and Jessica Miller.

Listed on the junior varsity roster are Ali Schwoeppe, Ryann Thiemann, Jenna Crider, Clara Evans, Grace Karll, Kristen Monzyk, Sam Winistoerfer, Paige Babbs, Sophia Olszowka, Lizzy Sontag, Amber Meyer, Julie Gerling, Jenna Jasper, Liz Jones, Chloe Harfst, Molitor and Piar-Shaw.

Photos from the varsity game against Ft. Zumwalt East are below.

WHS-FZE Softball 12.jpg
WHS-FZE Softball 4.jpg
WHS-FZE Softball 5.jpg
WHS-FZE Softball 18.jpg
WHS-FZE Softball 1.jpg
WHS-FZE Softball 2.jpg
WHS-FZE Softball 3.jpg
WHS-FZE Softball 9.jpg
WHS-FZE Softball 6.jpg
WHS-FZE Softball 15.jpg
WHS-FZE Softball 16.jpg
WHS-FZE Softball 10.jpg
WHS-FZE Softball 11.jpg
WHS-FZE Softball 13.jpg
WHS-FZE Softball 17.jpg
WHS-FZE Softball 21.jpg
WHS-FZE Softball 22.jpg
WHS-FZE Softball 20.jpg


Washington opened its girls golf season with a first-place finish in a home three-team meet on Monday, Aug. 22, at Wolf Hollow Golf Club.

The Blue Jays posted a team score of 189 to claim top honors. Borgia finished second with 225 and Warrenton was third with 257.

Washington’s Sydney Parrish registered the top individual score to claim medalist honors with a nine-hole round of 42.

Also for the Blue Jays, Emma Jones carded a 47 followed by Madison Sprung with a 49, Jordan Aholt with a 51 and Bria Hasenjaeger with a 54.

"Every girl on the team contributed in some way and had some great scores on holes,” said Washington Coach Adam Fischer. “Bria and Madison started their golf careers off with pars. The other three girls all had at least one birdie in their round. Overall it was a good team win.”

Other golfers on Washington’s roster are Erin Berry, Jenna Donnelly, Jessica Frick, Emmy Hopkins, Josie Newman and Chyna Piel.

Photos below are of Washington’s varsity golfers in the opening meet.

Sydney Parrish

Sydney Parrish 1.jpg

Sydney Parrish 3.jpg
Sydney Parrish 2.jpg
Emma Jones

Emma Jones 1.jpg
Emma Jones 2.jpg
Emma Jones 3.jpg
Madison Sprung

Madison Sprung 3.jpg
Madison Sprung 2.jpg
Madison Sprung 1.jpg
Jordan Aholt

Jordan Aholt 2.jpg
Jordan Aholt 3.jpg
Jordan Aholt 1.jpg
Bria Hasenjaeger

Bria Hasenjaeger 2.jpg
Bria Hasenjaeger 1.jpg
Bria Hasenjaeger 3.jpg


Washington opened the Derick Heflin era with a 28-14 varsity football victory at Union High School on Friday, Aug. 19.

It was Heflin’s first victory at WHS and of his head coaching career.

Like Washington did last season, Union celebrated 50 years of football on the night.

Lightning in the area delayed the game for over an hour at halftime, where the Blue Jays held a 21-7 lead.

When play resumed, Washington made it 28-7 midway through the third quarter.

Senior Ben Straatmann scored on touchdown runs of 80 and 24 yards for the Blue Jays. Quarterback Matt Hoemann added a 22-yard touchdown run and Adam Kleekamp scored on a 10-yard touchdown run.

Washington’s defense stepped up by creating turnovers and holding the Wildcats to two touchdowns.

Photos from the game at Union are below.

Also recording wins over Union on Monday, Aug. 22, were Washington's junior varsity team 20-0 and the freshman squad, 22-0.

Washington varsity plays its home opener Friday, Aug. 26, against Pacific at 7 p.m.

Scoring Summary

First Quarter

Washington - Matt Hoemann 22 run (Hoemann kick), 519

Washington - Ben Straatmann 80 run (Hoemann kick), 2:13

Second Quarter

Washington - Adam Kleekamp 10 run (Hoemann kick), 7:17

Union - Deric Purnell 62 pass from Jacob Fleming (Peyton Burke kick), 1:42

Third Quarter

Washington - Straatmann 24 run (Hoemann kick), 7:27

Fourth Quarter

Union - Purnell 25 pass from Fleming (Burke kick), 4:29

WHS-Union FB 1.jpg
WHS-Union FB 13.jpg
WHS-Union FB 2.jpg
WHS-Union FB 5.jpg
WHS-Union FB 3.jpg
WHS-Union FB 10.jpg
WHS-Union FB 9.jpg
WHS-Union FB 4.jpg
WHS-Union FB 6.jpg
WHS-Union FB 7.jpg
WHS-Union FB 8.jpg
WHS-Union FB 11.jpg
WHS-Union FB 12.jpg
WHS-Union FB 14.jpg
WHS-Union FB 15.jpg
WHS-Union FB 16.jpg
WHS-Union FB 17.jpg
WHS-Union FB 18.jpg
WHS-Union FB 19.jpg


Please email questions and comments to: Webmaster

Twitter Updates

Upcoming Events