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

With their third-place finish, the WHS varsity cheer team qualified for the state event October 28 at the Hearnes Center in Columbia on the University of Missouri campus.

Washington’s junior varsity team finished honorable mention in the Large Division during their performance on Wednesday, July 19, at Borgia.

“Varsity improved this year in a lot of areas we’ve traditionally struggled in,” said Washington Cheer Coach Katelyn Huber. “We’re excited to fine-tune our stunts over the next few months for state.”

Varsity team members are Anna Dyson, Haylee Page, Allison Williams, Ellie Nieder, Kamryn Mitchell, Brennan Randolph, Anastazia Alsop, Annie Overstreet, Lauren Hassler, Bailey Bair, Lauren Busch, Ashlyn Hartley, Grace Friese, Katelyn Garrett, Peyton Griesenauer and Sophie Koritz.

Photos from the varsity performance are below.

Junior varsity team members are Josee Reeser, Jordan Loges, Zoe Frank, Alyssa Sandbank, Kayla Kleekamp, Halle Narup, Brooke Peterson, Paige Whitall, Caitlin Moser, Lainee Teumer, Ashton Baker and Madeline Eckelkamp.

The Washington varsity cheer team is coached by Katelyn Huber. The junior varsity squad is coached by Madi Darnell. Cheyenne Parks is the freshman cheer coach.

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

Washington High School Varsity Cheer

Washington High School Junior Varsity Cheer



Washington High School football and volleyball camps took place during the week of July 17-21

Football camp, led by WHS Football Head Coach Derick Heflin and his coaching staff, took place July 17-19 for grades 5-8 at Scanlan Stadium.

Volleyball camp, led by WHS Head Volleyball Coach Kym Blankenship and her coaching staff, took place July 17-20 at the Blue Jay Gymnasium. It was open to girls entering grades 5-12. The camp was divided into three sessions, grades 5-7, 8-9 and 10-12.

Group pictures from the camps are below.

Washington High School Football Camp Grades 5-8

Washington High School Volleyball Camp Grades 5-7

Washington High School Volleyball Camp Grades 8-9

Washington High School Volleyball Camp Grades 10-12


The Washington High School Athletic Association will hold its 24th Annual Golf Tournament on Saturday, Aug. 12, at Wolf Hollow Golf Club.

The cost for the three-person scramble is $100 per person, which includes 18 holes of golf with a cart, lunch, dinner and drinks.

Proceeds benefit Washington High School and Middle School athletic teams and facilities.

Registration and lunch begins at 11 a.m. The shot gun start is 12:30 p.m.

Cash awards will be given to first-, second- and third-place teams in each flight. It will be flighted based on the number of participants.

There will be closest to the hole and longest drive contests along with skins, 50/50 and other games.

Sponsorships also are available. See the attached flyer below for more information.

Click on the attached link below for a registration form and for more information on the tournament.  

The registration deadline is July 29.


Washington High School wrestling, softball and dance camps took place during the week of July 10-14.

Wrestling camp, led by WHS Wrestling Coach Josh Ohm, took place July 10-13 in the WHS wrestling room and was open to students entering grades K-12. The camp was split into two sessions, K-7 and 8-12.

Softball camp, led by WHS Softball Coach Phil King, took place July 10-12 at Dutzow Ballpark. It was open to girls entering grades 3-10. The camp was divided into two sessions, 3-6 and 7-10. WHS varsity softball players helped run the camp.

The Jaywalkers Dance camp, led by Jaywalkers Coach Jo Phinney, took place July 11-13 at the WHS Little Blue Jay Gymnasium. The camp was open to girls Pre-K through sixth grade. Current members of the Jaywalkers team helped with the camp.

Group pictures from each of the three camps are below.

Washington Jaywalkers Dance Camp

Washington Softball Camp

Washington Wrestling Camp Grades K-7

Washington Wrestling Camp Grades 8-12


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