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On a warm and sunny day, the School District of Washington’s annual elementary track and field day took place on Friday, May 6.
Fifth- and sixth-grade students in the school district competed in the event at Washington High School’s Scanlan Stadium.
Among the events were football throw, frisbee throw, home run derby, three-legged race, cross country, 50-meter dash, 200-meter run, four-person relay race, long jump, high jump and tug-of-war.
The event was run by the elementary physical education teachers in the district along with Campbellton Elementary Principal Jennifer Meyer.
Photos from the elementary track and field day are below.
Washington High School junior Adam Gauzy is the KLPW Radio athlete of the week.
Gauzy competes on both the WHS baseball and track and field teams during the spring sports season.
On the baseball diamond, Gauzy has a .323 batting average with 12 runs scored and on the mound, owns a 3-2 record with a 1.29 earned-run average. He has registered 40 strikeouts and six walks in 38 innings of work.
On the track, Gauzy finished in first place in four events at the GAC Central meet; the 200-meter dash, 400-meter dash, 400-meter relay and 1,600-meter relay.
Gauzy holds a 4.0 grade-point average and scored a 30 on the ACT.
Click on the attached link below for more details on Gauzy being named the KLPW athlete of the week.
Winter sports teams at Washington High School earned MSHSAA Scholastic Achievement Awards for the 2015-16 season.
Depending on the team grade-point average, the squads were designated either outstanding or distinguished.
Outstanding (3.25-4.00 GPA)
Jaywalkers (Dance) - 3.83
Junior Varsity Girls Basketball - 3.68
Varsity Girls Swimming - 3.67
Varsity Girls Basketball - 3.66
Freshman Girls Basketball - 3.65
Varsity Boys Basketball - 3.57
Varsity Cheer - 3.40
Freshman Boys Basketball - 3.40
Distinguished (3.00 - 3.24)
Junior Varsity Cheer - 3.24
Freshman Cheer - 3.11
Junior Varsity Boys Basketball - 3.06
Washington High School’s varsity baseball and girls soccer teams both had home contests on Thursday, April 28.
At Ronsick Field, the Blue Jays split a baseball doubleheader with Ft. Zumwalt East, dropping the first game 1-0 and winning the second game, 5-0.
Adam Gauzy was the winning pitcher for Washington in the second game.
At Scanlan Stadium on the WHS campus, the Lady Jays played to a 1-1 tie against Borgia in the Union-Washington Tournament. The Lady Jays claimed the tiebreaker and advanced to the championship match.
Cassidy Nurnberger scored Washington’s goal against Borgia.
Photos from the baseball and soccer games on April 28 are below.
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