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The Washington High School Athletic Association will host its 23rd Annual Dinner Auction on Saturday, April 23, at St. Gertrude’s Parish Center. Click here for more information.

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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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The Washington High School Scholar Bowl team has qualified for the State Meet.

After winning the Class 4 District 5 Meet on April 16, Washington earned a spot in Sectionals on April 27. 

Washington traveled to Francis Howell for the sectional meet in a best-of-three series.

WHS won two straight games, making the third game unnecessary - 530-320 and 510-320.  

Team members are Joe Stitz, Matt Chalem, Matt Dew and Cole Phinney.

According to WHS Coach David Dennis, Washington was last at a scholar bowl state tournament in 1996, and is still looking for its first state win, as that 1996 group went 0-3. No matter what, Washington is in the top 8 of Class 4. 

The state meet is Saturday, May 7, at the University of Missouri in Columbia.

The rest of the Class 4 State field is Farmington, Ladue, Hickman, Branson, Carl Junction, North Kansas City and St. Joseph Central. 

At state, there are three preliminary matches. Washington will face Hickman, Ladue and St. Joseph Central. After those three games, the best four records out of the eight teams will go on to the semifinals.  

"We will be playing with a much different lineup, as prom is the same day,” Dennis said. “I personally will be with the WMS kids at Nationals in Atlanta. Thanks in advance to my assistant coaches.”

You can follow the team, and results from all the teams, on Twitter at twitter.com/WashMoSchoBowl.

Click on the attached link below for the Class 4 Scholar Bowl bracket.

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Washington scholar bowl team members are Joe Stitz, Matt Chalem, Matt Dew and Cole Phinney.


Kaelie Smith, a 2014 Washington High School graduate, recently completed her softball season at Drury University in Springfield.

After graduating from WHS, Smith attended Three Rivers College in Poplar Bluff for her freshman softball campaign and then transferred to Drury last fall in time for her sophomore year.

Smith led the Drury softball squad in most offensive categories, including batting average (.335) home runs (4), RBIs (30), hits (52), doubles (6) and triples (4). She also was picked up GLVC (Great Lakes Valley Conference) player of the week honor during the season.

Click on the attached links below for more information on Smith’s softball season at Drury University.


Washington High School graduate Scott Suggs won the NBA D-League Sportsmanship award as a member of the Raptors 905 team.

Suggs averaged 18 points per game this season and was named to the all-star team.

Click on the attached link below for more details on Suggs' award.



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