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A state bound pep assembly for the wrestling, girls swimming and dance teams was held at Washington High School on Wednesday afternoon, Feb. 14.

Each program was recognized during the school wide assembly.

Four members of the Washington wrestling team competes at the MSHSAA Wrestling Championships Thursday-Saturday, Feb. 15-17, at Mizzou Arena in Columbia.

Representing the Blue Jays will be Tate Hendricks, Michael Boehlein, Dana Cates and Gunnar Noud. Coaches are Josh Ohm, Paul LaVigne, Kurt Hey, Joe Callahan, Doug Hanify and Nick Hanify.

Four members of the Washington girls swim team competes at the MSHSAA Swimming and Diving Championships Thursday-Saturday, Feb. 15-17, at the Rec-Plex in St. Peters.

Representing the Lady Jays in the pool will be Aubrie Moreland, McKenzie Dohm, Madeline Tchiblakian and Hannah Struckoff. The four of them will compete in the 400-meter relay. Moreland also will compete in the 200-meter and the 500-meter events. Coaches are Lane Page and Samantha Loepker.

The Jaywalkers Dance Team competes at the Missouri Dance Team Association State Championships Saturday, Feb. 24, at the St. Charles Family Arena.

Representing WHS on the dance team will be Rachel Bauche, Michelle Dew, Megan Duncan, Campbell Hamai, Gabriella Henzel, Sarah Hoemann, Lydia Lock, Andrea Kampschroeder, Natalie Nothum, Katie Rushing, Anna Schneider, Elise Thierbach, Katie Tyree and Grace Ziglin. Coaches are Jo Phinney and Amy Oesterly.

Click on the attached links below for more information the wrestling, swimming and dance state championships.

Photos from the pep assembly are below.


Washington High School’s varsity and junior varsity girls and boys basketball teams played in GAC Central action at Wentzville Liberty High School on Friday, Feb. 9.

Washington’s boys and girls junior varsity teams both defeated Liberty.

In varsity action, Washington defeated Liberty in the girls game, 67-31. The boys game went Liberty’s way in a 64-41 win over the Blue Jays.

The highlight of the varsity girls game was Washington senior Nichole Brinker reaching 1,000 points for her career. Brinker joins Reese Arnold and Jackie Arnold as 1,000-point scorers on the Washington girls team.

Brooke Robinson had the hot hand for Washington against Liberty, knocking down five three-pointers and finishing the game with 19 points. Jackie Arnold scored 22 points to pace Washington. Reese Arnold added 10 points. Brinker had nine points, eight rebounds and seven assists.

Conlan Jarvis and Ryan Hoerstkamp both scored 10 points to pace Washington’s boys against Liberty. Cason Suggs, Zach Subke and Ty Rinne each added five points.

Photos from Washington’s girls and boys varsity games at Liberty are below.


Washington High School boys basketball player Tommy Ruether is the Washington Missourian’s Athlete of the Week, sponsored by First State Community Bank.

Ruether, a 5-8 senior guard, has taken over the point guard duties for the Blue Jays. He helps control the tempo of the game and takes care of the ball while setting up the offense. He’s also one of the team’s top three-point shooters.

During the Washington Tournament in January, Ruether scored 18 point against Francis Howell Central and 13 points against Union to help the Blue Jays reach the championship game and finish in second place. His efforts landed him on the all-tournament team.

Ruether is averaging seven points per game and has a free-throw percentage of 82 percent.

Tommy Ruether


Washington played in the Webster Winter Challenge Varsity Girls Basketball Tournament January 30, February 2 and February 3 at Webster Groves High School.

The Lady Jays suffered losses to Incarnate Word 72-39 in the first round and to Parkway Central 59-50 in the consolation semifinals. They ended the event on a positive note, defeating Cor Jesu in the seventh-place game, 64-47.

Incarnate Word defeated Kirkwood in the tournament's championship game.

Jackie Arnold represented Washington on the all-tournament team.

Photos from Washington’s game against Parkway Central are below.


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