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4/19/18

Washington High School hosted the annual Russell C. Nix Relays on Wednesday, April 18.

The track and field event followed a format in which every event was a relay.

Timberland’s girls and Pacific’s boys captured team titles.

Washington placed third in the girls division and fourth in the boys division.

Click on the attached link below for the boys and girls results from the Nix Relays.

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4/19/18

The  Washington High School varsity and junior varsity baseball teams played against Ft. Zumwalt South in GAC Central action on Tuesday and Wednesday, April 17 and 18.

Results on April 16 were Washington varsity dropping a 7-1 decision to Ft. Zumwalt South at Ronsick Field and Washington JV dropping a 7-2 decision at Zumwalt South.

Results on April 18 were Washington varsity falling at Ft. Zumwalt South 13-3 and Washington JV dropping a 15-7 decision to Ft. Zumwalt South at Ronsick Field.

Photos from Washington’s varsity game April 17 at Ronsick Field are below.



























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4/11/18

The Washington High School boys golf team played their home opener of the springs sports season at Wolf Hollow Golf Club against Ft. Zumwalt North on Tuesday, April 10.

Washington’s varsity and junior varsity teams, coached by Tim Buschmann, both posted wins over Ft. Zumwalt North.

The varsity Blue Jays won by a score of 161-195.

The junior varsity Blue Jays won by a score of 190-229.

In the varsity meet, Washington’s Logan McPherson was the medalist with an even par round of 35 over nine holes.

Also playing for the varsity Blue Jays were John Meyer with 38, Brennan Strubberg with 42, Nathan Blocker with 46 and Ryan Glatz with 48.

Washington’s junior varsity golfers were Aidan Piar-Shaw with 43, Alex Nettell with 45, Toby Miller with 46, Cole Maune with 56 and Braden Marquart with 57.

Photos from Washington’s golf meet against Ft. Zumwalt North are below.

Logan McPherson




John Meyer




Brennan Strubberg




Nathan Blocker




Ryan Glatz




Aidan Piar-Shaw



Alex Nettell



Toby Miller



Cole Maune



Braden Marquart


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4/6/18

The Washington High School boys and girls basketball programs had a combined five student athletes named to the Academic All-State Team, presented by the Missouri Basketball Coaches Association.

Members of the Washington High School girls basketball team named to the Academic All-State Team were Bria Hasenjaeger and Mary Beth Reust.

Members of the Washington High School boys basketball team named to the Academic All-State Team were Ty Rinne, Zach Harms and Conlan Jarvis.

The head coach must be a member of the Missouri Basketball Coaches Association to get students on the Academic All-State Team.

To be a part of the basketball Academic All-State Team, students must meet specific criteria.

*Senior standing

* Started 90 percent of his or her team’s games or played in 75 percent of the total team quarters played.

* Possesses outstanding moral character.

* Grade-point average of 3.25.

*The athlete also must have one or more of the following verified minimum scores:

- ACT score of 27 composite or above

- SAT score of 1,920 composite or above

- PSAT score of 185 selection index or more.

Washington High School basketball players named to the Academic All-State Team. Front row, from left, are Ty Rinne, Conlan Jarvis and Zach Harms. Back row, from left, are Mary Beth Reust and Bria Hasenjaeger.

Washington High School basketball players named to the Academic All-State Team. From left are Zach Harms, Conlan Jarvis, Mary Beth Reust, Bria Hasenjaeger and Ty Rinne.

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