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Playing in the championship game of the Class 3 District 9 Girls Soccer Tournament, Washington’s season came to an end with a 1-0 loss to Union Wednesday, May 16, at Union High School.

Top-seeded Union (19-1) scored the only goal of the game just shy of two minutes into the game.

Second-seeded Washington (14-10) applied pressure throughout the contest, including knocking a shot off the crossbar on a rocket from 30 yards away by Taylor Bauer with approximately 15 minutes remaining in the second half, but the Lady Jays could not punch one in.

Mary Beth Reust was in goal for Washington.

Union moves on to the Class 3 playoffs, an avenue Washington took all the way to the Final Four in Kansas City last season, claiming a third-place finish.

"We played a pretty good soccer game that really mirrored our season. We had one small breakdown early in the game and it cost us when they found the net. I truly feel like we were the aggressors the rest of the night and won the battle on the field the rest of the game,” said Washington Head Coach Adam Fischer. “Unfortunately, we weren't able to find the net ourselves.  We gave ourselves a lot of chances, we hit the crossbar three times and the posts twice, but we just could not finish the way we needed to beat a great team like Union.

“Our season went the same way. We gave ourselves chance after chance to score most nights, but just didn't finish things off when needed. Defensively, we played a great game all night. I am proud of the kids for the fight and determination all night and all season. Hopefully we can use this loss to motivate us for the future."

Photos from Washington's district championship game against Union are below.


Six Washington High School seniors have been recognized as Tri-Athletes, meaning they competed in sports in all three sports seasons; fall, winter and spring, during all four years of their high school careers.

The WHS athletes recognized as Tri-Athletes were Kailey Robinson, Olivia Robinson, Ty Rinne, Tommy Ruether, Zach Harms and Conlan Jarvis.

Washington High School seniors were recognized as Tri-Athletes, competing in three sports seasons during all four years of high school. Front row, from left, are Kailey Robinson and Olivia Robinson. Back row, from left, are Tommy Ruether, Ty Rinne, Conlan Jarvis and Zach Harms.


Washington High School track and field athlete Mikayla Reed is the KLPW Radio Athlete of the Week.

Reed, a senior, was the GAC Central champion in the 800-, 1,600-, and 3,200-meter runs and also placed second in the 400-meter run heading into district competition.

Reed is a 14-time GAC Central champion during her high school career.

Reed, who holds a 4.0 grade-point average, will attend the University of Missouri and compete on the cross country and indoor/outdoor track teams. She plans to major in education.

Click on the attached link below for more information on Reed being named the KLPW Radio Athlete of the Week.

Mikayla Reed


Washington High School’s dance team, the Jaywalkers, will hold a Summer Dance Clinic June 19-21 in the Little Blue Jay Gymnasium at WHS from 9-11 a.m.

The Mini-Jaywalkers dance clinic is open to girls in grades Pre-K through eighth grade.

The cost is $40 per student, which includes a T-shirt. Make checks payable to WHS Dance Team.

To register, send payment along with the completed registration form, which can be found by clicking the link below, to Washington High School, Activities Office, 600 Blue Jay Drive, Washington, MO 63090.

For more information, contact Jaywalkers Coach Jo Phinney at jophinney@sbcglobal.net.


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