In a showdown for a share of the Four Rivers Conference football title, the Owensville Dutchmen (6-3, 6-1) defeated the St. Clair Bulldogs (7-2, 5-2) Friday, 42-28.
Even knowing in August that it would be a down year for Washington football, one still might have expected better than an 0-9 regular season.
Looking to peak at the end of the season, the Union soccer Wildcats picked up another win Tuesday in Sullivan, 3-2, on penalty kicks.
Giving itself a boost heading into next week’s Class 3 District 7 Tournament, the Borgia volleyball Lady Knights secured a portion of the Archdiocesan Athletic Association Large Division title Wednesday.
While avenging a loss in the finals of the CYC Bob Guelker Tournament, Washington soccer also kept its hopes of earning a share of the Gateway Athletic Conference Central Championship alive for two more days.
Hosting its annual “Jam the Gym” event Wednesday, the East Central College volleyball Falcons swept rival St. Louis Community College, 25-21, 25-14, 27-25.
Running behind the offensive line of Nick Gough, Jonah Thurman, Ethan Talleur, Luke Feddersen, Ryan Barrett and tight ends Jacob Hawkins and Mason Dodson, the St. Clair Bulldogs ran for 479 yards and six touchdowns on the ground in a 53-20 home win over Duchesne Friday.