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Sports Wrap-up updated

Jan. 16—Tuesday scores

Girls basketball

WC 14, Bosse 49

Barr-Reeve 40, Shoals 19

Monday scores

Girls' basketball

WC 11, Springs Valley 71

B-R 5th, 6th beat Orleans

MONTGOMERY — The Barr-Reeve fifth and sixth grade boys defeated Orleans on Monday.

The fifth (12-1) won 37-16, with Liam Ramsey with 11, Jase Wilcher with seven, four each from Bronson Higgins, Dom Knepp, Cannon Traylor and Bentley Yoder. Hudson Gingrich had three.

The sixth (13-1) also won 42-11. Ryker Miller had 12, Noah Cummings with eight, six from Miles Yoder and Austin Wagler, four each from Hayden and Hunter Knepp, and two from Brant Raymond.

WJHS 7th beats B-RJH

MONTGOMERY — The Washington Hatchets seventh grade improved to 14-4 on the season with a win at Barr-Reeve Tuesday night, 28-25.

The Hatchets were led by Drew Clawson with 11 points. Hunter Newland scored eight, Dylan Stowers six and Cole McCleese three.

The Hatchets next game is Thursday night at Bloomfield.

Lady Vikes 5th, 6th split

The Barr-Reeve fifth grade girls defeats Washington, 28-19 to go to 11-0. They were led by Megan Anderson with 12.

The six grade lost, 33-15. Kelsey Russell led with four, while Shay Moffett, Norah Baker and Lindsey Swartz had three each. Bella Trousdale added two.

B-R takes Jasper Tourney

JASPER — The sixth grade Vikings prevailed as Tourney Champions defeating Southridge, Castle North and North Daviess to improve their season record to 12-1.

Barr-Reeve beat Southridge, 44-19 with Noah Cummins with 16, Hunter Knepp with eight and Ryker Miller with seven to lead. B-R also beat Castle North, 42-27, with Noah Cummins with 14, Miles Yoder with 10 and Hunter Knepp with 10. In the final match, B-R downed North Daviess, 19-11, with Miles Yoder with five, Hunter Knepp with six, Cummings with four, and two each from Hayden Knepp and Ryker Miller.

WJHS, ND split

ELNORA — North Daviess Junior High girls battled Washington at home Monday night and came out with a split. The seventh grade Cougars battled all night without two of their starters and were down 10 at half before cutting it down to 3 with a couple minutes left before losing 20-16 and fell to 12-3 for the year. Kealey Graber led the Lady Cougars with six points followed by Aubrey Ferguson and Ella Knepp with four points each. Natalie Wagler rounded out the Lady Cougars with two points

The eighth grade Cougars had a close game all night. ND was up 11-9 at half and it went back and forth all night, but Lady Cougars improved to 13-2 on the year with a 25-23 win. Kenley Wagler and Shaylee Graber led the Lady Cougars with eight points each. Aubrey Ferguson added a big 3-pointer in the fourth for three points. Maleah Lengacher, Peyton Cates and Natalie Wagler all added two points each to round out the Lady Cougars.

The grade Lady Hatchets play at home vs. Evansville North at 6 p.m. Wednesday evening and both teams host Vincennes Clark at the Jr. High on Thursday night starting at 6 p.m.

Lady Vikes play Saturday, Monday

MONTGOMERY — The B-R seventh grade hosted Shoals on Saturday and took down the Jug Rox, 28-11. JJ Knepp led the way with 20 pts, Molly Jo Anderson got four and Lainee Fuhs and Brie Cornelius got two points.

On Monday, the seventh grade Lady Vikings played a great overtime game against the Loogootee Lady Lions. The Lions buried a trey to tie the game at the end of regulation and then went on for a 19-17 win. Avery Wittmer led the Vikings with seven. JJ Knepp scored six points, Lainee Fuhs and Brie Cornelius both scored two. The seventh grade fell to 7-7.

The B-R grade game started exciting with Loogootee up 15-14 after first quarter. Shelby Dobson then got warmed up and hit three 3- pointers in the second frame to lead the Lady Vikings to a 27-19 lead at halftime. In the second half it was Shay Knepp taking charge of the scoring with 12 points and leading the Vikings to a 48-40 victory. Dobson led the way with 18 points and Knepp tallied 15 and got 10 rebounds. JJ Knepp chipped in with 10 and 13 rebounds. Molly Jo Anderson score three (all in fourth quarter) and Avery Wittmer scored two and dished out six assists. The eighth grade goes to 9-5 on the season. Both teams back in action on Saturday against Vincennes Clark.