Sports Wrap-Up Updated

Jan. 23—Tuesday Scores

Girls games

North Daviess 50, Cloverdale 27

Barr-Reeve 49, Eastern 36

Loogootee 19, North Knox 42

Shoals 12, South Knox 80

Knights of Columbus Free Throw Challenge

The K of C will be sponsoring a free throw challenge in the Birdcage on Sunday, Jan. 28 from 2-4 p.m. at Washington Catholic High School.

The event hopes to bring together the community and potentially advance to state and national competitions. It is open to girls' and boys ages 9-14 are invited. Boys and girls will compete in their respective age divisions and all contestants will be recognized for their participation in the event. Winners in each age group will receive a trophy and advance to District competition. Participants will be required to fill out an entry form. Participants will also need parent approval and a copy of their birth certificate on the day of the event.

For more information contact Jordan Roundcount at or contact the Knights of Columbus Club at 812-254-1275 after 4 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday.

B-R downs Holy Family

MONTGOMERY — The Barr-Reeve fifth and sixth grade girls posted wins over Holy Family. The fifth grade won 31-6 with Kiera Graber and Megan Anderson had eight each, while BB Madison had four, and Dylan DeCoursey, Lily Bledsoe and Hadde Fuhrman had two each.

The sixth grade Vikes defeated Holy Trinity 23-11 to improve to 8-6. Shay Moffett led with 14, Lindsey Swartz had five and Bella Trousdale and Norah Baker had two each.

ND 7th picks up win

ELNORA — The North Daviess Junior High girls' team hosted Shoals for a seventh grade game Tuesday evening and came away with a 34-7 victory, to improve their record to 13-4 on the year.

Natalie Wagler led the Lady Cougars with eight points. Aubrey Ferguson was next with six points and eight assists. Kealy Graber and Bristol Lengacher both added five points each and Leah Knepp added four. Addison Crites, Ella Knepp and Karli Clidienst rounded out the Lady Cougars with two points each.

Wrestling tickets for Sectional

NEWBURGH—Wrestling Sectionals this Saturday at Castle High School will start at 10 a.m. Eastern. The top four at each weight advance to Regional.

Tickets must be purchased digitally (per the IHSAA) in advance at There will not be a cash option at the gate. They will have a credit card reader for anyone who needs to purchase tickets at the gate.

WJHS 8th advances

TECUMSEH — The Washington eighth grade Lady Hatchets traveled to Tecumseh on Monday night for the first round of the PAC eighth grade tournament and won 33-30.

WJHS got off to a slow start and trailed at half-time 22-11. The first three minutes of the third quarter would see the Lady Hatchets turn up the defense and cause Tecumseh to call a time out. WJHS went on a 7-point run and would continue with pressure defense. That caused several turnovers that led to run out layups to help get back in the game. After three quarters of play, Washington was only down 26-25. WJHS would take the lead for good in the last three minutes of the game and hit some crucial free throws down the stretch to bring home the win on the road 33-30.

The Lady Hatchets will now host the second round on Thursday night in the junior high gym.