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Track: Finally gold for Washington's Isbell

Written by Brad Everett on .

Brad Everett profiles Washington sprinter DeQuay Isbell.

2015 0522 Washington BTrack(Photo: Washington's DeQuay Isbell heads to the finish line to win the Class AA 200-meter dash at the WPIAL track championships May 14 at Baldwin. Matt Freed/Post-Gazette)

"Washington High School's DeQuay Isbell was the second-fastest 400-meter runner in WPIAL Class AA his sophomore season.

He held that same distinction his junior season.

Isbell will end his high school career at the very top.

After finishing as the runner-up the previous two years, Isbell claimed the 400-meter dash title at the WPIAL Class AA championships last week at Baldwin High School."

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Track: South Feature Athlete - DeQuay Isbell, Washington

Written by Justin Criado on .

Name: DeQuay Isbell
High School: Washington
Grade: 12
Sport: Track

Background: Isbell won the 200- and 400-meter races at the WPIAL Class AA championships May 14 at Baldwin with times of 21.99 and 48.77 to become the top seed in the PIAA championships May 22-23.

 

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Photo Journal: Baseball - Washington vs. Riverside (Class AA WPIAL Playoffs, May 13)

Written by Cara DeCarlo on .

It's Monday, May 18 and the WPIAL Class AA Baseball Playoffs are continuing. So, enjoy Sports Town's photos of the Washington baseball team as we congratulate them on a good season. These photos were taken alongside video clips; you can view the video clips by clicking here.) All photos and video clips in this post were taken on May 13,2015 as the Prexies lost to Riverside 3-2 at North Allegheny.

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Baseball: Washington closes in on playoff spot

Written by Keith Barnes on .

Keith Barnes profiles the Washington baseball team.

"Washington has done its best to simulate games in the gymnasium and prepare itself for the rigors of playing baseball this season.

To an extent it has worked.

The Little Prexies opened the season with six consecutive Section 2-AA wins and held a share of first place. That was until last week when they were pummeled by Brownsville, 11-0 and 19-5, on consecutive days to enter this week in sole possession of second place.

Washington (7-3, 7-2) defeated Beth-Center, 7-0, Tuesday and was scheduled to play Frazier Wednesday in section games. They play another section game today against Charleroi Area."

 

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Baseball: Washington could be on its way to another section title

Written by Brad Everett on .

Five up, five down for Wash High.

The two-time defending section champions have raced to a 5-0 mark in Class AA Section 2. The Little Prexies (5-1 overall) have won five in a row since suffering a 14-4 loss to defending WPIAL Class A champion California in the season opener.

However, the Little Prexies are not the only undefeated team in the section. Brownsville is 4-0. A game between the two earlier in the season was postponed, so they are now scheduled to play on consecutive days later this week – at Brownsville on Thursday, and at Washington on Friday. The Falcons are 7-1 overall.

Washington has relied on excellent pitching thus far, as the Little Prexies have surrendered only eight runs in their five victories. The wins have come against Beth-Center (5-2), Waynesburg (7-3), Frazier (5-1), Charleroi (12-2) and Chartiers-Houston (10-0).