The season ended for the Columbus softball team on Tuesday night as they fell to Danville, 10-3, in district play.
The Wildcats finish the year with a 9-20 record.
Washington baseball was locked in a shootout with Oskaloosa on Tuesday night, but fell 13-9.
The Demons (14-10) picked up homeruns from Elijah Wood and Walker Breard in the game, as they jumped out to a 7-3 lead after the top of the fifth.
Oskaloosa forced defensive mistakes by the Demons and picked up 10 runs total in their halves of the fifth and sixth innings to break the game open. The Demons will host Fairfield in a conference doubleheader on Thursday.
Washington alum Kaleb Rich was honored as a scholar-athlete by the Northern Althetics Collegiate Conference on Tuesday.
The sports management major was one of 79 Rockford University athletes to be named to the conference list. To be eligible for the honor, student-athletes must maintain a 3.25 grade point average for the entire academic year.
In the past year for the Regents baseball team, Rich appeared in 11 games, starting seven, and finished the season with a 2-3 record and 4.70 ERA. He also picked up a save during the 2014 campaign, as the Regents went 20-19 overall and 10-10 in the conference.
Rich will be entering his senior year in the fall.