JASPER. - On the exact 40th anniversary of the “Miracle on Ice” USA Olympic hockey win over Russia in 1980, the Loogootee Lady Lions girls basketball team were were hoping to make some historic memories of thier own.

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Through three quarters of Friday’s game at the Hatchet House, Kiowa Jones had yet to dent the scoreboard.

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ELNORA — The winning streak that North Daviess has methodically strung together reached seven games on Friday evening as the Cougars (15-7) claimed a 53-34 decision versus visiting White River Valley.

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MONTGOMERY — In Barr-Reeve’s second-to-last game at Kavanaugh Kourt, Viking fans were reminded exactly how much of a home-court advantage the 61-year-old gym can be, as B-R posted a 64-26 win over Vincennes Rivet on Friday to move to 20-1.

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History will record that at 7:17 p.m. on Thursday, February, 20, 2020, the Washington Hatchet football team changed direction.

The Loogootee Lady Lions continued to collect hardware and titles on Saturday, as they defeated Trinity Lutheran and Tecumseh to earn the regional title for the first time since 2002.

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For the Loogootee Lions, Tuesday’s win over Washington Catholic (1-17) allowed the Lions to check several boxes. They got a chance to break a two-game losing streak, get a little momentum going into sectional, and got a chance to work injured Jordan Wildman back into the line-up before the N…

SOLSBERRY — The North Daviess basketball team claimed its second road win in as many nights as the Cougars defeated a depleted Eastern Greene squad, 69-48. The visitors opened an early 21-11 advantage after one quarter of play as ND remarkably made all 10 of their first quarter field goal at…

CAMPBELLSBURG — On Saturday afternoon, the Loogootee Lady Lions knew that the only thing that stood between them and semi-state was 32 minutes, the Tecumseh Lady Braves and seven days.

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CHARLESTOWN — An outstanding season by the Washington Lady Hatchets came to an end at the hands of an outstanding team as Class 3A No. 1 Salem defeated Washington 62-48 in regional semifinal action.

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CAMPBELLSBURG — The Loogootee Lady Lions used a fourth quarter run along with superb perimeter defense to take down the much taller Trinity Lutheran Cougars on Saturday in the first game of the West Washington Regional. Kylie VanHoy consistently picked the Cougars pockets, leading to multipl…

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BICKNELL — North Daviess ventured into the North Knox Gym on Friday evening sporting the state’s seventh best defensive average; the Cougars may have ever so slightly moved up a notch after claiming their fifth straight win by the score of 45-35.

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Grant Niehaus joined the 1,000 point club and the Washington Hatchets held on for a 65-60 win over Bloomfield at the Hatchet House on Friday.

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VINCENNES — Barr-Reeve, 18-1 and ranked No. 3 in 1A took to the road on Friday night for a Blue Chip Conference game at South Knox. The Vikings used balanced scoring, and attacking defense, and a 19-0 run that spanned the first and second quarters to cruise to a 57-36 victory.

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JH Cougars capture SWIAC 3-peat LYONS – North Daviess continued their run through the junior high boys’ SWIAC basketball tournament with a 43-39 championship win versus Linton at WRV-Lyons. The Cougars jumped out to a 15-4 lead and stretched the margin to 27-14 at half before the Miners moun…

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We have spent most of the week getting ready for the upcoming regionals on the girls’ side, and we have almost not had a chance to talk about the boys. However, there are a lot of games that still will have sectional implications.

Vikes basketball splits in 5th, 6th finale

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It has been a long time since the Washington Lady Hatchets or the Loogootee Lions could lay claim to the title of sectional champions. However, both schools not only earned that title, they did it in an impressive manner.

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ELNORA — Both North Daviess and Northeast Dubois came into the game with nearly identical records of 11-7 and 11-8. And for the most part they looked like they were about as evenly matched as you could get. However, ND was paced by a 12-12 free throw shooting exhibition in the fourth quarter…

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MONTGOMERY — Barr-Reeve made quick work of Washington Catholic in a 71-14 win at Kavanaugh Kourt on Tuesday.

As the Indianapolis Colts packed up after a disappointing 7-9 season last month, veteran wide receiver T.Y. Hilton remained optimistic about the future.

DUBOIS — The Barr-Reeve Vikings posted a win in a matinee game with Northeast Dubois on Saturday, 52-44.

ELNORA — Loogootee’s sectional drought ended on Saturday night with a dominant 44-32 win over Orleans to take the 2020 sectional crown. Loogootee had waited 15 years for its fifth overall title, with the last one coming in 2005, but will only have to wait seven days before trying for a regio…

PRINCETON – After Friday’s thrilling win over rival Vincennes Lincoln in the semifinals of the Princeton Sectional, Washington Lady Hatchet coach Gretchen Miles reminded her team that one more game remained before they had achieved their goal of a sectional title.

For most of Saturday afternoon, a crowd of 17,222 at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall was rocking, with the return of Bob Knight, Isiah Thomas and most of the rest of the 1980 Indiana men’s basketball team.

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PRINCETON — Washington took a major step towards winning a girls basketball sectional championship by eliminating defending champion Vincennes Lincoln 52-46 in Sectional 31 semifinal action at Princeton on Friday.

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ELNORA — For the Barr-Reeve Lady Vikings it was a tale of two seasons. The Vikes started out 0-8, but finished 9-2 in their last 11 games. Unfortunately, the successful second half of the year also came to an end with a 48-33 loss to Orleans in the North Daviess sectional semi-finals.

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ELNORA — For the Barr-Reeve Lady Vikings it was a tale of two seasons. The Vikes started out 0-8, but finished 9-2 in their last 11 games. Unfortunately, the successful second half of the year also came to an end with a 48-33 loss to Orleans in the North Daviess sectional semi-finals.

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ELNORA —The Lady Cardinals of Washington Catholic had a tall task on Friday night in the semi-final round of the North Daviess Sectional. 1A No. 1 Loogootee awaited after the Lions opened the tournament with a convincing victory over North Daviess. The Lady Cardinals made the first quarter i…

Lady Hatchets fall in 8th grade tourney

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VINCENNES — The final chapter in the Washington Hatchets Big 8 Conference basketball history was not a happy one as Vincennes ruined the Hatchets’ chance to claim a share of the final league title with a 65-61 victory at Alice Arena on Thursday.

ELNORA — On an evening when North Daviess and Bloomfield both came together to fight cancer and battle on the basketball hardwood, the SWIAC encounter turned into an intense war on the floor with the host Cougars coming from a dozen down after three quarters to win by the final score of 47-43.

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JASPER — For the fifth time in the last six years David took down Goliath — again, as tiny Class A Barr-Reeve made a statement over 4A Jasper. The Vikings posted a 54-38 win over Jasper and moved their record to 16-1.

5th, 6th grade Vikings split with Washington

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Shaun D. Osborn, 40, passed away Saturday, Feb. 15, 2020, at St. Vincent's Hospital in Evansville, Indiana. Shaun was born to Robert and Teresa (Alceraz) Osborn on May 7, 1979, in Indianapolis, Indiana. He graduated from Washington High school in 1998. He is survived by his father, Robert, a…