The Washington Hatchet tennis team handed out its end of season awards. Award winners pictured (from left): Jayden Meredith received the Mental Toughness award; Brycen Neidigh received the Leadership award; Jaylyn Rook received the Best Record award, All Conference, and All District; Caleb A…
HOUSTON (AP) — Charlie Morton spun a curveball past Jose Altuve for a called third strike, his 16th pitch after taking a 102 mph comebacker off his right leg. Morton stumbled and started to fall. Turns out the leg was broken.
BLOOMINGTON – Indiana head coach Tom Allen said quarterback Jack Tuttle is “week to week” with what he later confirmed was a foot injury during Monday’s press conference.
LOOGOOTEE – Loogootee’s volleyball season came to an end at the hands of top-ranked Trinity Lutheran 25-17, 26-24, 17-25, 25-19 in Class A regional action at Jack Butcher Arena on Saturday.
A long and dreary season for the Washington Hatchets ended on a damp and dreary night at Hatchet Hollow on Friday with a 16-0 loss to Edgewood in Sectional 30 first round action. But at the end of what would turn out to be a winless season the Hatchets did anything but roll over and play dea…
ELNORA – North Daviess may have scored first in Friday night’s opening round sectional contest, but Springs Valley scored the most as the Blackhawks put up four unanswered touchdowns to claim a 27-6 victory at Thurman H. Brown Field.
Well, we are getting down to brass tacks with the fall season. We will know more about football sectionals after this is published, but one thing that we will know is that the football facilities at WHS will still need a desperate upgrade.
Saturday will feature the cross country semi-state and a pair of volleyball regionals, as the fall season heads into the final stretch.
A Congressional committee is seeking documents and information from the NFL regarding the investigation into the Washington Football Team and how the league handled it.
BLOOMINGTON — A love of outer space factored into the decision for running back Chris Childers to transfer from Indiana State to Indiana close to two years ago.
BLOOMINGTON — When Indiana defensive back Noah Pierre recorded his first career interception Saturday against Michigan State, it was the culmination of more than three years of patience and preparation.
The second season begins on Friday for Washington and North Daviess, as sectional action begins at home for both schools. ND ended regular season at 4-5 with a loss to Springs Valley last week and WHS fell to Mount Vernon to end the year at 0-8
BLOOMINGTON — When new Indiana coach Mike Woodson arrived on campus last spring, he quickly tossed out the stale rules he thought bogged down the Hoosiers on offense.
INDIANAPOLIS — Once believed to be the favorite to start the season opener if Carson Wentz wasn’t able to play, Jacob Eason was released by the Indianapolis Colts on Tuesday.
BEDFORD – In the Individual Regional at Bedford North Lawrence on Saturday, Barr-Reeve’s Kayden Graber lost to Grant Miller from Silver Creek, 5-7, 2-6 ending his run in the 2021 IHSAA Tournament.
PETERSUBRG – The Barr-Reeve girls cross country team will be making its eighth straight semi-state appearance at Brown County on Saturday after the Vikings claimed fifth place in the Pike Central Regional on Saturday and three other local runners earned individual semi-state berths.
PRINCETON — The Washington Hatchets had high expectations all season, and after a 3-0 win over Lincoln in the Princeton Sectional semis, they find themselves playing Barr-Reeve in the finals for the big prize.
PRINCETON — The Barr-Reeve Lady Vikes took their first step to a historic first 3A sectional title on Saturday with a four game win over Sullivan and pitting the 21-9 Vikes against the winner of Washington and Lincoln.
Washington's Taylor Walls and Ellie Reed block a Lincoln shot on Saturday at Princeton. Washington will face Barr-Reeve at 7 p.m. tonight. Check washtimesherald.com for details later.
Dylan DeCoursey gets a kill for Barr-Reeve on Saturday at Princeton. B-R won in four games and will play Washington at 7 p.m. Check washtimesherald.com for details later.
ELNORA—Springs Valley (7-1) used four touchdowns from their senior quarterback Kannon Chase on the way to a convincing 38-7 victory against North Daviess on the Cougars’ Senior Night.
LOOGOOTEE — Vincennes Rivet (20-7) kept its volleyball season alive as the Lady Patriots downed North Daviess (10-20) in straight sets, 25-13, 25-20, 25-11, in Class A opening round sectional action on Thursday evening at the Jack Butcher Sports Arena.
PRINCETON — There were plenty of seats available in Tiger Arena, but Hatchet fans only needed the edges, as Washington and Princeton played in an enormously exciting four-game sectional quarterfinal.
SAN FRANCISCO — Cody Bellinger pointed at the dugout and pounded his chest in triumph after delivering the biggest hit this season for the defending World Series champions.
The Cardinals fired former National League manager of the year Mike Shildt over organizational differences Thursday, just one week after St. Louis lost to the Los Angeles Dodgers on a walk-off homer in the wild-card game.
The final week of the regular season will provide some tall tasks for both WHS and North Daviess. The Hatchets host 7-1 Mount Vernon, while ND takes on 6-1 Springs Valley. Both games will be Senior Nights.
Just a short column as we go into a big fall weekend. First of all, the emphasis is on the word fall which should be getting here on Friday, if weather reports are correct. It has been a brutally hot fall and for all the cross country runners, tennis and football players still competing, but…
INDIANAPOLIS – Frank Reich spent part of the plane ride home Tuesday morning talking with quarterback Carson Wentz and trying to find a way to keep history from repeating itself.
This Week's Circulars
Sharon Mowery, 73, passed away at her Washington residence on Oct. 22, 2021. Sharon was born April 2, 1948, in Kentucky, to Earl and Opal (Jackson) Gist. Sharon was blessed with a daughter, Melissa (Vaughn) Heldt of Washington and two grandchildren, Tyler Gilley of Paducah, Kentucky, and J.W…
Virginia Mae Mock, 97 of Greenwood, passed away on Monday October 18, 2021. Services will be held on Tuesday October 26, at Flanner Buchanan - Washington Park East. Please visit www.flannerbuchanan.com for further information.
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