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Washington High School – South Bend Boys Varsity Cross Country finishes 4th place

Tuesday, September 8, 2015 4:30 PM Place 4 Points 103 Meet Recap The boys cross country team ran on a wet New Prairie course for the Kickoff Classic on Tuesday. Three runners earned a ribbon with their times. David Konter finished 13th with an 18:56. Andres Vital came in 17th with a 20:10. Austin Beringer

Martin’s Supermarket partners with WHS for Friday’s football game!

Martin’s Supermarket on Western will be a proud sponsor of Washington High School’s football game against New Prairie at School Field on September 11th! Sponsorship includes the following activities. Panther Club Tent: For $10 fans will receive their ticket to the game, free food and drinks along with access to the WHS apparel. The tent

WHS football win big against Clay!

The Panthers were on the prowl, defeating Clay 42-6 Friday night! Washington’s Tony Brazier put on a show, scoring 3 times to lead the offense! The defense played stout as well, making big stops causing several turnovers and only allowing one touchdown! Coach Johnson likes the direction his team is headed and looks forwards to

WHS girls soccer team wins verse Mishawaka!

Washington High School’s girl soccer team hosted Mishawaka last night in a varsity match. Lindsey Woodbury lead the team to victory, scoring 2 goals early. The defense was then able to hold Mishawaka to one goal for the night. The lady panthers will be back on home turf Wednesday September 9th against Elkhart Central.

Volleyball takes a tough loss against Bremen!

Washington High School’s volleyball team fought hard, but came up short tonight against Bremen. Scores are as follows: JV Scores Bremen 25 to WHS 12 Bremen 25 to WHS 11 Varsity Scores Bremen 25 Washington 18 Bremen 25 Washington 13 Bremen 25 Washington 10 Washington’s next game will be this weekend at the Logan’s Classic!

WHS boys soccer team victorious over Mishawaka!

Washington’s boys soccer team battled hard last night to gain a win against the Cavemen of Mishawaka! Washington made a comeback in the second half to win 4-2. Coach Cruz explained that it was a tough match but the boy played with a lot of heart! The team’s next challenge will be Tuesday September 8th

Panthers take loss but gain experience against Jimtown.

Coach Rosado’s young team hosted Jimtown Wednesday afternoon. Washington’s 1, 2 and 3 singles lost in straight sets, but score did not reflect great efforts. Coach and the team look forward to the challenges ahead and appreciate every opportunity to get out on the court. This next opportunity will be Thursday when the team travels