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WHS football team participates in media day!

Washington High School’s football team met with South Bend’s media today. Several of our team leaders had interviews with area news and newspapers discussing the outlook and expressing our excitement for the season!

Washington High School Car Show set for Sept. 13

On September 13th from 11-4 pm, Washington High School will be hosting is 1st annual Car Show! All car can be registered with Garland Hudson, by contacting him at (574) 283-7206 or e-mail There will be food, music, vendors and awards. Come join us!

WHS fall schedules available ONLINE!

Get this year’s sports schedules from the website! Follow these steps: 1.Click “Fall Sports” 2. Pick a specific sport 3.Click “Schedules/Rosters” 4. Click on the specific level of competition- Varsity/JV/Freshman (Print option available) *iPhone users can click “subscribe’ and have the schedules uploaded to their phone! You can also click the following links to get

Murphy leaves legacy at Washington!

BK Outstanding Athlete, McDonalds’ All American, Indiana All Star! Some of the titles Tiara Murphy has held as a Washington Panther. The 5-6 Boilermaker, averaged 18.6 points as a senior and led her team to a 20-5 record. Murphy scored more than 1,500 points in her career and graduated with a 3.4 GPA from the

Witherspoon named BK Outstanding Athlete

Click the link below to watch the video done by WSBT on Deonne Witherspoon, BK Outstanding Athlete Award winner.   Deonne Witherspoon BK Outstanding Athlete.    

Coleman wins NIC MVP Award.

At this year’s winter NIC award banquet, Camille Coleman was awarded the NIC’s Most Valuable Player Award for girls basketball. Coleman will be attending school and playing basketball at Evansville this fall. Ever Onward!

WHS participates in 4-H Parade!

On July 4th, Washington High School’s athletic department participated in the St. Joseph County 4-H parade in downtown South Bend. WHS partnered up with the American Cancer Society to display cancer awareness and support.

Washington student athletes participate in the IHSAA Leadership Conference!

This June, Washington High School was represented at the 12th annual IHSAA Student Leadership Conference at Plainfield High School. The following individuals were nominated by their head coach with approval from the Athletic Director and Principal: Tyler White ’16, Tyrese Belcher ’17, Brandon Watts ’17, Dayonni Phillips ’16, and Megan Ford ’16. While at the

Senior Athlete Recognition 2015

On Wednesday April 22, 2015, 35 student athletes were recognized as they announced where they would be attending college in the fall of 2015. The group’s GPA averaged right at a 3.1! This was a great day at Washington, we wish them all the best!

T 6 Retired

On Thursday May 14th, Washington High School honored one of their own.  Before the home baseball game against Adams Panther Baseball retired    the iconic # 6 worn for 20 years by Hall of Fame coach Rick Tomaszewski. In his 20 years at the helm T6‘s teams won 9 NIC conference titles, 6 sectional championships, 3