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Joslyn Policky, Sophia Wrich and Leah Chance hit home runs Monday as the Class B No. 3 Blair softball team handled Class C No. 2 Wahoo Neumann at home, 6-1.The Bears have won nine-straight games and … more
Autumn Iversen and her Wahoo softball team offered evidence to support their Class B No. 1 ranking Tuesday at the Two Rivers Sports Complex.The standout senior pitched a five-inning shutout and hit … more
It's been awhile since the Blair High School girls golf team played 18 holes at Pacific Springs Golf Club in Omaha.“A long time ago,” veteran Bears coach Ross Udey said when asked just … more
Monday's University of Nebraska-Kearney High School XC Invitational proved Washington County's status as a hotspot for prep runners.The Fort Calhoun boys were state champs last fall and contenders … more
Hartington-Newcastle runner Carson Noecker earned headlines Monday during the University of Nebraska-Kearney High School XC Invitational, finishing his 5 kilometers on the NSAA state course in just … more
With the district tournament approaching, the Arlington girls golf team competed Monday at Grandpa's Woods during an 18-hole tournament hosted by Elmwood-Murdock High School.Sarah Rhea led the Eagles … more
Omaha Mercy bests Bears, 3-0The Blair High School volleyball team dropped to 6-12 Tuesday with a 3-0 loss at Omaha Mercy.Coach Becca Mellema's Bears lost the first and second sets 25-14 and 25-22 … more
Tjardes competes at Kentucky National Horse ShowFort Calhoun High School student Harper Tjardes recently finished fifth out of 21 horse and rider teams at the $20,000 TAKE2 Hunter & Jumper Finals … more
The Fort Calhoun softball team beat Logan View/Scribner Snyder in just five innings Monday night.The 8-0, run-rule road win came with a 10-4 advantage in hits for coach Mandy Taylor's team. Kaitlyn … more
Editor's Note: “A Look at Times Gone By” is an in-depth look at weekly Times Gone By entries compiled since 2015. These articles represent the history of Washington County sports.The … more
Blair (4-1 overall) hosts No. 1 Bennington (5-0), 7 p.m. FridayAfter a 34-7 Sept. 16 loss to Omaha Gross, the 4-1 Bears football team has a second chance to prove itself as one of Class B's best … more
Kaitlyn Welchert claims Washington County’s Nannen & Harte Physical Therapy honors with her monster numbers at the plate. She had to be the pick. The Fort Calhoun junior hit three … more
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