Warning About Visiting Active High Schools

Warning About Visiting Active High Schools

When planning to visit any Indiana high school gymnasium, please contact the athletic department first to identify an appropriate day and time.  Most schools are not open to the general public during school hours.  Consider buying a ticket to a girls' or boys' game, see the gym and some great high school basketball. 

Hatchet House

108 NE 7th St, Washington, IN 47501

The 7,090-seat arena was dedicated in 1966. The arched roof building, with its wooden bleacher seats, corner views, retired jerseys, and seven state championship banners, is special.  Visitors to the Hatchet House in the early 2000s were likely to have seen one of the  Zeller brothers play.  All three went on to great college programs at Notre Dame, North Carolina and Indiana and were drafted and played in the NBA.  

Photo credit: © Hoosier Hardwood Photo Project 2023



Larry Cochren - lcochren@wcs.k12.in.us

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