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  • MARION – Grace College’s softball team dropped a pair of road games at No. 11 Indiana Wesleyan on Wednesday by the scores of 7-3 and 6-0.
  • Triton Baseball Notches First Hoosier North Victory; Warsaw Loses NLC Opener; Valley Comes Up Short At Maconaquah; Southwood Defeats Whitko In Baseball Action; Peru Hands Manchester First TRC Loss; Lady Tigers Fall To Goshen; Howard Leads Valley In Three Rivers Opener; Triton Golf Wins At Stonehenge; Wawasee Golf Defeats Central Noble; Lady Tiger Tennis Sweeps NLC Foe Northridge; Wawasee Girls T&F Battles Goshen, Plymouth
  • Middle School Golf; Middle School Boys and Girls Track & Field
  • Lady Tigers Win NLC Opener
    With the final outcome in the balance Tuesday evening, Warsaw’s Alyssa Zellers delivered once again, lifting the Lady Tigers to a 3-2 girls tennis win over Northern Lakes Conference rival Plymouth.
  • My parents were not rich people.
  • Warsaw Tennis Star Knight Signs Letter Of Intent With Kalamazoo
    Warsaw multi-sport athlete Ella Knight has signed her letter of intent to continue her academic and athletic careers at Kalamazoo College and play tennis for the Hornets.
  • MICHIGAN CITY – The Dunes Youth Volleyball Club will hold camps from April 21-May 5 for boys and girls
  • KANSAS CITY, MO – The NAIA will move to a single division in both men's and women's basketball, effective for the 2020-21 academic year, with a maximum limit of eight scholarships for each.
  • Manchester Athletic Postponement; Tippecanoe Valley Athletic Postponement; Wawasee Athletic Postponements; Warsaw Athletic Site Change
  • Wawasee’s Hlutke Signs Letter Of Intent With Trine University
    SYRACUSE – Wawasee’s Hunter Hlutke has signed his letter of intent to continue his academic and football careers at Trine University.
  • Warsaw’s Stookey Signs Letter Of Intent With Manchester
    Warsaw Tiger multi-sport athlete Dane Stookey announced his intention to continue his studies and athletic participation next fall at Manchester University where he will compete for the Spartans’ track and field team.
  • Lady Tigers’ Day Inks Letter Of Intent With Hillsdale College
    Warsaw high jump standout Lexie Day has signed her letter of intent to continue her academic and athletic careers at Hillsdale College.
  • Parrett Inks Letter Of Intent With Taylor University
    Warsaw volleyball standout Nikki Parrett has signed her letter of intent to attend Taylor University to continue her studies and participate for the Trojan volleyball program.
  • Manchester University To Host Youth Triathlon On May 12
    NORTH MANCHESTER – The Manchester University Department of Exercise Science and Athletic Training, along with the College of Business, invites local children to participate in the Manchester University Youth Triathlon.
  • Tigers Finish 7th In Don Dicken Classic
    Warsaw’s varsity boys golf team finished seventh at the Don Dicken Classic on Saturday, hosted by the Tigers at Stonehenge Golf Club.
  • SOUTH BEND – Grace College’s women’s golf team battled against a competitive field at the Pilot Spring Invitational over the weekend.
  • Valley’s Sydney Howard Pitches Complete Game; Whitko Softball Routs Columbia City; Davis Highlights Squire T&F At Busco Invite; Warsaw Takes On Lafayette Jeff Showcase; Valley Competes At Marquette Catholic Invite; Valley Competes At Marquette Catholic Invite; Warsaw JV Golf Finishes Second At Rochester Invite
  • GOSHEN – The softball games between Goshen and Wawasee scheduled for April 27 and May 14 will be the “Strike Out Cancer Night.”
  • Manchester Athletic Postponements; Triton Athletic Postponements; Wawasee, Warsaw Athletics Postponed; Valley Athletic Cancellations
  • Lady Squires Blank Wawasee
    SYRACUSE – The Manchester Lady Squires scored six runs in the first two innings Friday and cruised to a 10-0 high school softball win at Wawasee.

    After plating one run in the first inning, Manchester took a commanding lead with five runs in the second, later adding three runs in the sixth and one in the seventh.
  • COLUMBIA CITY – Playing its third game in as many days, Warsaw’s varsity baseball team jumped out to a big lead and then held off the Columbia City Eagles Friday evening.
  • Tiger Track Team Edges Elkhart Memorial
    In the first meet of the season, the Warsaw boys track and field team defeated Elkhart Memorial 66-61 Thursday evening.
  • Warsaw Netters Dominate Columbia City
    A strength of Warsaw’s varsity girls tennis team is its singles lineup.
  • WINONA LAKE – Three home runs were not enough for Grace’s baseball team on Thursday as the Lancers lost twice to Taylor.

    Grace dropped an action-packed opener 11-5 before losing 13-1 in the second game.
  • GOSHEN – Grace College’s softball team missed a chance to win twice on the road, settling for a split at Goshen College on Thursday.
  • Manchester Girls Tennis Claims Three Rivers Victory; Wawasee Picks Up NLC Win Over Goshen; Valley Falls To Knox, 5-0Whitko Loses Close Match To Northfield; Manchester Earns First Win Of Season; Valley Loses To Winamac; West Strikes Out 8, Leads Whitko Baseball To Win; Wawasee Rallies To Win At Columbia City; Patton Hits 2 Home Runs; Warsaw Baseball Falls; Manchester Wins Boys, Girls Track & Field Meet; Triton Hosts Culver, Winamac In Track; Bechtold Shoots 45, Leads Whitko Golf; Warsaw Golf Loses At FW Canterbury; Triton Golf Stays Perfect; Valley Golf Competes With CMA, Rochester
  • Tigers Top T. Valley In Season Opener
    The Warsaw Tigers got on the board early, and then were able to hold off county rival Tippecanoe Valley after the Vikings made a late rally Wednesday in the baseball season opener for both teams.
  • AKRON – On Wednesday night, the Triton girls tennis team won 4-1 over Tippecanoe Valley.

    In what was the season opener for each team, the Lady Trojans saw victories from their No. 1 and No. 2 singles players and both doubles en route to the victory.
  • LEBANON, Tenn. – Cumberland University Director of Athletics Ron Pavan announced the hiring of Scott Blum as the women’s basketball head coach for the Phoenix, effective immediately.
  • Howett Inks Letter Of Intent With Western Illinois
    Warsaw’s Lucas Howett signed a letter of intent on Wednesday to attend Western Illinois to run track and cross country for the Leathernecks and coach Nick Maas.
  • INDIANAPOLIS – Grace’s baseball team won its third straight game thanks to a sweep of Marian on the road Wednesday.
  • Lady Tigers Track & Field Defeat Goshen, Northridge; Lady Squires Win Season Opener; Whitko Girls Tennis Outlasts Maconaquah; Snep Leads Whitko Softball Over West Noble; Warsaw’s Late Rally Falls Short At Carroll; Manchester Baseball Defeats Taylor; Manchester Wins First Golf Match Of Season; Triton Boys Golf Defeats Bremen, LaVille 
  • Warriors Rally To Beat Whitko Wildcats
    SOUTH WHITLEY – The Wawasee and Whitko baseball teams faced the cold weather Tuesday night for a nonconference matchup. The host Wildcats struck early, but could not hold the lead, as the Warriors won 7-4.
  • Lady Lancers Hoops Coach Scott Blum Resigns
    WINONA LAKE – Scott Blum announced Tuesday that he has resigned as the head coach of Grace College’s women’s basketball team.
  • SYRACUSE – While the game was played in chilly temperatures, with fans wearing winter coats, hats and gloves and bundled in blankets, Columbia City’s offense was far from cold.
  • Today is going to be one of those days where I have several things to write about, but only one column to do it in.
  • Grace Victorious In Home Opener, Routs Goshen 6-2
    WINONA LAKE – The Grace College baseball team continued its Crossroads League campaign in a nine-inning game against Bethel on Tuesday, winning 6-2.
  • Warsaw Opens Tennis Season At FW Canterbury; Wawasee Loses To Westview In Tennis Action; Warsaw Softball Loses To East Noble; Whitko Loses Extra Inning Battle To NorthWood; Whitko, Valley Compete In Track & Field; Manchester Girls Win Track Meet; Whitko Golf Finishes Second At Columbia City
  • Lady Lancers Win Golf Tournament
    KOKOMO – Despite freezing temperatures, Grace College’s women’s golf team opened the spring season with a hot start.
  • Delp Shoots 78, Leads Warsaw Golf In Season Opener; Whitko Girls Tennis Loses To West Noble
  • Voirol Named NCCAA Pitcher Of The Week; Valley Holding Physical Night On May 1; YMCA T-ball Registration Now Open
  • NORTH MANCHESTER – The phrase “paying it forward” isn’t too far off the minds of Manchester University junior Connor Eichenauer and freshman Karly Eichenauer.
  • UPLAND – Competing in temperatures that resembled winter more than spring, the Grace College track and field squad ended up in fifth place on the men's side and eighth on the women's side at the George Glass Invitational at Taylor University. 
  • SOUTH BEND – Former Warsaw football coach Phil Jensen will be honored at the 45th Annual Moose Krause Memorial Scholar-Athlete dinner on April 25 as the Contributions to Football recipient.
  • Voirol Pitches Grace To Split With IWU
    MARION – Aaron Voirol threw one of the best games of his career for Grace College’s baseball team on Thursday, leading the Lancers to a split of a doubleheader against Crossroads League rival Indiana Wesleyan.
  • Triton Softball Doubleheader Postponed; Valley, Triton Baseball Doubleheader Postponed
  • As the college basketball season ticked to a close Monday night, I was thinking about the two Division I national champs – Notre Dame’s women’s team and the Villanova men.
  • BOURBON – The Triton High School Athletic Department will be selling gym floor plaques for $25 each that display a picture of the old gym floor and has a piece of wood from the floor attached.
  • Warsaw Girls Basketball Summer Camps; Warsaw Girls Basketball Call-Out Meeting
  • GOSHEN – Grace College’s baseball team was unable to capitalize on its baserunners in two defeats at Goshen College on Friday.

    The Lancers (1-21, 1-7 Crossroads League) scored two runs in both losses, falling 3-2 and 7-2 on the road.
  • Lady Lancers Split With Huntington
    WINONA LAKE – Grace College’s softball team played its second home doubleheader of the season on Friday, splitting with Crossroads League rival Huntington University at Miller Athletic Complex.
  • Former Olympian Speaks In Warsaw
    Ryan Hall, a former Olympic runner and the national record holder in the half marathon, spoke to Warsaw Community Schools sixth graders Friday afternoon.
  • Herbster Claims Grace’s Stolen Base Record
    WINONA LAKE – Hannah Herbster set the Grace College softball program’s record for career stolen bases.
  • Wawasee Baseball Falls In Home Opener To Wabash; Warsaw Softball Loses To Mishawaka
  • Warsaw Community High School will hold an athletic physical night on April 16 in the Career Center Gym from 6-8 p.m.
  • SYRACUSE – Wawasee High School softball coach Mike Barger called Wednesday evening’s nonconference clash with West Noble the most chaotic game he’s seen in quite some time.
  • Former Tippecanoe Valley girls basketball standout Anne Secrest is coming home, or at least close to it.
  • MISHAWAKA – Tippecanoe Valley High School’s Sophie Bussard took the court with some of the best basketball players in northern Indiana Tuesday night.
  • OK, let me start with what this article is NOT about.
  • LAGRANGE – The Wawasee Lady Warriors and Lakeland Lakers combined for 10 hits in a high school softball game Monday evening.
  • Rios Inks Letter Of Intent To Play Football At Trinity International
    Warsaw football senior Jacob Rios announced his intent to continue his academic and athletic playing career at Trinity International University on Monday.
  • NAPPANEE – The Tippecanoe Valley softball team lost 11-0 at NorthWood on Monday night. 
  • WESTFIELD – Grace College’s baseball team traveled to the Grand Park Sports Complex to play Marian in a nine inning Crossroads League matchup on Monday.
  • SPRING ARBOR, Mich. – The Grace College softball team was unable to put together two complete games in a doubleheader loss at Spring Arbor on Monday.
  • WINONA LAKE – Grace College’s Isaac Stuckey was named the Crossroads League Field Athlete of the Week on Monday following his first outdoor performance of the year.
  • Grace Tracksters Divide Team To Start Outdoor Season
    MARION – Grace College’s track and field team got the outdoor season started over the weekend.
  • SYRACUSE – The Wawasee softball team won 4-3 over Westview Friday night in the team’s season opener.
  • Mt. Vernon Takes Two From Lady Lancers; Lancer Hoopers Honored For Academics
  • HUNTINGTON – The Grace College baseball team hit the road on Friday to continue its Crossroads League season. The Lancers dropped both games of the doubleheader, 8-3, 11-3, against the Foresters.
  • Manchester Opens Track & Field Season At Southwood; Wawasee Track & Field Competes At Westview
  • Drake Tabbed NCCAA All-Tournament Team; Manchester Softball Changes Game Date
  • Tippecanoe Valley’s Alber Signs With Saint Francis
    AKRON – Tippecanoe Valley girls track and field thrower Cora Alber has signed her letter of intent to continue her academic and athletic careers at the University of Saint Francis. 
  • AKRON – Tippecanoe Valley High School had its winter athletic awards program on Tuesday night.
  • AKRON – Tippecanoe Valley Middle School held its winter sports awards Tuesday night. 
  • Lady Lancers Drop Doubleheader To No. 2 Marian
    WINONA LAKE – Grace College’s softball team put itself in position to upend No. 2 Marian University in both games of a doubleheader on Tuesday.
  • I did something on Saturday I don’t get to do very often – I listened to someone else broadcast a local sporting event.
  • Edgewood Seventh Grade Girls Basketball Team Has Awards Night
    The Edgewood Middle School seventh grade girls basketball team held its awards program Monday night.
  • MISHAWAKA – The Grace College softball team nearly swept Bethel on the road Monday, settling for a split.
  • FORT WAYNE – The Grace College baseball team enjoyed its first victory of the year against St. Francis on Monday.
  • Tippecanoe Valley Cancels Boys And Girls Track & Field Meet
  • Lady Lancers Roll To 20th Win
    WINONA LAKE – Grace College’s women's basketball team wrapped up the 2017-18 season with a fast-paced 87-46 win over Hiwassee on Friday.

    The Lady Lancers (20-16) secured their second 20-win season in program history and placed fifth in the NCCAA National Championships, which conclude today with games that determine the top four teams in both the men’s and women’s divisions.
  • WINONA LAKE – Two boys and two girls from Lakeland Christian Academy’s basketball teams were named first-team All-Hoosier Plains Conference.

    Senior Josh McDaniel and junior Jake Harmon made the first-team on the boys side, while junior Landon Twombly made the second-team and senior Jeremy Gross made the HPC all-academic team.
  • Lady Lancers Cruise To Tourney Win
    WINONA LAKE – Just hours after suffering defeat in the opening round of the NCCAA National Championships, Grace College’s women’s basketball team rebounded emphatically on Thursday.
  • Times-Union & IWU Reports



    MARION – The incredible freshman season for Indiana Wesleyan University guard Kyle Mangas culminated with an NAIA All-America First Team selection.
  • Warsaw’s Brenna Shipley Signs With Findlay University
    Warsaw girls soccer senior Brenna Shipley signed her letter of intent with Findlay University to continue her academic and soccer career.
  • The Three Rivers Conference announced its boys and girls basketball all-conference teams and honorable mention selections on Wednesday.
  • Lady Lancers Fall In NCCAA Opener
    WINONA LAKE – There always seems to be one quarter, said coach Scott Blum, that puts the Grace College Lady Lancers in a hole.

    Wednesday night, against fifth-seeded Emmanuel College in the opening round of the NCCAA National Championships, it was the second quarter in which the fourth-seeded Lady Lancers struggled.