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  • Sectional pairings for the 108th annual high school boys basketball state tournament have been set.
  • 'Busco Beats Whitko Wildcats
    SOUTH WHITLEY – The Whitko Wildcats trailed by nine points after the first quarter Saturday night and ended up losing 66-60 to county rival Churubusco.
  • The Carmel Greyhounds used a big size advantage Saturday night against Warsaw and won 53-44 at the Tiger Den.
  • WINONA LAKE – Grace College’s men’s basketball team wrapped up the 2018 season on a high note with a 103-92 win over Taylor on Saturday.

    The Lancers, who celebrated seniors Erik Bowen and Stephen Halstead after the game, secured the season sweep of the Trojans (16-14, 7-11 Crossroads League).
  • WINONA LAKE – In the regular season finale, Grace College’s women’s basketball team lost a tough 76-61 game to No. 16 Taylor University on Saturday.
  • Boys Swimming Sectional Roundup – Feb. 19
    Warsaw Swimmers Win 11th Straight Sectional Title; Wawasee Sends Two Swimmers To State
  • Ross Johnson Scores 19; Triton Loses To John Glenn; Wawasee Loses To East Noble On The Road; Area Wrestlers Compete In State Finals
  • CEDARVILLE, Ohio - Grace’s track and field team picked up plenty of hardware at the 2018 NCCAA National Indoor Championships, held at Cedarville.
  • WESTFIELD, Ind. — Grace’s Baseball team spent the weekend on the turf facilities at Grand Park. The Lancers played games against Concordia and Goshen.
  • Boys Swimmers Conclude Sectional Preliminaries
    Warsaw Community High School hosted the preliminary round of the boys swimming sectional Friday night. Swimmers had to finish in the top eight to qualify for today’s finals.
  • COLUMBIA CITY – The Manchester Squires went in to Friday night’s matchup having won seven of their last eight games. Meanwhile, the host Columbia City Eagles have been up-and-down as of late, suffering two separate three-game skids in their last eight contests.
  • Tippy Valley Tops Triton On Senior Night
    AKRON – The Tippecanoe Valley Vikings played their final home game of the season Friday night and saved their best for last.
  • MCKENZIE, Tenn. – Grace College's softball team started the 2018 season with a dynamic offensive display at Bethel (Tenn.).
  • WINONA LAKE – The Lakeland Christian Academy Cougars continued their late-season push and extended their win streak to three games Friday night with a 51-50 nonconference victory over the Oregon-Davis Bobcats.
  • Tim Tebow Speaks At Grace College
    WINONA LAKE – Tim Tebow spoke at Grace College’s Manahan Orthopaedic Capital Center Friday morning to a near-capacity crowd.

    The 2007 Heisman Trophy winner, two-time Bowl Championship Series winner, NFL quarterback and minor league baseball player covered a wide range of topics during his hour-long speech.
  • HUNTINGTON – Reagan Atwood was the all-around winner Thursday night, as the Wawasee Lady Warriors beat Huntington North 105.1-104.2 in high school gymnastics action.
  • FORT WAYNE – The late-season momentum keeps building for Grace College’s women’s basketball team, as the Lady Lancers upset No. 25 St. Francis 74-67 in overtime Wednesday.
  • FORT WAYNE – Grace College’s men’s basketball team could not slow down the offensive firepower of No. 3 St. Francis on Wednesday and fell 99-81.
  • Slusser Signs Letter Of Intent With Trine
    BOURBON – Triton High School senior Max Slusser has signed his letter of intent to play football at Trine University next fall.
  • Edington Scores 14 In Wawasee’s Loss To Mishawaka
    MISHAWAKA – A slow start in the first quarter by Wawasee lifted Mishawaka to a win in boys basketball action. The Cavemen won 41-31 Wednesday night.
  • Middle School Girls Basketball; Wrestling
  • Tigers Win 4th Straight NLC Title
    Originally scheduled for Friday, the outcome of Tuesday’s Northern Lakes Conference game with Plymouth was worth the wait for the Warsaw Tigers.

    Zach Riley made sure of it.
  • Warsaw Hires Hall Of Fame Football Coach
    There is now an answer to the question that people have been asking: “Who will be the next coach of the Warsaw Tiger football program?”

    Bart Curtis.
  • Bart Curtis, Warsaw’s new head football coach, attended Tuesday night’s Warsaw Community Schools board meeting.

    He was accompanied by his wife Sara; daughter, Hannah; and one of his two sons, Michael, who teaches English at WCHS. His other son, Brian, was unable to attend.
  • AKRON – In a potential sectional preview, Tippecanoe Valley lost 53-37 to NorthWood Tuesday in nonconference boys basketball action.

    The Vikings (4-15) had trouble finding the bottom of the net from long range throughout the game. Hitting 6 of 25 shots from three-point distance during the contest, Valley was 1 of 15 at one point.
  • High School Basketball Roundup – Feb. 14
    Jake Harmon Nets 500th Career Point In LCA Victory; Westview Is Too Much For Wawasee To Handle; Johnson Leads Triton Against Rochester; Whitko Cruises To Victory Over Southern Wells

  • NLC Announces All-Conference Selections; Tippecanoe Valley Places Three On TRC All-Conference Team
  • Beckham Leads Warsaw Gymnasts Over Lakeland
    The Warsaw Lady Tiger gymnasts defeated Lakeland 100-91 on Tuesday. Remi Beckham won the all-around for Warsaw with a score of 34.850.
  • Middle School Girls Basketball; Wrestling
  • Area Results – Feb. 13
    Freshman Boys Basketball; Middle School Girls Basketball
  • Squires Tame Whitko Wildcats
    NORTH MANCHESTER – In a game that saw five players score in double figures, there wasn’t much doubt in a blowout win for Manchester High School’s varsity boys basketball team Saturday night as the host Squires defeated Whitko 82-59 in Three Rivers Conference action.
  • MERRILLVILLE – A second-half surge by the Merrillville Pirates proved too much for the Warsaw Tigers to overcome Saturday night.
  • SPRING ARBOR, Mich. – Grace College’s men’s basketball team picked up one of its biggest road victories of the season with an 84-78 upset of No. 22 Spring Arbor University on Saturday.
  • SPRING ARBOR, Mich. – A massive performance from Brooke Sugg lifted Grace’s women’s basketball team over Spring Arbor on Saturday, 71-61.
  • MARION – Grace’s track and field team took on the first Crossroads League Indoor Championships on Friday and Saturday.
  • High School Wrestling Semistate Roundup – Feb. 12
    Three Wrestlers Advance To State Meet For Wawasee; Moore Advances To State For Manchester
  • Warriors Defeat NLC Rival Goshen 51-48 In Overtime
    SYRACUSE – Despite a slow first half, the Wawasee Warriors defeated Goshen Saturday night in a boys basketball game. In the Northern Lakes Conference showdown, Wawasee won 51-48 over the RedHawks in overtime.
  • Area Swimmers End Season At State Meet In Indy
    INDIANAPOLIS – IUPUI held the annual girls swimming state championship on Saturday and the preliminaries on Friday at the famous Indiana University Natatorium. Manchester and Warsaw had swimmers in the event, but were unable to race in the finals. 
  • MADISONVILLE, Tenn. – The Grace College baseball team traveled to Hiwassee College to play its first doubleheader of the 2018 season.
  • Warsaw's Liza Lewis Signs With Marian University
    Warsaw Community High School senior Liza Lewis has announced her intention to further her education and tennis career at Marian University.
  • AKRON – Tanner Trippiedi scored a game-high 25 points to lead Tippecanoe Valley to a 60-45 Three Rivers Conference boys basketball win over visiting North Miami Friday night.
  • Warsaw Reschedules Game, Dinner

    The Warsaw boys basketball game against Plymouth that was scheduled for Friday night has been rescheduled for Tuesday. The game, in which the winner is guaranteed at least a share of the Northern Lakes Conference championship, will follow a 6:15 p.m. JV tipoff.
  • Atwood Leads Wawasee Gymnasts On Senior Night
    SYRACUSE – The Wawasee Lady Warriors gymnastics team defeated Elkhart Central 106.650-105.475 Thursday night. The Lady Warriors had five “no falls” on the beam, helping lead to the win.
  • Area Postponements
    The following boys basketball games for tonight have been postponed:
  • Area Results
    Freshman Boys Basketball; Middle School Girls Basketball
  • Lady Lancers Fade In Second Half Of Loss
    WINONA LAKE – After a highly-competitive first half, Grace College’s women’s basketball team faded on Wednesday in a 76-51 loss to No. 5 Marian University.
  • Logansport Edges Lady Tigers In Gymnastics Meet
    The Warsaw Lady Tigers gymnastics team finished second in a four-team event Wednesday night. Warsaw tallied 100 points, losing to Logansport, which earned a score of 102.
  • Area Results
    Boys "C" Team Basketball; Middle School Basketball
  • Lancers Rally, But Come Up Short Again
    WINONA LAKE – The Grace College Lancers, said veteran coach Jim Kessler, have learned how to improve. What they haven't done, however, is learn how to win.
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  • Area Results
    Middle School Girls Basketball
  • Tippecanoe Valley Swimmers Finish Home Slate
    AKRON – The Tippecanoe Valley boys swimming team competed in its final home meet on Monday evening, defeating Knox 114-55.
  • Washington Wins Girls City Hoops Tournament
    The Washington Hornets beat the previously unbeaten Sacred Heart Vikings 29-25 Monday night to win the girls championship of the Warsaw Elementary School City Tournament.
  • Sacred Heart Boys Win City Tournament
    The Sacred Heart Vikings completed a 12-0 season with a 29-23 win over the Washington Hornets in Monday night’s championship game of the Warsaw Elementary School City Tournament.
  • River West Tabbed IBCA/Subway Player Of The Week; Valley Hoops Postponed
  • Middle School Girls Basketball; Wrestling
  • No. 3 Fairfield Tops Lady Warriors In Title Tilt
    BENTON – Wawasee saw its girls basketball season end and the careers of three seniors come to a close.
  • Lady Cougars Fall In Sectional Final
    GOSHEN – The Lakeland Christian Academy Lady Cougars ended their most successful basketball season in program history on Saturday night.

    LCA lost 41-38 to Lakewood Park Christian in the Class 1A Sectional 52 championship at Bethany Christian High School.
  • No. 13 Bethel Edges Grace
    WINONA LAKE – In yet another classic between men's basketball rivals Grace College and Bethel College, the Lancers came up short on Saturday, falling 77-75 to the 13th-ranked Pilots.
  • Lady Lancers Rout League Rival Bethel
    WINONA LAKE – Grace College’s women’s basketball team continued its late-season surge with a 76-50 victory over Crossroads League rival Bethel on Saturday.
  • Warsaw Boys Bowling Team 4th In State Finals
    ANDERSON – Indiana High School Bowling has crowned new state champions. The finals were held Saturday at Championship Lanes in Anderson.

    Nearly 200 teams  in each division started the tournament with sectional competition, and 12 boys and 12 girls teams still had a chance at the state championship Saturday.
  • High School Basketball Roundup – Feb. 5
    Tippecanoe Valley Picks Up First Three Rivers Win; Manchester Rallies To Win Over TRC Foe Wabash; Triton Defeats Caston; Freshman Boys Basketball
  • High School Swimming Roundup – Feb. 5
    Warsaw Lady Tigers Win Ninth Swimming Sectional; Wawasee Ends Girls Swimming Season
  • High School Wrestling Roundup – Feb. 5
    Wrestlers Compete At Penn Regional; Delton, France Move On For Manchester 
  • Wawasee Places Second At Lakeland Invitational
    LAGRANGE – The Wawasee Lady Warriors gymnastics team placed second at the Lakeland Invitational on Saturday. The Lady Warriors had a team score of 106.000, losing to Carroll, which had a score of 110.95.
  • Middle School Girls Basketball; Wrestling
  • Kuhn Pushes Lady Warriors Into Sectional Final
    GOSHEN – Wawasee High School senior Aubrey Kuhn didn’t let anything stand in the way of helping her teammates advance to the Class 3A sectional finals at Fairfield High School.
  • LCA To Play In Sectional Championship Game
    GOSHEN – A runaway victory in the semifinals has Lakeland Christian Academy one more win from raising its first sectional trophy in girls basketball.

    The Lady Cougars (16-8) built leads of 25-3 and 37-10 at the first two quarter breaks Friday on the way to a 63-19 win against Hamilton (0-23).

    The championship game against Lakewood Park Christian (16-5) – a 39-33 winner against Fremont in Friday’s second semifinal – is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. today at Bethany Christian High School.
  • DUNLAP – Coach Lenny Krebs is excited for what the future holds for the Warsaw Lady Tigers after his first season has concluded.

    Despite losing 38-35 to Elkhart Memorial Friday night in the Class 4A Sectional 4 semifinals at Concord High School’s McCuen Gymnasium, Krebs has established a culture for the team.
  • High School Basketball Roundup – Feb. 3
    Manchester Loses To No. 1 Oak Hill In Sectional 37; Triton Falls To Oregon-Davis In 1A Action
  • Area Players Named To Academic All-State Team
  • ELKHART – The only thing missing from Thursday night’s high school boys basketball game at historic North Side Gym was a rack with a red, white and blue money ball.
  • MIDDLEBURY – The Wawasee Warriors lost 47-37 at Northridge in a Northern Lakes Conference contest Thursday night.
  • LCA's McDaniel Sets School Record In Loss
    WINONA LAKE – The Lakeland Christian Academy Cougars hosted Lakewood Park Christian in a battle of high school boys basketball teams looking to end their respective losing streaks Thursday evening.
  • Girls Swimming Sectional Preliminary Results
    Wawasee Advances Swimmers To Sectional Finals; Briner Finishes First In Two Events At Sectional Preliminaries
  • High School Basketball Roundup – Feb. 2
    River West Pours In 33; Whitko Routs North Miami; Wabash Beats Tippecanoe Valley In TRC Clash; Five Score Double Figures To Lead Manchester; Triton’s Late Lead Slips In Loss To Argos
  • Area Results
    Middle School Basketball
  • Lady Tigers Win Sectional Opener
    DUNLAP – Though ugly at times on the offensive end, Wednesday's night's Class 4A Sectional 4 matchup with Concord had a beautiful outcome for the Warsaw Lady Tigers.
  • HUNTINGTON – The Grace College women’s basketball team continued its climb up the Crossroads League standings with a 77-62 win at Huntington University.
  • Yeager Signs Letter Of Intent With Taylor
    Warsaw senior boys golfer Sam Yeager signed his letter of intent to play golf at Taylor University.
  • The Warsaw girls gymnastics team competed against Marion, North Miami and Peru Wednesday night. The Lady Tigers scored 96 points, winning the event.
  • Area Results
    Middle School Basketball
  • BENTON – To say that Tippecanoe Valley’s players, coaches and fans went through a roller coaster of emotions Tuesday night would be an understatement.
  • GOSHEN – The Lakeland Christian Academy Lady Cougars will continue their season, as they defeated Bethany Christian 39-34 in an overtime contest Tuesday night.
  • Lady Wildcats Fall In Sectional Opener
    ALBION – The Whitko Lady Wildcats lost 59-52 in overtime to Prairie Heights in the first round of the 2A Central Noble Sectional.
  • HUNTINGTON – The Grace College men’s basketball team came up just shy in a comeback at Huntington University on Tuesday.

    The Lancers, who trailed by 18 with 9:06 left to play, rallied to within three before losing 88-80.
  • As I was driving home from the Tiger Den Saturday night, having just broadcast the Warsaw Tigers’ seventh straight win, I was trying to find new ways to express just what a dramatic turnaround has occurred for the boys team that calls 1 Tiger Lane home.