ROCHESTER – Senior Madi Graham was the medalist, shooting a 41 to lead the Warsaw girls golf team to a pair of wins at Mill Creel/Round Barn Golf Club Thursday. Warsaw’s team score of 186 bested Tippecanoe Valley’s 214 and Wabash’s 223.
Page Desenberg posted a score of 46, Delaney Wihebrink shot a 49, Izzy Ray a 50 and Madelyn Ray a 51 for Warsaw.
“The girls did a great job of managing a new course most of them have not seen. They are beginning to think their way through the round and manage the course on a much more consistent basis,“ Lady Tiger head coach Tad Nieter said.
Makayla Sandbakken had the low score for the Lady Vikings, shooting a 48. Victoria Biddle was a shot behind Sandbakken, with Blake McBrier coming in at 54, Bethany Johnson and Lexi Cumberland checked in with a 63 and 65, respectively.
Warsaw improved to 6-1 on the season, and with a split Valley moved its season record to 2-6.
The Lady Tigers will host the Warsaw invitational at Stonehenge Country club on Saturday. Tippecanoe Valley returns to Mill Creek on Saturday for the Rochester Invitational.
at Mill Creek/Round Barn GC, Rochester
– Madi Graham 41 (medalist), Page Desenberg 46, Delaney Wihebrink 49, Izzy Ray 50, Madelyn Ray 51
Valley – Makayla Sandbakken 48, Victoria Biddle 49, Blake McBrier 54, Bethany Johnson 63, Lexi Cumberland 65
Wabash – Bella Carrillo Halle Miller 54, Lindsey Matter 61, Maya Benysh 61, Cyle Carmichael 84
Records – Warsaw 6-1, Valley 2-6
Warsaw JV – Grayson Kilburn 47, Madison Martz 53, Miriam Hagg 64, Valerie Messmore 72, Cassidy Good 75
Valley JV – Jordan Krotke 65, Brianna McBrier 66, Jade VanMeter 88, Kelsey Shafer 93

Lady Tiger VB Falls In 5
HUNTINGTON – Warsaw opened its volleyball match at Huntington North by winning the first two sets, but couldn’t secure a third set as the Lady Vikings came back to win a tightly-contested match 23-25, 22-25, 25-21, 26-24, 15-9 Thursday night.
Alexie Day had 16 kills and Hannah Leach added 10 more to the Lady Tiger offense. Kacy Bragg was credited with 50 assists and seven kills. Erin Peugh had 24 digs, Rachel Yeager secured five service aces, and Hannah?Leach had a pair of blocks for Warsaw.
The Warsaw junior varsity won its match, 25-24, 25-18. Addie Dickeroff had 15 assists, four aces, three kills and four digs in the match. Cassidi Colbert had nine kills, six digs and a block. Amy Herendeen had 15 assists and an ace, and the JV improved its record to 2-0 on the season.
Next up for the Lady Tigers (2-0) is the Kokomo Invitational on Saturday.

Kingsmen Edge Warsaw
OSCEOLA – Warsaw’s David Homme won in three sets at No. 3 singles, with Justin Stout and Ryan Wettschurach taking three sets to win at No. 1 doubles in the Tigers’ 3-2 loss at Penn Thursday.
The Tigers will take a 1-1 record into its match with visiting Mishawaka Marian at 5 p.m. Monday.
SINGLES: No. 1 –
Mason Lee (P) def Colton Lind (W) 6-4, 7-6 (7-4); No. 2 – AJ Antonlli (P) def. Andrew Gauger (W) 7-6, 6-3; No. 3 – David Homme (W) def. Sid Das (P) 3-6, 6-4, 6-2.
DOUBLES: No. 1 – Justin Stout & Ryan Wettschurach (W) def. Cole Poleya & Jack Spalding (P) 4-6, 6-4, 6-3; No. 2 – Owen Kleppe & Eric Spaargaren (P) def.  Hayden Steger & Spencer Britton (W) 6-3 7-6 (7-2)
JV: Penn 9, Warsaw 1
SINGLES: No. 1 – Nick Lasetti (P) def. Bailey Buhrt (W) 8-4; No. 2 – Peter Rutkowski (P) def Kyler Bartol (W) 8-3; No. 3 – Jack Dinnon (P) def. Reuben Williams (W) 8-2; No. 4 – Michael Riley (P) def. Canton Waddle (W) 6-2; No. 5 – Kyler Bartol (W) def Bryan Mai (P) 6-1
DOUBLES: No. 1 – Maity Spitters & Will Gruber (P) def. Ethan Hoff & Nolan Knight (W) 9-8 (7-1) No. 2 – Scout Williams & Arden O’Day (P) def. Caleb Williams & Brian Elliott (W) 8-6; No. 3 – A. Wang & E. Light (P) def. Nick Marsh & Brandon Chan (W) 6-1; No. 4 – W. Tiebout & D. Brady (P) def. Jake Kauffman & Jarett Orr (W) 6-3; No. 5 – J. Buhring & Nyguring (P) def. Dawson Villama & Noah Hutton (W) 7-5