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  • Manchester’s Briner, Valley’s Brower Win Twice At TRC Meet
    Manchester’s Halle Briner and Tippecanoe Valley’s Chase Brower were double winners in the Three Rivers Conference Swimming Championships at Maconaquah Saturday.

    Briner won the 500 freestyle and 100 breaststroke for the Lady Squires. Cora Barnett took second in the 100 butterfly for Manchester, which finished third in the girls standings.

    Tippecanoe Valley’s girls team was led by Olivia Livengood’s third-place finish in the butterfly and Tiphanie Hodge was fifth in diving. The Lady Vikings finished fourth in the team standings.
  • High School Wrestling Roundup – Jan. 20
    Trojan Wrestlers Secure 3rd Straight Conference Title; Warriors 3rd, Tigers 8th at NLC Meet; Squires Third At TRC Tournament
  • NORTH MANCHESTER – Other than a first-quarter defensive lapse that allowed Peru to take a one-point lead, Manchester coach Jacob Everett was pleased with the Lady Squires’ effort in a 61-46 Three Rivers Conference basketball win Saturday afternoon.
  • High School Hoops Roundup – Jan. 19
    West’s Double-Double Sends Whitko Past Northfield; Big 3rd Quarter Boosts Manchester Over Zebras; Lady Squires Fall In Key Conference Matchup; Trojans Beat Cavaliers; Knights Whip Vikings; Freshman Girls Basketball
  • Manchester Swim Teams Sweep Oregon-Davis
    NORTH MANCHESTER – Halle Briner, Cora Barnett and Parker York were double winners for the Manchester High School swim teams in their sweep of visiting Oregon-Davis Wednesday evening.
  • Area Results
    Middle School Basketball
  • High School Roundup –Jan. 16
    Fast Start Leads Lady Vikings To Lopsided TRC Victory; Manchester Cruises To Easy Win Over Blackhawk; Lady Cougars Win; Triton Boys, Girls Fall In Bi-County Tournament; LCA Wins 4th Straight; Wildcats Fall To Flying Jets; Wawasee Gymnasts Roll; Tiger Swimmers Split With Culver Academies; Squire Wrestlers Fall
  • Area Results
    Middle school basketball
  • High School Roundup – Jan. 13
    Lady Tigers Fall To Goshen In Conference Matchup; Lady Squires Win Thriller; Lady Warriors Win At Elkhart Memorial; Lady Wildcats Win In OT; Valley Falls To Lady Zebras; Cougars Get Conference Win; Warriors Down Vikings; Freshman Boys Basketball
  • Area Postponements
    Several Times-Union area basketball games scheduled for tonight have been postponed due to the weather.
  • High School Roundup – Jan. 11
    Trojans Down Bethany Christian In Non-Conference Hoops; LCA Girls Drop Road Game; Wawasee Gymnasts Fall To Visiting Carroll; Warriors Beat Memorial For Conference Win; RedHawks Wrestlers Beat Warsaw In NLC Match; Bluffton Swimmers Down Manchester Teams; Local Swimmers Advance In Conference Meet; Warsaw Freshman Basketball
  • Area Results
    Middle School Girls, Boys Basketball
  • Lady ‘Cats Fall At No. 17 Norwell; Area Postponements
  • High School Roundup – Jan. 9
    Cougars Down North Miami For 1st Win Over 2A Team; Lady Cougars Cruise To Win; Squires Drop Tight Contest To Maconaquah; Lady Warriors Fall On Road; Wawasee Gymnasts Edge Lady Hornets; Rochester Swimmers Sweep Valley In TRC Meet
  • Area Results
    Middle school boys and girls basketball
  • High School Basketball Roundup – Jan. 6
    Lady Squires Come Back, But Fall Short At North Miami; Lady Dragons Trip LCA; Lady Warriors Fall At NorthWood In NLC Game; Hornets Edge Warriors; Lady ‘Cats Fall To Rochester; Pilgrims Drop Vikings; Freshman Boys Basketball – Manchester Tournament
  • High School Wrestling Roundup – Jan. 6
    Valley Wrestlers 4-1 At Wabash Tournament; Three Warsaw Wrestlers Win At W. Noble Tourney; Squires 6th At East Noble Invitational
  • Squires Too Much For Rival Warriors
    NORTH MANCHESTER – The Manchester Squires opened the new year in impressive fashion Friday night.
  • Squires Fall In Double OT
    Lady Squires Fall In County Tournament
  • Area Results
    Manchester Junior Varsity Wrestling
  • High School Roundup – Dec. 22
    Unbeaten Lancers Down Tippecanoe Valley, 60-43; Lady ‘Cats Fall At Home; Squires 4th, Triton 10th, Valley 13th In Tourney
  • Manchester’s Stacy Signs With Huntington University
    Manchester senior Kiera Stacy signed a letter of intent Thursday morning to continue her academic and softball careers at Huntingtion University.
  • High School Roundup – Dec. 20
    Manchester Girls, Boys Get Hoops Wins Over Caston; Eastern Edges Squire Wrestlers; Vikings Win Non-Conference Game; Tiger Swimmers Sweep Eagles
  • High School Roundup – Dec. 18
    Knights Roll Past Whitko In Non-Conference Hoops; Freshman and "c" team basketball, wrestling
  • Area Results
    Middle and elementary school basketball results
  • High School Hoops Roundup – Dec. 16
    No. 4 Lady Vikings Roll To Victory Over Lady Wildcats; Lady Trojans Win Conference Road Game; Lady Cougars 2nd At Bethany Tourney; Squires Get First Win; LCA Drops Two At Bethany
  • High School Roundup – Dec. 16
    Warrior Wrestlers Finish 4-1 At Its December Duals; Wawasee Gymnasts Open Season; Valley Breaks Even At LaVille Tourney; junior varsity wrestling
  • High School Roundup – Dec. 15
    Lady Squires Win Conference Game At Southwood; Squire Boys Fall To Knights; Triton Falls Behind Early In Conference Loss; Manchester wrestling results from Thursday
  • High School Swimming Roundup – Dec. 13
    Briner Sets School Records; Vikings Sweep Squires; Tigers Swimmers Sweep Plymouth In NLC Meet
  • Warrior Swimmers Sweep Panthers In NLC Meet; Squire Wrestlers Split; Lady Chargers Beat Whitko; Area Postponements
  • Area Results
    Middle school boys basketball scores
  • Area Results
    Middle School Boys Basketball Scores
  • Warsaw Swimmers Sweep Goshen In NLC Meet; Wawasee Boys Win Own Invitational; Valley 6th; Warsaw 1-3 At Northridge Wrestling Tourney; Squires Win Caston Duals; Squires Drop Non-Conference Road Game; Four Hoops Games Postponed
  • Hatfield’s Six Treys Leads Manchester Over Whitko
    It’s been nearly a month since the Whitko Lady Wildcats won their first and only girls basketball contest of the season. Fellow Three Rivers Conference member and rival Manchester is sitting in a better position than their counterparts, but have lost four out of its last five contests. Both were in need of a win in order to change direction in their seasons.

    Led by senior guard Kerigan Hatfield’s game-high 18 points, the Lady Squires were able to leave Whitko with a 48-31 victory Friday night in South Whitley.
  • High School Wrestling Roundup – Dec. 7
    Squires Earn Conference Wrestling Win Over Valley; Warriors Down Goshen; Tigers Fall To Rockies
  • High School Swimming Roundup – Dec. 7
    Rochester Swimmers Sweep Manchester In TRC Meet; Braves Sweep Vikes
  • Area Results
    Boys basketball
  • High School Roundup – DEc. 5
    Patrick Earns First Career Win; Valley Downs Bobcats; Trojans Get First Win Of The Season On The Road; Lakeland Christian Falls; Lady Squires Fall On Road; Warsaw Splits Conference Swimming Meets; Concord Trips Wawasee Swimmers In NLC Meet; Freshman basketball
  • Area Results
    Middle School Boys Basketball
  • High School Basketball Roundup – Dec. 2
    Lady Vikings Get Conference Win At Wabash In Overtime; LCA Sweeps Hamilton Hoops Teams; Lady Squires Get Three Rivers Conference Win; Chargers Down Warriors; Lady Trojans Drop Close Conference Game To Knox; Lady ‘Cats Fall To N. Miami At Hoosier Gym; Freshman basketball scores
  • Tiger Swimmers Sweep; Manchester Boys 5th At Warsaw Invite
    Warsaw’s boys swim team won its invitational title for the fourth straight season, while the Lady Tigers used depth and a series of top-three finishes to claim its first meet title Saturday at the WCHS pool.

    Manchester’s boys were fifth at the meet, and the Lady Squires took seventh.

    The Tiger boys won seven events and scored 595 points to easily outdistance runner-up Rochester’s 368 points. Nick Zogbi was a double winner, taking the 200 freestyle and 100 backstroke. Grant Knight won the 200 IM and Evan Borchers took first in the 100 butterfly and third in the 500 freestyle. Alex Cook had a pair of second-place finishes, in the 50 and 100 freestyles. The Tigers also won all three relay races.
  • Wawasee Senior Hands Squires Another Loss
    SYRACUSE – Manchester boys basketball coach Mark Underwood may buy Jacob Hand a graduation gift this spring.
  • Middle school boys basketball results
  • High School Roundup – Nov. 29
    Sroufe Scores 18 In Whitko’s Win Over Bellmont; Peru Wrestlers Beat Valley; Manchester "C-Team" Boys Basketball
  • High School Roundup – Nov. 22
    Whitko Wins Boys Hoops Opener Over Columbia City; 2nd Quarter Pivotal In Squires’ Loss; Triton Wrestlers Earn Trio Of Victories
  • High School Roundup – Nov. 22
    Lakeland Christian Opens Season With Win Over Caston; Lady Vikes Roll To Big Win; Lady Cougars Fall; NorthWood Edges Triton; Falcons Whip Warriors; East Noble Edges Lady Warrior Swimmers; Peru Wrestlers Down Squires In TRC Match
  • High School Roundup – Nov. 20
    Lady Viking Swimmers Open Season With A Victory; Squires Briner Breaks Records; Freshman Boys Basketball
  • High School Roundup – Nov. 18

    Lady Squires Fall To Winamac At Grace College’s MOCC; LCA Cruises To Win; Whitko Falls Short In Comeback Bid; Warriors Go 5-0 At Warsaw Tiger Invitational; Valley Goes 1-4 In Tourney

  • Lady Squires Drop Non-Conference Contest
    Manchester carried a 31-21 lead at halftime, but host Mississinewa bounced back in the second half and earned a 64-55 non-conference girls basketball win over the Lady Squires Friday night.

    Kennedy Fierstos led the Lady Squires with 16 points, and Eva Bazzoni chipped  in 11 points. Kerigan Hatfield had eight points and a team-high eight rebounds.
  • Squires Young, But Boast Experience
    NORTH MANCHESTER – The Manchester High School varsity boys basketball roster lists just two seniors for the 2017-18 season.
  • High School GBB Roundup – Nov. 14
    Wawasee Rolls to 10-Point Win Over Lady Lakers; Lady Squires Win Home, Conference Opener; Triton Edges Bremen; Lady ‘Cats Drop TRC Opener
  • All-TRC Football Team Selected
    The All-Three Rivers Conference football team was announced Monday afternoon.
  • Lady Squires Fall
    Kennedy Fierstos had 20 points for Manchester in its 45-36 non-conference girls basketball loss at Bluffton Saturday night.

    Sydney Day had eight points and four rebounds, and Kiera Hatfield pulled down four rebounds for the Lady Squires.

    “We didn’t handle Bluffton’s defensive pressure very well,”?manchester coach Jacob Everett said. “Too many mistakes on the offensive end for us tonight that Bluffton was able to take advantage of.”
  • Manchester Athletics Presents Fall Sports Awards
    Fall sports awards were presented by the athletic department at Manchester High School Thursday evening.

    One student-athlete from each sport was selected to receive the Rotary Mental Attitude award. Winners were: Andrew McAtee, football; Jirni Cripe, girls soccer; Konrad Borgmann, boys soccer; Kyle Shepherd, boys tennis; Alicia Fields, volleyball; Samantha Kissell, girls golf; Breyanna Richey, cheerleading; Anna Markham, girls cross country; and Montgomery Pattison, boys cross country.

    Each sport also named a winner of the Squire Award. They were: Nathan Ozenbaugh, football; Kiera Stacy, girls soccer, Nathan Self, boys soccer; Logan Parrett, boys tennis; Emma West, volleyball; Kelsey Eichenauer, girls golf; Karrigan Yard, cheerleading; Jaelyn Webb, girls cross country; and Ben Reichenbach, boys cross country.
  • Lady Tigers Defend The House In Home Opener
    Lenny Krebs has a high standard when it comes to his team’s defense.
  • Sturtsman Signs With Indiana Tech
    Manchester senior Hayes Sturtsman signed a letter of intent Wednesday to continue his academic and baseball careers at Indiana Tech.
  • High School Girls Hoops Roundup – Nov. 7
    Lady Trojans Pull Away Late For Win Over Argos; Lady Squires Win Again; Lady Cougars Tame Whitko; LCA Opener Postponed
  • Manchester's Taylor State Bound
    Chris Taylor, a junior at Manchester High School, qualified for the Special Olympics state bowling tournament by finishing second in the area tournament Saturday in Logansport. The state tournament is Dec. 2.
  • Lady Squires Win Opener
    Emma West scored 12 points, and hit all eight of her free throws, to lead Manchester to a 49-19 season-opening girls basketball win at Adams Central Saturday night.

    Kiera Hatifield had 11 points and Kerigan Hatfield pulled down eight rebounds in the non-conference game. Erika Kendall had six points and six boards in the matchup.
  • Academic All-TRC Team Released
    The Three Rivers Conference announced its academic all-conference teams this morning.
  • Lady Squires Open Season On The Road
    NORTH MANCHESTER – As fourth-year coach Jacob Everett put it, the Manchester Lady Squires will “open the season as road warriors.”

    Manchester tips off the season Saturday with a trip to Adams Central.
  • Valley Lands Two On All-TRC VB Team
    Tipppecanoe Valley juniors Sophie Bussard and Emily Peterson were named to the All-Three Rivers Conference volleyball team Thursday.
  • WABASH – The Manchester Squires entered Friday night’s opening round of sectional play with a three-game win streak.
  • High School Roundup – Oct. 14
    Manchester Falls In Semifinals; LCA’s Season Ends In VB Sectional; junior varsity football
  • NORTH MANCHESTER – With sectional play just a week away, the Manchester Squires were looking for some momentum.
  • Manchester Volleyball Advances In Sectional Play
    Anna Osbourne had six kills and an ace, and Eva Bazzoni had five kills for Manchester in its 25-16, 25-18, 25-21 volleyball win over Cass in the opening round of the 2A Rochester Sectional Thursday night.
  • FORT WAYNE – Manchester’s girls soccer team played an up-tempo game all season, so when it took on host Fort Wayne Blackhawk in the 1A sectional title match, the Lady Squires faced a team that liked to run, too.
  • All-TRC Soccer Teams Announced
    The Three Rivers Conference announced its boys and girls soccer all-conference teams this morning.

    Among schools in the Times-Union coverage area, Manchester had three players named all-conference: senior Kiera Stacy, and juniors Jirni Cripe and Carsyn Howard. Sophomore Julie Dalsager and sophomore Bailey Mooney were honorable mention.
  • Squires Get Two-Point Victory Over Zebras
    Hayes Sturtsman threw for 241 yards and three touchdowns for Manchester in its 28-26 Three Rivers Conference football victory over visiting Rochester Friday night.

    The Squires trailed 13-0 after the first quarter and 19-14 at intermission. Manchester took the lead in the third quarter and expanded the lead to 28-19 with a touchdown in the final period.
  • High School Roundup – Oct. 5
    Lady Tigers Hand Concord First NLC Volleyball Loss; Triton Down South Central; Valley Sweeps Southwood; Manchester Falls In 3 Sets; Wawasee Closes With Loss; LCA Falls At Caston; Lady Squires Soccer Advances; Wawasee Eliminated
  • Area Results
    Freshman football, middle school volleyball
  • High School Roundup – Oct. 4
    Tippecanoe Valley Volleyball Sweeps Whitko In TRC Play; Manchester, Valley Boys Soccer Teams Eliminated; LCA Has Sectional Game Slip Away
  • Area Results
    Middle school football, volleyball
  • High School Girls Soccer Sectional Roundup – Oct. 3
    Steffensmeier, Lady Tigers Rout F.W. South Side; Manchester Advances, Whitko’s Season Ends
  • High School Volleyball Roundup – Oct. 3