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  • Lady Tigers Upset No. 3 Tippecanoe Valley
    AKRON – While both teams turned in a  gritty effort, it was Warsaw that took an early lead, then held off a second-half charge to claim a 42-32 non-conference girls basketball win at county rival Tippecanoe Valley Friday night.
  • Valley's New Coach A Familiar Face
    AKRON – As both a player and assistant coach for his father, Chad Patrick has been on the winning side in hundreds of high school basketball games.

    The next victory, however, will go in the books attached to his name.
  • AKRON – Junior Sophie Bussard, Tippecanoe Valley’s leading scorer, sat out Tuesday night’s home game against Logansport with an ankle injury.
  • Valley Thanksgiving Classic Field Set
    Details of the Tippecanoe Valley Thanksgiving Classic girls basketball tournament were released by the school’s athletic department Tuesday.
  • All-TRC Football Team Selected
    The All-Three Rivers Conference football team was announced Monday afternoon.
  • Lady Vikings Cruise To Win Over CGA
    AKRON – In a postgame interview Tuesday night, answering questions about his team’s 81-26 win over the Culver Girls Academy Eagles, Tippecanoe Valley coach Chris Kindig made the statement “I think the girls were ready to play tonight.”
  • Sports Briefs
    Valley To Recognize 40th Anniversary of ‘77 State Runner-Up Football Team; Tiger Wrestling To Host Free Camp
  • Academic All-TRC Team Released
    The Three Rivers Conference announced its academic all-conference teams this morning.
  • Fast Start Helps Valley Win Girls Basketball Opener
    Tippecanoe Valley held a 13-4 lead after the first quarter and went on to a 46-33 win over Bremen in the girls basketball season opener for both teams Thursday night.

    Sophie Bussard led the Lady Vikings with 19 points, including a 7-of-9 effort from the free throw line. Addy Miller made a trio of three-point shots on her way to an 11-point night, and Emily Peterson had nine for Valley. Miller had a team-high eight rebounds.
  • Valley Fall Sports Awards Presented
    Tippecanoe Valley’s athletic department presented its fall athletic awards this week.
  • Expectations The Same At Valley
    AKRON – The team will look different – graduation has a way of making that happen – but Tippecanoe Valley girls basketball coach Chris Kindig says the expectations remain the same.
  • 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.
  • Valley Coach Resigns
    Tippecanoe Valley soccer coach Mark Gordon stepped down from his post Tuesday, according to a statement released by Valley Athletic Director Duane Burkhart.

    Gordon started the Valley program from scratch four years ago. The Vikings played at the club level for two seasons before becoming an IHSAA-sanctioned team the last two years.
  • Area Awards

    Tippecanoe Valley Middle School Fall Athletic Awards

  • PERU – The Tippecanoe Valley Vikings lost starting quarterback Tanner Trippiedi to an injury in the first quarter, struggled to slow Peru’s offense and saw their season end with a 33-14 loss Friday night.
  • North Miami Sets Tone Early In Win Over Valley
    AKRON – It didn’t take the North Miami Warriors long to figure out what was working Friday night.
  • Lady Vikings Fall To Fairfield
    NAPPANEE – Heart and desire took Tippecanoe Valley to a 22-win volleyball season this year. But Fairfield had the same elements, and added some height to their mix.
  • Moriarty To Return As Valley Assistant Coach
    Tippecanoe Valley football coach Steve Moriarty will return to the team today as an assistant coach after being suspended as head coach last week, according to a statement released by the school corporation late Monday afternoon.

    Jeff Shriver will remain in place as interim head coach.
  • 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.
  • WABASH – It would be easy to look at the statistics from Tippecanoe Valley’s 30-29 Three Rivers Conference football loss at Wabash and ask how in the world did that happen?
  • 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
  • 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
  • Valley Releases Statement On Moriarty Suspension
    Wednesday evening the Tippecanoe Valley School Corporation released the following statement regarding the suspension of head football coach Steve Moriarty:

    “Tippecanoe Valley High School’s head football coach is suspended indefinitely due to an incident that happened in the locker room during the Sept. 29 football game against Rochester High School.
  • Area Results
    Middle school cross country, volleyball and football
  •   We’re fully engulfed in football season, so today I was planning on giving you a cornucopia of thoughts and reflections on the season so far.
  • Sectional Draw For IHSAA Volleyball Tourney Released
    Monday's matches: Lady ‘Cats Fall In 4; Lady Vikings Swept; Lady Squires Swept
  • Area Results
    Middle school volleyball
  • Beckham, Warsaw Boys Claim NLC Cross Country Titles
    Squires 2nd, Manchester Ladies 3rd at TRC Meet
  • Area Volleyball Team Compete In Dunes Tournament
    Lakeland Christian Splits In Tourney
  • High School Football Roundup – Sept. 30
    Manchester Downs Wildcats In TRC Matchup; Triton Beats Bluejays; Valley Falls to Zebras
  • High School Volleyball Roundup – Sept. 28
    Lady Tiger Volleyball Drops Heartbreaker At NorthWood; Lady Wildcats Win; Valley VB Gets Non-Conference Victory; Manchester VB Falls; Lady Cougars Fall In 4 Sets; Memorial Downs Wawasee
  • Warsaw and Columbia City advanced to the finals of the Warsaw boys tennis sectional with 5-0 wins Thursday.

    The host Tigers beat Tippecanoe Valley and the Eagles downed Whitko.
  • Area Results
    Middle school cross country, volleyball, football
  • High School Roundup – Sept. 25
    Lady Vikings Get Non-Conference VB Win At Oak Hill; Hat Trick Gives Lady ‘Cats Conference Soccer Win; Eagles Down Wildcats; Wawasee Volleyball Falls At Northridge; Zebras Best Squires
  • Tennis Tourney Pairings Released
    The IHSAA announced pairings for the 51st annual boys tennis state tournament, which begins with sectional play Wednesday.

    In the Warsaw Sectional, the host Tigers will play Wawasee in the first round. with the winner taking on Tippecanoe Valley in the semifinals Thursday. The other semifinal will have Whitko taking on Columbia City. The championship match is scheduled for Friday
  • Soccer Sectional Draw Announced
    The IHSAA announced sectional pairings for boys and girls soccer Sunday evening. Championship games in all sectionals are scheduled for Oct. 7, with regionals played Oct. 14.
  • High School Roundup – Sept. 23
    Warsaw Boys 8th, Lady Tigers 10th At Culver Academies; Valley 4th, Lady Tigers 3-1 In Warsaw Varsity Tourney; Lady Warriors 1-3 In VB Tournament; Lady Cougars Beat Maconaquah
  • Area Results
    Junior varsity football, middle school volleyball, cross country
  • Vikings Hold Off TRC Rival Squires
    AKRON – Tippecanoe Valley’s first half was just a smidge better than Manchester’s second half, and it was enough for the Vikings to take a 20-14 Three Rivers Conference win over the Squires Friday night at Valley’s homecoming.
  • High School Soccer Roundup – Sept. 21
    Lakeland Christian Boys Soccer Wins At Tippecanoe Valley; Lady Cougars Victorious; Tigers Fall To Goshen; Warriors Win Road Match; Lady Warriors Blanked
  • High School Tennis Roundup – Set. 21p
    Warsaw’s Buhrt, Britton Advance To NLC Doubles Title Match; Bules, Heckaman Win Title For Triton; Squires Sweep Valley
  • High School Volleyball Roundup – Sept. 21
    Lady Trojan Volleyball Gets Conference Sweep Over LaVille; Peterson Reaches Milestone For Valley; Whitko VB Sweeps; Lady Cougars Fall In 5; Lady Squires Swept
  • High School Tennis Roundup – Sept. 20
    Tigers Win Three Matches In 1st Round Of NLC Tourney; Trojans Advance In Conference Tourney; Braves Edge Vikings; Whitko Swept By Wabash
  • High School Roundup – Sept. 19
    Tippecanoe Valley Beats Whitko In TRC Boys Tennis; Squires Down Trojans; Lady Tigers Swept; Lady Cougars Sweep; Winamac Bests Triton; Lady ‘Cats VB Falls; LCA Comes Back, Falls; RedHawks Blast Wawasee; Lady Warriors Blanked
  • Area Results
    Middle school football, volleyball, cross country
  •   The irony of the sports world is that we use it as a diversion from our everyday lives and activities, but it’s played by humans so we cannot completely escape from reality in it.
  • Lady Squires 3rd, Squires 7th, Tigers 9th At New Prairie
    Manchester’s girls cross country team finished third in Class A, with the Squire boys taking seventh and the Warsaw boys ninth in Class AAA at Saturday’s New Prairie Invitational.

    Jaelyn Webb was sixth overall for the Lady Squires, with Torina Runkel taking 16th and Katie Barker 24th. Lance Bennett was 17th for the Manchester boys, with Benjamin Reichenbach taking 37th and Ethan Davis finishing 41st.
  • High School Volleyball Roundup – Sept. 16
    Lady Tigers Fourth At Michigan City Volleyball Tournament; Wawasee Beats Whitko In VB Tourney; Manchester Winless In Tournament; Junior Varsity Volleyball
  • Valley Tops Whitko For Win No. 1 In Moriarty Era
    SOUTH WHITLEY – Even in a matchup of winless football teams, the game can turn out one-sided. Tippecanoe Valley made sure that was the case Friday night, scoring touchdowns the first six times it had the ball and rolling to a 43-7 Three Rivers Conference victory at Whitko’s Ryan Huff Memorial Field.
  • Freshman football; Middle school cross country, volleyball, soccer
  • NORTH MANCHESTER – Led by juniors Emily Peterson and Sophie Bussard, the Tippecanoe Valley Lady Vikings beat rival Manchester in three sets Thursday evening.
  • High School Roundup – Sept. 14
    Wawasee Beats Memorial, Earns First Conference Win; Squires Sweep Whitko In Non-Conference Match; Triton Blanks Bluejays In HNAC Competition; Lakeland Christian Claims Victory Over Lakewood Christian; Lady Warriors Win; Tigers Beat Valley; Lady Pilgrims Defeat Warsaw VB In 4 Sets; Whitko VB Falls In 4; Lady Bruins Beat Triton Volleyball; Lady Warriors Fall; Lady ‘Cats Golf Wraps Regular Season
  • High School Roundup – Sept. 13
    Wawasee Boys Soccer Gets Non-Conference Win; Zebras Down Viking Soccer; Lady Trojan Golf Edges Plymouth By 4 Shots; Trojan Tennis Blanked; Tennis Matches Rained Out
  • High School Volleyball Roundup – Sept. 12
    Lady Tigers Get Road Volleyball Sweep Over Columbia City; Lady Squires Win, Valley Sweeps LaVille; Triton Drops Non-Conference Match; Whitko Falls In 4 Sets
  • Area Results
    Middle school volleyball, football
  • High School Volleyball Roundup – Sept. 11
    Lady Squire Volleyball Wins 5-Set Match At Bluffton; Tigers Fall At Penn; Lady Vikings Win In 4 Sets; Lady Zebras Sweep Whitko; Wawasee Falls In 4 Sets
  • Lady Vikings Hoops Fundraiser Scheduled For Sept. 19
    SILVER LAKE – Tippecanoe Valley’s girls basketball team will host a fundraiser at The Igloo, 108. W. Main St. in Silver Lake, from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Sept. 19.

    The business will donate 20 percent of the proceeds to the team.
  • Manchester, Triton Win Conference Golf Championships
    Lady Squires Repeat As Three Rivers Champions; Lady Trojans Win First HNAC Golf CrownLady Squires Repeat As Three Rivers Champions

  • High School Cross Country Roundup – Sept. 9
    Lady Squires 4th At Valley; Lady Tigers 3rd, Warriors 7th At IWU
  • Big Plays Lift Northfield Over Tippy Valley
    AKRON – The Tippecanoe Valley Vikings had a big fourth quarter Friday night, but not big enough to overcome the big plays they gave up to Three Rivers Conference rival Northfield.
  • AKRON – From the pre-match warmups, Triton was behind the proverbial 8-ball in its volleyball match at Tippecanoe Valley Thursday night.
  • High School Tennis Roundup – Sept. 7
    Manchester Rolls To Easy TRC Tennis Win Over Whitko; Tigers Blanked; Vikings Shut Out; Wawasee Rained Out
  • High School Golf Roundup – Sept. 7
    Wawasee Beats Fremont In Non-Conference Golf Match; Lady 'Cats Swept; Valley Splits Three-Way TRC Match
  • High School Volleyball Roundup – Sept. 5
    Lady Tigers Ace Their Way Past Northridge; Lady Cats Win In 5; Valley VB Wins; 4-Setter; Lady Squires Swept
  • Area Results
    Middle school volleyball, football, girls soccer scores
  • Triton Tennis Team Edges Valley Vikings
    BOURBON – While all five matches finished in straight sets Tuesday, Triton needed and got victory at No. 2 singles to finish off a 3-2 win over Tippecanoe Valley in a non-conference boys tennis match.
  • High School Roundup – Sept. 2
    Tigers Take Third In Prestegious Marion Invitational; Lady Squires 3rd, Boys 7th At Manchester Invitational; Wawasee 7th At Culver Academies Invitational; Whitko Girls Golf Wins; Valley Runners-Up At Garrett Tourney; Squire 4th At West Noble Tennis Tourney; Warriors Have Tough

    Time In Tourney; Bruins Beat Trojans; Warsaw Wins Twice To Take Carroll Soccer Invitational; Warriors, Vikings Tie; Lady Warriors Blanked By Goshen; Vikings Drop 2 In Tourney Play
  • Valley Blanked By Warriors
    In terms of offensive statistics, Tippecanoe Valley played North Miami fairly close. But the Vikings turned the ball over four times, including three interceptions, and fell 28-0 to the host Warriors Friday night.

    North Miami had a 54-yard advantage in total offense, and both teams had 13 first downs, nine by running the ball and four by passing. Valley had a 1:18 edge in time of possession.