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  • Second-Half Surge Lifts Lady Tigers Over Concord
    Balanced scoring and a second-half surge lifted the Warsaw Lady Tigers to a 46-29 win over Northern Lakes Conference rival Concord Saturday night.

    In a senior night matchup, the host Lady Tigers trailed 12-10 after one quarter of play and 17-16 at halftime before outscoring the Lady Minutemen 30-12 in the second half.
  • 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
  • Area Results
    Middle school basketball results
  • Ocock Signs Letter Of Intent With Huntington
    Warsaw boys soccer standout Eric Ocock signed a letter of intent Friday to continue his academic and athletic careers at Huntington University.
  • Warsaw Tigers Extend Win Streak
    DUNLAP – Nolan Groninger, said Warsaw boys basketball coach Doug Ogle, is becoming a bona fide point guard.
  • Lady Trojans Roll Over Culver Community Again; Cougars Drop Road Game; Two Trojans Named IFCA Region 2 All-Stars; Freshman Basketball
  • Area Results
    Middle School Basketball Scores
  • High School Wrestling Roundup – Jan. 17
    Trojan Wrestlers Beat Northfield; Concord Downs Warsaw
  • Tiger Bowlers Advance To Regional
    Warsaw’s boys bowling team advanced to Saturday’s Kokomo Regional by virtue of a second-place finish in the Logansport Sectional Saturday. Team members are Jacob Simpson, Aric Kauffman, Jason Veach, Ryan Seibold, Ryley Judd, Trenton Seibold, Trevor Stichter, Hunter Jackson, Dallas Anders and Tim Robbins. Coaches are Kirk Wyman, Glen Ransbottom and Chris Anders.
  • 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
  • The Warsaw Lady Tigers lost their non-conference clash with Class 4A No. 4 Homestead Tuesday night, but that didn't stop Lenny Krebs from heaping praise on his players.
  • 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
  • Warsaw 3rd, Wawasee 4th At Girls Conference Swim Meet
    Warsaw’s girls swimming team finished third and Wawasee fourth at Saturday’s Northern Lakes Conference Championships Saturday at Northridge.

    The host Lady Raiders won all 12 events and cruised to the team title with 574 points. Concord was second at 452, followed by the Lady Tigers at 309 and Wawasee at 223.
  • Fort Wayne Snider came out like gangbusters, hitting a trio of three-pointers in the first three minutes at the Tiger Den Saturday night. Warsaw kept its poise, went about its business and in the long term came away with a 56-48 non-conference boys basketball win.
  • Warsaw Tigers Continue Turnaround
    Years from now, people will likely remember Goshen High School senior Phillip Wertz’s 75-foot buzzer beater.
  • 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 Tigers Top NLC Foe Memorial
    A second-half surge and a balanced scoring attack led the Warsaw Lady Tigers to a convincing Northern Lakes Conference win over Elkhart Memorial Wednesday evening.
  • Area Results
    Middle school boys and girls basketball
  • High School Swimming Roundup – Jan. 6
    Wawasee Swimmers Sweep Goshen In Regular-Season Finale; Concord Takes Two From Warsaw

  • 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
  • Area Results
    Middle School Boys Basketball
  • Lady Tigers Fall To NLC Foe Northridge
    In the words of first-year Warsaw girls basketball coach Lenny Krebs, you can't spot a team like Northridge a big lead and expect a good result.

    The Lady Tigers found that out the hard way Saturday night.
  • MIDDLEBURY – Doug Ogle wasn’t thrilled Northridge High School junior Jackson Erekson scored 25 points against his Warsaw boys basketball team Friday night.
  • SYRACUSE – Wawasee High School’s wrestling team continued its dominating season Thursday with a 66-9 win over Northern Lakes Conference rival NorthWood.
  • PLYMOUTH – Led by sophomore Kaylee Patton, the Warsaw Lady Tigers outlasted Northern?Lakes Conference rival Plymouth 68-60 in triple overtime Wednesday.
  • Strong Finish Helps Tigers Beat Fishers
    Warsaw used a newly-discovered toughness and a fourth-quarter rally to win 43-38 over Fishers in the nightcap of the Champions of Character boys basketball tournament Saturday night at Grace College.

    Finding itself in a 17-8 second-quarter hole to another team that calls itself the Tigers, Warsaw coach Doug Ogle said he urged his team to match te physicality of Fishers.

    “They’re a physical team. We were just trying to be physical, and I challenged our players to be more physical with them inside,” said Ogle. “We did a pretty good job with that for the most part. We got outrebounded, and that wasn’t good.

    “We’re just really happy with this win. We needed it badly.”
  • Tigers Short Of Placement Rounds At Al Smith Tourney
    The Warsaw wrestlers came up short of advancing to the placement rounds at the Al Smith Invitational at Mishawaka High School Friday.

    Leading the Tigers for the day were Brock Hueber and Jose Grimmett. Hueber (195 pounds) went 3-2, collecting pins against Hobart’s Drake Reicio and Lucas Waite of Prairie Heights in the consolation rounds. In the final round of the day, Hueber lost a 5-3 overtime decision to Dennis Weston of Merrillville.
  • Lady Tigers Fall Just Short In Tourney Final Loss
    Warsaw came within a bounce of winning the Lady Tiger Classic, but that Carom didn’t go the way of the home team in a 40-39 loss to Chesterton in the title game at the Tiger Den.

    The Lady Tigers held a 37-34 lead with 1:32 to go. The Chesterton comeback began when Sarah Dzierba had a prayer answered in the paint, then Maddie Scott converted both ends of a one-and-one to grab the lead for the Lady Trojans.

    After a Warsaw turnover, Kaylee Patton had to foul Courtney Krol, who hit both free throws with 12.4 seconds to play. After a timeout, Maddie Ryman went coast-to-coast uncontested to cut the lead to one with 6.3 seconds left.

    Warsaw then got a much-needed turnover when an inbounds pass bounced off a Chesterton player and out of play. After a timeout, Ryman took the inbounds pass and dribbled between the circles, where she was double-teamed. She found Patton to her left, and she fired a three that bounced off the back iron at the buzzer.
  • TOPEKA – Doug Ogle said he was encouraged by the way his team played in the middle two quarters of Saturday night’s non-conference game at Class 2A No. 2 Westview.
  • Friday night’s girls basketball game between Warsaw and Norwell was definitely a tale of two halves.
  • Area Results
    Middle School Boys Basketball
  • Tigers Tame Whitko Wildcats
    The way Warsaw played Wednesday night was exactly what coach Doug Ogle was looking for – and exactly what the doctor ordered.
  • WINONA LAKE – Four Indiana high school powerhouses will converge at Grace College on Dec. 30 for the first annual boys basketball Champions of Character Classic.
  • Area Results
    Freshman, middle school boys basketball
  • Warsaw Defense Stymies Lady Trojans
    Like the series itself, Tuesday night’s girls basketball game against Triton was heavily lopsided in the Warsaw Lady Tigers’ favor.
  • 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
  • Lady Tiger XC Coach Steps Down
    Warsaw girls cross country coach Matt Campbell informed the Warsaw Community High School athletic department Tuesday that he is resigning as girls cross country coach.

    Campbell, a former Tiger cross country runner, served as coach for three full seasons. He stepped in as interim coach in 2014 while coach Scott Erba took a leave of absence, and he led the Lady Tigers to a share of the Northern Lakes Conference championship, plus sectional and regional titles and a state finals qualification, where they finished 16th.
  • 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
  • SYRACUSE – It wasn’t hard for Wawasee coach Matt Carpenter to find the turning point in the Lady Warriors’ 43-33 loss to visiting Warsaw in their Northern Lakes Conference girls basketball game Saturday night.
  • The Warsaw Tigers rallied and cut Crown Point's lead to three points in the final 20 seconds Saturday, but in the end they couldn't fully recover from a 13-point, first-quarter deficit.
  • Tiger Freshmen Win Own Tournament
    The Warsaw Tiger freshman boys basketball team won its invitational tournament Saturday with a 54-25 semifinal victory over LaPorte and a 44-23 win in the title game over Fort Wayne Wayne.
  • Streaks Snapped As Warriors Top Tigers In NLC Opener
    There’s three accomplishments, said Wawasee High School boys basketball coach Jon Everingham, that fans of the Warriors will remember.

    A Northern Lakes Conference championship.
  • No. 3 Lady Vikings Roll To Easy Non-Conference Win; Warrior Swimmers Sweep Plymouth In NLC Meet; Wawasee Wrestlers Roll To Big Win Over Concord; Lady Warriors Get Road Win Over Bethany Christian; Freshman Basketball
  • Area Results
    Middle School Boys Basketball cSores
  • High School Swimming Roundup – Dec. 13
    Briner Sets School Records; Vikings Sweep Squires; Tigers Swimmers Sweep Plymouth In NLC Meet
  • COLUMBIA CITY – They weren’t especially efficient on offense, but the Warsaw Lady Tigers made up for it defensively.
  • Warrior Swimmers Sweep Panthers In NLC Meet; Squire Wrestlers Split; Lady Chargers Beat Whitko; Area Postponements
  • WCHS Plans 'Ron Henry Night' Friday
    The Warsaw Community High School Athletic Department is proclaiming Friday as “Ron Henry Night.”
  • 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
  • Area Results
    Middle school boys basketball
  • Shooting Woes Continue As Warsaw Loses Third Straight
    As their shooting woes continued Friday night, so did the Warsaw boys basketball team's losing streak.

    In a 63-51 loss at Lake Central, the Tigers made just 4 of 18 three-point attempts and were 22 of 50 from the field overall.

    In its current three-game skid, which includes a pair of losses in the Tiger Den last weekend to Huntington North and Homestead, Warsaw is 12 of 55 from the arc and 45 of 132 overall.

    "We continue to not shoot the ball very well," said Warsaw coach Doug Ogle, whose team is now 2-3 on the season. "We missed a lot of good shots. We're rushing some. We've got to slow down when we get in the basket area.
  • High School Wrestling Roundup – Dec. 7
    Squires Earn Conference Wrestling Win Over Valley; Warriors Down Goshen; Tigers Fall To Rockies
  • High School Basketball Roundup – Dec. 7
    Wildcats Fall To Chargers; Freshman basketball results
  • Area Results
    Middle school boys basketball
  • HUNTERTOWN – The Warsaw Lady Tigers didn’t get the win they were looking for. First-year coach Lenny Krebs, however, got the response he wanted.
  • 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
  • Warsaw Football Coach Phil Jensen Stepping Down
    The final question of the Nov. 5 Tiger Talk radio program was posed by me to Warsaw Community High School football Coach Phil Jensen. It was simple and to the point.
  • Tigers Doomed By Slow Start
    The Warsaw Tigers put together quite a rally Saturday night, but, as coach Doug Ogle said, it was just too late.
  • It may not have been textbook offensive basketball, but Warsaw girls coach Lenny Krebs will take any win, including the ugly ones like Saturday’s 48-34 non-conference victory over Portage at the Tiger Den.
  • High School Wrestling Roundup – Dec. 2
    Wawasee Wrestlers Go 5-0 At LaPorte, Remain Unbeaten In Duals; Squires 3-2 In County Tourney; Vikings 3-2 At Maconaquah Invite; Tigers Win Twice At Valpo Super Duals; Trojans Go 3-2 At Winamac Tourney
  • Edgewood 8th Graders Win Championship
    The eighth grade Edgewood team won the Northridge boys basketball tournament Saturday.
  • Edgewood 7th Graders Win Tourney
    The 7th grade Edgewood basketball team won the Northridge Tournament Saturday.
  • 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.
  • Subcontractors for the new Warsaw-Wayne Fire Territory fire station No. 3, located on CR 200S, will begin concrete work at approximately 6:30 a.m. Monday.
  • Spartans Spoil Warsaw's Home Opener
    At times, said coach Doug Ogle, the Warsaw Tigers were too tentative offensively Friday night.
  • HAMLET – Senior Emma Bohnenkamper was a standout on Warsaw’s girls cross country squad.
  • Middle school boys basketball results
  • High School Roundup – Nov. 30
    Lady Vikings Earn Road Win Over Plymouth; Valley Swimmers Sweep Wabash In TRC Meet; Warsaw Gets NLC Swim Sweep At NorthWood; Wawasee freshman boys basketball
  • High School Roundup – Nov. 28
    Wawasee Swimmers Sweep NLC Foe Memorial; Wawasee Falls To West Noble; Lady Cougars Roll to Win; Tiger Wrestlers Fall To Elkhart Memorial; Valley swim results from Monday
  • Area Results
    Middle School Boys Basketball
  • Area Results
    Freshman, middle school basketball
  • COLUMBIA CITY – A slow start didn’t keep the Warsaw Tigers from the finish they were looking for.
  • There was plenty of excitement to be had in the first Northern Lakes Conference swim meet of the season for Wawasee and Warsaw Saturday morning.
  • Warsaw’s Mia Beckham Signs With Butler
    Warsaw Lady Tiger standout distance runner Mia Beckham signed a letter of intent Wednesday to continue her athletic and academic careers at Butler University.
  • Groninger Leads Warsaw Over Valley In Opener
    AKRON – The Warsaw Tigers needed someone to step up.
  • In his pregame radio comments, Warsaw girls basketball coach Lenny Krebs said he wasn’t putting too much “big picture” emphasis into Tuesday’s home game with Penn.
  • What woke you up this morning?
  • Warsaw Tigers 'Starting Over'
    In veteran coach Doug Ogle’s words, it’s fair to say the Warsaw Tigers are starting over this season.