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  • Area Results
    Boys Middle School Basketball
  • Wawasee-Angola Game Postponed Until January
    SYRACUSE – Wawasee’s boys basketball game with Angola, scheduled for Nov. 25, has been postponed to Jan. 6 due to the Hornets’ success in football and the subsequent late start of basketball practice.

  • 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
  • Area Results
    Middle School Boys Basketball
  • All-NLC Football Team Released
    Four Warsaw Tigers and two Wawasee Warriors were named to the All-Northern Lakes Conference football team, the league announced Monday.
  • Area Results
    Freshman girls, middle school boys basketball
  • High School GBB Roundup – Nov. 10
    Lakeland Christian Wins Hoosier Plains GBB Opener; Wawasee Downs Westview; Lady Eagles Pull Away In Second Half, Beat Whitko
  • BENTON – Wawasee’s first girls basketball road trip wasn’t especially far from its campus. But after a 63-26 non-conference loss at Fairfield Tuesday night, it had to have been the longest eight-mile bus ride home in recent memory.
  • Grace Holds Sportsmanship Summit For Northern Lakes Conference
    Grace College and Director of Athletics Chad Briscoe welcomed student-athletes from the high schools of the Northern Lakes Conference for a Sportsmanship Summit on Tuesday. Student-athletes from the NLC schools attended the summit, which was designed to educate student-athletes about sportsmanship and character training in athletics.
  • Wawasee Holds Fall Sports Awards Ceremony
    Wawasee’s athletic department presented its fall sports awards Monday night.

    Chris Pena was the most valuable player on the boys soccer team, and Devon Dewitt was the Warrior Way award winner. Eric Yankosky earned the best defensive player, and Ryan Edington was the best offensive player. On the junior varsity team, Ashton Stookey was the MVP, Jace Mishler was the best offensive player and Kenyon Cottom the best defensive player.
  • Lady Warriors Roll
    Aubrey Kuhn had 14 points and six rebounds, and Hannah-Marie Lamle tossed in 13 points and grabbed eight boards for Wawasee in its 47-24 non-conference girls basketball win over Prairie  Heights Saturday night.

    Hannah Lancaster added eight points for the Lady Warriors.
  • Wawasee Falls In GBB Season Opener
    Kabrea Rostochak had 17 points and Hannah-Marie Lamle added nine for Wawasee in its 47-36 girls basketball season-opening loss to Mishawaka Marian Thursday night at the Hardwood Tepee.
  • Wawasee Looks To Blend Youth, Experience
    SYRACUSE – Wawasee enters its second season under head coach Matt Carpenter, and it’ll be a year of adjustments for the Lady Warrior basketball team in 2017-18.
  • Local Runners Compete At State Cross Country Meet
    Three runners from the Times-Union coverage area competed in the IHSAA state cross country meet at the LaVern Gibson Championship Course Saturday.

    In the girls race Warsaw senior Mia Beckham finished 45th in 19:00.1. The winner of the race was Emma Wilson of Greencastle, who covered the course in 17:45.9, nearly 15 seconds ahead of runner-up Phoebe Cates of Carmel.
  • The Northern Lakes Conference announced its selections for boys and girls soccer all-conference teams Wednesday afternoon.

    Warsaw placed five players on the All-NLC girls team, none of which are seniors. Juniors Anna Grill and Dayle Harvey, and sophomores Abby Steffensmeier, Delaney Taylor and Brenna Buhrt represent the Lady Tigers on the team. Brenna Shipley and Alex Koontz were honorable mention for the Lady Tigers.

    Wawasee junior Olivia Birch was named to the all-conference team, and Sara Pritchard was honorable mention.
  • Wawasee's Griner Qualifies For State XC Meet
    Wawasee junior Luke Griner qualified for the state meet in Terre Haute by finishing 12th in the New Haven cross country semistate race Saturday on the IPFW campus.

    Griner completed the course in 16:20.

    The Warriors finished 12th of 20 in the team standings. Michael Hammer was 65th in 17:31, Braxton Alexander 66th in 17:33, Thomas Conley 98th in 18:02, Jace Alexander 103rd in 18:10, Bennett Hoffert 114th in 18:31 and Spencer Hare was 129th in 19:17
  • ANGOLA – In the opening round of Class 4A Sectional 19, the fifth-ranked Angola Hornets stung the Wawasee Warriors Friday night.

    With just nine first downs on the night, Angola racked up 520 yards of offense and cruised to a 38-7 win over the Warriors.
  • High School Roundup – Oct. 14
    Manchester Falls In Semifinals; LCA’s Season Ends In VB Sectional; junior varsity football
  • Wawasee Brings Home War-Hawk Trophy
    Wawasee became the first school to host the War-Hawk trophy with its 20-0 Northern Lakes Conference football victory at Goshen Friday night.

    The shutout was Wawasee’s first since Aug. 19, 2016, a 13-0 win over South Bend Washington. It was the Warriors’ first blanking of a conference opponent since a 31-0 win over Warsaw on Oct. 1, 2004.

    The War-Hawk trophy replaced the Chief, which was retired when Goshen changed its mascot after the 2015 football season.
  • West Noble Charges Past Wawasee
    NAPPANEE – West Noble had a one-two punch that Wawasee could not overcome in the Lady Chargers’ 25-18, 25-13, 25-20 volleyball victory over the Lady Warriors in the opening round of the 3A NorthWood Sectional Thursday night.
  • Wawasee’s Griner Wins Sectional; Warrior Teams Advance

    LCA's Parker, Turner Run In Sectional


    Warriors Fall In Boys Soccer Sectional Final

  • SYRACUSE – It would have been easy for Wawasee to pack it in already this football season.
  • 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
  • Warriors Blank NorthWood In Sectional Semifinal
    SYRACUSE – After a winless Northern Lakes Conference season, Wawasee’s boys soccer team beat fellow NLC member NorthWood 2-0 in the 2A Wawasee Sectional semifinals at Warrior Field Wednesday evening.
  • High School Volleyball Roundup – Oct. 3
    Lady Trojans Sweep Caston In HNAC Volleyball Match; Wawasee VB Falls; LCA Falls In 4 Sets; Lady Squires Drop 5-Set Match
  • Area Results
    Middle school cross country, volleyball and football
  • SYRACUSE – For the first 65 minutes of the match, Lakeland seemed content to play defense and look for a break. But it was Wawasee that finally broke through, scoring three times in eight minutes for a 3-0 boys soccer sectional win at Warrior Field Monday night.
  • Sectional Draw For IHSAA Volleyball Tourney Released
    Monday's matches: Lady ‘Cats Fall In 4; Lady Vikings Swept; Lady Squires Swept
  • 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
  • Area Results
    Junior varsity football, middle school girls soccer, volleyball and cross country.
  • Larsh, Tigers Keep ‘W’ Trophy With Win Over Wawasee
    Thanks in large part to senior quarterback Tristan Larsh, Warsaw retained the “W” trophy Friday night with a 35-13 win over Wawasee in Northern Lakes Conference football action at Fisher Field.

    Wawasee got off to a solid start, forcing Warsaw to punt on its first possession. The snap was low, and freshman Harrison Mevis’ kick was blocked and returned 22 yards for a touchdown by Warrior sophomore Jesse Landeros.

    Larsh threw a pair of second-quarter touchdown passes, one to Zach Riley and the other to Luke Adamiec just before halftime, to put the Tigers in the lead. He  scored the first of his three second-half rushing touchdowns on Warsaw’s first offensive play of the third quarter. Warsaw  scored twice in the space of 1:17 between the second and third quarters.
  • 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
  • High School Soccer Roundup – Sept. 28
    Warsaw Boys Beat Northridge In Regular Season Finale; Lady Cougars Win; Lady Warriors Fall; Plymouth Edges Wawasee In Finale
  • Warsaw Netters Win Sectional Opener
    Perhaps getting an emotional boost from the return of coach Rick Orban, Warsaw opened its quest for a sixth straight boys tennis sectional title with a 5-0 win over rival Wawasee Wednesday at the Warsaw courts.
  • Warriors Fall To NLC Rival Northridge
    SYRACUSE – Wawasee boys soccer coach Jordan Sharp said it was the same song, just a different verse in the Warriors’ 7-2 Northern Lakes Conference loss to visiting Northridge Tuesday night.
  • High School Roundup – Sept. 26
    Calizo, Reimink Have Hat Tricks In LCA’s Girls Soccer Win; Eagles Defeat Cougars; Lady Cougars VB Falls; Memorial Downs Wawasee; Northfield Volleyball Downs Manchester; Pioneer Beats Triton; Lady Wildcats Swept; Whitko Tennis Falls
  • 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
  • Buhrt, Britton Finish 2nd In NLC Meet
    Warsaw’s Bailey Buhrt and Spencer Britton finished second at No. 1 doubles in the Northern Lake Conference boys tennis tournament finals Saturday in Plymouth.

    The Tiger duo fell 6-3, 6-3 to NorthWood’s Brant Mast and Jared Hoffman in the title match.

    Colton Lind was third at No. 1 singles, winning 6-0, 6-3 over Wes Troyer of NorthWood. Kyler Bartol was sixth at No. 2 singles after dropping a 6-3, 4-6, 6-2 decision to NorthWood’s Ben Vincent. Caleb Williams was sixth at No. 3 singles after falling 6-3, 6-0 to Plymouth’s Andy Rolston.
  • Area Results
    Junior varsity football, middle school volleyball, cross country
  • SYRACUSE – For Warsaw soccer fans, Saturday was a day to enjoy their hot teams. For Wawasee and its fans, it was just hot.
  • Plymouth Pulls Away Late For Win At Wawasee
    After Wawasee drew first blood, 4A No. 13 Plymouth pulled away in the fourth quarter for a 34-6 Northern Lakes Conference football win over the Warriors Friday night.

    Jacob Hand returned a punt 63 yards for a touchdown to stake the Warriors to a 6-0 lead in the second quarter. The game was tied at six at halftime, and the Rockies led just 14-6 entering the fourth period.
  • Warsaw’s used its power game to put together longer and more frequent scoring runs to take a 25-15, 25-15, 25-18 Northern Lakes Conference volleyball victory at the Tiger Den Thursday.
  • 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
  • Area Results
    Freshman football, middle school soccer, volleyball
  • 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
  • Warsaw Runners Beat Wawasee, Plymouth
    PLYMOUTH – Neither team was at full strength, but both the Warsaw boys and girls cross country squads concluded the Northern Lakes Conference dual season with wins over Plymouth and Wawasee Tuesday evening on a 5K course at Pretty Lake Golf Club.
  • Area Results
    Middle school football, volleyball, cross country
  • Lady Warriors Pull Away For Win Over Whitko
    SYRACUSE  – Both Wawasee and Whitko came in to Monday’s volleyball match hungry for a win, which helped set up a dramatic comeback and an anticlimactic end to the contest.
  • High School Roundup – Sept. 19
    Lady Tigers Enjoy Big Second Half In Win Over Snider; Lady Squires Win TRC Match; Manchester VB Kills; Squires Defeat Eagles; Panthers Sweep Warriors; Chargers Blank Wildcats
  • 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
  • High School Soccer Roundup – Sept. 16
    Lakeland Christian Girls Soccer Rolls To Rout Over Peru; Cougars Roll To Win; Tigers Edged By Blazers; Warriors Play To Draw With Knights; Whitko Blanked In Conference Play; Junior Varsity Soccer
  • Area Results
    Middle School Volleyball, Cross Country
  • Panthers Whip Warriors
    From the first play to the last, 4A No. 4 NorthWood was dominant in its 32-0 Northern Lakes Conference football win over visiting Wawasee Friday night.

    On the first play from scrimmage, Brayton Yoder scored from 53 yards out. Yoder finished with 167 yards on 15 carries with three touchdowns.

    But the NorthWood offense had moments of self-destruction, with four turnovers. Three Landon Gessinger passes were picked off. Still, the Panthers racked up 480 yards of total offense.
  • Freshman football; Middle school cross country, volleyball, soccer
  • 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  Cross Country Roundup – Sept. 12
    Warsaw Runners Pick Up Wins Over NorthWood, Concord; Wawasee Wins Twice
  • High School Soccer Roundup – Sept. 12
    Tigers Blank NorthWood; LCA Falls To Cavaliers; Wawasee Falls To Columbia City
  • Warsaw Netters Beat Rival Wawasee
    SYRACUSE – Though it took nearly to 2-1/2 hours to complete, the outcome of Tuesday evening’s Northern Lakes Conference boys tennis match between county rivals Warsaw and Wawasee was decided in little more than an hour.
  • Area Results
    Middle school volleyball, football
  • SYRACUSE – For almost all of the first half, and the first 10 minutes of the second, Elkhart Memorial looked like the dominant boys soccer team in its 3-2 win over Wawasee Monday night.
  • 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
  • Wawasee Golf Splits With Whitko, Concord
    Wawasee earned a split of a three-way girls golf match with Concord and Whitko Monday. Concord’s 185 bested Wawasee’s 204 and the Lady Wildcats’ 251 at Maxwelton Golf Club.

    The match had been originally scheduled for Aug. 3.
  • Lady Tigers 3rd In NLC Tourney; Wawasee 5th
    PLYMOUTH – With a consistent group of scores, the Warsaw Lady Tigers finished third in Saturday's Northern Lakes Conference golf tournament, as well as third in the overall league standings.
  • High School Cross Country Roundup – Sept. 9
    Lady Squires 4th At Valley; Lady Tigers 3rd, Warriors 7th At IWU
  • Area Results
    Junior varsity football, volleyball; freshman volleyball; middle school volleyball
  • Minutemen Trip Warriors
    Wawasee exceeded its point total of its previous two games, but fell 51-29 to 5A No. 3 Concord in Northern Lakes Conference football Friday.

    Warrior quarterback Aaron Evans and receiver Dylan Hepler Fink connected for touchdown passes of 80 and 89 yards in the third quarter to keep Wawasee within striking distance.
  • High School Soccer Roundup – Sept. 7
    Lady Tigers Fall To Concord In NLC Girls Soccer, Lady Squires Play to Draw; Squires Drop close Match; Panthers Outlast Warriors
  • High School Tennis Roundup – Sept. 7
    Manchester Rolls To Easy TRC Tennis Win Over Whitko; Tigers Blanked; Vikings Shut Out; Wawasee Rained Out