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  • High School Basketball Roundup – Jan. 20
    Lakeland Christian Wins Inaugural Conference Title; Wawasee Edges Plymouth; Lady Norse Down Whitko
  • 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
  • PLYMOUTH – Murphy and his law were kicking Wawasee High School’s boys basketball team around before it even got on the bus for Friday’s Northern Lakes Conference game at Plymouth.
  • Lady Trojans Roll Over Culver Community Again; Cougars Drop Road Game; Two Trojans Named IFCA Region 2 All-Stars; Freshman 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
  • Lady Warriors Win At Whitko
    SOUTH WHITLEY – Wawasee took full advantage of a poor start by Whitko en route to a 44-33 non-conference girls basketball win Tuesday night.
  • 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
  • Wawasee Wrestlers 1st At Adams Central; Valley 7th At Tourney
    Wawasee placed all 14 of its wrestlers in the top four of each weight class to win the Adams Central wrestling tournament Saturday.

    Champions were Jace Alexander, Chris Schuller, Braxton Alexander, Alex Castro, Damien Rodriguez and Ricky Nelson. Wawasee got second-place finishes from Garrett Stuckman, Geremia Brooks and Xavier Ortiz.
  • 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.
  • SYRACUSE – Sometimes a team performs so poorly it leaves a bad taste in the mouth. Outside of Trevon Coleman, Wawasee is going to need a bunch of mints to get rid of the taste left by its offensive performance in a 44-28 Northern Lakes Conference loss to Elkhart Memorial Friday night.
  • 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
  • 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
  • Locals Compete In All-Star Swim Meet
    Swimmers Julie Mishler of Syracuse Elementary School, and Kiah Farrington of Wawasee Middle School competed with Team Indiana in the MidStates All-Star Championships in Indianapolis over the weekend
  • 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 Swimming Roundup – Jan. 6
    Wawasee Swimmers Sweep Goshen In Regular-Season Finale; Concord Takes Two From Warsaw

  • ROCHESTER – Led by River West’s double-double, the Whitko Wildcats edged Three Rivers Conference host Rochester 59-58 Friday night in boys basketball action.
  • SYRACUSE – Wawasee High School’s wrestling team continued its dominating season Thursday with a 66-9 win over Northern Lakes Conference rival NorthWood.
  • Wawasee Rally Falls Short Against DeKalb
    SYRACUSE – After scoring just 20 points in the first half Tuesday evening, Wawasee High School’s varsity boys basketball team netted 22 in the fourth quarter.
  • High School Roundup – Dec. 30

    Tippecanoe Valley Wins Concord Invitational; Lady Warriors Split At Plymouth Shootout; Wawasee 2nd At Elkhart Central Meet; Two Wildcats Wrestlers Place

  • Wawasee Falls In Final Of Boys Basketball Tournament
    Sophomore Austin Miller hit four three-pointers for 12 points for Wawasee in its 34-30 loss in the finals of the Wawasee Holiday Classic boys basketball tournament at the Hardwood Teepee Friday night.

    Trevon Coleman had nine points, with Jairus Boyer, Jacob Hand and Aaron Evans rounding out the Warrior scoring with three points each. Hand had a team-high six rebounds.
  • Wawasee Wins IHSWCA State Title
    Wawasee’s wrestling team went undefeated in Class 2A and won the Indiana High School Wrestling Coaches Association tournament at Memorial Coliseum Saturday.
  • Wawasee Upsets No. 9 Central Noble
    SYRACUSE – Aubrey Kuhn and Casey Schroeder had 14 and 10 points, respectively, and combined for an 8-of-8 effort from the free throw line in the last three minutes to lead Wawasee to a 44-39 upset of 2A No. 9 Central Noble at the Hardwood Teepee Friday night.
  • Northridge Swimmers Sweep Wawasee
    Northridge scored a pair of Northern Lakes Conference swimming wins over host Wawasee Thursday. The Lady Raiders took a convincing 147-36 victory, while the Warriors offered some competition before falling 104-79 to the visitors.

    Brady Robinson won the 200 individual medley and the 100 backstroke for Wawasee, and Dane Jenkins took the diving competition. Brett Willaman was second in the 100 freestyle and third in the 50 free, Jared Krugman was second in the 200 free and Jake Cowan third in the 500 free.
  • SYRACUSE – Neither team left the Hardwood Teepee satisfied with its shooting effort. Columbia City was just a smidge better, enough so to take a 46-38 non-conference boys basketball win at Wawasee Tuesday night.
  • High School Roundup – Dec. 18
    Knights Roll Past Whitko In Non-Conference Hoops; Freshman and "c" team basketball, wrestling
  • 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.
  • 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
  • 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
  • Warrior Swimmers Sweep Panthers In NLC Meet; Squire Wrestlers Split; Lady Chargers Beat Whitko; Area Postponements
  • Sports Briefs
    YMCA Youth Hoops Registration Open; Lady Warriors Postponed
  • Sroufe Lifts Whitko Over Wawasee In OT
    SOUTH WHITLEY – Wawasee was able to play it’s down-tempo game Saturday night. It turns out Whitko likes playing a little slower as well.
  • 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
  • High School Roundup – Dec. 8
    Lady Vikings Down N. Miami; Claim 10th Win; Goshen Downs Wawasee; Cougars Roll To Victory; Trojans Edge Pioneers In Conference Opener; Triton wrestling results from Thursday
  • 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
  • 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
  • Lady Warriors Drop NLC Opener To Northridge
    SYRACUSE – Wawasee coach Matt Carpenter knew Northridge would be a tough Northern Lakes Conference girls basketball opener for his team.

    He was right.
  • 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
  • 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
  • Wawasee Senior Hands Squires Another Loss
    SYRACUSE – Manchester boys basketball coach Mark Underwood may buy Jacob Hand a graduation gift this spring.
  • Lady Warriors Too Much For SB Adams
    SYRACUSE – South Bend Adams senior Camisa Vines got the Lady Eagles off to a good start, driving the lane and dribbling behind her back for the first bucket of the game.
  • 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
    Freshman, middle school basketball
  • 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.
  • Area Results
    Middle, elementary boys baasketball
  • 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
  • Area Results
    Middle School Boys Basketball
  • Warriors Better Prepared This Season
    SYRACUSE – Getting things going in the right direction is always easier in a coach’s second season. Players are familiar with expectations, which allows a team to spend more time doing and less time learning.
  • Wawasee's Quick Start Finishes Triton
    SYRACUSE – Wawasee’s girls basketball team couldn’t have asked for a better start to Saturday night’s game, while Triton would rather have had anything but its beginning.
  • 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

  • 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