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  • Whitko Friends Duggins, Snep Get One Last Game As Teammates
    Emalee Duggins and Ellie Snep have been more or less inseperable for a decade now, more than half their lives to this point. They were teammates for Whitko’s girls basketball and softball teams, and saw their softball careers end in a 13-inning loss at Oak Hill in a sectional championship game.
  • On June 22, longtime Kosciusko bowlers Marsha Miller and Donna Dennie will be inducted into the Indiana Bowling Hall of Fame by the Indiana State US Bowling Congress.
  • Tiger Boys Golf Team Finishes 14th In State Finals
    The Warsaw Tigers boys golf team finished 14th at the IHSAA Golf State Tournament after shooting a 343 in the second round Wednesday at Prairie View Golf Club in Carmel. The Tigers two-day total was 671.
  • Warsaw 12th After 1st Day Of Golf State Finals
    After one day of action, the Warsaw boys golf team sits in twelfth place in the IHSAA State Finals at Prairie View Golf Course. The five Tigers scored a 328, finishing the day at 40 over par.
  • Binkerd Tabbed As Warsaw’s New AD
    Warsaw Community Schools announced the recommendation of Matt Binkerd to fill the athletic director vacancy at Warsaw Community High School Tuesday. Binkerd’s recommendation into the role follows the recent announcement by current AD Dave Anson that he would be stepping down from his position to pursue relocation to the Florida area with his family.
  • Three Area Girls Named To Hoops All-Star Rosters
    Two Warsaw Lady Tigers and a Lady Warrior from Wawasee will play in the Indiana Class All-Star Classic this weekend in Anderson.
  • Local Team Wins Indiana Challenge Cup
    The Warsaw Wave U14 Inferno girls soccer team won the Indiana Challenge Cup at Grand Park in Westfield June 2.
  • Tigers 3rd At Regional, Advance To First Golf State Finals Since 2013
    Among the annual goals for the Warsaw boys golf team is to win sectional and show up at the regional with a shot at advancing to state.

    While the Tigers finished third at sectional, it was good enough to advance to Thursday’s regional at Swan Lake Golf Club. So the Tigers took their shot and duplicated their third place finish to advance to the state finals next week.
  • Northern Lakes Conference Announces Several Awards
    Tiger Boys Hoops Assistant Coach Arrested

  • Wildcats Softball Players Honored
    Three Whitko softball players were named to the 1A-2A All-State team by the Indiana Coaches of Girls Sports Association Saturday.
  • Wawasee’s Griner Finishes 4th At IHSAA State Track Meet
    Wawasee senior Luke Griner finished fourth in the 800 at the IHSAA State Track and Field meets held Friday and Saturday at the Robert C. Haugh Track & Field Complex, on the Indiana University campus in Bloomington.
  • Tigers Edge Trojans For Last Spot At Boys Golf Sectional
    The postseason heightens drama, and the Warsaw boys golf sectional Friday at Rozella Ford didn’t lack for either the thrill of victory, or at least survival, or the agony of defeat.

    The host Tigers finished third in the sectional, grabbing the last team spot for Thursday’s Plymouth Regional. They edged Triton by two shots for the last spot.
  • Anderson To Continue Softball And Studies At Goshen
    Warsaw softball standout Katie Anderson (front row, center) has selected to continue her athletic career and academic studies at Goshen College in the fall.
  • Spring Sports Season Is Short
    If you have read my columns before, you know I have a soft spot in my heart for coaches of spring sports. I think they have one of the hardest jobs around for a lot of reasons.
  • Trojans Golf Wraps Regular Season With Win At Noble Hawk
    Triton’s Cole McKinney was the medalist, winning a playoff after shooting a 79, leading Triton to the team title in the Leo Invitational Tuesday at Noble Hawk Golf Club. It was the regular-season finale for Triton.
  • Kruschwitz Brothers Honored
    Manchester Squire boys golf team members and brothers Harley and Owen Kruschwitz are this week’s Times-Union Co-Athletes of the Week for the week ending May 26.
  • Boys IHSAA State Meet Qualifiers
  • Girls IHSAA State Meet Qualifiers
  • Baseball Sectional, Boys Golf Recaps From Saturday
    Angola’s Walkoff Ends Wawasee’s Season; Panthers Down Vikings; Whitko Falls to Squires; GOLF: Triton Invitational; Manchester 2nd At Wabash; Tigers 8th At Lafayette Jeff
  • Squires Fall One Win Short Of 2A Baseball Sectional Title
    The Manchester High School baseball team was full of emotion after falling to Wabash 4-0 in the IHSAA 2A Sectional Championship Monday.
  • Tiger Baseball Season Ends With Loss
    Andy Manes watched his Warsaw Community High School baseball team get better from the first day of his first season to the last.

    And that’s what the coach focused on following a 10-6 loss to Northridge in the semifinals of the 2019 IHSAA Class 4A Elkhart Sectional Saturday at Elkhart Memorial’s Charger Field.
  • Shaky Start, Strong Finish For Valley In Sectional Win
    It’s been said time and again: it’s not how you start, but how you finish that matters. That motto applied to Tippecanoe Valley’s baseball team in its 5-2 win over Fairfield in the 3A Wawasee Sectional Thursday night.
  • Tigers Roll Past Concord In Sectional Opener
    Warsaw advanced to the semifinal stage of the IHSAA Class 4A baseball sectional for the first time since 2015 with a convincing victory Thursday.
  • Kessler Honored By FCA
    Recently retired Grace men’s basketball coach Jim Kessler was honored last week with a ceremony by Fellowship of Christian Athletes.
  • Tiger Softball Held To One Hit In Sectional Loss To Concord
    Warsaw did a lot of things right in its 4A sectional semifinal against Concord Wednesday night. But the Tigers had but one good scoring opportunity in a 3-0 loss to the Minutemen that ended Warsaw’s season.
  • High School Sports Recaps 5.22.2019
    Snep’s No-Hitter Helps Lead Whitko In To 2A Sectional Title Game; Tigers Girls Tennis Falls In Regional Title Match; Triton SB Season Ends; Softball and Baseball Sectional Results, Scores
  • Mishawaka Snaps Lady Tiger Regional Streak At 7
    The weather reflected the mood of Lady Tigers track and field fans and parents Tuesday as Mishawaka secured first place at the Warsaw Regional in a 77-point victory.
  • Warriors Late Lead Drifts Away In Sectional Loss To Lakeland
    When freshman Abigayle Smith drilled a home run in the bottom of the sixth inning right off the right-field scoreboard – a scoreboard that until that point had shown no runs for either side – Wawasee looked momentarily poised to take a stirring 1-0 victory over the host Lakers in Tuesday’s Class 3A Lakeland Sectional softball semifinal.
  • Integrity In Sports Is Found
    Like many of you, I love the Indianapolis 500-mile race.

      I grew up listening to the race when we got out of church, and hearing Paul Page’s voice rise above 33 cars roaring past the start/finish line to say “and they are FLYING at Indianapolis!”

    I still get goosebumps just thinking about that.
  • Wildcats Use Big Innings To Advance In Softball Sectional; Manchester Falls At Culver Academies Regional, Warsaw Wins Late; Squires Wrap Up Regular Season With Win; Triton SB Sectional PPD; Softball and Baseball Sectional Results, Schedules
  • Tigers Give Up Big Lead Before Advancing In Softball Sectional
    For softball fans who like a lot of hits, runs and other offensive action, the first half of Warsaw’s 4A sectional opener was pretty dull.

    But the second half was anything but, with Warsaw eventually winning 11-7 in eight innings over Elkhart Central.
  • Early Lead Not Enough For Vikings To Advance
    It took Tippecanoe Valley just three batters to grab a 2-0 lead, courtesy of a two-run home run by Ally Betten.

    Yet, in an about-face that was as abrupt as it was lasting, it took West Noble sophomore pitcher Kacee Click just 20 batters to net the remaining 20 outs as the Chargers rallied for a 5-2 win over the Vikings in Monday night’s Class 3A Lakeland Sectional softball opener.
  • Mast Named NCCAA All-American
    Grace College’s Emily Mast capped off a memorable junior season by being named NCCAA First Team All-American in women’s tennis.
  • Locals Boys Golf Teams Compete In Bob Turner Classic; Vikings Beat Argos; Tigers Drop Baseball Finale To Blazers; Tigers Drop Baseball Finale To Blazers
  • Girls Rugby Club Wins State Title
    The Warsaw Area Rugby club girls 7th and 8th grade team won the state championship Sunday in Westfield, beating the host club in the semifinals and defending champion North Central for the title.
  • Manchester Wins Fourth Straight Girls Tennis Sectional Title; Trojans Win HNAC Tourney; Tigers 2nd, Warriors 4th In NLC Tournament; Warriors Roll At Lakeland; Viking Baseball Wins Twin Lakes Classic Title; Squire SB?Blanks Tigers; Manchester Sweeps Twinbill From C. Noble; Warsaw BB Splits A Pair In Tiger Tournament; Wildcats Split In Finale; Wildcats 12th In Tourney; Lakeview MS results from state track meet
  • Lady Tiger Tennis Honored
    Some teams call it a “repeat” when they win two championship titles in consecutive years, and three seasons in a row is called a “three-peat.”
  • TIgers Extend Girls Tennis Sectional Title Streak To 19
    There seems to be certain things that can be relied on in life. The sun rises in the east, sets in the west, and at the end of the day Friday, Warsaw won another IHSAA girls tennis sectional title.
  • Warsaw Hangs On For Softball Victory Over Tippecanoe Valley
    In a tune-up softball game where both teams needed a win before sectional play next week, host Warsaw got off to an early lead then held off a late Tippecanoe Valley rally for a 5-4 non-conference win Friday.
  • Tigers 4th, Wawasee 9th In Rain-Delayed Goshen Boys Track Sectional
    After a brief yet ferocious thunderstorm disrupted Thursday’s races, the Goshen Track Sectional concluded Friday with an Elkhart Memorial victory. Warsaw finished in fourth with 57 points, while Wawasee placed ninth in a 33 point effort.
  • Warriors’ Tipping Signs With Marian University
    Wawasee senior Isaiah Tipping signed a letter of intent Friday to continue his academic and athletic careers with Marian University in Indianapolis.
  • Several Equipment Changes Highlight High School Basketball Rules Changes
    Five of the seven rules changes in high school basketball concern player equipment, including new uniform provisions that will be required in the 2024-25 season.
  • Lady Tigers Dominate All-Conference Track Team; ALL-NLC Academic Team Announced Friday; Warriors Beat ‘Busco; Bremen Edges Wawasee; Panthers Defeat Trojans



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  • Columbia City and 18-time defending champion and host Warsaw advanced to the sectional championship tennis match with semifinal wins Thursday.

    Columbia City won a tightly-contested decision over Tippecanoe Valley, while the Tigers won over conference rival Wawasee.
  • Lakeview Track Mental Attitude Awards
    Lakeview Middle School’s athletic department recently presented its Mental Attitude Award winners for track and field.
  • Tigers Take NLC After Wins Over Plymouth, Memorial;Warrior Golf Turns Back Raiders At South Shore; Squire Golf Wins TRC Three-Way Match With Whitko, Tippecanoe Valley; Squires Fall To Oak Hill; Two Girls Tennis Sectionals Postponed; Boys Track Sectional Delayed By Lightning
  • Snep, Wildcats Blank Tippecanoe Valley
    Whitko softball rode its stout defense to a 3-0 victory over visiting Tippecanoe Valley Wednesday in Three Rivers conference play. Wildcats pitcher Ellie Snep posted a complete game shutout in the contest.
  • Wawasee Thrives And Advances
    Wawasee’s and Whitko’s girls tennis teams wrapped up their regular season schedules against each other Monday, then opened the Warsaw Sectional facing off for the second time in 48 hours.

    In both cases, it was Wawasee that came away with a 5-0 win, with all five matches in straight sets.
  • Warriors Score 10 Over Final Three Frames, Beat Concord; Tigers Score Often In Win; Valley Eases Past Wildcats; Squire Rally Falls Short; Zebras Use Three Deuces To Outlast Squires; Triton Game Canceled; Local qualifiers from Plymouth girls track sectional
  • Warsaw AD Anson Stepping Down
    Warsaw Athletic Director Dave Anson will resign from his position by the end of June.
  • After a strong showing in many of the distance races, the Warsaw girls track team won their 13th sectional in a row by scoring 134.5 points at Tuesday’s IHSAA Sectional at Fisher Field on the Warsaw campus.
  • Maybe Russell Ought To Care What Cubs, And Fans, Think
    As good as the Cubs have been since a 3-8 start, some really bad vibes are surrounding this team.

    Last week was the epicenter of it.
  • Squire BB, SB Walkoff Within 3 Seconds Of Each Other; 9-Run 7th Propels Tigers; Late Charger Rally Sends Wawasee To Loss; Viking Golf Falls; Tiger Golf Wins Two, Wawasee One NLC Match;
  • Wright Earns Spot On All-League Team
    Noah Wright was honored for his standout freshman season by the Crossroads League.
  • Tiger Cheerleader Potts To Continue At IWU
    Tiger senior cheerleader Brooklyn Potts has chosen to attend Indiana Wesleyan University in Marion next school year and join the Wildcats' cheerleading program.
  • LCA Track And Field Awards Presented
    Lakeland Christian Academy recently presented its track and field awards for this season.
  • Squires Finish Undefeated TRC Season With Win Over Southwood
    One of Manchester’s girls tennis preseason goals was to win a fourth straight Three Rivers Conference title, and to go unbeaten in the process.
  • Lancers Earn League Honors
    Felger Named NCCAA, CL Athlete of Week
  • Warriors Edge RedHawks In Northern Lakes Conference Play; Two Wawasee Pitchers Combine For Shutout; Warriors Girls Tennis Shuts Out Whitko; N. Miami Wins Walkoff Over Tippecanoe Valley; Valley Drops Regular-Season Tennis Finale; Schedules Rearranged, Sectional Information for Baseball, Girls Tennis and Softball
  • Vikings’ Brouyette Earns Medalist Honors In Conference Tourney; Triton 3rd, Warsaw 4th At Culver Academies Invite; Wawasee Scores Early, Often In Win At West Noble; Warsaw Splits, Triton Drops Pair In Tiger Tourney; Tigers Split At Carroll; Valley SB Drops A Pair
  • Viking Doubles Team Earns Honor
    Tippecanoe Valley seniors Tiphanie Hodge and Makenna Bradley have worked together all season long on the tennis court, winning four matches last week at No. 1 doubles to extend their season record to 14-1. They earned the Times-Union Athlete of the Week honor for the week of May 6-11 together as well.
  • Plymouth Pitching Keeps Warriors Off Stride In Conference Loss
    Plymouth pitcher Jesus Luva kept Wawasee hitters off balance, and when it was his turn to hit he helped his own cause considerably, lifting the visiting Pilgrims to a 11-2 Northern Lakes Conference baseball win over the Warriors Friday.
  • Warsaw Bats Awaken Late In 16-6 Loss At Northridge
    Warsaw hitters made adjustments in the later innings.

    The Tigers rapped all of seven hits from the fourth inning on, including three for extra bases Friday in a Northern Lakes Conference high school softball game at Northridge.
  • Lancers Nab Two More National Titles At NCCAAs
    Grace’s track and field team had one of its most successful days ever at the 2019 NCCAA National Championships on Friday.

    The Lancers had eight All-American finishers on the day, including a pair of national champions.
  • Tippecanoe Valley Rolls To TRC?Girls Tennis Win; Trojans Win 2 HNAC?Titles; Warrior Softball Rolls; Wildcats Fall To Eagles