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  • Warsaw Boys Hold Off Huntington North
    Things got interesting down the stretch, but for the most part of Saturday’s varsity boys basketball game against Huntington North the Warsaw Tigers were in complete control.
  • Mid-America Christian Tops Grace In NCCAA Title Match
    A memorable season ended in defeat for Grace College’s men’s soccer team at the 2019 NCCAA national championship game.

    The Lancers lost 5-0 to Mid-America Christian on Saturday night at Austin-Tindall Sports Complex. Grace was making its third trip to the NCCAA title game and first since 1976.
  • Grace’s women’s basketball team continued its hot start, defeating No. 21 Huntington 88-73 on Saturday.

    The Lady Lancers’ top scoring threats put on a sizzling performance. Vironnica Drake and Kamryn Hostetler each topped 20 points with Kyannah Stull right behind at 19.
  • Lancer Men’s Basketball Prevails In Crossroads Thriller
    Grace’s men’s basketball team won a thrilling contest over Huntington 73-71 on Saturday afternoon. Jaret Sons hit a pair of free throws with less than a second left to secure the dramatic victory.
  • High School Sports Recaps For Dec. 7
    Warrior Boys Basketball Earns Victory At West Noble; Cougars Down Marines; Wildcats Fall At Bellmont; LCA Girls Hoops Roll; Lady Vikings Cruise; Lady Squires Fall; Valley 3rd At  Maconaquah Invite; Squires Go 3-2 In Wabash County Meet, Warsaw Swimming invitational results
  • Lancer Tracksters Open Indoors At Purdue-Fort Wayne
    Grace College’s 2019-20 track and field season officially got underway on Saturday with the Mastodon Invitational at Purdue-Fort Wayne.

    The Lancers posted several impressive finishes, including one NAIA national qualifier, three new school records and several personal bests.

    Freshman Lyne Camara had a stellar day, setting school records in the 60-meter dash (7.84 seconds) and the 200 (26.02). Both results just missed NAIA qualifying standards. Camara also blitzed a 58.5 leg in the 4x400 relay.
  • Tigers Fall To No. 7 Homestead In Home Opener
    Doug Ogle’s fears played out Friday night in a 70-51 loss to Class 4A No. 7 Homestead.

    The 18th-year Warsaw boys basketball head coach feared the Spartans’ physicality, athleticism and length would result in a big advantage on the boards, and that’s exactly what happened.
  • High School Sports Recaps For Dec. 6
    Squires Rally Late For Win At Wawasee’s Hardwood TeePee; LCA Wins In Double OT; Lady Cougars Fall; Vikings Fall On The Road; Panthers Roll Past Trojans, Thursday night results
  • Lancers Pull Upset, To Play For NCCAA Title Today
    Grace’s men’s soccer team finds itself 90 minutes away from hoisting a championship trophy for the first time in program history.

    Ivan Santagiuliana scored the winning goal in the first half, and the Lancers upset top-seed Campbellsville 1-0 on Friday in the NCCAA national semifinals.
  • Hill Repeats As NCCAA Susan Hellings Award Winner
    Lancer Men’s Soccer Advance To NCCAA Semifinals; No. 15 Taylor Shoots Past Grace
  • 28 Manchester Student-Athletes Named to Fall Academic All-HCAC Team
    The Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference has announced the fall honorees for the Tom Bohlsen Academic All-HCAC Team.

    Manchester had 28 student-athletes earn Academic All-HCAC this fall.
  • Wawasee Wrestler Alexander Named Athlete Of The Week
    Wawasee wrestler Jace Alexander was named the Outstanding Wre-stler at the Wawasee Super Duals Saturday, and extended his record this season to 10-0 in the process.

    For his early-season success, the 126-pound junior has been named the Times-Union Athlete of the Week for Nov. 25-30.
  • High School Recaps For Dec. 4
    Lady Trojans Win HNAC?Opener; Vikings Come Back For TRC Win; Manchester swimming, Whitko wrestling results from Tuesday.
  • Manchester Basketball Tops Rose-Hulman
    Manchester University battled past visiting Rose-Hulman on Wednesday night, earning a hard-fought 83-77 victory over the Fightin’ Engineers in both teams’ Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference opener.  The win on Wednesday night was the Spartans’ first victory over the Fightin’ Engineers since January 2017.
  • NorthWood Dominates Boards, Downs Lady Tigers
    On a night where the opposition grabbed more offensive rebounds than they grabbed total rebounds, the Warsaw Lady Tigers basketball team fell to NorthWood 38-43. The loss was their fifth straight, pushing them a game under .500 on the season.
  • Grace Falls To No. 3 Racers At NAIA Nationals
    A hallmark season for Grace’s women’s soccer team came to an end on Tuesday.

    The Lady Lancers lost 3-0 to No. 3 Northwestern Ohio in the round of 16 at the NAIA National Championships.
  • Strong Second Half Leads To Lancers’ Win
    The Grace College men’s basketball team picked up their second straight Crossroads League victory with an 81-79 defeat at Taylor on Tuesday.

    The Lancers (6-3, 2-0 CL) used a second-half surge, outscoring the Trojans 49-32 after the intermission to remain perfect in early conference play.

    Grace won its first two league games for the first time since 2007-08, when current head coach Scott Moore was a senior point guard for the Lancers.

    Haden Deaton was a force on Tuesday night with 19 points, 4 rebounds and 3 assists. Jaret Sons added 19 points of his own to go along with six rebounds.
  • Week-4 IBCA Player of the Week Awards Announced
    On an emotional night, Gus Etchison poured in 41 points in his only game of the week, and the Hamilton Heights High School junior leads the honorees in this week’s Indiana Basketball Coaches Association/Subway Player of the Week program.
  • Sports Betting Has Arrived In The Hoosier State
    Indiana lawmakers cleared the path for Hoosiers to start laying down their hard-earned dollars on sporting events last spring.

    So far, it seems to be a well-received idea here.

    Governor Holcomb signed a bill in May to make it legal to place a bet on professional and college sporting events starting this fall, and the early results are mind-blowing. 

  • Former Squire Zolman HCAC Player Of The Week
    Earlham College fifth-year senior Chainey Zolman was named the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Men's Basketball Player of the Week, for his efforts in leading the Quakers past Wilmington College last week.
  • Coon, Marsh Lead Tigers To Win In Last Visit To Weeks Gymnasium
    The Warsaw Tigers were victorious Saturday night in their final trip to Columbia City’s Donald S. Weeks Gymnasium.

    Seniors Jaylen Coon and Blake Marsh made sure of it, combining for 35 points in the Tigers’ 55-48 win over the Eagles.
  • Warsaw Girls Fall To Class 4A No. 5 Fishers
    In a mid-afternoon varsity girls basketball game between Warsaw and Class 4A No. 5 Fishers, the Lady Tigers turned in a rather dominating performance over the final three quarters Saturday.
  • Manchester Women's Basketball Rolls Past Beloit
    The hot-shooting Manchester University women’s basketball team topped visiting Beloit College 81-54 on Saturday afternoon in Stauffer-Wolfe Arena.
  • High School Sports Recaps For Nov. 30
    Tippecanoe Valley Splits In Thanksgiving Classic
  • After Court Dedication, Warsaw Rolls Past Vikes In Season Opener
    For two quarters of Wednesday night’s high school boys basketball season opener, the Warsaw Tigers and Tippecanoe Valley Vikings were even on the scoreboard.

    The other two quarters … not so much, as the Tigers dominated the middle quarters en route to a 61-37 win on a night Valley officially dedicated its court in honor of longtime broadcaster and popular community figure Rita Price Simpson.
  • Balanced Scoring Leads Lancer Men’s Hoops To Victory
    Grace College’s men’s basketball team kicked off the Crossroads League season in style with a 92-78 win over Goshen on Tuesday.

    The Lancers (5-3, 1-0 CL) had five players score in double figures and shot 56 percent from the floor in an efficient performance.

    Matt Jennings was sensational with 24 points, 8 rebounds, 5 assists and 3 steals to pace Grace’s attack.
  • Linky’s Journey Takes Him From Deaf Slave To Tiger Wrestler
    Real adversity meets opportunity.

    That’s the story of Jacob Linky.

    The wrestling room at Warsaw Community High School is filled with pulsing music and coaches barking instructions as more than three dozen Tigers get after it.
  • Injuries Build Depth
    I am sure I am not the first person to say it, but I am the first person who I remember using the phrase “injuries build depth.”

    Injuries are a part of sports, and a part that are unfortunate for the team and that injured player. It means a pause in the season for that player, it means the end of a season for some and the end of a career for others.
  • Valley’s Walls Tabbed Player Of The Week
    Tippecanoe Valley senior Jillian Walls hit seven three-pointers to finish with 21 points, one fewer than Logansport, in a 69-22 home win Nov. 19.
  • Triton Plans To Be Aggressive On Offense
    Fueled by an experienced group of varsity returnees, Triton boys basketball looks to be a high energy offensive club in 2019-20.

    That’s the way Trojans head coach Jason Groves sees it as he welcomes back six lettermen to a squad that opens the season Wednesday at Oregon-Davis.
  • Squires Heading Into New Season Long On Experience
    Head coach Mark Underwood appreciates what he has with this year’s Manchester Squire boys basketball team, and is looking forward to exciting things in the upcoming season.
  • LCA Boys Hoops Gains Numbers, Loses Scoring
    There’s good news and not-so-good news regarding the Lakeland Christian Academy boys basketball team heading into tonight’s season opener.
  • Inside Game Helps Lady Trojans Top Wawasee
    Triton took the basketball inside the paint on a regular. basis and helped the visiting Trojans beat Wawasee 40-35 Saturday night in non-conference girls high school basketball at the Hardwood Teepee.
  • Ogle Hopes Grid Success Carries Over To Hardwood
    Nearly half of Warsaw’s varsity boys basketball team was part of the Tigers’ first sectional championship in football earlier this month.

    Doug Ogle, entering his 18th season as Warsaw’s hoops coach, hopes that gridiron success carries over to the hardwood.
  • Valley Vikings’ Loaded With Youth
    For the Tippecanoe Valley Vikings, the future is now.

    Following a season in which they were 15-10 and won their first sectional title since 2013, the Vikings lost five players to graduation, as well as a number of others who chose not to play this season.
  • Spartan Men’s Basketball Falls to Westminster In Shootout
    The Manchester University men’s basketball team was unable to overcome the hot-shooting Westminster Blue Jays on Saturday afternoon, dropping a 98-94 decision in the second game of the Webster Classic.
  • Tigers, Warriors Both Go 5-0 At Warsaw Invitational; Tiger GBB Drop A Pair In Duneland/NLC Shootout; Lady Squires Defeated, Lady Cougars Fall
  • Three-Point Barrage Contributes To Lady Wildcat Loss
    Going in with a three-game skid, the Whitko Lady Wildcats basketball knew they had a tough task a week after facing a 4A team in Columbia City. The Huntington North Lady Vikings entered the night after suffering their first loss of the season against Fort Wayne Carroll on Tuesday.
  • Plenty Of Challenges Await Warrior Squad Grapplers
    Wawasee has gained a measure of respect in the Indiana high school wrestling community over the past few years.

    For that reason, teams want to put the Warriors on their schedule.
  • Warsaw Lifts Lid On 2019-20 Campaign
    As Warsaw continues to build its culture and hone its high school wrestling skills, the Tigers will debut to the public with the 2019-20 season-opening eight-team Warsaw Invitational.
  • Whitko Goes Into New Season With Guards Galore
    Whitko goes into the 2019-20 boys basketball season with a number of experienced guards from a team that went 13-10 overall and 6-3 in the Three Rivers Conference last winter.
  • Wawasee Keeping It Positive As 2019-20 Slate Dawns
    Wawasee had its ups and down during the 2018-19 boys basketball season.

    The Warriors ended on an “up” — playing in the IHSAA Class 3A Wawasee Sectional championship game against Tippecanoe Valley.

    The 2019-20 edition of Wawasee basketball opens its season Tuesday at Fairfield and plays host to Angola Nov. 30.
  • After Slow Start, Warsaw Rolls To Not-So-Pretty Rout
    There are those who wax poetic to profess great affection for the game of basketball.

    Wednesday night’s game at the Tiger Den is not exactly the thing of beauty those folks think about while expressing that affection.
  • Sanner Tabbed As Athlete Of The Week
    After scoring 11 points and grabbing 11 rebounds in Warsaw’s first two games, Abby Sanner came off the bench to record 21 points and gather 16 rebounds in the Lady Tigers’ win at Tippecanoe Valley Saturday.

    For that effort, Sanner has been named the Times-Union Athlete of the Week for Nov. 11-16.
  • 5 Tigers, 2 Warriors Named All-NLC
    Five Warsaw Tigers and two Wawasee Warriors were named to the Northern Lakes All-Conference football team Wednesday.
  • Coaches, AD’s Keys to Success In High School Sports
    This fall, one school canceled the remainder of its football season after reports of hazing surfaced. There have been several incidents of high school student-athletes using racial slurs against members of the opposing teams.
  • Grace To Host Star-Studded HS Tournament
    Ten elite high school teams will converge at the five-game classic, held at Grace’s Manahan Orthopaedic Capital Center.
  • New Conference, New Oppportunity
    Last school year, you might remember that I shared a very open hope that Lakeland Christian Academy would take a good, long look at their boys basketball schedule and beef it up some.
  • Crossroads League Announces Volleyball Award Winners
    The Crossroads League announced its 2019 Volleyball All-League Team on Tuesday, three days after Indiana Wesleyan claimed the CL Tournament Championship over fellow regular season co-champion Marian.