DUNLAP – The Wawasee Lady Warriors girls basketball team ended the regular season Thursday night with a 45-41 win over Northern Lakes Conference foe Concord.

The Lady Warriors (12-10 3-4 NLC) scored double digits in three of the four quarters. Wawasee came out of the gate and led 12-7 after the first  eight minutes and never looked back. 

Closing the first half with a 27- 21 lead, junior Casey Schroeder tallied 10 of her 16 points in the half. 

Wawasee was outscored in the second half 20-18, but was able to hold on for the victory.

Schroeder ended the regular season finale with 16 points, five assists and two steals. Senior Kabrea Rostochak added nine points in her last game.

The Lady Warriors travel to Fairfield on Feb. 2 to play the winner of Tippecanoe Valley and Lakeland in the sectional semifinals.



WAWASEE 45, CONCORD 41

W 12 15 10 8 45

C 7 14 9 11 41

Wawasee – Casey Schroeder 7 0-1 16, Kabrea Rostochak 3 3-5 9, Hannah-Marie Lamle 2 1-3 5, Caitlin Wortinger 2 0-0 4, , Aubrey Kuhn 0 4-7 4, Hannah Lancaster 2 0-0 4 Danielle Jenkins 1 0-0 3

Concord – Chandym Redmon 5 4-6 14, Alexa Parks 5 2-4 12, Kendal Swithart 2 2-2 6, Kacy Gratzol 2 1-3 5, Jenica Albert 1 0-0 2, Sydney Simon 1 0-0 2

Three-pointers – Wawasee 3 (Schroeder 2, Jenkins 1); Records – Wawasee 12-10 (3-4 NLC), Concord 10-12 (1-6 NLC)

JV – Concord 49, Wawasee 45

Wawasee – Morgan Adkins 8, Madison Mottern 6, Danielle Jenkins 6, Jadison Rostochak 5, Rhian Galloway 5.



LCA Clips Blackhawk Christian in GBB Action

FORT WAYNE – The Lakeland Christian Lady Cougars traveled to Fort Wayne to take on Blackhawk Christian (2-20), winning 37-33 Thursday night.

LCA climbed to a 12-7 lead after one period. The team was able to manage the lead and not look back.

The Lady Cougars depended on their defense to hault the hosts. They were relentless on defense, blocking seven shots and tallying six steals. Anna Reimink had five steals and four blocks.

Hope Fancil accounted for 22 points and eight rebounds in the winning effort. Tori Calizo had six points and 11 rebounds. 

LCA (13-8) finishes the regular season Saturday at home, hosting Clinton Christian at 3 p.m.

LAKELAND CHRISTIAN 37 

FW BLACKHAWK CHRISTIAN 33

LCA 12 9 11 4 37

FBC 7 11 8 7 33

LCA – Hope Fancil 22, Tori Calizo 6, Anna Reimink 4, Maddie Paris 3, Abigail Fishel 2

Blackhawk Christian– H. VanderDussen 10, McKown 10, Mercer 5, Perlich 4, A. VanderDussen 2, Sudderth 2.

Records – LCA 13-8 (4-0 HPC), Blackhawk Christian 2-20.



Warsaw, Wawasee Swimmers Compete In NLC Preliminaries

DUNLAP – The Northern Lakes Conference held the preliminary rounds of the boys swimming championship on Thursday. A swimmer must finish in the top eight at the preliminaries in order to qualify for the finals.

The Warsaw Tigers had Evan Borchers qualify in the 200 free event. Grant Knight will move on to the next round in the 200 IM and 100 breaststroke.

Alex Cook took home second in the 50 free for the Tigers. Teammate Zach Lalonde will advance as well in the event, and both advance in the 100 free. Lalonde will participate in the 100 backstroke event.

Both Borchers and Ian Deming tallied top-eight finishes in the 100 butterfly. Nick Bazzoni will have a lane in the 100 breaststroke at the next meet.

The 200 and 400-yard free relay for Warsaw will have a spot in the next round after their performance on Thursday.

For the Wawasee Warriors, Brett Willaman qualified in the 100 and 200 freestyle race. Brady Robinson finished third in the 200 individual medley and Isaiah Metcalf ended seventh, advancing to the next round. Robinson and Spencer Naugler will move on in the 100 backstroke. 

Jared Krugmann and Jake Cowan will move on in the 500 free.

The 200 and 400 free relay will compete in the next round for the Tigers.

The NLC boys will finish the Championships on Saturday at Concord



Valley Defeats Pioneer In Swimming

AKRON – Tippecanoe Valley’s boys and girls swim teams competed at home against Pioneer. The boys won 95-84 and the girls won 91-82 Thursday night.

Chase Brower was a double winner for the Vikings, finishing first in the 100 and 200 freestyle races. Daniel Alexander also won two events for the host school. 

Travis Shull finished first in diving and Dakota Prater won the 200 individual medley. 

The 200 medley and free relays were winners for Valley.

For the girls, Mayde Fear won two events and was part of two winning relay teams.

Olivia Livengood won the 100 butterfly and 500 free events for the Lady Vikings. 

Shelby Baker contributed two second-place performances for Valley.

The girls begin sectionals on Thursday and the boys compete next on Feb. 5, which is at home against Knox.



Boys Results

Tippecanoe Valley 95, Pioneer 84

Results (top 3 plus locals):

200 medley relay – 1. Valley (Dakota Prater, Mason Stephen, Daniel Alexander, Camden Tucker) 2:03.03, 2. Pioneer, 3. Pioneer; 200 freestyle – 1. Chase Brower (TV) 1:57.73, Keaton Schroder (P) 2:15.74, 3. Garrett Schroder (P) 2:18.48, 5. Mitch Smith (TV) 2:44.12, 6. Wes Johnston (TV) 3:08.55; 200 IM – 1. Dakota Prater (TV) 2:31.29, 2. Jayson Mersch (P) 2:34.92, 3. Noah Young (P)3:00.69, 4. Jacob McDonald (TV) 3:09.94; 50 freestyle – 1. Miles Von Trobel (P) 25.69, 2. Cory Gotshall (P) 25.82, 3. Mason Stephen (TV) 26.26, 5. Tucker Shull (TV) 27.30, 6. Zach Hodge (TV) 29.08; Diving – 1. Travis Shull (TV) 230.75, 2. Zach Hodge (TV) 171.80, 3. Johnny Gonsalez (TV) 112.40; 100 butterfly – 1. Daniel Alexander (TV) 1:03.21, 2. Camden Tucker (TV) 1:09.55, 3. Owen Bice (P) 1;15.40; 100 freestyle – 1. Chase Brower (TV) 51.88, 2. Jayson Mersch (P) 53.33, 3. Cory Gotshall (P) 59.54, 5. Tucker Shull (TV) 1:09.38, 6. Grayson Sriver (TV) 1:15.19; 500 freestyle – 1. Dakota Prater (TV) 5:42.39, 2. Keaton Schroder (P) 6:43.42, 3. Garrett Schroder (P) 6:43.64, 4. Mitch Smith (TV) 7:06.06; 200 freestyle relay – 1. Pioneer (Owen Bice, Miles Von Trobel, Cory Gotshall, Jayson Mersch) 1:43.91, 2. Valley 1:45.37, 3. Pioneer 1:49.67, 4. Valley 2:13.60; 100 backstroke – 1. Daniel Alexander (TV) 1:09.17, 2. Nic Rogers 1:16.73, 3. Grayson Sriver (TV) 1:21.75, 6. Wes Johnston (TV) 1:55.01; 100 breaststroke – 1. Mason Stephen (TV) 1:15.16, 2. Owen Bice (P) 1:15.66, 3. Camden Tucker (TV) 1:22.33; 400 freestyle relay – 1. Valley (Chase Brower, Dakota Prater, Daniel Alexander, Mason Stephen) 3:50.29, 2. Pioneer 3:55.55, 3. Pioneer 4:34.38, 4. Valley 4:48.48. 



Girls Results

Tippecanoe Valley 91, Pioneer 82

200 medley relay – 1. Pioneer (Cami Stewart, Gracie Pearson, Hannah Galbreath, Cassidy Ward) 2:31.38, 2. Valley 2:36.38, 3. Pioneer 2:58.06; 200 freestyle – 1. Macie Moon (P) 2:24.31, 2. Jerzey Conley (TV) 2:27.73, 3 Ava Craig (TV) 2:34.40, 4. Chloe Hostetler (TV) 2:44.91; 200 IM – 1. Meagan Chan (P) 2:34.86, 2. Shelby Baker (TV) 2:57.90, 3. Cami Stewart (P) 3:00.05; 50 freestyle – 1. Mayde Fear (TV) 28.49, 2. Allison Foerg (P) 29.03, 3. Haley Baker (TV) 32.48, 5. Tiphanie Hodge (TV) 35.39; Diving – 1. Gracie Pearson (P) 165.10, 2. Tiphanie Hodge (TV) 160.15; 100 butterfly – 1. Olivia Livengood (TV) 1:09.13, 2. Gracie Pearson (P) 1:34.77, 3. Hannah Galbreath (P) 1:38.86; 100 freestyle – 1. Allison Foerg (P) 1:06.59, 2. Ava Craig (TV) 1:08.96, 3. Haley Baker (TV) 1:12.17, 4. Marissa McLean (TV) 1:19.87; 500 freestyle – 1. Olivia Livengood (TV) 6:03.45, 2. Megan Chan (P) 6:03.72, 3. Jerzey Conley (TV) 6:50.09; 200 freestyle relay – 1. Valley (Mayde Fear, Shelby Baker, Olivia Livingood, Jerzey Conley) 2:00.58, 2. Pioneer 2:00.66, 3. Pioneer 2:27.89; 100 backstroke – 1. Mayde Fear (TV) 1:14.43, 2. Chloe Hostetler (TV) 1:22.47, 3. Cami Steward (P) 1:24.98, 4. Marissa McLean (TV) 1:34.48; 100 breaststroke – 1. Macie Moon (P) 1:30.18, 2. Shelby Baker (TV) 1:32.41, 3. Cassidy Ward (P) 1:32.44, 4. Tahya Lybarger (TV) 1;37.20; 400 freestyle relay – 1. Valley (Ava Craig, Olivia Livingood, Jerzey Conley, Mayde Fear) 4:23.34, 2. Pioneer 4:28.50, 3. Valley 5:08.28.



Wawasee Gymnasts Capture Win At Lakeland 

LAGRANGE­ – The Wawasee Lady Warriors gymnastics team competed at Lakeland Thursday night, winning 104.9- 92.275. 

Reagan Atwood was the all-around winner, landing first in the beam and floor exercise events. Jada Parzygnot had first-place finishes in the vault and bars, coming second in the all-around.

Atwood finished second in the vault and third in the bars. Alyssa Minnix earned second in the bars for Wawasee.

Wawasee will compete Monday at home against East Noble.



Wawasee 104.900

Lakeland 92.275

Vault – 1. Jada Parzygnot (W) 8.900, 2. Reagan Atwood (W) 8.800, 3. Whittney Ray (L) 8.800, 4. Alyssa Minnix (W) 8.600, 5. Katelyn Baker (W) 8.600; Bars – Jady Parzygnot (W) 8.700, 2. Alyssa Minnix (W) 8.650, 3. Reagan Atwood (W) 8.000, 5. Meghan Beer (W) 7.550; Beam – 1. Reagan Atwood (W) 9.300, 2. Jada Parzygnot (W) 8.850, 3. Aundreya Wegener (W) 8.700, 4. Meghan Beer (W)7.850, 6. Alyssa Minnix (W) 6.800; Floor exercise – 1. Reagan Atwood (W) 9.150, 2. Whittney Ray (L) 8.975, 3. Kailia Malaivanh (L) 8.700, 4. Jada Parzygnot (W) 8.650, 5. Alyssa Minnix (W) 8.500, All-around – 1. Reagan Atwood (W) 2. Jada Parzygnot (W), 3. Whittney Ray (L), 4. Alyssa Minnix (W) 



Boys Freshman Basketball

Warsaw 50, NorthWood 30

Warsaw – Bishop Walters 19, Luke Adamiec 9, Brock Poe 7, Mason Martz Caleb Sands 2, Landon Stranger 2, Drew McCleary 2, Tyreese Phillips 2.