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  • Warsaw Golf Ends State Tournament In Eighth Place
    While the Warsaw Tigers’ team score improved in the second and final day of the IHSAA boys golf championship from Prairie View golf course, the team’s position dropped by two spots. After shooting a 318 Wednesday, the Tigers finish the tournament with a 637, ten strokes behind podium finishers Indianapolis Cathedral, who overtook four teams on day two to secure the finish.
  • Warsaw Golf Ends Day One Of State In Sixth Place
    The Warsaw Tigers golf team wrapped up its opening round of the state championship at Prairie View golf course Tuesday, and has plenty to be happy about with the results. The Tigers finished the day with a team score of 319 after 18 holes, twenty strokes behind the leaders, Guerin Catholic.
  • Warsaw Boys Golf Advances To State
    It was a terrific day for the Warsaw Tigers golf team at their regional match at Swan Lake golf course in Plymouth Thursday. The Tigers shot a 298 as a team to finish in second place and advance to the state finals next week.
  • Wawasee’s Emma Yoder Tops Area Athletes At State Track & Field Meet
    Friday’s weather for the girls, and Saturday’s weather for the boys set the stage for fast fields among the running events at the IHSAA track and field championships last weekend. Field events, however, were the source of most of the area’s IHSAA state meet hardware.
  • Warsaw, Two Individuals Advance At Golf?Sectional
    Perfect conditions welcomed athletes to the IHSAA Boys Golf Sectional at Rozella Ford golf course Friday, in which six local area schools competed. The sectional was won by Columbia City, but Warsaw’s team as well as two local individuals finished the day as regional qualifiers.
  • Local High School Sports Recaps For Memorial Day Weekend
    Baseball and Softball sectional action
  • Squires’ Lincoln Leads The Way Among Area Athletes In Goshen Regional
    The Manchester Squires, led by Dominic Lincoln’s two individual regional titles in the 110- and 300-meter hurdles, and his anchor leg on the team’s winning 1600-meter relay, had the area’s best team performance in Thursday night’s boys’ track and field regional hosted by Goshen.
  • Warsaw’s Runner-Up Regional Finish Leads Area Girls
    Area teams won regional titles in two events in Tuesday night’s Kokomo IHSAA girls’ track and field regionals, and the Warsaw Tigers finished in the runner-up position in the team standings. The top 3 placers from each event will qualify for the state track meet Friday, June 3, in addition to Standard 3 qualifiers with times suitable for state-level competition.
  • Local High School Sports Recaps For 5/19
    Baseball, Softball, Boys Track
  • Baseball, Softball, Girls Track and Boys Golf
  • Local High School Sports Recaps For 5/16
    Baseball, Softball and Girls Tennis
  • Spartan Athletes Win Weekly, Season Awards
    The Manchester University men's outdoor track & field team swept the weekly Athlete of the Week honors from the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference, as announced on Monday.
  • Local High School Sports Recaps For 5/14 & 5/13
    Baseball, Softball, Boys Golf and Girls Tennis
  • Homestead Captures 2022 Tiger Softball Tourney
    Three of the four Warsaw Lady Tiger Softball Tournament competitors were comprised of area teams: the Manchester Squires, the Triton Trojans, and the host Warsaw Tigers. The guests who traveled farthest, however, the Homestead Spartans, took the championship trophy home with them Saturday afternoon.
  • Baseball, Softball and Girls Tennis
  • Baseball, Softball, Track and Girls Tennis
  • Local High School Sports Recaps For 5/8
    Baseball, Softball and Girls Tennis
  • Local High School Sports Recaps For 5/4
    Baseball, Softball, Boys Track, Boys Golf and Girls Tennis
  • Local High School Sports Recaps For 5/2
    Baseball, Softball and Girls Tennis
  • Local High School Sports Recaps For 4/29 & 4/28
    Baseball, Softball, Boys Golf and Girls Tennis
  • Local High School Sports Recaps For 4/27
    Baseball, Softball, Track, Boys Golf and Girls Tennis
  • Local High School Sports Recaps For 4/26
    Baseball, Softball, Track and Girls Tennis
  • Local High School Sports Recaps For 4/25
    Baseball, Softball, Boys Golf and Girls Tennis
  • Baseball, Softball, Track, Boys Golf, Girls Tennis
  • Local High School Sports Recaps For 4/19
    Baseball, Softball, Track and Girls Tennis
  • Baseball, Softball, Track and Girls Tennis
  • Warriors Leave Bases Loaded In Seventh In 7-4 Loss
    The Wawasee Warriors softball team loaded the bases in the bottom of the seventh inning trailing 7-4 with one out, but a called strikeout and a ground-out to the pitcher punctuated a problem the Warriors had against the Manchester Squires all evening in their 7-4 loss.
  • Baseball, Softball and Track
  • Manchester Runs Into Blackhawk Buzzsaw, Falls 70-39
    Facing a tough opening round matchup in IHSAA 2A Sectional 36, the Manchester Squires boys basketball team held their own for about a quarter against the 2A No. 4 Fort Wayne Blackhawk Braves before eventually falling 70-39.
  • Squires Fall To Braves 61-41 In TRC Action
    The visiting Maconaquah Braves shifted their fast-break attack into high gear in the fourth quarter on 10 for 12 shooting to defeat the Manchester Squires 61-41 in Three Rivers Conference (TRC) basketball action in Manchester’s Jungle Friday night.
  • Eleven Local Girls Basketball Players Named To All-Conference Teams, Krebs Wins COTY
    A plethora of local athletes as well as Warsaw head coach Lenny Krebs were honored with postseason accolades following the conclusion of girls basketball season in the area.
  • Manchester’s Stroud Lone Area State Wrestling Qualifier
    The Manchester Squires’ Dylan Stroud, wrestling at 132 pounds, will take his unblemished 40-0 won-loss record to Indianapolis Friday 6 p.m. and put it against a field of 16 elite wrestlers in his weight class.
  • LaVille at Triton, Goshen at Wawasee, Manchester at Peru
  • Tippy Valley Comes Out On Top Of Heated Battle With Manchester
    For all 32 minutes, the Tippecanoe Valley Vikings and Manchester Squires took turns playing hot potato with the lead. Neither team led by more than eight, the game was tied seven different times and the lead changed hands a staggering 12. But a late push in the final minutes of the game proved to be the difference as the Vikings emerged with a 55-49 victory over their Three Rivers Conference opponent Squires to earn its fifth straight victory.
  • Errors Cost Squires In TRC Loss
    Manchester Squires second-year head coach Eli Henson realizes one of the perils of starting two freshmen and a sophomore is consistency. His Squires outscored their hosts, the Wabash Apaches,  32-20 in the second half, but ball security miscues plagued Manchester in the first half putting them in a hole they couldn’t climb out of in their 58-53 loss in Three Rivers Conference (TRC) boys’ basketball action Friday night.
  • Balanced Offensive Attack Fuels Wire-To-Wire Squires Win
    The Manchester Squires jumped out to an eleven-point lead after a 25 point first quarter, and never looked back, dismantling nonconference opponent Pioneer 81-47 in a game the team never trailed. The Squires are now .500 for the first time this season, winning their second straight game to get to 3-3.
  • Boys Basketball, Girls Basketball, Wrestling, Swimming











  • Wawasee Finishes Strong To Defeat Manchester
    Wawasee took the momentum away from visiting Manchester and earned a 52-45 non-conference boys basketball victory Friday, Dec. 3 at the Hardwood Teepee.
  • Henson, Squires Begin Hoops Campaign With Open Canvas
    The 2021-2022 edition of the Manchester boys’ basketball quad is like an open canvas. Head coach Eli Henson’s squad has a completely different cast of characters who will make their imprint in the second year of Henson’s coaching tenure.
  • Lady Trojans Roll Away From Wawasee In 4th Quarter For Win
    Trailing by one entering the fourth quarter, visiting Triton outscored Wawasee 14-5 to earn a 45-37 non-conference girls basketball win at the Hardwood Tepee Saturday night.
  • Tippecanoe Valley Defeats Logansport; Wawasee Picks Up Win Over Lakeland; Manchester Falls To Adams Central; Whitko Falls To Peru
  • Spartans FB Shuts Out Anderson For Senior Day Win
    Spartans Place 12th at Great Lakes Championships; Richardson and Salazar Earn All-Region Honors as Spartans Place 15th at Great Lakes Championships; Second Half Surge by Adrian Sinks Spartans
  • Warsaw Dominates Manchester With 48-Point Victory
    After jumping out to a 12-0 lead early, it was smooth sailing the rest of the way for the Warsaw Lady Tigers basketball team, as they mauled Manchester for a 61-13 victory Wednesday night. Warsaw remains perfect in the young season with a 2-0 record, while Manchester is still searching for its first win at 0-4.
  • Wawasee Rolls To Opening Night Victory Over Manchester
    On what was opening night for both the Wawasee and Manchester girls basketball teams, it was the Warriors who came out on top, winning 58-39. Wawasee starts the season off with a 1-0 record, while the Lady Squires drop to 0-1. 

  • Lady Squires Hoops Need Younger Players To Step Up
    Just like some of her players, new head coach Allie Kauffman is moving up the Manchester girls basketball ladder this season.

    What remains to be seen is whether the Squires can move up in wins despite major graduation losses from a 12-13 team as well as an injury to their top returning scorer in Makenzy Meyer.
  • The Bremen Lions football team scored all 28 of their points in the first half to end the Manchester Squires’ 2021 season, holding on for a 28-13 win in Class 2A Sectional 34 opening round action at Burk Field.
  • Tippecanoe Valley (9-0) at Garrett (4-5), Bremen (6-3) at Manchester (4-4), DeKalb (1-8) at Wawasee (1-8), Whitko (1-8) at Central Noble (7-2)













  • Warsaw Boys, Girls CC Win Regional Championships
    Wawasee’s Season Ends At Elkhart Regional
  • Peru Snaps Squires’ 3-Game Win Streak
    After rolling to victories in the previous three weeks, the Manchester Squires were stopped in their tracks by Peru Friday night in a 33-14 Tiger victory.
  • Seven Local Soccer Players Make TRC All-Conference Team; Triton Drops Regular Season Finale To Winamac; Whitko Drops Close Game To Wabash
  • Whitko Ousts Manchester, Will Face Bluffton In Semifinals
    Triton Wins In the Trojan Trench; Chargers Sweep Vikings At Lakeland; Cougars Swept by Pioneer Panthers
  • Offensive Opportunities Too Rare for Squires in Regional Loss
    The Manchester Squires’ girls soccer side immediately displayed a speed advantage over the visiting Fort Wayne Blackhawk Christian Braves, but the Squires struggled to convert numerous defensive stops into offensive opportunities. Consequently, their sectional championship season ended on the pitch of Good Fields in a 2-nil loss to the Braves in Wednesday’s IHSAA Class 1A regional semifinal.



  • Warsaw (7-1, 6-0 Northern Lakes Conference) at Concord (7-1, 6-0 NLC), Southwood (4-4 overall, 4-3 TRC) at Tippecanoe Valley (8-0, 6-0), Peru (5-2 overall, 5-1 TRC) at Manchester (4-3, 4-2), Triton (3-5, 2-4 Hoosier North Athletic Conference) at Winamac (6-0, 4-0 HNAC),  Wawasee (1-7, 1-5 Northern Lakes Conference) at Goshen (3-5, 1-5 NLC), Wabash (1-6, 1-4 TRC) at Whitko (1-7, 1-6)























  • Six area football teams have their beginning paths set for the second season, the IHSAA Sectionals beginning Friday October 22 for classes 1A-4A, and a handful of Class 5A squads. Each school’s head coach will tell, in different words, the media and their own gridders the best approach toward success in the second season is to go 1-0 each week.
  • Tiger Girls’ Soccer Season Ends in Shootout
    The second-ranked Spartans and the NLC co-champion Tigers ended regulation tied at one goal apiece and carried their one-all tie through two 7-minute overtime periods before two rounds of five-player one-on-one shootouts.

    Homestead hoisted the sectional title trophy netting eight of their ten shots to Warsaw’s seven makes, among ten attempts for each side after 94 physical minutes of fast-paced, ultra-physical soccer.
  • Warsaw Boys, Girls Continue XC Sectional Title Streaks
    Different year. Same result.

    For the 11th consecutive season, Warsaw’s boys and girls cross country teams both won sectional titles Saturday.
  • Manchester Girls soccer Wins Sectional Match Over Blackford; Tippecanoe Valley Girls Soccer Drops Sectional Match; Lakeland Christian Girls Soccer Falls In Sectional Match; Warsaw Volleyball Defeats Concord; Manchester Volleyball Falls To Blackhawk Christian; Whitko Volleyball Drops Match To Rochester; Wawasee Volleyball Falls To NorthWood; Tippecanoe Valley Volleyball Drops Match To Southwood; Triton Volleyball Defeats South Central
  • Manchester Boys Soccer Drops Sectional Match Against Culver, Wawasee Girls Soccer Falls In Sectional To DeKalb, Wawasee’s Brooks & Babb Fall In Regionals, Tippecanoe Valley Volleyball Defeats Rochester, Wawasee Volleyball Defeats West Noble, Manchester Volleyball Falls To Wabash, Triton Volleyball Drops Match To Caston



























  • NorthWood (4-3, 3-2 Northern Lakes Conference) at Warsaw (6-1, 5-0 NLC), Tippecanoe Valley (7-0 overall, 5-0 TRC) at Wabash (1-5, 1-3), Maconaquah (2-3 overall, 2-3 TRC) at Manchester (3-3, 3-2), Triton (3-4, 2-4 Hoosier North Athletic Conference) at Knox (1-6, 0-4 HNAC), Mishawaka (5-2, 3-2 Northern Lakes Conference) at Wawasee (1-6, 1-4 NLC), Whitko (1-6 overall, 1-5 TRC) at Southwood (3-4, 3-3)























  • Tippecanoe Valley Boys Soccer Drops Sectional Match Against Argos, Wawasee Boys Soccer Falls in Sectional Loss To West Noble, Manchester Volleyball Falls To Oak Hill, Whitko Volleyball Drops Close Match To Northfield















  • Valley Captures Unified Flag Football Sectional Crown
    Tippecanoe Valley’s Unified flag football team had a fun-filled, action-packed Saturday. The Vikings toppled Carroll 20-19 in the quarterfinals, convincingly defeated Homestead 38-12 in the semifinals, then held on to capture the sectional title 22-20 over Three Rivers Conference foe, the Manchester Squires.
  • Despite a slow start out of the gate, the Manchester Squires found their composure in the second quarter of their game with the Whitko Wildcats and never looked back. Manchester rattled off 42 unanswered points to spoil Whitko’s homecoming game in a 42-7 win.

    It’s the second straight win for the Squires, who are now 3-3 this season, 2-2 in Three Rivers Conference play. On the other side, it’s the second straight loss for Whitko, bringing the team down to a 1-6 record, 1-5 in conference.