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  • High School Sports Recaps For Aug. 19
    Wawasee Gets Girls Golf Win Over West Noble; Vikings Get Girls Golf Wins Over Pilgrims, Lions; Lady Squire Soccer Drops Opener To Columbia City; Lakers Roll Past Warriors; Trojans Swept In VB Opener
  • Tippecanoe Valley Graduate Andrews Making Hitters Miss In Midwest League
    Tanner Andrews had delivered plenty of baseballs and plenty of hitters in his first 23 years.

    But he had never put nine pitches past hitters in the same frame.
  • Warsaw Gets Girls Golf Wins Over Triton, Rochester
    Warsaw earned a pair of wins in a non-conference girls golf match Thursday at Sonehenge Golf Club. The Tigers’ score of 184 for the 9-hole match was better than Rochester’s 206 and Triton’s 261.
  • Whitko Earns 2nd Straight Win On The Links; Squires Fall To Columbia City; Valley Falls To Peru, Northwestern
  • Lady Tigers Open Golf Season With Win At Plymouth; Valley 7th
    Sophomore Maria Frazzetta led Warsaw’s girls golf team, shooting an 88, missing a playoff for medalist honors by one shot, and leading the Tigers to the Plymouth Invitational team championship Tuesday at Pretty Lake Golf Club.
  • Valley Needs To Rethink Dedication Date
    Among the first things I was taught when I broke into Kosciusko County news coverage was “if you need to know anything about Mentone, call Rita Price.”
  • Valley Names Gym Floor For Rita Price Simpson
    The Tippecanoe Valley School Corporation unveiled a newly refinished gym floor Thursday afternoon honoring local sports broadcaster legend Rita Price Simpson. 

  • Expanded DH Role Coming To HS Baseball
    The role of the designated hitter in high school baseball has been expanded to give coaches an additional option for the 2020 season.
  • Local Sports Briefs for June 18
    Five Lancers Earn Scholar-Athlete Status; Everett Leaves Squire Hoops Post For Valley Asst. Principal Job
  • 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.
  • 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
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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
  • 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;
  • 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.
  • Tippecanoe Valley Rolls To TRC?Girls Tennis Win; Trojans Win 2 HNAC?Titles; Warrior Softball Rolls; Wildcats Fall To Eagles
  • Tigers Earn Sweep In Northern Lakes Conference Golf'; Warriors Split NLC?Match; Viking Softball Rolls; Comets Blast Trojans; Wildcats Shut Out By Peru
  • Tippecanoe Valley Girls Tennis Edges TRC Foe Whitko;  NLC Tennis Tournament Underway At Concord; Valley Falls In TRC Baseball; Raider Baseball Cruises Over Warriors; Wildcat Softball Blankedl Three Rivers Conference track meet results from Tuesday
  • Squires Make Monster Comback; Beat Southwood; Tiger Golf Wins NLC?Match; Wabash Edges Vikings; Lions Blank Trojans; Bluejays P Tosses Perfect Game Against Triton
  • Warsaw’s Chookie Tosses No-Hitter; Tigers Beat Plymouth; Cavaliers Win Conference Slugfest Over Trojans; Warriors Wins Twice; Squire SB?Blanked; Wawasee Softball Wins Big At Northwood; Triton Girls Tennis Earns Win Against LaVille; Northwood Baseball Outlasts Wawasee 1-0;

    Tigers Pull Ahead Late, Beat Plymouth 11-5; Tigers Edge RedHawks; Big Inning Sends Whitko To Run-Rule TRC?Win
  • Squires Use Lopsided Singles Wins To Down Valley
    Getting three lopsided wins in singles play, Manchester went on to a 4-1 Three Rivers Conference girls tennis win over visiting Tippecanoe Valley Monday.
  • Zebras Edge Vikings In TRC Baseball
    Tippecanoe Valley’s trend of racking up offensive opportunities continued in a Three Rivers Conference high school baseball clash with Rochester.
  • Manchester Downs Tippecanoe Valley In TRC Play
    Manchester scored four runs in the second inning to go with single runs in the first, fourth and fifth frames to take a 7-0 lead, then held off host Tippecanoe Valley for an 8-5 win in Three Rivers Conference softball Friday night.
  • Two 7-Run Frames Help Warriors Rout Memorial; Wawasee Tennis Wins; Squires Blank Vikings; Jimmies Roll Past Triton
  • Tippecanoe Valley senior Jon Humes signed a letter of intent Friday to continue his academic and football careers at Manchester University in North Manchester.
  • High School Sports Recaps 5.3.2019
    Manchester Girls Win County Track Title, Boys 2nd; Tigers Sweep Eagles; Warriors Edge Jimmies; Panthers Down Warriors; Postponements and Cancellations; late Wednesday results
  • Valley’s Brouyette Medalist; Warriors Boys Golf Beats Vikings – Lady Warriors Drop 2 In Northern Lakes Conf. Track; Zebras Edge Vikings; NLC-Leading Concord Edges Tigers; Wildcats Fall In 5 Innings; Postponements And Cancellations; Middle School Girls Track
  • IHSAA Approves FB Mercy Rule, Fan Suspensions
    The Indiana High School Athletic Association’s executive committee on Tuesday unanimously approved a new football mercy rule. The board also modified the tournament success factor and approved a measure insuring fan ejections result in suspension.
  • Most HS?Events Washed Out
    Nearly every high school sporting event in the Times-Union coverage area was rained out Tuesday. The following is a list of games and, where applicable, makeup dates.
  • Rain Wipes Out Everything
    All high school sporting events in the Times-Union coverage area were rained out Monday. The following is a list of games and, where applicable, makeup dates.
  • IHSAA Announces Class Changes, Sectional Assignments
    Indiana High School Athletic Association on Monday approved sectional assignments in six team sports for the next two school years.
  • Warriors 4th, Whitko 8th, Manchester 11th At Wawasee Invitational; Valley Wins Only Match In Tourney; Tigers 15th At Peru; Tigers Drop Twinbill; Warsaw Falls Twice; Turner, Knights Double Up Warriors; Big Deficit Early Hurts Valley In Loss; Events Canceled
  • IHSAA Announces Softball Sectional Pairings
    The Indiana High School Acticities Association announced pairings for the 35th annual state softball tournament, which begins with sectional play May 20.
  • High School Sports Recaps 4.27.2019
    Warsaw Tennis Wins Road Match Over Concordia; Vikings Best Maconaquah; Whitko Boys Get Track Wins, Girls Second To Wabash; Warriors Come Back To Down RedHawks; Warsaw Doubles Concord; Warriors Softball Blanked; Schedule Changes
  • High School Sports Recaps 4.26.2019
    Wawasee Goes Low, Wins 4-Way Golf Match; Rain Suspends Triton; Games Called Off; Wednesday Results
  • Head, Neck Injury Evaluation Time Among 17 HS Wrestling Rule Changes
    In an ongoing effort to minimize the risk of injury in high school wrestling, additional time will be given to evaluate head and neck injuries when an appropriate health-care professional is present at a match.
  • Grace College Athletics Hosts Pair Of Sportsmanship Summits
    Grace College and Director of Athletics Chad Briscoe welcomed over 200 student-athletes from area high schools this week for two Sportsmanship Summits at Grace.
  • Wawasee Wins 10-Inning NLC Baseball Marathon; Warriors Roll To Run-Rule Victory; Vikings Get TRC Win; Tiger Track Wins Two; Warsaw Downs Carroll; Tigers Fall To Raiders; Panthers Beat Wawasee; Whitko Golf Splits; Valley Falls At Glenn; Norse Edge Vikings; Raider SB Beats Warsaw.
  • Hundreds Of High School Coaches Recommit To Transform State’s Sports Culture
    Continuing deployment of the InSideOut Initiative, coaches and leaders from more than 100 Indiana schools will gather April 30 with the IHSAA Foundation, NFL Foundation, and Indianapolis Colts for training on character education through athletic experiences.
  • Valley Rallies, Knocks Off Eagles
    After digging themselves into an early hole, Tippecanoe Valley baseball recovered to upend Culver Academy 11-4. Despite trailing 3-0 in the first inning, the Vikings pieced together an 11-1 run to take the game.
  • A wrapup of Tuesday's action, plus results from middle school competition from Monday.
  • A wrapup of local high school sports for Monday.
  • Six Rule Changes Coming Next Season For HS Swimming, Diving
    A total of six rule changes for high school swimming and diving were announced Monday by the National Federation of High School Associations.
  • Whitko, Wawasee Compete In Blustery Goshen Relays; Valley Gets 1 of 3 In Bremen Tourney; Warsaw Golf Finishes 13th; Manchester Rained Out
  • Warriors Hit Three Homers In NLC Softball Win; Weather Issues Friday, Today
  • Tiger Track Takes Wins Over Wawasee, Northridge; Warsaw Falls To Homestead; Several Area Rainouts; Wednesday results
  • Squire Softball Wins In Three Rivers Conference Play; Warriors Down Chargers; Wildcats Trip Southwood; Tigers Down RedHawks; Triton Wins In HNAC Play; Big Inning Dooms Warriors; Braves Hold Off Vikings; Wildcats Fall To Zebras, Tuesday Recaps, Middle School Track
  • Valley Scores Early In Win Over Culver Academies; Warrior Golf Downs Visiting Cougars; Vikings Beat Lancers; Tigers Fall To Eagles; Flying Jets Ground Squires; Wawasee Streak Ends; Top-Ranked Pioneer SB No-Hits Trojans
  • Manchester Blanks Eagles; Squires Outshoot Wabash; Triton Linksters Down Bremen, LaVille
  • Tiger Baseball Blanks Tippecanoe Valley For First Win Of Season
    In a game featuring icy rains and cold wind, the Warsaw Tigers relied on their defense to improve to 1-2 with a 4-0 win at Tippecanoe Valley  in a non-conference baseball game Wednesday.
  • Viking Boys, Girls Track Teams Win Conference Openers
    Tippecanoe Valley couldn’t have been happier to open its Three Rivers  Conference boys and girls track seasons, taking wins over visitors Whitko and North Miami Tuesday night.
  • Howard Uses Bat, Glove To Lead Valley SB Over Triton
    Senior leadership can make a ton of difference, and Tippecanoe Valley’s Sydney Howard provided it by the truckload Monday to lead the Vikings to a 17-3 non-conference softball win.
  • Vikings Roll To Baseball Doubleheader Sweep Over Trojans
    Other High School Games

    Triton Softball Sweeps DH; Squires Sweep Caston
  • Valley's Jose Rivera Chooses Manchester University
    Tippecanoe Valley senior Jose Rivera has chosen to continue his academic and football careers at Manchester University. Pictured in the front row (L-R) are Linnette Rivera, Jose Rivera and Antonio Rivera; in the back row are Lorena Santiago, Valley coach Steve Moriarty and Flor Rivera.
  • AKRON – Tippecanoe Valley’s varsity softball team scored six runs in the bottom of the fourth inning Monday, sending 11 batters to the plate in the frame, but lost 13-8 to the visiting NorthWood Lady Panthers.

    6th Grade Boys
  • SOUTH WHITLEY – Led by Zack Freel, Whitko High School’s boys track and field team beat Southwood 68-55 Tuesday evening.

    Freel won three individual events, taking first in the 100 (11.9 seconds), 400 (:55.1) and high jump (5-6), and was also on the winning 4x400 team with Ashton Schuh, Isaiah Pierce and Clayton Ebbinghouse (3:49.3).
  • Valley's Hoovers To Run For Manchester University
    Tippecanoe Valley High School senior Haley Hoover will continue her academic and running careers at Manchester University, where she will compete for head coach Brian Cashdollar. Hoover is a four-year participant for the Lady Vikings in both cross country and track and field.
  • Top-Ranked Eagles Soar Past Valley Vikings
    MARION – Top-ranked Delta finished the first half on an impressive run, and it helped the Eagles put the finishing touches on the Tippecanoe Valley Vikings Saturday.
  • Valley Embraces Underdog Role
    AKRON – The Tippecanoe Valley Vikings, said second-year head coach Chad Patrick, will approach Saturday’s regional semifinal against top-ranked Delta just as they have each game this season.