Patrick Earns First Career Win; Valley Downs Bobcats

HAMLET – New Tippecanoe Valley head coach Chad Patrick earned his first career win Tuesday night when the Vikings edged host Oregon-Davis 56-53 in a non-conference boys basketball game.

Parkur Dalrymple hit four three-point shots on his way to a team-high 18 points. Cam Parker connected twice from beyond the arc and finished with 12 points for Valley.

Oregon-Davis senior Trevor Risner had a game-high 22 points.

Valley held a 23-13 lead after the first quarter, but the Bobcats slowly worked their way back into the game, outscoring the Vikings 16-10 in the third quarter to draw within three points. Each team had 15 points in the final period.

Now 1-3, Valley will host John Glenn Saturday night.



TIPPECANOE VALLEY 56

OREGON-DAVIS 53

TV    23    8    10    15    –    56

O-D    13    9    16    15    –    53

Valley – Tanner Trippiedi 1-9 2-4 4, Dakota Parker 1-3 1-2 4, Wes Melanson 2-2 0-0 5, Jalen Shepherd 1-2 0-0 2, Parker Dalrymple 7-9 0-0 18, Alex Morrison 2-6 3-4 7, Cam Parker 4-8 2-3 12, Jace Potter 2-2 0-1 4. Totals 20-41 8-14 56.

Oregon-Davis – Jonathan Clark 3-12 3-4 9, Denis Cooley 0-0 0-0 0, Trevor Risner 7-16 3-4 22, Lance Campbell 4-13 0-0 10, Justin Smith 1-2 0-0 2, Jeffrey Avery 3-3 0-1 6, Dylan Murphy 0-2 0-0 0, Trevor Wilson 1-2 2-4 4. Totals 19-50 8-13 53.

Three-pointers – Valley 8 (Dalrymple 4, Parker 2, Trippiedi, Melanson), O-D 7 (Risner 5, Campbell 2); Rebounds – Valley 21 (Parker 5), O-D 24 (Risner 4, Avery 4); Turnovers – Valley 15, O-D 11; Fouls – Valley 19, O-D 20; Fouled out – Wilson; Records: Valley 1-3, O-D 2-2.



Trojans Get First Win Of The Season On The Road

SOUTH BEND – Ross Johnson had a double-double with 30 points and 10 rebounds to lead Triton to its first boys basketball win of the season, 49-35 over host South Bend Career Academy.

Johnson hit 13 of 22 shots in the non-conference game, and half of his rebounds were on the offensive end of the floor. Drew Stichter had eight points, Beau Hepler seven and Jared Bules four to round out the Trojan scoring.

Triton (1-3) will host Pioneer Friday in the first Hoosier North Athletic Conference opener for both teams. It will also be the Panthers’ season opener after the school’s run to the football state title.



TRITON 49

SB CAREER ACADEMY 35

T    3    21    11    14    –    49

SBCA    13    4    11    7    –    35

Triton – Max Slusser 0-0 0-0 0, Jared Bules 1-2 2-2 4, Drew Stichter 2-6 4-4 8, Beau Hepler 1-11 4-7 7, Delano Shumpert 1-0 0-0 0, Quentin Thornburg 0-1 0-0 0, Lucas Richman 0-0 0-0 0, Dylan?Hensley 0-1 0-0 0, Ross Johnson 13-22 4-6 30. Totals 17-43 14-19 49.

SBCA – Ayden Clark 0-+2 2-2 2, Hunter Holmes 4-8 0-1 8, De’Andre Coleman 5-11 5-10 15, Jahleel Mason 0-0 0-0 0, James Curtis 1-2 0-0 3, Jayllen Marshall 3-8 0-0 6, Chancellor Campbell 0-3 1-3 1. Totals 13-34 8-16 35.

Three-pointers – Triton 1 (Hepler), SBCA 1 (Curtis); Rebounds – Triton 34 (Johnson 10), SBCA 19 (Curtis 4, Marshall 4); Turnovers – Triton 20, SBCA 23; Fouls – Triton 20, SBCA 19; Fouled out – none; Records: Triton 1-3, SBCA 0-5

JV – Triton 40, SBCA 25

Triton – Keegan Westafer 15, Hunter McIntyre 9, John Gardner 7, Trenton Kreft 4, Kaden Atkins 3, Brandon Kitch 2



Lakeland Christian Falls

BENTON – Josh McDaniel hit a school-record seven three-point shots for Lakeland Christian in its 64-51 non-conference boys basketball loss at Benton HomeSchool Tuesday night.

The Cougars (2-3) host Portage Christian Friday night.



Lady Squires Fall On Road

HUNTINGTON – Kennedy Fierstos had 13 points and Emma West added 10 points for Manchester in its 50-37 non-conference girls basketball loss at Huntington North Tuesday night.

Sydney Day had seven points for the Lady Squires. Erika Kendall had four points and Kiera Hatfield three to round out the Manchester scoring.

The junior varsity game was won by Manchester, 23-22, over the Lady Vikings. Ranissa Shambarger had nine points and Makenzie Day and Gabbie Brewer added five points each.

The Lady Squires will travel to South Whitley to take on Three Rivers Conference rival Whitko Friday night.



Warsaw Splits Conference Swimming Meets

MIDDLEBURY – Warsaw’s swim teams split a pair of Northern Lakes Conference meets Tuesday, losing to host Northridge and beating Elkhart Memorial. The Tigers fell to the Raiders 94-76 and won 109-61 over the Crimson Chargers. Warsaw’s girls fell 132-53 to Northridge and won 147-30 over Memorial.

Delaney Whiebrink had a pair of second-place finishes in the 100 breaststroke and 100 freestyle. Olivia Herman was second in the 50 free and third in the 100 backstroke. Laurel Moeller was third in the 200 and 50 frees, Emma Park was third in diving, and Taylor Gunter third in the 100 butterfly.

Alex Cook won the 100 free and was second in the 50 free for the Tiger boys. Grant Knight won the 100 breaststroke and was third in the 200 IM. Evan Borchers won the 100 butterfly and was third in the 200 free. Nick Zogbi was second in the 500 free and 100 backstroke, Zach LaLonde was third in the 100 backstroke and Ian Deming was third in the 100 butterfly.

Warsaw will host Goshen in an NLC meet Saturday.



NORTHRIDGE BOYS 94

WARSAW 76

WARSAW 109, ELK. MEMORIAL 61

Warsaw scorers: 200 medley relay – 2. Warsaw (Nick Zogbi, Grant Knight, Ian Deming, Alex Cook) 1:41.65; 200 freestyle – 3. Evan Borchers 1:55.73, 5. Jacob LaLonde 2:02.96; 200 IM – 3. Knight 2:10.20; 50 freestyle – 2. Cook 22.85, 4. Zach?LaLonde 24.14, 5. Deming 24.19; 100 butterfly – 1. Borchers 56.73, 3. Deming 58.63; 100 freestyle – 1. Cook 51.71; 500 freestyle – 2. Zogbi 5:19.98; 200 freestyle relay – 2. Warsaw (Knight, Deming, Borchers, Cook) 1:33.36; 100 backstroke – 2. Zogbi 1:02.84, 3. Z LaLonde 1:03.80; 100 breaststroke – 1. Knight 1:00.85; 400 freestyle relay – 2. Warsaw (Borchers, Z. LaLonde, J. LaLonde, Zogbi) 3:32.77.



NORTHRIDGE GIRLS 132

WARSAW 53

WARSAW 147, MEMORIAL 30

Warsaw scorers: 200 medley relay – 3. Warsaw (Lauren Kuhl, Delaney Wihebrink, Taylor Gunter, Olivia Herman) 2:10.64; 200 freestyle – 3. Laurel Moeller 2:09.25; 200 IM – 4. Gunter 2:32.37; 5. Gracie Scholl 2:52.00; 50 freestyle – 2. Herman 25.85, 3. Moeller 26.82, 5. Morgan Bruner 28.18; Diving – 3. Emma Pena 136.90, 4. Shelby Paseka 136.40; 100 butterfly – 3. Gunter 1:09.31, 5. Maddie Ray 1:16.74; 100 freestyle – 2. Wihebrink 57.83, 4.  Bruner 1:03.21, 5. Bella Coffing 1:04.61; 500 freestyle – 4. Kuhl 5:55.74, 5. Lillian Boston 6:43.72; 200 freestyle relay – 3. Warsaw (Bruner, Coffing, Gunter, Moeller) 1:51.39; 100 backstroke – 3. Herman 1:09.61, 4. Kuhl 1:09.93, 5. Leah Reinholt 1:16.53; 100 breaststroke – 2. Wihebrink 1:10.33, 4. Coffing 1:22.44, 5. Ella Knight 1:22.63; 400 freestyle relay – 3. Warsaw (Herman, Moeller, Kuhl, Wihebrink) 4:03.38.



Concord Trips Wawasee Swimmers In NLC Meet


DUNLAP – The Wawasee girls and boys swim teams each lost Northern Lakes Conference swimming meets to Concord Tuesday. The Lady Warriors dropped a 126-57 decision, while the Minutemen won 105-81 over the Wawasee boys.

Ella Park and Rileigh Atwood each had a first and a second in the meet for the Lady Warriors. Park won the 500 freestyle and was second in the 200 free. Atwood won the 100 breaststroke and was the runner-up in the 100 free. Belle Brunner was second in the 50 free and Alyssa Koch was second in the 200 IM.

The Warrior boys had a pair of double winners. Jared Kurgman won the 200 and 500 frees, and Brady Robinson the 200 IM and 100 backstroke. Brett Willaman was second in the 100 free and third in the 50 free. Jake Cowan was second in the 100 butterfly and third in the 100 backstroke. Isaiah Metcalf was third in both the 200 IM and 500 free, Dane Jenkins was third in diving, and Alexander Troutman third in the 100 breaststroke.

The Warriors teams will host the Wawasee Invitational on Saturday.



CONCORD GIRLS 126

WAWASEE 57

Wawasee scorers: 200 freestyle – 2. Ella Park 2:05.56, 5. Kaitlyn Kingery 2:19.83; 200 IM – 2. Alyssa Koch 2:26.36, 5. Abigail Hackleman 2:36.65; 50 freestyle – 2. Belle Brunner 28.73, 3. Tessa Freel 29.37, 5. Alexandra Haberman 30.11; 100 butterfly – 4. Hackleman 1:14.89, 5. Lizzy Brugh 1:14.96; 100 freestyle – 2. Rileigh Atwood 58.91, 4. Alexandra Haberman 1:06.13, 5. Freel 1:06.91; 500 freestyle – 1. Park 5:32.84, 5. Brugh 6:30.10; 200 freestyle relay – 2. Wawasee (Atwood, Brunner  Kuch, Park) 1:52.14; 100 backstroke – 3. Koch 1:08.74, 4. Brunner 1:15.14; 100 breaststroke – 1. Atwood 1:09.88, 4. Kingery 1:22.96, 5. Emily Eshbach 1:31.25; 400 freestyle relay – 3. Wawasee (Brunner, Koch, Atwood, Park) 4:08.17.



CONCORD BOYS 105, WAWASEE 81

Wawasee scorers: 200 medley relay – 3. Wawasee (Jake Cowan, Alexander Troutman, Spencer Naugler, Daegan Kingery) 1:54.82; 200 freestyle – 1. Jared Krugman 1:49.25, 4. Troutman 1:59.37, 5. Eric Park 2:08.29; 200 IM – 1. Brady Robinson 1:59.50, 3. Isaiah Metcalf 2:12.23, 5. Troutman 2:17.95; 50 freestyle – 3. Brett Willaman 24.00, 4. Kingery 25.75, 5. Bryce Knepp 25.81; Diving – 3. Dane Jenkins 205.20, 4. Brady Classen 202.50, 5. Austin Dunithan 195.50; 100 butterfly – 2. Jake Cowan 59.51, 4. Naugler 1:00.49; 100 freestyle – 2. Willaman 52.09, 4. Karlson Hand 59.63, 5. Kingery 57.96; 500 freestyle – 1. Jared Krugman 4:58.10, 3. Metcalf 5:20.67, 5.  Troutman 5:26.79; 200 freestyle relay –  2. Wawasee (Robinson, Hand, Dunithan, Naugler) 1:34.97, 3. Wawasee 1:43.97; 100 backstroke – 1. Robinson 57.39, 3. Cowan 1:04.61, 4. Naugler 1:05.03; 100 breaststroke – 3. Troutman 1:08.34, 5. Alexander Mathew 1:16.20; 400 freestyle relay – 2. Wawasee (Krugman, Metcalf, Willaman, Robinson) 3:25.37.



Freshman Girls Basketball


Warsaw 37, Concord 7

Warsaw – Lindsey Bradley 18, Nadia Handy 5, Aubrey Hepler 4, Sydney Lancaster 4, Ema Jenkins 4, Maddie Whitaker 2.



Freshman Boys Basketball

Wawasee 36, Elkhart Christian 20

Wawasee – Ethan Carey 11, Niles Hodges 6, Kameron Salazar 5, Adam Beer 4, Justin Castro 4

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