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  • Warsaw Golfers Compete At Dicken Invitational
    Warsaw Black and Warsaw Orange golf teams finished fifth and ninth place respectively in the prestigious Don Dicken Invitational held at Stonehenge Golf Club Saturday.
  • Area Boys Named First Team All-NLC
    Sophomore Jaxson Gould and junior Judah Simfukwe  of Warsaw, and junior Keaton Dukes of Wawasee, have earned first team All-Northern Lakes Conference (NLC) honors.
  • Triton’s Season Ends With Loss To Kouts
    BOURBON - The Triton Trojans’ season ended in the title game of the Class 1A boys’ regional tournament on Saturday.
  • Triton Preparing For Caston In Regionals
    The Triton Trojans launch regional tournament action Saturday morning with a 9:30 a.m. tip-off time against a familiar foe from the Hoosier North Athletic Conference, the Caston Comets from Fulton.
  • Area Preps Honored As Academic All-State
    A number of area high school girls hoopsters have been honored for their academic excellence by the Indiana Coaches of Girls Sports Association.
  • Warsaw Gets Revenge On Goshen In Sectional
    Revenge round one was exacted by the Warsaw Lady Tigers last night as they won their Sectional open 33-29 over the Goshen RedHawks.
  • Triton Trojans Top Lakeland Christian Academy
    The Triton Trojans won last night’s contest on the road at Winona Lake by a score of 65-47.
  • Fort Wayne Carroll (7-2) at Warsaw (7-2)
  • Triton fell to Kouts in regional volleyball competition on Saturday.
  • Tipp Valley, Triton Win Sectional Openers
    AKRON - Tippecanoe Valley High football coach Steve Moriarty called his seniors together at halftime Friday night. He went on to challenge his team as a whole. The Vikings responded in a big way.
  • HS Football Sectional Pairings Announced
    Warsaw drew a home date against No. 11-ranked Carroll when the IHSAA conducted the blind draw for its 48th annual state football tournament Thursday night.
  • Warsaw (6-1, 5-0 NLC) at NorthWood (2-3, 2-2); Manchester (2-5, 2-4 TRC) at Tippecanoe Valley (5-2, 5-1); Wawasee (2-5, 0-5 NLC) at Mishawaka (3-3, 3-1); Knox (3-4, 2-2 HNAC) at Triton (3-3, 2-2); Northfield (4-4, 4-2 TRC) at Whitko (4-3, 3-3)

  • Sectional VB Pairings Announced
    Besides shooting for a perfect Northern Lakes Conference volleyball season when it hosts Concord on Thursday night — Warsaw will get a bye when it hosts a Class 4A sectional next week.

    Pairings for the 49th annual state tournament were drawn Sunday evening by the IHSAA.
  • Recaps for Oct 2

    Tippecanoe Valley Comes Back For Win Over Maconaquah; Trojans Fall To Bluejays

  • Triton Rolls Early In Big Win Over Culver Community
    Triton only needed 16 plays, 238 yards and less than eight minutes of the game’s 24-minute first half to take a commanding 34-8 lead at halftime over the Culver Community Cavaliers. The boys from Bourbon scored on each of their five first half possessions and defeated their Hoosier North Athletic Conference (HNAC) foes in the Trojans’ home opener 48-8.
  • Previews of all six high school football games in the Times-Union readership area.
  • Recaps for Sept. 15
    Lakeland Christian Boys, Culver Community Play To Draw; Triton VB Postponed and more!
  • Local sports Recaps for Sept. 11
    Tippecanoe Valley Rolls To Big TRC Victory Over N. Miami; Braves Score Last In Win Over Whitko; Lions Roar Past Triton; Wawasee-Concord Suspended; Lakeland Christian Girls Soccer Falls To South Bend Trinity
  • Sports Recaps for Sept. 8
    Tippecanoe Valley Gets First Soccer Win In A Rout; Blackhawk, LCA Draw; No. 11 Panthers Down Wawasee; Wildcats Sweep Tigers; plus boys tennis,m girls golf and middle school results.
  • Triton and Whitko earned conference road wins in football games Friday night.

    Triton edged Caston 14-12 in Fulton in Hoosier North Athletic Conference play. Whitko won 28-7 at Rochester in a Three Rivers Conference game.

    No statistics were available for either game as of press time.
  • HS Football Scouting Reports for Week 3
    Warsaw at Plymouth; Northridge at Wawasee; Manchester at Wabash; Peru at Tippecanoe Valley; Whitko at Rochester and Triton at Caston
  • Area Sports Recaps for Sept. 2
    Warriors Earn Split In Conference Girls Golf Match, plus middle school volleyball and a bunch of state stuff from Tuesday.
  • Sports Recaps for Aug. 31
    Wawasee Girls Golf Picks Up Two Non-Conference Wins, Triton Competes In 4-Way Girls Golf Match, plus JV volleyball and middle school scores.
  • Local sports recaps for Aug. 30
    Lane’s Hat Trick Propels Lakeland Christian To Win At O-D, plus statistics from other competitions.
  • Local Sports Briefs for Aug. 26
    Valley, Triton compete on the links with Bremen; Davis gets ace at Stonehenge
  • Sports Recaps For Aug. 21
    Triton Opens Its Football Season With A 3-Point Win At S. Central; Triton HNAC FB Game At LaVille Cancelled; Whitko Snaps Skid With OT Win Over Prairie Heights; Squires Roll To Opening Win; Late Thursday results.
  • High School Sports Recaps For Aug. 20.
    Warrior Boys Soccer Gets Win At South Bend Riley; Wawasee Splits 3-Way Match; Vikings Beat Bluejays; Late results from Wednesday
  • Trojans Have Special Mantra For 2020
    Triton High School football has adopted a mantra for 2020.

    It’s “Get to Tomorrow.”

    “Hopefully we can get through all of them,” says 13th-year head coach Rodney Younis of the games on the IHSAA Class 1A Trojans’ schedule. “We want to make memories for these seniors.”
  • Sports Recaps For August 18
    Lane, McKeever Lead LCA To Boys Soccer Season-Opening Win; Wawasee VB Sweeps Valley; Squires Rebound For TRC?Win; Whitko Downs LCA; Manchester, Triton Compete On The Links
  • Wins In Doubles Play Leads Wawasee To Tennis Win Over Valley; Warrior Girls Golf Defeats West Noble; Viking Girls Golf Beats Bremen, Falls To Pilgrims; Warriors, Lakers Play To A Scoreless Draw; Eagles Blank Squires; Trojans Drop Heartbreaker; Saturday results
  • Along With The IHSAA, Refs Ready For Fall
    If the Indiana High School Athletic Association can remain full speed ahead amid the COVID-19 pandemic in offering a full menu of high school sports this fall — an intention that it declared on Wednesday — then it appears game officials won’t be getting in the way, at least not around the Warsaw area.

    Jimmy Arnett, first-year president of the St. Joseph Valley Officials Association, and Lou Brown, who presides over the Northern Indiana Officials Association, each say there has been minimal opting out for the coming season among their respective memberships.
  • NFHS Releases Guidance For State Associations To Consider In Re-Opening HS Athletics, Activities
    The National Federation of State High School Associations has released guidance for its 51 member state high school associations to consider in re-opening high school athletics and other activity programs across the nation.

    The guidance document was developed by the NFHS Sports Medicine Advisory Committee, a 15-member advisory committee composed of medical doctors, certified athletic trainers, high school coaches and officials, research specialists and state high school association executives that regularly develops position statements related to medical aspects of conducting high school athletics.
  • HS Wrestling Rules Changes Address Weigh-in Procedures, Hair Length
    As the result of a concerted effort to accommodate the growing number of female wrestlers, the 2020-21 high school wrestling rules changes are headlined by significant adjustments to weigh-in protocol and appropriate hair length requirements.

    The National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) Wrestling Rules Committee met April 5-6 and recommended 11 rules changes to take effect next school year. In accordance with current health safety guidelines, the rules meeting was held in an online format. All rules revisions recommended by the Wrestling Rules Committee were approved by the NFHS Board of Directors.
  • IHSAA Cancels Spring Sports Season
    After Gov. Eric Holcomb’s order Thursday afternoon for all school building in Indiana remain closed for the remander of the academic year, the IHSAA followed by cancelling the spring sports season for 2020.
  • IHSAA Boys Basketball Tournament Cancelled
    IHSAA Hopes To Have Abbreviated Spring Seasons
  • Locals Earn IBCA Academic Honorable Mention
    Tiger DB, Coach Selected for IFCA?All-Star Game
  • 2 Tigers And A Warrior Tabbed All-NLC
    Trojans Land 2 On All-HNAC Squad
  • After Schools Close, IHSAA Opts To Postpone
Boys Hoops Regionals
    After many school corporations in Indiana, including most in the Times-Union coverage area, the IHSAA and its commissioner, Bobby Cox, announced the boys basketball regionals scheduled for today have been postponed.
  • Triton’s Oviedo Repeats As T-U Athlete Of The Week
    Triton sophomore guard Ashton Oviedo was the Times-Union Athlete of the Week during the final week of boys basketball season. After leading his team in scoring in three sectional games, Oviedo repeats as the winner, this time for the week ending March 7.
  • Argos Outlasts Trojans With Buzzer-Beater
    In a night consisting of resolute team defense, Argos boys basketball scraped by Triton 28-26 after a buzzer-beater from Michael Richard stole the show on in the IHSAA Class 1A Sectional 50 championship game Saturday night at The Trojan Trench.

    With the game winding down and deadlocked at 26, Caleb Ellis passed to Richard in the corner. He drove to the hoop and released the last shot of the game as time expired.
  • Trojans Roll Into Sectional Final
    After a decisive victory Tuesday against West Central, the Triton boys basketball team looked to stay for at least one more night on their home floor. Standing in their way is LaCrosse, who drew a bye in the opening round of sectionals.
  • Oviedo Tabbed Athlete Of The Week
    Triton sophomore guard Ashton Oviedo led the Trojan boys basketball team to a pair of wins last week, clinching a winning season for the team and giving the squad some needed momentum heading into this week’s sectional tournament.

    For that effort, Oviedo has been named the Times-Union Athlete of the Week for Feb. 24-29.
  • Triton Rolls To Easy Sectional-Opening Win
    Triton head boys basketball coach Jason Groves wanted his team to get off to a fast start in its Class 1A Sectional opener against West Central Tuesday.

    Mission accomplished.
  • Triton Warms Up For Sectional With Win Over Knox
    Tyson Yates hit eight of 13 shots inside the three-point arc to finish with a game-high 23 points, helping Triton to a 63-45 non-conference win over visiting Knox in the boys basketball regular and Hoosier North Athletic Conference season finale for both teams.
  • Trojans Pull Away In Middle Quarters To Win
    Plus gymnastics and middle school basketball results
  • Valley Comes From Behind For OT Win Over Trojans
    Despite trailing for the first three quarter of the game, the Tippecanoe Valley boys basketball team defeated Triton 51-48 in overtime in non-conference action Friday night.

    The comeback victory was spearheaded by freshman Paul Leasure, who scored 28 points on 10-13 shooting, including 4-5 from three-point range.

    The first quarter was a tight defensive battle, with Triton up 9-6 at the end of the quarter.
  • Zebras Nip Trojans At The Buzzer
    Plus middle school basketball results
  • Stuckman, Stroud Lead Wrestling State Qualifiers
    Four area wrestlers earned a place in the 2020 IHSAA State Finals with their semistate performances Saturday.

    At East Chicago, Wawasee senior Garrett Stuckman (16-0) went 4-0 with a pin in the finals.
  • Area High School Results for Feb. 8
    Wildcats Win Overtime Non-Conference Thriller Over Lakewood Park; Cougars Get 4th Win; Trojans Fall In OT; Braves Hold Off Vikings; local girls swimming sectional results
  • Five Area Grapplers Earn Regional Championships
    Wawasee tied for third place, Warsaw came in sixth, Tippecanoe Valley. eighth and Triton tied for 12th Saturday at the Penn Regional wrestling tournament.
  • Recaps for Feb. 6
    Trojans Win Trench-Burner Over Dragons In Non-Conference Play; Area Postponements
  • Area Sports Recaps for Feb. 4
    Lady Squires Roll To Sectional-Opening Victory; Trojans Fall To Dragons; and results from Monday.
  • Wawasee, Warsaw, Valley, Manchester Produce Sectional Champs
    Senior Garrett Stuckman (152 pounds), freshman Gavin Malone (138), junior Jace Alexander (126), sophomore Dylan Tom (120) and freshman Logan Stuckman (106) all took individual titles and Wawasee wrestlers won the Plymouth Sectional team championship Saturday.
  • Area Sports Recaps For Feb. 1
    Tippecanoe Valley Gets Non-Conference Road Victory Over Winamac; Wildcats Roll At Home; Warriors Sink Lakers; Squires Fall To Concordia; Trojans Fall in Overtime; Lady Cougars Win Big; NLC Boys Swim Meet - Local Results
  • Lady Trojans Fall
    Lexia Hostrawser had 14 points on 7-of-10 shooting, and Taren Yates added eight points, including a pair of field goals, for Triton in its 50-28 Hoosier North Athletic Conference girls basketball loss at Class 2A No. 9 North Judson Friday night in the regular season finale for both teams.

    Abbey Viers added four points and her sister Alxya hit her only shot from the floor for two points.
  • Local Sports Recaps For Jan. 31
    Lakeland Christian Falls At Fort Wayne Blackhawk, plus other area results from Wednesday and Thursday.
  • Local Sports Recaps For Jan. 28
    Yates, Heckaman Lead Trojans To Win Over Elk. Christian; Wawasee Blows By Bruins; Wagner, Lady Vikings Roll Past Wawasee; Lady Squires Get Road Win; LCA Falls To Dragons

  • Triton’s Miller Wins Scholarship, AOW
    Triton senior Whytnie Miller was named the girls recipient of the W.B. Hawkins Award during Saturday's concluding evening of the boys and girls high school basketball Bi-County Tournament at LaVille High School.

    For that and her actions in supporting her teammates under difficult circumstances, Miller has  been tabbed the Times-Union Athlete of the Week for Jan. 20-25.
  • Lady Trojans Battle, But Drop Title Game To Bremen
    Even with all its turnovers, and even without its top senior player, Triton threatened to emerge as girls basketball champion of the Bi-County Tournament for the first time ever Saturday night.

    Bremen survived the scare, though, and repeated as titlist with a 31-22 victory over the Trojans at LaVille High School’s Dale Cox Gymnasium.

    “I couldn’t be prouder,” Triton coach Adam Heckaman said afterwards of his players. “They fought and fought and fought. We just came up a couple possessions short.”
  • Local Sports Recaps for Jan. 24
    Wawasee Battles For Conference Win Over Pilgrims; Squires rally for road win; Trojans win tourney consolation game; Vikings fall at Southwood; plus results from Thursday.

  • Despite Turnovers, Lady Trojans Advance To Bi-County Tourney Final
    Triton finished with more turnovers than points. It didn’t matter, because the persevering Trojans also finished with more points than Glenn.

    Charging back from a seven-point fourth-quarter deficit, Triton advanced to just its second-ever Bi-County Tournament girls basketball title game with a chilling 31-29 victory over the Falcons in Thursday’s second semifinal at LaVille’s Dale Cox Gym.
  • Trojans, Lancers Play Lopsided Bi-County Tourney Games
    It was hard to imagine much topping the lopsided nature of the Triton girls’ 17-4 first-half against LaVille.

    The LaVille boys, though, topped it in the very next game, and in fact stuffed an even more lopsided count into half as much time.
  • Local Sports Recaps for Jan. 14
    Warsaw Gets Conference Wrestling Win Over Minutemen; Warriors fall to Eagles and more
  • Area School Sports Recaps For Jan. 12
    Tippecanoe Valley Comes From Behind To Beat Plymouth; Trojans Cruise To Win; LCA Falls To Tri-Central; Panthers Handle Wawasee; Dragons Down Cougars; N. Miami Bests Manchester; Zebras Defeat Wildcats; Manchester’s Clifford Advances To IHSGW?Finals; Squires Narrowly Win East Noble Invitational; Vikings Win Guerin Catholic Invitational and more ...
  • Local Sports Recaps for Jan. 10
    Vikings Roll Past Northfield In Three Rivers Conference Rout; Squires Balanced In Victory; Falcons Roll Past Triton plus recaps from Thursday.

  • Ferry Signs With Northwestern Ohio
    Triton senior Ty Ferry signed a letter of intent Thursday to continue his academic and baseball careers at Northwesterrn Ohio University in Lima.
  • Area School Sports Recaps For Dec. 20
    Triton Never Seriously Challenged In Victory At Winamac