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  • Warsaw Boys Hold Off Huntington North
    Things got interesting down the stretch, but for the most part of Saturday’s varsity boys basketball game against Huntington North the Warsaw Tigers were in complete control.
  • High School Sports Recaps For Dec. 7
    Warrior Boys Basketball Earns Victory At West Noble; Cougars Down Marines; Wildcats Fall At Bellmont; LCA Girls Hoops Roll; Lady Vikings Cruise; Lady Squires Fall; Valley 3rd At  Maconaquah Invite; Squires Go 3-2 In Wabash County Meet, Warsaw Swimming invitational results
  • Tigers Fall To No. 7 Homestead In Home Opener
    Doug Ogle’s fears played out Friday night in a 70-51 loss to Class 4A No. 7 Homestead.

    The 18th-year Warsaw boys basketball head coach feared the Spartans’ physicality, athleticism and length would result in a big advantage on the boards, and that’s exactly what happened.
  • High School Sports Recaps For Dec. 6
    Squires Rally Late For Win At Wawasee’s Hardwood TeePee; LCA Wins In Double OT; Lady Cougars Fall; Vikings Fall On The Road; Panthers Roll Past Trojans, Thursday night results
  • NorthWood Dominates Boards, Downs Lady Tigers
    On a night where the opposition grabbed more offensive rebounds than they grabbed total rebounds, the Warsaw Lady Tigers basketball team fell to NorthWood 38-43. The loss was their fifth straight, pushing them a game under .500 on the season.
  • Coon, Marsh Lead Tigers To Win In Last Visit To Weeks Gymnasium
    The Warsaw Tigers were victorious Saturday night in their final trip to Columbia City’s Donald S. Weeks Gymnasium.

    Seniors Jaylen Coon and Blake Marsh made sure of it, combining for 35 points in the Tigers’ 55-48 win over the Eagles.
  • Warsaw Girls Fall To Class 4A No. 5 Fishers
    In a mid-afternoon varsity girls basketball game between Warsaw and Class 4A No. 5 Fishers, the Lady Tigers turned in a rather dominating performance over the final three quarters Saturday.
  • High School Sports Recaps For Nov. 30
    Tippecanoe Valley Splits In Thanksgiving Classic
  • After Court Dedication, Warsaw Rolls Past Vikes In Season Opener
    For two quarters of Wednesday night’s high school boys basketball season opener, the Warsaw Tigers and Tippecanoe Valley Vikings were even on the scoreboard.

    The other two quarters … not so much, as the Tigers dominated the middle quarters en route to a 61-37 win on a night Valley officially dedicated its court in honor of longtime broadcaster and popular community figure Rita Price Simpson.
  • Linky’s Journey Takes Him From Deaf Slave To Tiger Wrestler
    Real adversity meets opportunity.

    That’s the story of Jacob Linky.

    The wrestling room at Warsaw Community High School is filled with pulsing music and coaches barking instructions as more than three dozen Tigers get after it.
  • Ogle Hopes Grid Success Carries Over To Hardwood
    Nearly half of Warsaw’s varsity boys basketball team was part of the Tigers’ first sectional championship in football earlier this month.

    Doug Ogle, entering his 18th season as Warsaw’s hoops coach, hopes that gridiron success carries over to the hardwood.
  • Tigers, Warriors Both Go 5-0 At Warsaw Invitational; Tiger GBB Drop A Pair In Duneland/NLC Shootout; Lady Squires Defeated, Lady Cougars Fall
  • Warsaw Lifts Lid On 2019-20 Campaign
    As Warsaw continues to build its culture and hone its high school wrestling skills, the Tigers will debut to the public with the 2019-20 season-opening eight-team Warsaw Invitational.
  • After Slow Start, Warsaw Rolls To Not-So-Pretty Rout
    There are those who wax poetic to profess great affection for the game of basketball.

    Wednesday night’s game at the Tiger Den is not exactly the thing of beauty those folks think about while expressing that affection.
  • Sanner Tabbed As Athlete Of The Week
    After scoring 11 points and grabbing 11 rebounds in Warsaw’s first two games, Abby Sanner came off the bench to record 21 points and gather 16 rebounds in the Lady Tigers’ win at Tippecanoe Valley Saturday.

    For that effort, Sanner has been named the Times-Union Athlete of the Week for Nov. 11-16.
  • 5 Tigers, 2 Warriors Named All-NLC
    Five Warsaw Tigers and two Wawasee Warriors were named to the Northern Lakes All-Conference football team Wednesday.
  • Coaches, AD’s Keys to Success In High School Sports
    This fall, one school canceled the remainder of its football season after reports of hazing surfaced. There have been several incidents of high school student-athletes using racial slurs against members of the opposing teams.
  • Grace To Host Star-Studded HS Tournament
    Ten elite high school teams will converge at the five-game classic, held at Grace’s Manahan Orthopaedic Capital Center.
  • Sanner’s Double-Double Lifts Lady Tigers Over Valley
    Though Warsaw sophomore Abby Sanner is listed on the roster as 6-foot-2, Tippecanoe Valley coach Chris Kindig joked Saturday night that 6-5 may have been more accurate.
  • Warsaw Football Season Ends With Regional Loss
    Warsaw’s football bar was set high by the past two senior classes.

    That’s how Tigers head coach Bart Curtis assessed the aftermath of a 42-28 IHSAA Class 6A regional championship game loss at Merrillville that put an end to the 2019 season.
  • High School Sports Recaps for Nov. 15
    Wawasee Gets Balanced Scoring In Win Over Westview; Triton Falls To South Central; Cougars Roll Past SB Career Academy
  • Warsaw Cheer Competes At State
    Warsaw Community High School’s cheerleading competition team finished 15th of 41 teams at the state championship in New Castle Nov. 9.
  • Tiger Kicker Mevis Honored For All-American Selection
    While the honor had been announced weeks ago, Warsaw senior kicker Harrison Mevis was recognized in front of the student body for having earned a spot in the Under Armour All-American football game in Orlando, Fla. during a convocation in the Tiger Den Thursday morning.
  • Warsaw Gets Blowout Victory Over Lady Squires
    Wednesday night’s girls basketball game between visiting Manchester and Warsaw was a study in the principle of cause and effect. The Lady Tigers caused a bunch of turnovers and played about as well as they could for November, and the effect was a 83-29 blowout at the Tiger Den.
  • Tigers Eye Regional Clash At Merrillville
    Fisher Field’s scoreboard flashed the score for days after last Friday’s historic football victory: Warsaw 35, Penn 18.

    The community has reveled in the Tigers’ first-ever sectional championship and first win against Penn.
  • Davenport Takes Athlete Of The Week
    Warsaw’s defense came up big in helping the Tigers to a win over Penn Friday night for the first-ever football sectional crown for the home team.

    Senior Parker Davenport was the leading tackler and forced a fumble, enough for him to be names the Times-Union Athlete of the Week for Nov. 4-9.
  • Hueber, Seiss On Opposite Sides This Time
    In the fall of 2000, Kris Hueber and Brad Seiss were standouts on a Warsaw Community High School football team that dominated opponent after opponent en route to a 9-2 record.
  • Sports Recaps For Nov. 9
    Wawasee GBB Opens With Win Over Prairie Heightsl Whitko Beats LCA and middle school scores.
  • Harrison’s Double-Double Leads Lady Tigers
    Third-year Warsaw girls basketball coach Lenny Krebs vowed to turn Brielle Harrison loose.

    The 5-foot-11 senior took the green light and delivered Saturday against Norwell, leading the Lady Tigers to a season-opening 65-60 win with 16 points, 11 rebounds and five assists.
  • Scenes From A Memorable Championship Night
    Photos from the sectional title game by the Times-Union's Gary Nieter.
  • Grinding Effort Sets Off Celebration
    The mission was clear: the path to a sectional title was going to be won on the ground.
  • Tigers Get First Football Sectional Title
    Going into Friday night, the Warsaw  football program was 0-12 against the Penn Kingsmen.

    They left Fisher Field with a 1-12 mark and a 6A sectional championship, taking home the trophy with a 35-18 win over long-time nemesis Penn.

    The Tigers didn’t throw a single pass, choosing instead to run the ball and keep the clock moving. They used the strength of 100-yard rushing games by Juan Jaramillo (146 yards and a touchdown), Wyatt Amiss (140 yards and a TD) and Blake Marsh (101 yards and three touchdowns) and a tremendous defensive effort to claim the crown.
  • Area High School Sports Recaps For Nov. 8
    Hostrawser Gets 10 Points In Triton's Win At Manchester; Vikings Open With Win; Tigers GBB Game At Valley Moved To Saturday



  • Tiger Football Looks To Keep A Good Thing Going
    Penn has spoiled many a football postseason for Warsaw.

    The No. 12-ranked Tigers (8-2) can return the favor against the unranked Kingsmen (6-4) at 7 p.m. Friday at Fisher Field during an IHSAA Class 6A sectional championship game.
  • Lady Tigers Ready To Roar Into 2019-20
    Going by the numbers, Warsaw girls basketball was very similar in both of head coach Lenny Krebs’ first two seasons.

    The Lady Tigers went 15-9 overall, 5-2 in the Northern Lakes Conference and lost in the second round of sectional play in both 2017-18 and 2018-19.

    But each team is different. Each has their own personality.
  • Tigers’ Jaramillo Takes AOW Honor
    Junior Juan Jaramillo rushed for 183 yards on 35 carries and scored three touchdowns Friday night in Warsaw’s Class 6A Sectional 2 victory at Chesterton.
  • Warsaw Sectional Title Game Tickets On Sale
    Advance tickets for Friday night’s Class 6A sectional championship football game between Penn and Warsaw are available at the Warsaw Community High School athletic office this week.
  • Grace Holds Sportsmanship Summit For Northern Lakes Conference

    Grace College and Director of Athletics Chad Briscoe welcomed student-athletes from the high schools of the Northern Lakes Conference for a Sportsmanship Summit on Monday. Student-athletes from the NLC schools attended the summit, which was designed to educate student-athletes about sportsmanship and character training in athletics.

  • Kissling Completes CC Season At State Meet
    Warsaw junior Jacob Kissling completed his cross country season with an 84th-place finish at the IHSAA State Finals in Terre Haute Saturday.
  • Jaramillo’s 3 TDs Leads Tigers To Sectional Victory
    For the third time in four years the Tigers opened football sectional play with a victory.

    Juan Jaramillo scampered 32-yards for his third touchdown of the evening for the game-winner with 3:14 remaining in the game to lead Warsaw to a 35-28 first round Class 6A Sectional victory over host Chesterton Friday.
  • ‘Formidable Foe’ Chesterton Next For Warsaw

    A sectional football championship game berth will be on the line Friday when No. 12-ranked Warsaw (7-2) travels to Chesterton (6-3).

    Kickoff at The Field of Troy is slated for 7:30 p.m. Eastern Time.

    What can the Tigers expect from the Trojans?

  • Lakeview Athletes Of The Month
    Lakeview Middle School in Warsaw announced its Athlete of the Month awards for October on Tuesday.
  • Talmas, Wottring, Mangas Among CL Weekly Honorees
    The Crossroads League Athletes of the Week were announced on Monday, recognizing the top athletes from the week of Oct. 21-27. Sports Information Directors from the league nominate student-athletes for the award and vote on each week’s winners.
  • 6 Tiger XC Runners Named All-NLC
    A total of six Warsaw cross country runners, three each from the Tigers and Lady Tigers, were named to the All-Northern Lakes Conference team Wednesday.
  • NLC Announces All-Conference Selections In VB, Soccer
    The Northern Lakes Conference announced its all-conference selections for boys and girls soccer and volleyball Tuesday morning.
  • Area High School Recaps for Oct. 19
    Triton Wins Volleyball Sectional; Regional At Culver; 2 Wawasee Runners Advance To Semistate; Tigers Fall To Penn In 5 At Volleyball Sectional; Panthers Sweep Vikings In Volleyball Sectional
  • Warsaw Wins Boys, Girls XC Regional Titles
    Runners from Tippecanoe Valley, Manchester advance to semistate.
  • Tiger Rally Falls Short At Concord
    Warsaw had a shot at a share of the 2019 Northern Lakes Conference football championship. With Plymouth losing to NorthWood, the winner of the Warsaw-Concord game would tie Plymouth for the crown.
  • Area Sports Recaps for Oct. 18
    Late Field Goal Sends Winamac Past Triton; Wabash Downs Whitko; Area CC Runners Honored; VB Sectional Results
  • Warsaw Sweeps Concord, Moves Into Sectional Semis
    Fueled by its ability to squelch the opponent’s offense, Warsaw’s attack got on a roll Thursday on the way to beating Concord in the IHSAA Class 4A Goshen Sectional volleyball tournament.
  • Area High School Football Previews
    Warsaw (7-1, 5-1 Northern Lakes Conference) at Concord (7-1, 5-1); Southwood (8-0 overall, 7-0 TRC) at Tippecanoe Valley (6-2, 6-1); Wawasee (1-7, 0-6 NLC) at Goshen (1-7, 0-6); Triton (2-6, 1-5 Hoosier North Athletic) at Winamac (3-5, 1-5); Peru (4-4 overall, 3-4 TRC) at Manchester (2-6, 2-5); Wabash (3-5 overall, 2-5 TRC) at Whitko (0-8, 0-7)
  • CC Sectional Winner Kissling Is AOW
    While Warsaw boys cross country coach Jim Mills says there’s nothing fancy about him, Tiger junior Jacob Kissling went about his business Saturday in winning the Culver Academies Sectional and being tabbed the Times-Union Athlete of the Week for Oct. 7-12.
  • Marsh Scores 3 TDs In Warsaw’s Senior Night Win
    The Warsaw Tigers used a great defensive effort and a three-touchdown night by senior Blake Marsh to defeat NorthWood 35-14 in a soggy, cold Northern Lakes Conference football game Friday night.
  • Lady Tigers Roll To 3A Sectional Title Match
    The Warsaw Tigers were in complete control Thursday night with a 9-0 victory over Fort Wayne South Side Archers in the 3A Warsaw girls soccer sectional semifinal.
  • Lady Tiger VB Beats Concord; Ashmore Records 950th Career Win
    Plus volleyball, sectional girls soccer results, late Wednesday boys soccer results
  • Lady Tigers To Host 4A Basketball Sectional
    Basketball sectional assignments for the 2020 Indiana high school postseason.
  • Area High School Football Previews
    NorthWood at Warsaw, Tippecanoe Valley at Manchester, Elkhart Memorial at Wawasee, Triton at Knox and Whitko at Northfield
  • High School Sports Recaps For Oct. 8

    Lady Squires Win Sectional Soccer Opener Over Blackford; Tigers Tennis Season Ends In Regional, plus volleyball and middle school scores.

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  • No. 19 Warsaw Girls Soccer Rolls In Sectional Opener
    The Fort Wayne Wayne Generals had a quick response to Warsaw’s first goal, but ultimately had no answer for the Class 3A 19th-ranked Lady Tigers Tuesday evening.
  • No. 9 Warsaw Upset In Boys Soccer Sectional
    Concord engineered an about-face rarely seen in soccer, one that meant a season-ending slap in the face for Warsaw.
  • Steffensmeier’s Late Goal Earns Share Of NLC Title, AOW Honor
    Warsaw senior soccer player Abby Steffensmeier scored a match-tying goal with 11 seconds to play Thursday, allowing the Lady Tigers to get a 1-1 draw with Northridge and share the Northern Lakes Conference title with the Raiders.
  • Warsaw Boys Win NLC CC Outright, Girls Share Title
    Warsaw boys are 2019 Northern Lakes Conference cross country outright champions and Tiger girls are co-champions.

    By going 7-0 in NLC meets and winning the conference meet Saturday at Ox Bow County Park, the Jim Mills-coached WCHS boys reigned over the eight-team field.
  • Tigers Tennis Takes 8th Straight Sectional Title
    Host Warsaw won its eighth consecutive boys tennis sectional tournament, and 32nd overall, Saturday with a not-as-easy-as-it-looked 5-0 win over Wawasee.