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  • Hoskins’ 67 Leads Tiger Linksters To NLC Title
    The Warsaw Tigers entered Saturday’s 2022 Northern Lakes Conference (NLC) boys’ golf tournament tied with the Northridge Raiders at 6-1 in the regular season standings. Warsaw used a convincing 6-stroke victory by Cal Hoskins accompanied by three other Tiger golfers among the top ten finishers to clinch the outright NLC title Saturday at Black Squirrel Golf Course.
  • Winds Blow Valley’s Way In Softball Finale
    A Southwestern wind ranging from 10 to 25 miles per hour was blowing from home plate to center and right center field late Friday afternoon in the Tippecanoe Valley Vikings’ final home game.
  • Local High School Sports Recaps For 5/19
    Baseball, Softball, Boys Track
  • WARSAW – Warsaw continued its traditional dominance in sectional action Tuesday night with its 15th straight (excluding the COVID shutdown) IHSAA girls’ track and field sectional title. Most of the Tiger athletes were in diapers or were starting pre-school the last time the Warsaw girls’ squad did not win a sectional (2006).
  • Baseball, Softball, Girls Track and Boys Golf
  • Local High School Sports Recaps For 5/16
    Baseball, Softball and Girls Tennis
  • 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.
  • Local High School Sports Recaps For 5/12
    Baseball, Softball, Boys Golf and Girls Tennis
  • Baseball, Softball and Girls Tennis
  • Feels Like Old Times For Tigers At Boys, Girls’ NLC Meet
    It felt like old times for the Warsaw Tigers boys’ and girls’ track and field squads at the 400-meter oval in the Tiger Athletic Complex (TAC) Tuesday night with both squads hoisting championship hardware at the 2022 Northern Lakes Conference championship meet.
  • 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
  • Girls Track, Boys Golf and Girls Tennis
  • Local High School Sports Recaps For 5/2
    Baseball, Softball and Girls Tennis
  • Huntington North Softball Sweeps Tigers
    The Warsaw Tigers hosted the Huntington North Vikings in a softball doubleheader where the guests captured two five-inning IHSAA mercy rule wins 14-2, and 15-2 Saturday at the Tiger Softball Complex.
  • Local High School Sports Recaps For 4/29 & 4/28
    Baseball, Softball, Boys Golf and Girls Tennis
  • Carmel Captures Max Truex Team Title, Tigers Finish 4th
    The 2022 Max Truex Invitational is a meet honoring the Warsaw native who was an Olympian runner and record holder formatted to evaluate the team depth of the customary eight or nine competing squads. Most of these squads make deep runs at regional and state level.
  • Tiger Softball Drops Fifth Straight 14-3
    The Warsaw Tigers softball team suffered its fifth loss in five days in Friday night’s Northern Lakes Conference (NLC) clash 14-3 at the hands of the Concord Minutemen. The most recent loss among the five-game skid puts the Tigers at 1-5 in the NLC and 3-8 overall.
  • 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
  • Tiger Boys’ Track Posts Dominant Conference Win
    The Warsaw Tigers hosted Times-Union area Northern Lakes Conference (NLC) foe Wawasee along with Northridge for Senior Night in a double-dual meet resulting in wins by the Tigers over the Wawasee Warriors 123-9, and over the Northridge Raiders 87-45.
  • Tiger Softball’s 5-Run Sixth Clinches 9-3 NLC Win
    The Warsaw Tigers softball team padded their 4-0 lead over the Plymouth Pilgrims with a five-run sixth inning to move to 1-1 in the Northern Lakes Conference (NLC), and 3-3 overall with a 9-3 win at the Tiger Softball Complex Friday night.
  • Local High School Sports Recaps For 4/19
    Baseball, Softball, Track and Girls Tennis
  • Baseball, Softball, Track and Girls Tennis
  • Extra Ingredients Lead To Warsaw Weekend Track & Field Win
    The Warsaw Tigers boys’ track and field team has, in recent years, been a program whose strengths were mostly among middle- and long-distance running events. The Tigers added three more ingredients – field event depth, sprints, and hurdles - to capture the team title in Saturday’s Chesterton Relays.
  • Baseball, Softball, Track, Boys Golf and Girls Tennis
  • Warsaw Edges Huntington North In Extra Innings
    It was a back and forth game on a windy day at Tiger Field Thursday, as the Warsaw Tigers baseball team edged the Vikings from Huntington North 11-10 in eight innings in their first home game of the 2022 season.
  • Knights Tame Tigers 14-9 In Softball Opener
    The Warsaw Tigers softball team jumped out to 2-0 lead in the opening inning of their opening game Tuesday night at the Tiger Softball Complex. Their guests, however, the East Noble Knights, had three big innings taming the Tigers enroute to a 14-9 non-conference win.
  • Stats Only Scratch The Surface for POTY Jaxson Gould
    MaxPreps, ESPN and CBS Sports are among numerous available sources for high school basketball stats. You’ll likely find plenty of stats for Warsaw’s Jaxson Gould, the 2022 boys’ basketball Times-Union Player of the Year, in MaxPreps at the very least.
  • Local Area Hoopsters Named To All-Conference Teams
    Both the Northern Lakes and Hoosier North Athletic conferences announced their respective all-conference teams for boys basketball Monday, honoring five local area athletes.
  • Tigers Drop Sectional Opener To Penn
    Matt Moore completed his second season as Warsaw boys basketball coach by getting fired up for his third.

    With a caveat.
  • Warsaw Hoopsters Enjoy Champions’ Week Energy
    The Warsaw Tigers boys’ basketball team just completed Champions’ Week in practice at the Tiger Den Wednesday, followed by a ten-minute game with the Carrol Chargers’ Champions Friday night in Huntertown.
  • Warsaw Finishes Regular Season With Win Over Carroll
    After a home-heavy first half of the season, the Warsaw Tigers finished a second half, road game-filled gauntlet with a 62-50 victory over the Carroll Chargers. Warsaw finishes its regular season with a 16-7 record.
  • TBL – A Different League - Showcased Locally Last Night And Tonight
    The Basketball League (TBL) CEO Evelyn Magley holds the distinction as the first African American woman to ever own a male professional sports league in the United States. This CEO fluidly mentions the tagline “TBL – a different league” when she discusses what makes TBL so special.
  • Warsaw Athletic Hall Of Fame Welcomes Inaugural Class
    After having to wait an extra year due to COVID-19, the inaugural class of the Warsaw Community High School Athletic Hall of Fame was honored and inducted at the Heritage Room in Winona Lake Thursday night.
  • Tigers’ Dominant Third Quarter Leads To 56-40 Win Over Vikings
    Isaiah 11:6 reads, “…and a little child shall lead them.” Warsaw freshman Carson Gould, the team’s backup point guard, was challenged by Tiger head coach Matt Moore to assemble a team to start the second half determined to reverse their fortunes. Gould the Younger had one quarter of eligibility left due to the periods he was used in the junior varsity game.
  • 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.
  • Longtime Warsaw, Grace PA Announcer Ron Henry Retires
    The seniors of the Warsaw boys basketball team weren’t the only ones honored during the Tigers’ last home game of the season Friday night. It was the final basketball game of the 66-year career of public address announcer Ron Henry, who is retiring after Warsaw wraps up baseball season in the spring.
  • Warsaw Finishes Perfect Week By Pushing Past Plymouth
    After picking up road victories over Mishawaka and Marion on Tuesday and Wednesday, the Warsaw Tigers boys basketball team finished off a perfect week by taking down their rivals from Plymouth 55-36 at the Tiger Den to celebrate Senior Night Friday.
  • Warsaw Takes Down Mishawaka 52-46
    Warsaw hadn’t played a boys basketball game inside The Cave in 33 years, but that sure didn’t make the Tigers forget how to shoot at Indiana’s oldest high school gym still in regular use.
  • Grace/WCHS To Host Professional Basketball Games
    Grace College and Warsaw Community High School are partnering to host a pair of professional basketball games in late February.

    The Basketball League (TBL) is a growing minor league basketball league, which began in 2018. The Indiana All-Americans of the TBL will take on the Sudbury Five of Canada’s National Basketball League. The teams will face off at Grace’s Manahan Orthopaedic Capital Center on Thursday, Feb. 24 at 7:30 p.m.
  • Area Wrestlers Survive, Advance From Penn Regional
    22 of 34 area wrestlers who battled in the Penn Regional Saturday will advance to the East Chicago Semistate this coming weekend. The Wawasee Warriors led the way among area teams with a third-place team finish (106.5 points) and 8 semistate qualifiers. Backyard rivals Penn (214.5 points), and 2022 Northern Lakes Conference (NLC) champion Mishawaka (176.5 points) finished first and second respectively.
  • Warsaw Holding Heads High After Sectional Loss To Penn
    A deathly quiet Warsaw locker room spoke volumes about how much these Tigers cared, and about how much they had invested.

    And just in case you’re not sure, coach Lenny Krebs spoke it, too.
  • Warsaw Bowling Eyes Championship In Second Trip To State
    With a chance to make history and win the first state title in the history of the program, the Warsaw bowling team has already reached tremendous heights this season. The Tigers are one of the final 12 teams remaining in the state and will bowl for a chance to be crowned champions of Indiana Saturday at Pro Bowl West in Fort Wayne.
  • A quartet of Wawasee Warriors and a Warsaw Tiger were named to the All-Northern Lakes Conference wrestling team Tuesday.
  • Area Wrestlers Have Strong Sectional Showing
    34 Times-Union readership area athletes among four schools had a strong performance in Saturday’s Plymouth wrestling sectional. These athletes advance to this coming Saturday’s Penn sectional at 9 a.m. The Wawasee Warriors (12 regional qualifiers) finished second in team scoring (249.5 points) to the host Plymouth Rockies (250.5 points), who clinched the team title with a major decision victory in the 285-pound championship bout, the afternoon’s final match.
  • Gould’s Last-Second Shot Sinks Lions 44-43
    If readers believe they are seeing a recycled headline, think again. Jaxson Gould, for the second straight season, hit a baseline jumper, and this year he sunk it with 2.6 seconds left in the game to give the Warsaw Tigers boys’ basketball team a 44-43 win over the Elkhart Lions in the Tiger Den Saturday night reminiscent of last year’s last-second 57-56 over Elkhart in North Side Gym.
  • Top-Ranked Panthers Cruise To Win Over Warsaw
    NorthWood’s ranked No. 1 in Class 3A, and if it were possible for the Panthers to ascend even higher, Warsaw might not object.

    Led by junior guard Cade Brenner’s 31-point, nine-rebound, three-assist, three-steal performance, host NorthWood sailed past the Tigers 70-51 in boys high school basketball Friday night before a near-capacity crowd estimated at 3,500.
  • Tiger Boys Pull Off Upset, Topple #5 Valpo 57-51
    The Warsaw Tigers boys’ basketball team opened a rare boys’/girls’ varsity doubleheader in the Tiger Den by toppling Class 4A #5 Valparaiso 57-51. The Tigers executed a solid team effort where two- and three-men combos within the Tigers’ starting lineup contributed in varied statistical categories.
  • Tiger Girls’ Hoops NLC Champs For First Time Since 2013
    The Warsaw Tigers girls’ basketball squad had much cause to celebrate in the nightcap of the boys’ and girls’ basketball doubleheader in the Tiger Den Saturday night. They started the evening honoring five senior athletes and finished the evening hoisting the Northern Lakes Conference (NLC) championship trophy following their 60-24 victory over the Concord Minutemen.
  • After Furious Comeback, Warsaw Falls At Concord
    Warsaw erased a 12-point deficit in the fourth quarter then lost on a shot just before the final buzzer.

    The Tigers were down 42-31 to Concord with 6:27 to play only to pull even at 56-all on a turnover and 3-pointer by junior Jaxson Gould with 45 seconds to go Friday, Jan. 21 in Northern Lakes Conference boys basketball at McCuen Gym.
  • WCS Announce 3rd Annual “We Are Tigers” Auction And Dinner
    History will be made and remembered at the 3rd Annual “We Are Tigers” Dinner and Auction on Thursday, February 24, at The Heritage Room in Winona Lake. The first-ever induction class of the Warsaw Athletics Hall of Fame will take place near the end of the evening. That class includes 10 individual state champions and one team state champion. The first class, as voted on by the Warsaw Hall of Fame Committee, is the Class of 2021, the year of their state championship.
  • Lady Tigers Batttle, But Come Up Short Against Homestead
    The Homestead Spartans showed the Warsaw Tigers girls’ basketball fans why they are the state’s number one team in Class 4A in their 59-46 win over Warsaw in the Tiger Den Tuesday night.
  • Tigers Build Just Enough Cushion To Edge RedHawks
    Warsaw built a plush cushion with “as good a half as we’ve played at both ends all year,” then needed every single fiber stuffed into that cushion during the second half while hanging on for a 48-47 Northern Lakes Conference boys high school basketball win over Goshen on Friday night at the Tiger Den.