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  • 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.

  • 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.
  • Tigers Hold Off Early Effort By Wawasee, Keep ‘W’ Trophy
    The Wawasee Warriors marched 80 yards to pay dirt in 14 plays on their opening drive to jump on Warsaw in Friday night’s annual football clash for the “W” trophy at Fisher Field. The Tigers were able to put things back in order the rest of the way en route to a 42-18 homecoming victory.
  • WCHS?Alum Beckham Runs At Notre Dame
    Butler University sophomore Mia Beckham (246) runs beside teammate Camille Hines (249) and Iowa's Anna Hostetler (547) during Friday's Joe Piane cross country invitational at Notre Dame.
  • Lady Tigers, Northridge Tie For NLC Title
    It was a senior night to remember for Abby Steffensmeier and the Warsaw Tigers.

    Warsaw tied Northridge Raiders to a score of 1-1 to earn Northern Lakes Conference co-champion honors, thanks to a right-footed equalizing blast with just 11 seconds left in the match.
  • Tigers Drop ‘Bizarre’ Key NLC Match
    Warsaw’s vision of a perfect Northern Lakes Conference boys soccer season imploded into something unsightly during a “crazy, bizarre” and ultimately disheartening Thursday night for the Tigers at Northridge.
  • Warsaw, Wawasee Advance To Tennis Sectional Final
    Wawasee and host Warsaw took very different paths to the Saturday’s boys tennis sectional championship, with the Tigers getting a 5-0 sweep of Tippecanoe Valley and the Warriors getting a dramatic 3-2 win over Columbia City in Thursday’s semifinals.
  • Area High School Football Previews
    Previews of Wawasee at Warsaw, Manchester at Whitko, Tippecanoe Valley at Maconaquah and North Judson at Triton.
  • Tiger Boys, Girls Soccer Go For NLC Titles Today
    Warsaw seeks to close out perfect Northern Lakes Conference seasons in both boys and girls soccer tonight with matchups against fellow league contender Northridge.
  • M; anchester Soccer Teams Both Claim Conference?Titles, and much more!
  • Girls Golf Season Ends In Regional Tourney
    Playing on a sloppy track, Wawasee placed eighth and Warsaw 14th in the IHSAA East Noble Regional girls golf tournament Monday at Noble Hawk Golf Links.
  • Tigers Roll Past Goshen In NLC Play
    The Warsaw Tigers made two trips to Foreman Field in Goshen over the weekend. After being sent home Friday night because the lightning never ceased, Warsaw returned at 10 a.m. Saturday to hand the Goshen Redhawks their fifth straight loss 48-10 in a Northern Lakes Conference football game.
  • Friday And Saturday’s High School Sports Results
    Recaps and statistics from high school football, soccer, cross country and volleyball.
  • IHSAA Soccer Sectional Brackets
    Brackets for every boys and girls soccer team in the Times-Union coverage area.
  • Lightning Causes Issues With Area High School?Football Games
    Of the five high school football games scheduled  for Friday night involving teams from the Times-Union coverage area, three were postponed having never kicked off, another was delayed before finishing and the fifth ended early, all due to lightning from thunderstorms crossing northern Indiana.
  • Tigers Win Home Finale, Courtois Honored
    Frank Courtois was caught off guard.

    His Warsaw Tigers were not, though.

    With a crisp performance nearly throughout, they moved a step closer to presenting their retiring head coach with his first Northern Lakes Conference boys soccer title by beating Goshen 2-1 in their home finale Thursday night.
  • Warsaw’s Greene Taking Advantage Of Second Chance
    Warsaw’s Aaron Greene has stepped up in critical roles on both offense and defense for the Tiger football team to spell injured teammates during the past two games. He engineered two touchdown drives in the second half at quarterback to hold off a hard-charging Elkhart Memorial comeback.
  • WCS Celebrates Grand Opening Of New Sports Pavilion
    Warsaw Community High School recently celebrated the opening of the new Warsaw Sports Pavilion located between the tennis courts and soccer fields. This new pavilion was made possible through the support of parents from both the boys’ and girls’ soccer teams and boys’ tennis who raised the funds necessary to create the structure.
  • Tigers Wrap Up 7-0 NLC Season; Valley Tennis Edges Whitko
  • Increased Numbers Prime Warsaw’s Girls Rugby Season
    As the 2019 fall sports seasons run thier course, high school athletes around the nation are getting geared up and ready to go.

    Football players are donning their pads, soccer players are breaking out their cleats and volleyball players are practicing their serves.

    At Warsaw Community High School, one of the school’s most successful – yet often overlooked – teams is prepping for the upcoming year. The Warsaw girls rugby team has one of the finest track records in the state, boasting three state championships (2005, 2016, 2019) and two state runner-up finishes (2013, 2014) since the program’s formation in 2003. Several Warsaw alumni have gone on to play on scholarship at the college level as well.
  • Pairings Announced For Unified Flag Football State Tournament
    The Indiana High School Athletic Association announced the pairings for the Second Annual Unified Flag Football  State Tournament Series Monday evening.
  • Warsaw, Wawasee Advance To Girls Golf Regional
    Though NorthWood dominated Saturday's girls golf sectional at Stonehenge, the Wawasee Lady Warriors, Warsaw Lady Tigers and Whitko's Guinny Garr did exactly what they needed to do ... survive and advance.
  • Warsaw Overcomes Early Deficit In Win Over Raiders
    The Warsaw Tigers led 21-13 over  Northridge, starting a drive at their own 49-yard line with 5:00 left in the fourth quarter. On the fourth play of the drive Keagan Larsh ran a blazing 34 yards to pay dirt on a counter play, putting the Tigers ahead for what proved to be a 28-13 Northern Lakes Conference win at Fisher Field Friday night.
  • Recruiting Process Different For Tiger’s Mevis
    Warsaw Tiger punter and placekicker Harrison Mevis recently took care of his college academic and athletic plans last week when he committed to the University of Missouri.
  • Area High School Football Previews
    Northridge (3-1, 1-1 Northern Lakes Conference) at Warsaw (3-1, 1-1); Triton (2-2, 1-1 Hoosier North) at Culver Community (2-2, 0-2); Tippecanoe Valley (3-1 overall, 3-0 TRC) at Rochester (3-1, 3-0); North Miami (2-2 overall, 1-2 TRC) at Whitko (0-4, 0-3); Northfield (0-4 overall, 0-3 TRC) at Manchester (1-3, 1-2); Wawasee (1-3, 0-2 NLC) at NorthWood (2-2, 1-1)
  • High School Sports Recaps And Results For Sept. 18
    Warrior Tennis Picks Up Non-Conference Win Over Host Manchester; Lady Squires Trip Whitko; Valley Soccer Beats Zebras and much more.
  • Warsaw Boys Tennis Edges Wawasee
    Warsaw got wins in both doubles positions and at No. 3 singles, just enough for a 3-2 win at Wawasee in a Northern Lakes Conference boys tennis match Tuesday.
  • Wawasee 4th, Warsaw 5th In NLC Girls Golf Tournament
    Belle Brunner shot an 82 Saturday to help Wawasee place fourth at the Northern Lakes Conference girls golf championship staged at Stonehenge Golf Club.

    Brunner fired rounds of 40 and 42.
  • Warsaw Wins Thriller At Memorial
    “Next man up!”

    It’s heard in sports, the military, and on the job. The Warsaw Tigers called on junior quarterback Aaron Green and sophomore halfback Julius Jones to step into a very hard-fought game in the second half and contribute to the Tigers 38-35 victory over the Elkhart Memorial Crimson Chargers.

    “It’s next man up (in our program)!” Tiger head coach Bart Curtis said.
  • Warsaw Kicker Mevis Commits To Missouri
    Warsaw senior kicker Harrison Mevis, via Twitter, announced he is “100% Committed!” to sign a letter of intent to play at the University of Missouri, a member of the Southeastern Conference in Columbia, Mo.
  • Tigers Win Weather-Shortened Match
    Alex Brown didn’t know it at the time, but the Warsaw senior proved to be a pinch faster than lightning — even with an injured hip.

    Brown’s header goal with 4:59 to play lifted the Class 3A No. 11-ranked Tigers to a 2-1 victory over No. 10 host Penn in a boys soccer showdown featuring an abrupt ending Thursday night.
  • Warrior VB Swept By RedHawks; No. 11 Lakewood Park Blanks Cougars
  • Area High School Football Previews
    Warsaw at Elkhart Memorial; 5A No. 5 Concord at Wawasee;  Bremen at Triton; Manchester at Rochester; North Miami at Tippecanoe Valley; Whitko at Maconaquah
  • Boys and Girls Soccer, Volleyball, Boys Tennis
  • Rockies Spoil Warsaw’s Conference Opener, 24-19
    The Warsaw Tigers’ sixth bid for a 3-0 won-loss record was thwarted by the Plymouth Rockies in a contest that had its share of peaks and valleys for both teams.
  • Area High School Recaps For Sept. 6
    Tippecanoe Valley Downs Peru, Stays Unbeaten In TRC; Zebras Down Wildcats; Raiders Blank Warriors; Late Thursday Results
  • Area High School Recaps For Sept. 6
    Triton Volleyball Gets Conference Win Over Culver Community; No. 11 Warsaw Beats Luers; Squires Down Vikings; Valley Rolls Past Lancers; Lady Tiger Golf Splits; Oak Hill Edges Lady Squires; LCA Falls To Argos; Triton Drops 2 Matches; Concord Blanks Wawasee
  • Area High School Football Previews
    Plymouth (1-1, 0-0 Northern Lakes Conference) at Warsaw (2-0, 0-0) Wawasee (1-1, 0-0 NLC) at Northridge (2-0, 0-0); Caston (0-2, 0-1 HNAC) at Triton (1-1, 0-1); Rochester (1-1 overall, 1-0 TRC) at Whitko (0-2, 0-1) ; Tippecanoe Valley (1-1 overall, 1-0 TRC) at Peru (2-0, 1-0); Wabash (1-1 overall, 0-1 TRC) at Manchester (0-2, 0-1)
  • Mevis ‘Back Home Again’ Saturday
    There has been a member of the Mevis family handling punting, kickoff and placekicking duties for the Warsaw Tiger football program each football season since 2014. Andrew Mevis first planted his foot in Warsaw turf as a sophomore. His powerful right leg made Tiger football fans accustomed to seeing kickoffs go for touchbacks, long field goals making the difference in close games, and coffin-corner punts that pinned opponents inside the 20-yard line.

    The 2017 Warsaw Community High School graduate is still handling these duties as a collegiate kicker at the Division I Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) for Fordham University.
  • Warsaw’s Curtis Tabbed Colts/NFL Coach Of The Week
    Bart Curtis of Warsaw Community High School has been named the Colts/NFL Coach of the Week, a program presented by Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield, the Indianapolis Colts announced Wednesday.
  • Tigers Look Sharp In Conference Road Win Over Concord
    arsaw’s total domination of Concord proved no passing fancy, though fancy passing was a featured part of the performance.

    The Tigers ruled the host Minutemen wire to wire in all phases for a eye-openingly easy 6-0
  • Triton Volleyball Gets Conference Win Over Knox; Whitko Tennis Wins; Tigers Tame Pilgrims; Wawasee Golf Splits; Plymouth Handles Triton; Valley Falls To Knox; Late Tuesday results, Middle school sports results
  • Moments Like Warsaw Football Had Friday Are Precious
    When I was little and listening to Cubs games with my mom while snapping green beans and shucking corn on our eight-acre paradise south of Argos, I wanted to be a radio play-by-play announcer for several reasons.
  • Area High School Recaps for Sept. 3
    Warsaw Boys, Girls CC Get NLC Victories At Goshen; Triton Tennis Blanks Lancers In HNAC Play; Tigers Edged By RedHawks;

    Warrior Volleyball Downs Manchester; Lady Squires Get TRC Win; Squire Golf Beats Whitko, West Noble; Valley Drops A Pair Of TRC Girls Golf Matches; Squires Blank Valley; Warrior CC Hosts Plymouth, Northridge; Warriors Blanked By Memorial In NLC Play; Area Postponements
  • Warsaw Upends 5A No. 5 Michigan City
    The Warsaw Tigers traveled to the Region to face the Michigan City Wolves for the first time since 1922. They entered the game as a two-touchdown underdog, and fans entered with a mindset this game was going to be a program builder win or lose.