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  • Tigers Top Eagles In Season Opener
    COLUMBIA CITY – At times, the play in Friday night’s high school football season opener between the Warsaw Tigers and host Columbia City Eagles was as sloppy as the rain-soaked, muddy field.
  • Warsaw Tigers Entering New Season, Era
    In a backup quarterback role, Josh West completed 2 of 3 pass attempts for 10 yards and carried the ball nine times for 16 yards during the 2017 high school football season.
  • The Warsaw Tigers were able to weather the storm in more ways than one Wednesday evening.
  • ARGOS – The scoreboard at Eugene Snyder Field showed a 1-1 tie.
  • Manchester Wins TRC Match Over Peru; Valley Competes Against Lady Norsemen; Lady Warriors 2nd
  • KENDALLVILLE – Led by three seniors that shot the best 18-hole round of their prep careers, the Warsaw Lady Tigers shot a 359 and finished third among nine teams in Saturday’s East Noble Invitational at Noble Hawk Golf Links.
  • Prep Roundup: Warsaw Golfers Top Chesterton, Triton
    Led by senior Izzy Ray, the Warsaw Lady Tigers won a three-way girls golf match Thursday at Stonehenge Golf Club.
  • Tigers Open Season With New Coach
    Warsaw Community High School's new football coach wants to honor and respect the past, but move forward at the same time.
  • Second Annual Don Dicken Appreciation Golf Tournament; Fall Sports Practice Times For Valley; WCHS Adult Tiger Booster Club Ads; Warsaw Football Practice Info.
  • Second Annual Don Dicken Appreciation Golf Tournament; Manchester University Football To Host Golf Outing; Fall Sports Practice Times For Valley; WCHS Adult Tiger Booster Club Ads; Warsaw Football Practice Info.
  • Warsaw Teen Eyes Equestrian Dream
    A Warsaw teen hopes to achieve her dreams in the horse competition world.
  • Burkhart Aces No. 2 At Rozella Ford; WCHS Adult Tiger Booster Club Ads; Manchester Football To Host Golf Outing
  • Lakeview/Edgewood Golf Scramble; Manchester Football To Host Golf Outing
  • WCHS Adult Tiger Booster Club Ads; Akron Fourth Of July 3-On-3 Tournament; Manchester Football To Host Golf Outing
  • Warsaw Attack Wins 12U Super State Tournament
    The Warsaw Attack 12U baseball team won its division of the BPA Super State Tournament, which was held at the City-County Athletic Complex in
  • Warsaw Attack Wins BPA Super State Tournament
    The Warsaw Attack 9U baseball team went undefeated over the weekend and won the BPA Super State Tournament in dominating fashion at the
  • VINCENNES – Vincennes University has named Warsaw native Randy Heisler as the head coach for men’s and women’s Cross Country and Track and Field. Heisler comes to VU after more than 30 years of coaching experience at the NCAA Div. 1 level.
  • Kruschwitz Last Local Golfer Standing
    In terms of local high school golfers, Manchester sophomore Harley Kruschwitz is the last man standing.
  • Warsaw Tiger Football Camps Registration
    The Warsaw Community High School football team will be holding camps from June 25-29 at Fisher Field.
  • NLC Tabs All-Conference Baseball Squad; TRC Baseball, Softball All-Conference Teams
  • Boys Compete At State Meet; Griner Finishes Eighth
    BLOOMINGTON – The Indiana high school boys track and field state meet was held at Indiana University on Saturday.
  • BLOOMINGTON – Indiana University hosted the Indiana High School Girls Track and Field State Finals on Friday.
  • Tigers Take Team Title; Kruschwitz Medalist
    One of the strengths of Warsaw’s boys golf team, said second-year coach Rich Haddad, is its depth.
  • The Northern Lakes Conference announced its softball all-conference team on Wednesday. 
  • Ciseros Signs Letter Of Intent With Davenport University
    Warsaw’s Grisel Ciseros will be joining Davenport University to continue her academic and rugby careers.
  • Linton Inks Letter Of Intent With Queens University
    Warsaw’s Sara Linton will be attending Queens University of Charlotte to continue her academic and rugby careers.
  • Warsaw Area Girls Rugby Team Wins Super League State Title
    The Warsaw Area Girls rugby team completed their season by winning the Rugby Indiana’s Super League state title on Monday. 
  • Warsaw Area Girls Middle School Rugby Team Finishes Second
    The Warsaw Area Girls rugby team finished second in the Indiana State Championships.
  • Triton Earns Second-Place Finish In 18-Team Match; Kruschwitz Medals; Squires Finish Fourth; Valley Ends Season In Sectional Semifinal
  • Bays To Play Football For Manchester University
    Warsaw Tiger Football lineman Keegan Bays has selected Manchester University to continue his education and play football.
  • Estepp To Wrestle For Ancilla College
    Warsaw Community High School senior Dillon Estepp has selected Ancilla College for his next official weigh in.
  • The Elkhart Central boys track and field team won the Warsaw Regional on Thursday night with 68.5 points, capturing its first regional title since 1995.
  • OSCEOLA – Warsaw wrapped up its 2018 high school baseball season Thursday.
  • CULVER – Warsaw senior Ella Knight won her battle Wednesday evening.

    The Plymouth Lady Pilgrims, however, won the war.
  • Kacy Bragg Chooses To Play Volleyball At Taylor
    Warsaw junior multi-sport standout Kacy Bragg has chosen to sign a letter of intent to attend Taylor University in the fall of 2019 and play volleyball for the Trojans.
  • Madison Haines Signs Letter Of Intent With Manchester
    Warsaw Community High School track and field senior Madison Haines has announced her intention to attend Manchester University this fall and compete with the Spartan track and field program. 
  • Triton Spring Sports Awards Night; Lakeview/Edgewood Golf Scramble
  • Warsaw’s John Svinarich Commits To Franklin College
    Warsaw Community High School defensive and offensive line standout John Svinarich has announced he will attend Franklin College in the fall and compete for the Grizzlies and coach Mike Leonard. 
  • Trio Of Lancers Named All-League; 2018 Tiger Swim School Registration; Valley Named Unified Champion School
  • Warsaw Netters Blank Lady Squires
    CULVER – With all eyes on their match, Warsaw’s No. 2 doubles team of juniors Rachel Yeager and Raegan Merchant rallied to win a three-set thriller in Tuesday’s regional semifinals at Culver Academies.
  • ELKHART – In their second matchup in a week, the Elkhart Central softball team defeated Warsaw 2-0 in the opening round of the Elkhart Memorial Sectional on Tuesday.
  • KOKOMO – The Warsaw Lady Tiger track and field team won the Kokomo Regional on Tuesday.
  • Three Ranked Teams Highlight Bob Turner Classic; Melanson Knocks In Four; Valley Blanks Winamac
  • Panthers Edge Tigers For NLC Title
    Their goal was to win the Northern Lakes Conference championship, and the Warsaw Tigers came within a few strokes of doing just that.
  • Manchester Scores 37 Runs In Doubleheader Action; Lakers Sink Warriors; Valley Baseball Falls Twice; Warsaw Splits Two Games In Tiger Tournament; Manchester Softball Blanks Warsaw; Unified Track Sectional
  • Middle School Track & Field
  • Warsaw Captures Sectional Crown
    The Warsaw Lady Tiger tennis team claimed its 18th-straight sectional title on Friday by defeating Wawasee 4-1.
  • Warsaw’s Offense Shines Against Valley
    AKRON – The Warsaw softball team won 9-0 at Tippecanoe Valley on Friday.
  • Middle School Track & Field
  • Warsaw’s Miller Signs With Taylor
    Warsaw football defensive back and special teams standout Kendal Miller has signed a letter of intent to continue his academic and athletic careers at Taylor University.
  • Whitko Places Third In Plymouth Boys T&F Sectional; Manchester Beats Valley, Whitko At Round Barn; Squires Roll Past Wabash; Adams Scores Early, Routs Wawasee Softball; Hopkins Smashes Two Home Runs; Whitko Wins; Offense Ignites Lady Tigers Over Memorial; Mishawaka Scores Twice In Seventh, Beats Warsaw; Whitko Falls At Bluffton
  • Middle School Golf; T. Valley Middle School Golf Awards
  • Locals Advance To Boys Track Regional
    GOSHEN – Goshen High School hosted the boys track and field sectional Thursday and won the programs first title since 1943.
  • SYRACUSE – Wawasee’s boys golf team saved its best for last.
  • As has been the case every year since 1995, either Warsaw or Wawasee is going to win a girls tennis sectional title tonight.
  • Wawasee Advances Past Whitko In Sectional Play; Lady Squires Escape With First-Round Victory; Woody Hurls Complete Game; Warriors Win; Patton Crushes Home Run; Warsaw Falls At Home; Sturtsman Strikes Out 14; Squires Down Zebras; Concord Scores Late, Defeats Wawasee
  • Tracksters Compete At Rochester Girls T&F Sectional; Central Downs Warsaw; Whitko Cruises Past Maconaquah; Hensley Hurls One-Hitter, Leads Triton Over Knox; Wawasee’s Late Rally Not Enough Against Fairfield; Kruschwitz Medals; Squires Beat North Miami
  • Lady Tigers Extend Sectional Title Streak
    Though dark clouds hovered above the Tigers Athletic Complex Tuesday evening, there was no precipitation.
  • On a cloudy Tuesday evening, the Warsaw Tiger golf team played through some tough course conditions and shot the team’s lowest nine-hole score of the season.
  • In the second matchup of the season between Warsaw and Concord, the Minutemen won 8-5 over the Tigers in high school baseball action Monday.

    In the Northern Lakes Conference showdown, Warsaw (5-13, 3-10 NLC) was looking to sweep the season series, but a six-run sixth inning by Concord (4-12, 4-6 NLC) put an end to those thoughts.
  • Manchester Netters Finish With Perfect TRC Record; Valley Falls At Northfield; Goshen’s Early Start Helps Defeat Wawasee; Myers Leads Valley Over North Miami; Late Rally Lifts Knox Over Triton In HNAC Play; Squires Score In Seventh To Beat Apaches; North Miami Cruises Past Tippecanoe Valley; Concord Routs Warsaw; Wawasee Golf Loses To NorthWood, Plymouth
  • Tigers Win 15-Team Culver Academies Invitational; TRC Boys Golf Match; Lady Wildcats’ Offense Explodes For 18 Hits; Squires Split Twin Bill; Northern Lakes Holds Tennis Tournament
  • Warsaw Lady Tigers Fall To Northridge
    Leading 1-0, the Warsaw Lady Tigers gave up three runs in the top of the sixth inning Friday night.
  • Matt Thacker Named Fairfield High School Football Coach
    GOSHEN – Fairfield High School announced on Thursday that Matt Thacker will become the new head football coach.
  • Tippecanoe Valley Student-Athletes Receive TRC Awards
    WABASH – The Three Rivers Conference handed out its Academic and Mental Attitude Awards on Wednesday at the TRC luncheon at the Honeywell Center in Wabash.
  • Bechtold, Busz Lead Whitko Boys Golf Over Wabash; Tigers Trim Panthers; Wawasee Competes In Northern Lakes Match; Central Defeats Wawasee In Softball Action; Valley Defeats Marion In Nonconference Clash; Triton Netters Win HNAC Tournament; Peru Clips Whitko In Tennis Contest
  • Justin Fleming Signs With Indiana Tech
    Warsaw cross country and track and field standout Justin Fleming has signed his letter of intent to attend Indiana Institute of Technology in Fort Wayne.
  • Warsaw Boys T&F Field Cleans Up Chinworth Trails
    Members of the Warsaw Community High School boys track and field team participated in picking up trash around the Chinworth Trails.
  • Manchester’s Late Rally Falls Short To TRC Foe Maconaquah; North Miami Beats Whitko; Wawasee Falls In Northern Lakes Battle; NorthWood Routs Warsaw; Northridge Defeats Wawasee In Slugfest; NorthWood Trims Warsaw; Howard Rips Home Run; Valley Loses To Peru; Lady Wildcat Netters Defeat FW Wayne; Lady Squires Claim Third Straight TRC Title; Squire Golf Wins Over Southwood, Rochester
  • Lady Tigers Extend NLC Title Streak To 13
    GOSHEN – One title streak ended, while another was extended in Tuesday evening’s Northern Lakes Conference track and field championship meet at Goshen High School.
  • Middle School Track & Field
  • Strobel Tosses Gem, Leads Squires Over Norsemen; Valley Falls To Rochester; Panthers Blank Warriors; Burgh Hits Home Run; Tigers Roll Over Plymouth; Dittmar Rips Home Run; Warsaw Beats Plymouth; Whitko Routs Peru; Lady Warriors Win In Extra Innings; Plymouth Beats Wawasee; Whitko Golf Rolls Past Tippecanoe Valley; Drake Medals; Wawasee Defeats Bethany Christian; Tiger Golfers Win Against Plymouth, Memorial
  • The Warsaw Lady Tiger tennis team finished the regular season and concluded Northern Lakes Conference play with a 5-0 win over Goshen Monday.

    The Lady Tigers accomplished their goal of a perfect record in regular season NLC?action and improved to 11-3 overall along the way.
  • Middle School Golf
  • Warsaw Golf Wins Eight-Team Brownsburg Invite; Hepler Medals; Triton Wins Invitational; Manchester’s Kruschwitz Medals In 10-Team Invite; Wawasee Baseball Falls To Fort Wayne Concordia; Squire Baseball Loses Twice In Doubleheader; Wawasee Falls To Eastside; Lady Warriors Compete In Goshen Relays; Whitko Competes At Tony Wright Memorial Invite; Warsaw Hosts NLC Tennis JV Invitational
  • Middle School Golf; Track & Field
  • Layne Prater Throws One-Hitter; Valley Routs Argos; Elkhart Memorial Edges Wawasee In NLC Contest; Warsaw Baseball Loses To NLC-Leading Goshen; Lady RedHawks Defeat Lady Tigers; Lady Warriors Cruise Past Lakeland In Tennis Action; Lady Trojan Netters Fall
  • WCHS Names Fleming As Girls XC Coach
    The Warsaw Community High School Athletic Department has announced the hiring of Jason Fleming as the new girls cross country coach, pending board approval.
  • Wawasee Defeats Elkhart Memorial In Extra Innings; Whitko Smashes 3 Home Runs; Beats FW Wayne; Lady Tiger Netters Claim Nonconference Victory; Valley T&F Teams Defeat Culver Community; Norwell Beats Whitko Golf; Kruschwitz Medals For Manchester Golf; Wawasee Golfers Win
  • Middle School Golf; Track & Field
  • Wawasee Tops Tigers With Walkoff Single
    SYRACUSE – Wawasee senior Jairus Boyer drove in the winning run in the bottom of the seventh inning on Wednesday to lift the Warriors over Warsaw 6-5 in Northern Lakes Conference baseball action.