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  • Warsaw, Local Individuals Advance To Golf Regional
    The NorthWood Lady Panthers were the class of the field Saturday at Stonehenge, winning their fourth consecutive high school girls golf sectional team championship.



  • Successful athletic teams don’t gain satisfaction from losses, and they won’t use the term moral victory. The Warsaw Tigers girls’ soccer team instead used the recent three games in six hot days to learn more about themselves, most recently in Saturday’s 2-1 loss to the Mishawaka Marian Knights.
  • Defense Muscles Tigers To 36-3 Homecoming Win
    The Warsaw Tigers played stout defense to avoid cannibalizing itself with penalties in a 36-3 Homecoming win over visiting Northridge to hand the Raiders its first loss if the season in a Northern Lakes Conference football game Friday night.
  • Thursday: Tippecanoe Valley Boys Soccer Defeats Peru; Warsaw Volleyball Takes Down Plymouth; Valley VB Defeats Manchester; Triton VB Extends Win Streak; Whitko VB Falls To Southwood; Warsaw Girls Soccer Drops Game To Penn; Wawasee Girls Soccer Loses to Elkhart Christian; Warsaw Boys Tennis Defeats NorthWood; Wawasee Boys Tennis Defeats Mishawaka; Valley Girls Golf Ties Season-Wins Record

  • Warsaw Boys Soccer Falls To Homestead, Tippecanoe Valley Soccer Defeated By Rochester, Wawasee Boys Soccer Ties Columbia City, Tippecanoe Valley Boys Tennis Loses To Maconaquah, Wawasee Boys Tennis Defeats Warsaw, Whitko Boys Tennis Takes Down Central Noble









  • Northridge (4-0, 2-0 Northern Lakes Conference) at Warsaw (3-1, 2-0 NLC), Tippecanoe Valley (4-0 overall, 3-0 TRC) at North Judson (4-0, 3-0), Northfield (2-2, 2-1 TRC) at Manchester (1-2, 1-1), Triton (2-2, 1-1 Hoosier North Athletic Conference) at Culver (1-1, 0-1 HNAC), Wawasee (0-4, 0-2 Northern Lakes Conference) at NorthWood (2-2, 1-1 NLC), North Miami (0-4 overall, 0-3 TRC) at Whitko (0-4, 0-3)
  • Tippecanoe Valley Volleyball Falls to Columbia City; Wawasee Volleyball Defeats Westview; Manchester Volleyball Loses To Bluffton; Tippecanoe Valley Boys Soccer Takes Down Culver Community; Wawasee Boys Soccer Routed By Bremen; Manchester Boys Soccer Falls To Oak Hill; Tippecanoe Valley Boys Tennis Drops Match To Rochester; Wawasee Girls Golf  Defeats Whitko
  • Burns Hat Trick Nets Tigers Senior Night 3-0 Win

    Teammates, parents, and fans honored eight seniors on the Warsaw Tigers girls’ soccer team in pregame festivities on the  Monday night. Junior Rylee Burns continued the tribute in the evening’s action with a hat trick for Warsaw in their 3-0 non-conference win over the Fort Wayne Northrup Bruins.

  • Warsaw Thwarts Mishawaka In Defensive Battle
    It was a back and forth contest as Warsaw travelled to take on undefeated Mishawaka Friday night. The close game was decided late, with Warsaw freshman Mason Smithe kicking a late fourth quarter field goal to knock off the 5A No. 4 Cavemen 17-15 in Northern Lakes Conference football Friday night.
  • Triton VB Defeats Tippecanoe Valley; Whitko Volleyball Takes Down Manchester; Wawasee Volleyball Wins Against Goshen; Warsaw Boys Soccer Falls To Penn; Valley Boys Soccer Loses To Marion; Wawasee Boys Soccer Defeats Lakeland; Warsaw Boys Tennis Defeats Canterbury; Tippecanoe Valley Tennis Falls To Cass; Wawasee Boys Tennis Drops Match To Northridge; Manchester Boys Tennis Defeats Whitko; Valley Girls Golf Finishes 2nd In 3-Way Match
  • Boys soccer and tennis, girls golf
  • Boys soccer, volleyball and tennis
  • Warsaw (2-1, 1-0 Northern Lakes Conference) at Mishawaka (3-0, 1-0 NLC), Manchester (1-1 overall, 1-0 TRC) at Tippecanoe Valley (3-0, 2-0), Bremen (1-2) at Triton (2-1), Whitko (0-3, 0-2 TRC) at Maconaquah (0-1, 0-1), Concord (2-1, 1-0 Northern Lakes Conference) at Wawasee (0-3, 0-1 NLC)











  • Mother Nature Cries “Enough!”, Tigers Notch 6-0 NLC Win

    The Warsaw girls’ soccer team raced to a 6-0 lead at the completion of the first half of Tuesday’s home soccer match when lightning immediately struck after the match’s 40th minute. Officials and coaches from both teams met briefly, and subsequently decided to call the match with the final score standing 6-0 over the Mishawaka Cavemen.

  • Late Goal By Burns Sparks Lady Tigers
    Warsaw girls soccer coach Jon Hoover couldn’t have described the situation any better.

    “We found a way.”

    That’s how Hoover described junior Rylee Burns’ goal in the 70th minute Saturday at Eugene Snyder Field, a score that lifted the Lady Tigers to a 4-3 win over the host Argos Lady Dragons and allowed them to snap a three-match losing streak.
  • First-Quarter Surge Leads Tigers Past Rockies
    A quick start by the Warsaw Tigers spelled the end Friday night for the Plymouth Rockies.

    In the Northern Lakes Conference opener for both teams, the host Tigers scored on the second play of the game, a 46-yard run by senior speedster Julius Jones, as they raced to a 29-0 lead in the first quarter and cruised to a 43-14 victory in the 102nd meeting of the longtime rivals.
  • Family, Friends Remember The Life Of Cameron Fairchild
    The beginning of the school year is usually an exciting time. Kids get to see their friends after summer break, friendships are renewed and the lights shine bright on Friday night football games. It’s a time of year most look forward to, and the memories can last a lifetime.

    But for a large chunk of this community, that excitement has been overshadowed by heartbreak.
  • Mangas Lands First Job in Overseas League
    he business world will have to wait its turn for Kyle Mangas to bring his leadership skills, his intellectual horsepower (evident through his top-flite grade point average), and his impeccable character to the corridors of a fortunate gaining company.

    Mangas will, instead, ply another skill he’s been honing, playing professional basketball in Prague, Czech Republic for USK Praha (the local name and pronunciation for the ancient Central European city).
  • Local High School Previews For Week 3
    Plymouth (0-2, 0-0 Northern Lakes Conf.) at Warsaw 1-1, 0-0 NLC); Wawasee (0-2, 0-0 Northern Lakes) at Northridge (2-0, 0-0 NLC); Tippecanoe Valley (2-0 overall, 1-0 TRC) at Peru (1-1, 1-0); Caston (1-1, 0-1 Hoosier North Athletic) at Triton (1-1, 0-1 HNAC); Rochester (1-1, 0-1 TRC) at Whitko (0-2, 0-1); Winamac (2-0) at Manchester (1-0)
  • Wawasee Falls Twice; Warsaw Splits NLC?Matches; Warrior Boys Soccer Falls; Viking Tennis Edges Cavemen
  • Marian Snaps Warsaw Kickers’ Win Streak
    Riding the high of a four-match win streak, the latest triumph being a 4-1 victory over conference rival Plymouth, the last thing Warsaw boys soccer coach Ryan Burgher wanted to see was a letdown.

    Hosting the undefeated Mishawaka Marian Knights Saturday, the Tigers trailed 2-0 at halftime, evened the score after the intermission, but wound up falling 4-2.
  • Wolves Roll Past Tigers
    Michigan City’s senior quarterback Gio Laurent managed to score three rushing touchdowns Friday night despite being called for six false start penalties. When he wasn’t getting in his own way, he was successfully getting out of the Warsaw Tigers’ way en route to a 35-16 victory at Ames Field.
  • Warsaw Boys Soccer Gets NLC?Win Over Plymouth; Warsaw Girls Shut Out NorthWood; Warsaw Boys Tennis Picks Up Win; Lady Tigers Win 3-Way Match' Valley Volleyball Defeats Whitko; Viking Boys Soccer Earns Draw; Tippecanoe Valley Girls Golf Wins 4-Way Contest; Wawasee VB Stays Undefeated; Wawasee Boys Soccer Falls; Warrior Tennis Drops Close Match; Squire VB Loses Close Match; LCA Boys Soccer Shut Out
  • Week Two Local HS Football Previews
    Warsaw (1-0) at Michigan City (1-0); Northfield (0-1) at Tippecanoe Valley (1-0); Triton (1-0) at LaVille (1-0); Wawasee (0-1) at West Noble (0-1); Whitko (0-1) at Peru (0-1)
  • Tuesday: Lady Tiger Soccer Wins NLC?Opener
    The Warsaw Tigers girls’ soccer side opened Northern Lakes Conference action at the Tiger Soccer Complex in dominating fashion with a 3-1 win over the Plymouth Rockies Tuesday night.

    The only thing more stifling than the near-100-degree heat index temperature on the pitch was the Tiger defensive front.
  • Whitko Volleyball Falls To Churubusco; Tippecanoe Valley Boys Soccer Wins Thriller Over Wabash; Tippecanoe Valley Volleyball Takes Down Winamac; Warsaw Girls Golf Defeats Plymouth; Wawasee Volleyball Stays Undefeated; Wawasee, Manchester Girls Soccer Draw; Wawasee Boys Tennis Dominates Against Central Noble; Warsaw Tennis Defeats Mishawaka Marian
  • Lady Tiger XC Wins Warsaw Classic; Boys Finish Second
    On what was an exceptionally hot day for a run, the Warsaw girls cross country team finished in first place of the 29th annual Warsaw Cross Country Classic Tuesday.

    On the boys side, Warsaw finished in second, behind winners Columbia City.
  • Warsaw VB Victorious; Tippecanoe Valley VB Gets Win Over Goshen; Wawasee Volleyball Stays Undefeated With Win; Wawasee Boys Soccer Gets Convincing Win Over Riley; Whitko Girls Golf falls to Wabash; Whitko Boys Tennis Drops Match To Columbia City
  • Manchester FB Dominates To Win Opener; Whitko FB Comes Up Short; Warsaw Boys Soccer Gets Shut-out Victory; LCA Boys Soccer Picks Up First Win; Manchester VB Finishes 5th At Elwood Invite ; Lady Tiger Golf Finishes 3rd at Warsaw Invitational
  • Tigers Get Convincing Win In Football Season Opener
    The Warsaw Tigers captured the most anticipated season opener in years Friday night at Fisher Field with a convincing 49-23 victory, using a dominating rushing attack (520 yards) to mow the Dublin Coffman Shamrocks, a perennial Columbus, Ohio-area playoff qualifier.

    Dublin Coffman, in an Ohio enrollment class equivalent to an Indiana Class 7A if the Hoosier state had 11 million people, marched into Warsaw with their preseason No. 14 ranking. Though the storied program struck paydirt on their first play, it was the Warsaw Tigers who outscored the Shamrocks 49-16 thereafter.
  • Warsaw VB Sweeps Huntington North ; Whitko VB Drops Close Contest; Valley VB Grabs 2nd Win Against W. Noble; Viking Boys Soccer Drops Thriller; Viking Boys Tennis Falls to N. Judson; Wawasee Boys Tennis Remains Undefeated; Warsaw Girls Golf Wins Three-Way Match Against Valley, Wabash
  • Tiger Football Looking To Forge Identity For 2021 Season
    Bart Curtis knows what he would like his Warsaw Community High School football team to be in 2021.

    “We want this group to come together and forge their own identity,” says Curtis, the fourth-year Tigers head coach. “We’re hoping to build a group that is resilient, has a lot of resolve and can play the game when they’re uncomfortable.

    “Anybody can play when they’re chipper.”
  • Warsaw Boys Soccer Shuts Out Argos For First Win Of 2021
    After dropping its opening game of the season to Carroll, the Warsaw boys varsity soccer team secured its first win of the season, 4-0 over visiting Argos Tuesday in a non-conference match.
  • Family Ties Strong With Warsaw Tiger Football
    Sly and the Family Stone’s 1971 song, “Family Affair”, reached number one on the singles chart, and 50 years later its relevance resurfaces as it relates to a good-sized chunk of the 2021 Warsaw Tigers’ football program.

    The 2021 Tiger gridders have the largest collection of sibling teammates, and father-son coaching combinations in at least two decades. They’ll head into the regular season with ten football families including two sets of twins.
  • Next Lady Up for Tiger Volleyball: Unknown
    Warsaw’s head volleyball coach Chandra Hepler clearly identified five of her six starters who will launch the 2021 season. The Tigers, returning eight athletes who started or had meaningful rotations from last year’s 22-9 Northern Lakes Conference championship season (7-0), will find out early in the season who among the remaining six athletes will rise to play key roles in 2021.
  • Lady Tigers Fall To Carroll, Whitko Downs North Miami, Ticketing Information For Warsaw VB Match At Concordia
  • Mom, Daughter Team Up To Win AAU VB National Title
    Ellie Hepler has done much of her homework in a car over the last four years. In a typical week, she eats most of her dinners on the road.

    Along for every step of it — more specifically, every one of the thousands upon thousands of miles — has been her mom, Chandra Hepler.

    It’s been a labor of love for both, now with a couple national titles to show for it, too.
  • Mangas Adds Local Color, Interest to NBA Tryouts
    The NBA Finals are running about three weeks later due to the pandemic-driven revisions to the 2021 schedule. This isn’t stopping teams whose seasons have ended from their routines of summer tryouts.

    This year’s NBA summer tryouts have some local color to them. Warsaw basketball standout, Kyle Mangas, whose college career at NAIA program Indiana Wesleyan was even more impressive than his days with the orange and black, is NBA draft eligible, and he already has three teams’ tryouts under his belt.
  • Tiger Baseball, Softball Teams Pick Up First Wins Of Season
    The Warsaw Tigers baseball team picked up its first win of the 2021 season 7-4 over the Columbia City Eagles in the Tiger Athletic Complex, Friday.
  • 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.
  • Warsaw Baseball Loses 2-1 To Huntington North
    The Huntington North Vikings baseball squad took a 2-1 win over the Tigers at Warsaw’s Tiger Athletic Complex.
  • Tigers Claw Cavemen In NLC Track Opener
    The Warsaw Tigers boys’ track and field team opened their Northern Lakes Conference (NLC) season with a convincing 95-36 win over the Mishawaka Cavemen.
  • Warsaw Baseball Falls To County Rival Tipp Valley
    Warsaw’s baseball team came away with the short end of a 6-3 score when they faced the county rival Tippecanoe Valley Vikings Wednesday evening.
  • Tiger Tracksters Win Season Openers
    The Warsaw Tigers boys’ track and field team used relays and middle- and long-distance strength to outpace the Berrien Springs Shamrocks 90-23.
  • Gould Earns Honorable Mention Spot On All-State Team
    Jaxson Gould, a sophomore guard for Warsaw’s 2020-2021 boys’ basketball squad, recently earned a spot on the Indiana underclassmen all-state honorable mention list.
  • The Penalty Box: Are you a good sports parent?
(part two)
    The Penalty Box: Are you a good sports parent?

    (part two)
  • Warsaw Tracksters Take First Place At New Haven Invite
    NEW HAVEN - Field events made the difference in the Warsaw Tigers girls’ track and field team’s first place team finish in the New Haven Invitational Saturday.
  • Wagley Continues To Roll, Will Now Compete At State
    Zack Wagley of WCHS?continues to roll as he has advanced and will be bowling for the state title this Saturday, March 27, in Ft. Wayne.
  • Mangas’ IWU?Career Comes To Close
    Warsaw native Kyle Mangas led the Wildcats with 22 points, eight rebounds and six assists in his final appearance on the hardwood for Indiana Wesleyan.
  • Young Tigers Football And Cheerleading Sign-ups Now Open For Registration
    Registration is now open for the 2021 Young Tigers football and cheerleading.
  • Warsaw Bowlers Advance To Semi-State Competition
    The Warsaw boys bowlng team is advancing to Semi-state. They are one of only 24 teams left in the state still competing.
  • The Penalty Box
    The Penalty Box: Are you a good sports parent? (part one)



  • 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.
  • Mangas Hopes To Continue Stellar Career
    Warsaw's  Kyle Mangas has come a long way since he committed early to Indiana Wesleyan University in the late fall of 2016.
  • Chip Shot: This time 
for real
    Chip Shot: This time for real
  • Chip Shot: Daylight Savings Time Already?
    Chip Shot: Daylight Savings Time Already?
  • Warsaw’s Season Ends With Loss To Elkhart
    ELKHART – The Warsaw Tigers ran out of time in Friday night’s boys’ Class 4A sectional semifinal against the Elkhart Lions.
  • Tigers Set To Face Elkhart In Sectional Tournament
    Tickets are available for the Warsaw boys basketball Sectional Tournament opener at 8:00 p.m. Friday night vs. Elkhart.
  • Warsaw Aquatic Club Swimmers Win Conference
    The Warsaw Aquatics Club won their fourth consecutive conference championship Feb. 7 and 23 swimmers are now headed on to the North East Indiana Divisional Championships.
  • Chip Shot: “These guys 
are good!”
    Chip Shot: “These guys

    are good!”
  • “We Are Tigers” Annual Athletic
Auction Begins
    The Warsaw Community Schools second annual “We are Tigers” live online auction begins tonight at 5 p.m.
  • The Penalty Box
    The Penalty Box: Officiating again, and it feels good



  • Tourney Draw Sets Course For Second Season
    The IHSAA revealed the first opponents of the second season in the sectional pairings draw show Sunday night.
  • Tigers Top Washington, Look Ahead To Sectionals
    SOUTH BEND - The Warsaw Tigers held the South Bend Washington Panthers to eight fourth quarter points on Saturday to turn a 49-43 deficit into a 60-57 win, their eight straight, to finish the regular season with a record of 15-7.
  • Estepp, Alexander Place 4th At State Wrestling Championship
    INDIANAPOLIS – Area senior wrestlers Warsaw’s Brandon Estepp (182 lbs.) and Wawasee’s Jace Alexander (138 lbs.) earned fourth-place honors at the IHSAA State Wrestling Championship tournament held Friday and Saturday in Banker’s Life Field House.
  • Warsaw Swimmers Third In Sectional
    Warsaw’s 13-year sectional boys’ swimming title win streak came to an end last weekend at the hands of Culver Academy.
  • Chip Shot: Cat owners will understand me
    Chip Shot: Cat owners will understand me
  • Warsaw, Wawasee Girls Make All-NLC
    The 2020-2021 All-Northern Lakes Conference (NLC) girls’ basketball team boasts four Warsaw Tigers and one Wawasee Warrior.
  • The Penalty Box: The roar was back in the Tiger Den
    The roar was back in the Tiger Den
  • Tigers Rout Wabash In Final Home Game, 76-32
    The Warsaw Tigers put away the Wabash Apaches early in the team’s final home game at the Tiger Den this season on Saturday.
  • Wawasee’s Jace Alexander, the school’s first four-time state qualifier, heads up a quartet of area qualifiers to the IHSAA state wrestling meet that begins this Friday at Banker’s Life Field House in Indianapolis.
  • Chip Shot: It’s auction time  – be generous
    Chip Shot: It’s auction time  – be generous