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  • Carroll’s Pressure Too Much For Warsaw
    A strong pressure defense by the Carroll Chargers girls’ basketball team throughout the game’s first 3½ quarters of Wednesday night’s game allowed the hosts to hold off Warsaw’s run of seven straight points in a 58-52 non-conference win over the Tigers at the Carroll Fieldhouse.
  •  Mevis Named To All-SEC First Team
    Former Warsaw Tiger football placekicker and 2020 Warsaw Community High School graduate Harrison Mevis has been selected to the All-SEC first team as a member of the Missouri Tigers, the conference announced Tuesday.
  • Grace To Host Champions Of Character Classic On Dec. 18
    The fifth annual boys' basketball Champions of Character Classic is coming to Grace College on Dec. 18.

    Twelve elite high school teams will converge at the six-game classic, held at Grace's Manahan Orthopaedic Capital Center.
  • Loyer, No. 5 Spartans Too Much For Tigers
    Indiana’s Mr. Basketball won’t be named until April, but the Warsaw Tigers got an up-close look at a legitimate candidate for the prestigious award Friday night.

    Six-foot-4 senior guard Fletcher Loyer of Homestead was as good as advertised, leading the Class 4A No. 5 Spartans to a 62-40 win over the host Tigers.
  • Tiger Wrestling Beats Goshen For First NLC Win
    The Warsaw Tigers wrestling squad held on to their 34-32 lead over the visiting Goshen RedHawks heading into the final match, the 285-pound weight class, in last night’s Northern Lakes Conference (NLC) meet in the Tiger Den.
  • Lady Tigers’ Aggressive ‘D’ Flusters Panthers in NLC Opener
    The Warsaw Tigers girls’ basketball team hosted their Northern Lakes Conference opener against a NorthWood Panther squad who came in with only win, and an average of 29 turnovers per game.
  • Warsaw Heading Into Second Year Of Moore Era
    Matt Moore established his way of doing things in his first season as head coach of boys basketball at Warsaw Community High School.

    In going 15-8 overall and 6-1 in the Northern Lakes Conference (tying Mishawaka for the conference crown) in 2020-21, the Tigers got off to a 7-7 start and put together an eight-game win streak before a narrow loss to Elkhart in the IHSAA Class 4A Elkhart Sectional.
  • Simfukwe Surges, Tiger Defense Clip Eagles’ Wings 62-54
    Judah Simfukwe scored 17 points in the final nine minutes of Warsaw’s season-opening 62-54 victory over the Columbia City Eagles Saturday night. Simfukwe’s surge included eight straight points eliminating the Tigers’ 43-40 late third quarter deficit to move atop the Eagles 48-43 with 5:50 left in the contest. The Tigers never trailed again in a game with four lead changes and eight ties.
  • Lady Kingsmen ‘Dent’ Warsaw In Tiger Den
    Warsaw Tigers girls’ basketball head coach Lenny Krebs is chock-full of appropriate analogies whether he and his Tigers win or lose. Krebs compared Warsaw’s 37-26 loss to the Penn Kingsmen to a dent, and furthermore noted there’s a takeaway when a team experiences a dent.
  • Lady Tigers Fall To Top-Ranked Crown Point
    Held below 20 points for the first time in program history, Warsaw’s varsity girls basketball teams suffered its first loss of the season Saturday.
  • Witnessing Weight Room Transformation
    A safe, happy, and healthy Thanksgiving to each of you.

    There’s much merit in taking weight training very seriously in and out of season. Luke Anderson and Aiden Binkerd are two individuals who come to mind almost immediately when I think about it.
  • Warsaw’s Kacilyn Krebs Signs With UIndy
    Warsaw Lady Tiger Kacilyn Krebs has signed a national letter of intent to attend the University of Indianapolis and play for the Greyhounds women’s basketball team.
  • Warsaw Gets Big Win, Big Games From Sanner & Krebs
    The Warsaw Lady Tigers basketball team did what it does best Wednesday night: play smothering defense. Warsaw allowed just one made field goal in each of the first two quarters en route to a 55-29 non-conference victory over Wabash to improve to 4-0 on the year.
  • Mills Steps Down As Tiger Boys XC 
    Warsaw’s run to the IHSAA Boys State Cross Country meet in 2021 was the last for head coach Jim Mills.  He has announced that he is retiring from coaching.
  • Lakeview Boys Basketball Gets Win Over Tippecanoe Valley
    The Lakeview 8th grade basketball team achieved a victory in their first home game of the season on Monday night versus Tippecanoe Valley. The final score was 33-27.
  • Second-Quarter Surge Lifts Lady Tigers Over Valley
    Warsaw girls basketball coach Lenny Krebs admitted he had some questions heading into Friday night’s game at Tippecanoe Valley.

    The Lady Tigers provided some answers for the veteran coach.
  • Warsaw Dominates Manchester With 48-Point Victory
    After jumping out to a 12-0 lead early, it was smooth sailing the rest of the way for the Warsaw Lady Tigers basketball team, as they mauled Manchester for a 61-13 victory Wednesday night. Warsaw remains perfect in the young season with a 2-0 record, while Manchester is still searching for its first win at 0-4.
  • Lady Tigers 53-44 Opening Win: A Tale of Two Clinics
    The Warsaw Tigers girls’ basketball team’s 53-44 win over the Norwell Knights was a tale of two clinics Saturday night in the Tiger Den.

    The two teams conducted a three-point shooting clinic in the second quarter, landing a combined nine three-point buckets in the period: Norwell five, and Warsaw four. Kacilyn Krebs nailed three treys on her way to scoring a game- and career-high 17 points for the Tigers.
  • Chargers’ Bag Tigers 36-0 for Sectional Title
    Braden Steely, a sophomore kick returner for the Carroll Chargers, returned Mason Smythe’s opening kickoff 95 yards for a touchdown with the help of a perfectly executed wall up the left sideline. The hosts never looked back, shutting out the Warsaw Tigers 36-0 to hoist one of 48 sectional championship trophies awarded this weekend among Indiana’s six football classes.
  • Warsaw Goes Into Season With Blend Of Vets, Varsity Newcomers
    A mix of varsity experience and newcomers will face plenty of early challenges as Warsaw opens the 2021-22 girls basketball season.

    Sixth-year head coach Lenny Krebs welcomes back five letterwinners (seniors Kacilyn Krebs, Abby Sanner and Bailie Stephens, junior Zoe Bergan and sophomore Ava Wetzel) and has seven varsity newcomers, including four freshmen, as the Lady Tigers open the slate at home Saturday, Nov. 6 against traditionally-strong Norwell (6 p.m. junior varsity start).
  • Warsaw Goes To Carroll With Sectional Title On Line
    By the time No. 11-ranked Warsaw (7-2) lines up against No. 6 Carroll (9-1) in the IHSAA Class 6 Sectional 3 football final it will have been 21 days between contests for the Tigers.
  • Warsaw Cross Country Finishes Seasons At State Finals
    The high school cross country season came to a close Saturday, and it did so with the Warsaw Tigers and Lady Tigers competing on the state’s biggest stage - albeit a muddy, sloppy one after days of rain saturated the 5K course in Terre Haute.
  • Four Local Athletes Named To NLC All-Conference Volleyball Team
    Four local volleyball players were selected to the Northern Lakes Conference all-conference teams for volleyball, the league announced Wednesday.
  • Lady Tiger Rugby Wins Final Game Of Season
    The Lady Tiger rugby team traveled to Oak Park Sunday to take on Berkley in their last game of the season
  • Warsaw CC Teams Advance To State
    Survive and advance.

    That’s the name of the game in the postseason, and that’s exactly what Warsaw’s boys and girls cross country teams did Saturday.
  • Warsaw Volleyball Falls In Concord Sectional Final
    Before falling in the championship game, Warsaw picked up a win Saturday morning, defeating Northridge in straight sets, 25-13, 25-17, 25-19. It was a dominant showing from the Tigers for what was their 20th and final win of the season.
  • Warsaw Boys, Girls CC Win Regional Championships
    Wawasee’s Season Ends At Elkhart Regional
  • Tigers Fall In Northern Lakes Conference Title Clash
    Concord made the plays and took care of business Friday night.

    That’s how Warsaw football coach Bart Curtis described his team’s 26-22 loss to the host Minutemen, who celebrated an outright Northern Lakes Conference title after scoring the game-winning touchdown with 50 seconds remaining in a battle of state-ranked teams that were both 6-0 in league play.
  • Warsaw volleyball avenged an early season loss in dominant fashion Thursday night, taking down Elkhart 3-0 in the first round of the IHSAA 4A S4 sectional tournament. The Lions had defeated the Tigers back in August 2-1.

  • All-NLC Soccer Honorees Announced
    The Northern Lakes Confer-ence announced its boys and girls soccer all-conference selections Thursday.
  • Warsaw (7-1, 6-0 Northern Lakes Conference) at Concord (7-1, 6-0 NLC), Southwood (4-4 overall, 4-3 TRC) at Tippecanoe Valley (8-0, 6-0), Peru (5-2 overall, 5-1 TRC) at Manchester (4-3, 4-2), Triton (3-5, 2-4 Hoosier North Athletic Conference) at Winamac (6-0, 4-0 HNAC),  Wawasee (1-7, 1-5 Northern Lakes Conference) at Goshen (3-5, 1-5 NLC), Wabash (1-6, 1-4 TRC) at Whitko (1-7, 1-6)

  • Six area football teams have their beginning paths set for the second season, the IHSAA Sectionals beginning Friday October 22 for classes 1A-4A, and a handful of Class 5A squads. Each school’s head coach will tell, in different words, the media and their own gridders the best approach toward success in the second season is to go 1-0 each week.
  • Tiger Girls’ Soccer Season Ends in Shootout
    The second-ranked Spartans and the NLC co-champion Tigers ended regulation tied at one goal apiece and carried their one-all tie through two 7-minute overtime periods before two rounds of five-player one-on-one shootouts.

    Homestead hoisted the sectional title trophy netting eight of their ten shots to Warsaw’s seven makes, among ten attempts for each side after 94 physical minutes of fast-paced, ultra-physical soccer.
  • Warsaw Boys, Girls Continue XC Sectional Title Streaks
    Different year. Same result.

    For the 11th consecutive season, Warsaw’s boys and girls cross country teams both won sectional titles Saturday.
  • Sawyer Helps Tigers Stay Perfect In Northen Lakes Conference
    Listed on Warsaw’s football roster as 5-foot-6 and 140 pounds, Jayce Sawyer was far from being the biggest player on the Fisher Field turf Friday night.

    The junior fullback, however, played much larger than his stature and turned in a monster performance as the Tigers stayed unbeaten in Northern Lakes Conference play with a 42-24 win over the visiting NorthWood Panthers.
  • Manchester Girls soccer Wins Sectional Match Over Blackford; Tippecanoe Valley Girls Soccer Drops Sectional Match; Lakeland Christian Girls Soccer Falls In Sectional Match; Warsaw Volleyball Defeats Concord; Manchester Volleyball Falls To Blackhawk Christian; Whitko Volleyball Drops Match To Rochester; Wawasee Volleyball Falls To NorthWood; Tippecanoe Valley Volleyball Drops Match To Southwood; Triton Volleyball Defeats South Central
  • Tiger Girls’ Soccer Advances To Sectional Final With 9-0 Win
    The Warsaw Tigers struck early and often in their 9-0 Class 3A Sectional 7 semifinal victory over the Fort Wayne Wayne Generals to set up a rematch between Warsaw’s and the Homestead Spartans.
  • Tiger Soccer Season Ends With Loss To Elkhart
    Elkhart piled up three goals over a span of less than 14 first-half minutes, and Warsaw was never able to crawl out from under the barrage during a 3-0 Goshen Sectional semifinal loss to the Lions in a showdown of state-ranked Class 3A boys soccer teams Wednesday night.

    It wasn’t so much the bunching of goals, but how they came about that was bothersome to second-year Tiger coach Ryan Burgher.
  • NorthWood (4-3, 3-2 Northern Lakes Conference) at Warsaw (6-1, 5-0 NLC), Tippecanoe Valley (7-0 overall, 5-0 TRC) at Wabash (1-5, 1-3), Maconaquah (2-3 overall, 2-3 TRC) at Manchester (3-3, 3-2), Triton (3-4, 2-4 Hoosier North Athletic Conference) at Knox (1-6, 0-4 HNAC), Mishawaka (5-2, 3-2 Northern Lakes Conference) at Wawasee (1-6, 1-4 NLC), Whitko (1-6 overall, 1-5 TRC) at Southwood (3-4, 3-3)

  • Valley Captures Unified Flag Football Sectional Crown
    Tippecanoe Valley’s Unified flag football team had a fun-filled, action-packed Saturday. The Vikings toppled Carroll 20-19 in the quarterfinals, convincingly defeated Homestead 38-12 in the semifinals, then held on to capture the sectional title 22-20 over Three Rivers Conference foe, the Manchester Squires.
  • Andrew Mevis Begins Smooth Approach, Landing At Iowa State
    If the early season is any indicator of how much TV time Andrew and Harrison Mevis – the Mevii – will get displaying their placekicking skills their parents can catch them on TV on just about any weekend if they’re unable to travel to the brothers’ Saturday college football venues.

    Iowa State, a Big XII Conference member, will play most of its games on Fox, but some on ESPN. Kid brother Harrison will likely be on the Southeast Conference Network, or CBS. 
  • Warsaw’s Mevis Brothers Making An Impact: Harrison Mevis Shining In
America’s Top CFB Conference
    When Harrison Mevis committed to kick for the University of Missouri in September, 2019 as a 3-star recruit, he exchanged one set of tiger stripes for another. He exchanged the bright lights of Northern Lakes Conference play for the most gargantuan setting in college football: the Southerstern Conference. When the lights have shined their brightest, Mevis has made the most of every opportunity, having the most productive season by a Missouri freshman kicker in over a decade in 2020.
  • Warsaw Routs Wawasee To Keep ‘W’ Trophy
    The 36th battle between Warsaw’s and Wawasee’s gridders for the W Trophy was a lopsided 49-7 win for the Tigers, and although the expected outcome was not a mystery to anyone in attendance before the opening kickoff, it was an opportunity to address some questions.
  • Warsaw Boys Soccer Takes NLC Crown
    Thursday night’s match between Warsaw and Northridge meant a little bit more to the Tigers than a usual match. A win for Warsaw would clinch a Northern Lakes Conference title. After 80 minutes of play, the score line read 4-2 in favor of the Tigers. After an uncharacteristically down year in 2020, Warsaw is back at the top of the conference.
  • Warsaw Girls Soccer Shares Conference Title
    The Warsaw girls’ soccer side clinched a share of the Northern Lakes Conference title in their final regular season match at the Tiger Soccer Complex. The 2-1 victory over the Northridge Raiders earned the home side a share of the present season’s NLC title with the Goshen RedHawks, whose girls’ soccer team was in attendance Thursday night cheering for either a Warsaw loss, or a Tiger tie.
  • Lady Tiger VB Sees Opportunity Slip Away In Loss To NorthWood
    After a teeter-totter first four sets between the two premier volleyball teams in the Northern Lakes Conference, Warsaw ran into an abrupt shortage of scoring during the decisive fifth set Thursday night at NorthWood.

    There was, however, no shortage of talking points afterwards — at least eventually.
  • Tippecanoe Valley Boys Soccer Defeats Argos, Wawasee Boys Soccer Falls To Northridge, Lakeland Christian Boys Soccer Loses To Culver Academies, Tippecanoe Valley Volleyball Defeats Marion, Manchester Volleyball Falls to Northfield, Whitko Volleyball Drops Match To Maconaquah, Triton Volleyball Falls To Pioneer, Warsaw Girls Soccer Ties Carroll, Tippecanoe Valley Girls Soccer Loses To Maconaquah, Wawasee Girls Soccer Drops Match To Mishawaka, Lakeland Christian Girls Soccer Falls To Culver Community

  • Wawasee (1-5, 1-3 Northern Lakes Conference) at Warsaw (5-1, 4-0 NLC), Tippecanoe Valley (6-0 overall, 4-0 TRC) at Maconaquah (2-2, 2-2), Manchester (2-3 overall, 2-2 TRC) at Whitko (1-5, 1-4), North Judson (4-2, 3-0 Hoosier North Athletic Conference) at Triton (3-3, 2-2 HNAC)

  • Manchester Boys Soccer Defeats Maconaquah, Tippecanoe Valley Volleyball Drops Close Match To Oak Hill, Wawasee Volleyball Falls To Northridge, Manchester Girls Soccer Loses To Logansport, Indiana Tailgate Tour Coming To Warsaw Vs. Wawasee

  • Tigers Record NLC Shutout
    Warsaw put up a goose egg on defense and cashed in on its offensive chances in a 42-0 Northern Lakes Conference football victory Friday, Sept. 24 at Goshen’s Foreman Field.
  • Warsaw, Local Individual Compete In Golf Regional
    Competing early Friday morning at the IHSAA golf regional at Noble Hawk golf course, neither Warsaw nor Tippecanoe Valley individual Madelyn Weaver were able to advance to the state championship.
  • The Warsaw Tigers and the Goshen RedHawks lit up the scoreboard in Monday night’s Unified Flag Football seesaw battle, a fray where the Tigers broke a 30-30 tie to win 36-30.
  • Warsaw Volleyball Defeats Carroll, Whitko Volleyball Falls To Wabash, Tippecanoe Valley Volleyball Defeats Culver Community, Triton Volleyball Extends Win Streak To Nine, Manchester Boys Soccer Defeats Lakeland Christian

  • Warsaw (4-1, 3-0 Northern Lakes Conference) at Goshen (2-3, 0-3 NLC), Whitko (1-4 overall, 1-3 TRC) at Tippecanoe Valley (5-0, 3-0), Manchester (1-3 overall, 1-2 TRC) at Southwood (3-2, 3-1), Triton (3-2, 2-1 Hoosier North Athletic Conference) at Pioneer (3-2, 2-1 HNAC), Plymouth (0-5, 0-3 Northern Lakes Conference) at Wawasee (0-5, 0-3 NLC)
  • Lakeland Christian Boys Soccer Defeats Peru, Wawasee Volleyball wins Wawasee Invitational, Whitko Volleyball Goes 1-3 At Wawasee Invitational, Manchester Volleyball Takes Third At Eastbrook Invitational, Tippecanoe Valley Girls Soccer Falls To Wabash, Whitko Boys Tennis Defeats Maconaquah, Warsaw Boys XC Takes Second At New Prairie Invitational, Girls Finish Fifth, Warsaw JV Football Defeats Northridge

  • 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.