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  • Sanner Helps Warsaw Post Pair Of Wins, Improve To 4-0
    There wasn’t an all-tournament team chosen at Saturday’s four-team classic hosted by Warsaw Community High School.

    Had there been, Warsaw junior frontliner Abby Sanner likely would have been the MVP.
  • Moore Optimistic For Balanced Tiger Squad
    New head basketball coach Matt Moore has plenty of reasons to be optimistic about this year’s version of the Warsaw Tigers.
  • Lady Tigers Now 2-0 With Win Over Wabash
    The Warsaw Lady Tigers  came out roaring on the road against the Wabash Apaches and just kept pouring it on to finish with a 48-33 win.
  • WCHS?Basketball Ready For Tip Off
    WCHS?Basketball Ready For Tip Off: Watch for the Warsaw Tigers 2020-21 season preview in this weekend’s Times-Union.
  • Tigers, Warriors, Curtis Earn 2020 NLC?Accolades
    Nine Warsaw Tiger gridders and three Wawasee Warriors were named to the All-Northern Lakes Conference (NLC) football team.
  • A Look Back On WCHS's 2020 Football Season
  • Mangas Sets New Indiana Wesleyan Scoring Record
    Warsaw native Kyle Mangas put on a shooting clinic to fell the Mighty Oaks, scoring 51 points in Wesleyan’s 114-70 dominating win over Oakland City.
  • Lady Tigers Impress In Season Opener Vs. Squires
    NORTH MANCHESTER - Described by assistant coach Jack Beer as the catalyst of the team’s defense, Warsaw senior Audrey Grimm displayed her offensive skills as well Wednesday night.
  • WCHS Boys Cross-Country Award Winners
    The Warsaw Community High School Boys Cross-Country Team End of Season Awards program was held Tuesday evening.
  • Tigers’ Sectional Title Drive Slips Away In 2nd Half
    The Warsaw Tigers football team will be turning in their football gear this Monday following Friday night’s loss to the Homestead Spartans 30-22 at Walters Memorial Stadium in the Class 6A Sectional 3 title game.
  • The Warsaw Lady Tigers’ season opening basketball game scheduled for tonight at Norwell has been postponed due to COVID concerns.
  • Expectations Set High For Motivated Lady Tigers
    Motivated would be a good word to describe this year’s edition of the Warsaw Lady Tigers basketball team.
  • Basketball Begins
    Watch for the Warsaw Lady Tigers 2020-21 season preview in this Friday’s Times-Union.
  • Tiger Pride On Full Display At XC?State Finals
    Warsaw’s Head Cross-Country Coach Jim Mills said he was was “thrilled to death” with how his team fared at the State Cross-Country Finals in Terre Haute on Saturday.

  • WARSAW – Two brutally efficient offenses whose combined scoring average was 80 points per game battled Friday night at the Tiger Athletic Complex in the IHSAA Class 6A Sectional 3 semifinal.
  • Fort Wayne Carroll (7-2) at Warsaw (7-2)
  • The Warsaw girls cross country team is headed back to Terre Haute this Saturday for the IHSAA State Cross Country Finals, and this year the boys' team is going with them.
  • For the first time in a long time, Warsaw’s boys and girls cross-country teams are both headed to the State Finals.
  • Six members of the Warsaw Lady Tiger soccer team have been named to the Northern Lakes Conference All Conference Team.
  • WCHS?Adds Carpenter As New Boys Golf Coach
    Warsaw Community Schools has added Jack Carpenter as the new Head Boys Golf Coach.
  • Juniors Regan Brouwer and Wini Barnett were recently named First Team Academic All-State.
  • Warsaw’s volleyball season ended in heartbreaking fashion in four games against Penn Saturday evening.
  • Warsaw’s cross-country boys and girls move on to semi-state competition following strong performances on a treacherous Logansport course on Saturday.
  • Warsaw Beats Concord To Take NLC Title
    Week nine of the Indiana high school football season is the week league champions are crowned.
  • Four Warsaw Tigers have been named to the IATCCC Academic All-State Team.
  • Tigers Dominate Field At  Cross-Country Sectionals
    It was a clean sweep for Warsaw at the sectional cross-country meet held Saturday at Manchester High School.
  • Warsaw Loses Close One To NorthWood
    NAPPANEE - The Warsaw Tigers football team started Friday evening’s business with the lone unbeaten record, 5-0, in the Northern Lakes Conference, but ended the evening in a three-way tie for the conference driver’s seat, falling to a physical NorthWood Panther squad, 22-21, at Andrews Field.
  • Grace Runners Excel At Bethel
    Grace’s cross country team thrived on Friday at the Bethel Invitational.
  • HS Football Sectional Pairings Announced
    Warsaw drew a home date against No. 11-ranked Carroll when the IHSAA conducted the blind draw for its 48th annual state football tournament Thursday night.
  • Lady Tiger Soccer Advances In Sectional
    The Warsaw Lady Tiger soccer squad cruised their way to a 4-1 sectional semifinal victory over Fort Wayne Wayne Thursday night at Homestead High School.
  • Lakewood MS September Athletes Of The Month
    Lakewood Middle School’s Athletes of the Month for September.
  • Four Lady Tigers Named Academic All-State
    Four Lady Tiger volleyball seniors have been named to the IHSVCA Academic All-State Team.
  • Tigers Boys Soccer Season Ends vs. Concord
    With the match scoreless, Warsaw's boys soccer team got off to a great start in the second half Wednesday in its Class 3A Penn Sectional semifinal contest against Concord.

    But the Tigers were unable to build off the momentum, as the Minutemen rallied to post a 3-1 win.
  • Warsaw (6-1, 5-0 NLC) at NorthWood (2-3, 2-2); Manchester (2-5, 2-4 TRC) at Tippecanoe Valley (5-2, 5-1); Wawasee (2-5, 0-5 NLC) at Mishawaka (3-3, 3-1); Knox (3-4, 2-2 HNAC) at Triton (3-3, 2-2); Northfield (4-4, 4-2 TRC) at Whitko (4-3, 3-3)

  • Lady Tiger Runners Named All-NLC
    The Warsaw Lady Tiger Cross Country team remained undefeated in NLC Conference action this past Saturday. The Lady Tigers captured the Conference Championship meet comfortably beating Northridge 38-47 giving them the overall team title.
  • Sectional VB Pairings Announced
    Besides shooting for a perfect Northern Lakes Conference volleyball season when it hosts Concord on Thursday night — Warsaw will get a bye when it hosts a Class 4A sectional next week.

    Pairings for the 49th annual state tournament were drawn Sunday evening by the IHSAA.
  • Warsaw Wins 9th Straight Boys Tennis Sectional Title
    Warsaw ran its streak of boys tennis sectional titles to nine straight after a 4-1 win over Wawasee Saturday morning in a final much more competitive than the final score might indicate.
  • Warsaw Retains “W” Trophy With Win At Wawasee
    Warsaw overcame errors early in the contest that permitted host Wawasee to take a 10-7 lead into the second quarter. But the Tigers scored the next 28 points and rolled to a 42-17 Northern Lakes Conference football win over the Warriors Friday night.
  • Tiger Volleyball Downs Short-Handed Panthers
    What was supposed to be a showdown for Northern Lakes Conference volleyball supremacy turned into a slamdown favoring Warsaw.

    It materialized that way Thursday night due in no small part to a COVID-related shutdown heaped upon three of NorthWood’s best players just one day earlier.

    “We’ve been there,” empathetic winning coach Chandra Hepler said after her host Tigers cruised to a 25-5, 25-11, 25-8 victory over the suddenly depleted Panthers.
  • Tigers Beat Northridge, Run Table In NLC
    Warsaw fended off a fired-up Northridge squad Thursday, Oct. 1 to run the table in the Northern Lakes Conference girls soccer race.

    The Tigers produced goals in the 70th and 78th minutes at the Raiders’ Todd Woodworth Field for a 4-2 victory that helped them finish the 2020 regular season at 9-5-2 overall and 7-0 in the NLC.

    Warsaw led Northridge 12-11 in shots on goal, including 8-2 in the first half.
  • Tigers Get Northern Lakes Conference Win Over Visiting RedHawks
    The Warsaw Tigers football squad needed some big plays throughout the game to stave off their tenacious homecoming guest, the Goshen Redhawks, to take a 41-28 Northern Lakes Conference victory at Fisher Field Friday night.
  • Concord Rolls Past Warsaw Tennis
    It didn’t take long to see that, collectively, Warsaw probably was not going to derail Concord’s pursuit of perfection, although individually, senior Quinn Martin looked for a while like he might mess up Nathan Schraw’s.
  • Local sports recaps for Sept. 21
    Manchester Gets TRC?Girls Soccer Win Over Rochester; Unified Football sectional bracket, and more!
  • Warsaw, Valley, Wawasee’s Cripe Advance To Golf Regional
    NorthWood dominated Saturday’s high school girls golf sectional at Stonehenge in a big way.

    In the survive and advance world of the postseason, however, the Warsaw Lady Tigers, Tippecanoe Valley Lady Vikings and Wawasee’s Taylor Cripe had reason to smile.
  • Tigers Roll Past No. 11 Raiders
    Facing an opponent that hadn’t allowed a point all season, Warsaw reversed that with a bang, scoring on nearly every meaningful possession.

    With the Tigers churning for 268 ground yards and 349 overall, they knocked off Class 4A No. 11-ranked Northridge 27-14 in high school football Friday night at the Raiders’ spiffy, new Interra Field.
  • Previews of all six high school football games in the Times-Union readership area.
  • Recaps for Sept. 15
    Lakeland Christian Boys, Culver Community Play To Draw; Triton VB Postponed and more!
  • Vikings Win Unified Football Battle Over Warsaw
    Unified flag football launched its third season as a sanctioned IHSAA varsity sport Monday night at Fisher Field. Two of the state’s 25 charter teams from 2018 engaged in a high-scoring contest resulting in a 44-34 win for the Tippecanoe Valley Vikings over the host Warsaw Tigers.

    Unified flag football partners students with and without special needs for a blend of competition, fellowship, and fun. Tiger head coach Fred Parrett, a Warsaw fireman, talked about what he hopes the kids will gain from the experience.

    Parrett said, “We want the athletes to just come out and have fun, and let these childr
  • Warsaw Golfers Solidify 3rd Place Finish; Warriors 6th
    There was no change among the top two girls golf teams in the Northern Lakes Conference.

    The Warsaw Lady Tigers, on the other hand, were able to break a three-way tie in the regular season standings and solidify a third-place overall finish with their effort in Saturday’s eight-team conference tournament at South Shore Golf Club.
  • Tigers Win NLC Shootout Over Mishawaka
    Mishawaka Cavemen head coach Keith Kinder had a clock management challenge.

    The Warsaw Tiger offense, leading 33-32 with 4:12 left in the final quarter, had already scored touchdowns on five previous possessions. They were pushing for their sixth score at the guest’s 10-yard line when Kinder used all three available timeouts on consecutive Warsaw rushing plays to assure the visitors had enough time to tie the game if Warsaw did indeed score again.
  • Grimm, Tigers
Shut Out Minutemen
    Warsaw’s Audrey Grimm continued to be grim news for the rest of the Northern Lakes Conference on Thursday, and her Tiger teammates were none too shabby, either.
  • Recaps for Sept. 10
    Lakeland Christian Boys Soccer Falls In Clash Of Ranked Squads; Warriors Trim Lakers; Eastbrook Doubles Up Manchester; Valley Splits In TRC Golf; Wawasee Edges Fremont; Raiders Sweep Warriors
  • Warsaw Kickers Get To Work In First Half
    As people everywhere celebrated Labor Day weekend away from their jobs, Warsaw varsity soccer teams went to work Saturday - particularly in the first half.

    Hosting a doubleheader - the girls against Argos and the boys against Fort Wayne Snider - the Lady Tigers and Tigers built sizeable leads in the first 40 minutes and rode it to victory in their respective matches.
  • Tigers Get NLC Win Over Rockies
    The Warsaw Tiger gridders traveled to The Rock Pile in Plymouth where the hosts held Senior Night in their season home opener. A quartet of Tiger seniors, Mason Martz, Colton Wampler (33 carries, 125 yards, 2 touchdowns and 4 extra-point kicks), Aaron Greene (2 TD runs, 51 yards rushing, 26 yards passing), and Caden Silveus (interception and a tackle for loss) had designs of their own Senior Night festivities resulting in a 28-14 win in one of the states oldest football rivalry matches.
  • Local sports recaps for Sept. 3
    Valley Soccer Falls To Maconaquah In Overtime; Warrior VB Falls To Plymouth and more!
  • HS Football Scouting Reports for Week 3
    Warsaw at Plymouth; Northridge at Wawasee; Manchester at Wabash; Peru at Tippecanoe Valley; Whitko at Rochester and Triton at Caston
  • Area Sports Recaps for Sept. 2
    Warriors Earn Split In Conference Girls Golf Match, plus middle school volleyball and a bunch of state stuff from Tuesday.
  • Tigers Fall To Michigan City In Home Opener
    Warsaw Tiger senior quarterback Aaron Green tossed a 34-yard touchdown pass to Patrick Zollinger erasing visiting Michigan City’s 14-0 lead with 4:25 left in the first half. The fans at Fisher Field were energized by the comeback.

    However, the visiting Silver Wolves silenced the crowd sixteen seconds later with a 64-yard touchdown run by Kaydarious Jones; a jet sweep to regain a lead it would never relinquish. Warsaw experienced its first loss of the season 41-21 Friday night.
  • High School Football Previews For Friday
    Michigan City (1-0) at Warsaw (1-0); West Noble (0-1) at Wawasee (1-0); Bluffton (1-0 overall) at Manchester (1-0); Peru (1-0 overall, 0-0 TRC) at Whitko (1-0, 0-0); Tippecanoe Valley (0-1 overall, 0-0 TRC) at Northfield (0-1, 0-0)
  • Tiger Boys 1st, Girls 3rd In Paul Sibray Invitational Cross Country Meet
    The beginning of high school cross country season came Tuesday for Warsaw Community High School and other teams.

    While Jacob Kissling and Wini Barnett were again the top WCHS runners, the 2020 Warsaw Tiger Paul Sibray Invitational looked different than the 2019 version in other ways.
  • High School Sports Recaps for Aug. 24
    Wildcats Down Eagles; Whitko Beats Wabash; Squires Compete With N. Miami; Warsaw JV Wins
  • Tigers Win Opener Over Vikings
    The Warsaw Tigers don’t circle certain games beyond the first week. They strive to go 1-0 each Friday night. Huntington North put forth an effort that exploited a special teams miscue, exploited some early tackling weaknesses, and took advantage of opportunities despite a huge disparity in time of possession.

    However, the Tigers offense continued its brutal efficiency from last year, powered by Aaron Greene’s three rushing touchdowns of 22, 70 and 54 yards to defeat their hosts 42-35.