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  • Hoskins’ 67 Leads Tiger Linksters To NLC Title
    The Warsaw Tigers entered Saturday’s 2022 Northern Lakes Conference (NLC) boys’ golf tournament tied with the Northridge Raiders at 6-1 in the regular season standings. Warsaw used a convincing 6-stroke victory by Cal Hoskins accompanied by three other Tiger golfers among the top ten finishers to clinch the outright NLC title Saturday at Black Squirrel Golf Course.
  • Local High School Sports Recaps For 5/19
    Baseball, Softball, Boys Track
  • WARSAW – Warsaw continued its traditional dominance in sectional action Tuesday night with its 15th straight (excluding the COVID shutdown) IHSAA girls’ track and field sectional title. Most of the Tiger athletes were in diapers or were starting pre-school the last time the Warsaw girls’ squad did not win a sectional (2006).
  • Baseball, Softball, Girls Track and Boys Golf
  • Local High School Sports Recaps For 5/16
    Baseball, Softball and Girls Tennis
  • Local High School Sports Recaps For 5/14 & 5/13
    Baseball, Softball, Boys Golf and Girls Tennis
  • Baseball, Softball and Girls Tennis
  • Feels Like Old Times For Tigers At Boys, Girls’ NLC Meet
    It felt like old times for the Warsaw Tigers boys’ and girls’ track and field squads at the 400-meter oval in the Tiger Athletic Complex (TAC) Tuesday night with both squads hoisting championship hardware at the 2022 Northern Lakes Conference championship meet.
  • Baseball, Softball, Track and Girls Tennis
  • Local High School Sports Recaps For 5/8
    Baseball, Softball and Girls Tennis
  • Local High School Sports Recaps For 5/4
    Baseball, Softball, Boys Track, Boys Golf and Girls Tennis
  • Local High School Sports Recaps For 5/2
    Baseball, Softball and Girls Tennis
  • Local High School Sports Recaps For 4/29 & 4/28
    Baseball, Softball, Boys Golf and Girls Tennis
  • Local High School Sports Recaps For 4/27
    Baseball, Softball, Track, Boys Golf and Girls Tennis
  • Local High School Sports Recaps For 4/26
    Baseball, Softball, Track and Girls Tennis
  • Local High School Sports Recaps For 4/25
    Baseball, Softball, Boys Golf and Girls Tennis
  • Northridge Rallies In Bottom Of Seventh To Beat Wawasee
    Wawasee held a one-run lead with one out in the bottom of the seventh inning Monday, April 25 in a Northern Lakes Conference baseball game on the turf at Northridge’s D-Bat Elkhart Field.

    The host Raiders — which not not get a hit off Warriors senior right-hander Grant Brooks until the sixth inning — used a double by Gavin Collins, a Wawasee fielding miscue on a ball hit by Harrison Slabaugh and a walk-off two-run ground-rule double by Max Horner for a 5-4 victory.
  • Baseball, Softball, Track, Boys Golf, Girls Tennis
  • Tiger Boys’ Track Posts Dominant Conference Win
    The Warsaw Tigers hosted Times-Union area Northern Lakes Conference (NLC) foe Wawasee along with Northridge for Senior Night in a double-dual meet resulting in wins by the Tigers over the Wawasee Warriors 123-9, and over the Northridge Raiders 87-45.
  • Local High School Sports Recaps For 4/19
    Baseball, Softball, Track and Girls Tennis
  • Baseball, Softball, Track and Girls Tennis
  • Warriors Leave Bases Loaded In Seventh In 7-4 Loss
    The Wawasee Warriors softball team loaded the bases in the bottom of the seventh inning trailing 7-4 with one out, but a called strikeout and a ground-out to the pitcher punctuated a problem the Warriors had against the Manchester Squires all evening in their 7-4 loss.
  • Baseball, Softball, Track, Boys Golf and Girls Tennis
  • Baseball, Softball and Track
  • Local Area Hoopsters Named To All-Conference Teams
    Both the Northern Lakes and Hoosier North Athletic conferences announced their respective all-conference teams for boys basketball Monday, honoring five local area athletes.
  • Pair Of Late Runs Pushes NorthWood Past Wawasee
    The Wawasee Warriors held tough, but two big second-half runs were enough for the Class 3A No. 3 NorthWood Panthers to hang on and win a sectional championship 40-23 on the Warriors home court Saturday night.
  • Wawasee Blows Past Lakers, Hosts Sectional Final
    With the buzz of their home fans behind them, a fired up Wawasee Warriors side took down Lakeland 53-32 in the Class 3A Sectional 21 semifinal Friday night. The Warriors will be back on their home court Saturday, winners of four of their last five, to compete for the sectional championship.
  • Wawasee Girls Basketball Coach Matt Carpenter Announces Resignation
    Matt Carpenter, the head coach of the Wawasee varsity girls basketball team for the last six seasons, announced his resignation effective immediately Tuesday, as announced by the school in a press release.
  • Wawasee Thumps Tippy Valley In Regular Season Finale
    The Warriors of Wawasee got a little boost as the team heads into the postseason after emerging from their regular season finale against Tippecanoe Valley with a 42-26 victory. Wawasee ends the regular season with an 8-14 record, while the Vikings finish at 13-9.
  • Wawasee’s Harper Wins Sectional 100 Backstroke In School-Record Time
    Wawasee sophomore Nathan Harper set a school record helped the Warriors place fourth out of 10 teams Saturday, Feb. 19  in the IHSAA Northridge Sectional for boys swimming and diving.
  • Eleven Local Girls Basketball Players Named To All-Conference Teams, Krebs Wins COTY
    A plethora of local athletes as well as Warsaw head coach Lenny Krebs were honored with postseason accolades following the conclusion of girls basketball season in the area.
  • The Penalty Box: A Matter Of Honor
    I read with a lot of interest the story in the Times Union last week about the Wawasee School Board meeting.

    The school board has been approached with the concept of naming the football stadium at Wawasee after Harry J. Michael.

    Not everyone believes this is a good idea.
  • LaVille at Triton, Goshen at Wawasee, Manchester at Peru
  • Area Wrestlers Survive, Advance From Penn Regional
    22 of 34 area wrestlers who battled in the Penn Regional Saturday will advance to the East Chicago Semistate this coming weekend. The Wawasee Warriors led the way among area teams with a third-place team finish (106.5 points) and 8 semistate qualifiers. Backyard rivals Penn (214.5 points), and 2022 Northern Lakes Conference (NLC) champion Mishawaka (176.5 points) finished first and second respectively.
  • Lady Vikings Fight Their Way Into Girls’ Sectional Final
    The Tippecanoe Valley Vikings girls’ basketball squad trailed 36-22 with 56 seconds left in the third quarter before scoring five points to end the period, then finishing what resulted in a 19-0 run to overtake the Wawasee Warriors 42-41 in Class 3A Sectional 20 action at Northwood’s Panther Pit Friday night.
  • A quartet of Wawasee Warriors and a Warsaw Tiger were named to the All-Northern Lakes Conference wrestling team Tuesday.
  • Area Wrestlers Have Strong Sectional Showing
    34 Times-Union readership area athletes among four schools had a strong performance in Saturday’s Plymouth wrestling sectional. These athletes advance to this coming Saturday’s Penn sectional at 9 a.m. The Wawasee Warriors (12 regional qualifiers) finished second in team scoring (249.5 points) to the host Plymouth Rockies (250.5 points), who clinched the team title with a major decision victory in the 285-pound championship bout, the afternoon’s final match.
  • Wawasee Uses Massive 3rd Quarter Run To Roll Past Tippy Valley
    Leading by double digits earlier in the contest, the visiting Wawasee Warriors saw their lead turn into a one-point deficit to the Tippecanoe Valley Lady Vikings Tuesday night. The response was a 17-0 run to end the quarter and put an exclamation point on a 53-45 nonconference victory, Wawasee’s first regular season victory over the Lady Vikings since 2013. The Warriors move back up to .500 at 11-11, while Tippy Valley has its four game winning streak snapped and falls to 14-7.
  • Wrestling: Wawasee finishes 15th at Al Smith Classic
    Wawasee earned places in three weight classes at the ultra-tough Al Smith Classic, which ended its two-day run Thursday, Dec. 30 at Mishawaka High School.
  • Wrestling: Three Warriors make Day 2 at Al Smith Classic
    Three Wawasee wrestlers earned the right to wrestle on the second day of the 42nd Al Smith Classic at Mishawaka High School.

    Coming through the losers’ bracket in the 32-team event were senior Dylan Tom (126 pounds), junior Logan Stuckman (132) and junior Gavin Malone (160). Tom went 3-1 (including two pins) Wednesday while Stuckman (overtime decision in his final match) and Malone (four pins) were both 4-1.
  • Offense Falters In 4th Quarter Of Wawasee Loss
    Taking on the 2A No. 1 Central Noble Cougars, the Warriors of Wawasee punched back every time they were knocked down in a close contest that came down to the wire. With the game tie through three quarters, it was the Warriors inability to score the ball in the fourth quarter that doomed the team in a 40-34 loss.
  • Sloppy Play Dooms Lady Warriors In Loss To Central Noble
    Scoring 10 points in the first four minutes, the Wawasee Warriors looked to be on their way to a victory over 9-4 Central Noble.

    But difficulty holding onto and scoring the basketball throughout the rest of the contest would be the difference, as the offensive miscues would doom the Warriors in a 48-39 loss Wednesday night.
  • Lady Tigers Stay Unbeaten In NLC, Beat Wawasee
    The Wawasee Warriors girls’ basketball team was seeking their first Northern Lakes Conference (NLC) win Saturday night in the Hardwood Teepee, but they’ll have to wait until they face their next conference foe in January to crack the league win column. The Warsaw Tigers’ solid, balanced attack in Saturday’s 51-27 win kept the Warriors out of the NLC’s win column.
  • Tigers Top Wawasee Warriors In NLC Opener
    Not that he was unknown before, but Jaxson Gould has sent a message to opposing defenses the last two games.
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  • Goshen Shades Wawasee In Tight NLC Contest
    Wawasee trailed by as many as nine points late in the fourth quarter and was behind by seven with 1:22 to go.

    But the Warriors hustled and whittled Goshen’s lead down to three and had a chance to tie the game in the final seconds before falling 43-40 Friday, Dec. 10 in Northern Lakes Conference girls basketball at Iterra Gym.
  • Wawasee Finishes Strong To Defeat Manchester
    Wawasee took the momentum away from visiting Manchester and earned a 52-45 non-conference boys basketball victory Friday, Dec. 3 at the Hardwood Teepee.
  • Wawasee Drops Close Season Opener
    A game that came down to the final possession saw Fairfield edge visiting Wawasee 44-42 Tuesday, Nov. 23 in season-opening non-conference boys basketball.
  • Lady Trojans Roll Away From Wawasee In 4th Quarter For Win
    Trailing by one entering the fourth quarter, visiting Triton outscored Wawasee 14-5 to earn a 45-37 non-conference girls basketball win at the Hardwood Tepee Saturday night.
  • Wawasee Drops NLC Opener At Concord
    It was a conference opener and the atmosphere was electric.

    "It was a tough environment to play in, but it's Indiana high school basketball, " said Wawasee coach Matt Carpenter after his Warriors lost  47-41 in a back-and-forth Northern Lakes Conference girls basketball contest at McCuen Gym. "Our girls look forward to that challenge."
  • Tippecanoe Valley Defeats Logansport; Wawasee Picks Up Win Over Lakeland; Manchester Falls To Adams Central; Whitko Falls To Peru
  • Wawasee Showcases Depth In Win Over Westview
    A packed student section and vibrant crowd at Wawasee High School was treated to a dominant performance by the Warriors girls basketball team in a 59-33 non-conference victory over the Warriors of Westview.
  • Wawasee Rolls To Opening Night Victory Over Manchester
    On what was opening night for both the Wawasee and Manchester girls basketball teams, it was the Warriors who came out on top, winning 58-39. Wawasee starts the season off with a 1-0 record, while the Lady Squires drop to 0-1. 

  • Five Seniors Return For Wawasee GBB
    SYRACUSE — Wawasee experienced its share of interruptions during the 2020-21 girls basketball season.

    Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Warriors had the first five games on their scheduled wiped out. After the scrimmage, they had to wait weeks to play their Nov. 3 opener.

  • 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.
  • Wawasee Struggles; Ends Season With 42-14 Loss
    It was a tale of two halves for the Wawasee Warriors in the first round of their 4A sectional matchup with DeKalb. After going into the halftime locker room with the score knotted up at 7-7, it was all Barons in the second half, as DeKalb scored 35 unanswered points to cruise to a 42-14 victory.  



  • Tippecanoe Valley (9-0) at Garrett (4-5), Bremen (6-3) at Manchester (4-4), DeKalb (1-8) at Wawasee (1-8), Whitko (1-8) at Central Noble (7-2)













  • Warsaw Boys, Girls CC Win Regional Championships
    Wawasee’s Season Ends At Elkhart Regional
  • Triton Defends Sectional VB?Title
    Whitko Holds Off Bluffton, Falls To S. Adams; Lady Warriors Fall To NorthWood
  • Wawasee Comeback Falls Short
    Wawasee scrapped and clawed and came up just short against long-time football rival Goshen.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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
  • Manchester Boys Soccer Drops Sectional Match Against Culver, Wawasee Girls Soccer Falls In Sectional To DeKalb, Wawasee’s Brooks & Babb Fall In Regionals, Tippecanoe Valley Volleyball Defeats Rochester, Wawasee Volleyball Defeats West Noble, Manchester Volleyball Falls To Wabash, Triton Volleyball Drops Match To Caston



























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