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  • Three Area Girls Named To Hoops All-Star Rosters
    Two Warsaw Lady Tigers and a Lady Warrior from Wawasee will play in the Indiana Class All-Star Classic this weekend in Anderson.
  • Northern Lakes Conference Announces Several Awards
    Tiger Boys Hoops Assistant Coach Arrested

  • Wawasee’s Griner Finishes 4th At IHSAA State Track Meet
    Wawasee senior Luke Griner finished fourth in the 800 at the IHSAA State Track and Field meets held Friday and Saturday at the Robert C. Haugh Track & Field Complex, on the Indiana University campus in Bloomington.
  • Tigers Edge Trojans For Last Spot At Boys Golf Sectional
    The postseason heightens drama, and the Warsaw boys golf sectional Friday at Rozella Ford didn’t lack for either the thrill of victory, or at least survival, or the agony of defeat.

    The host Tigers finished third in the sectional, grabbing the last team spot for Thursday’s Plymouth Regional. They edged Triton by two shots for the last spot.
  • Baseball Sectional, Boys Golf Recaps From Saturday
    Angola’s Walkoff Ends Wawasee’s Season; Panthers Down Vikings; Whitko Falls to Squires; GOLF: Triton Invitational; Manchester 2nd At Wabash; Tigers 8th At Lafayette Jeff
  • Mishawaka Snaps Lady Tiger Regional Streak At 7
    The weather reflected the mood of Lady Tigers track and field fans and parents Tuesday as Mishawaka secured first place at the Warsaw Regional in a 77-point victory.
  • Warriors Late Lead Drifts Away In Sectional Loss To Lakeland
    When freshman Abigayle Smith drilled a home run in the bottom of the sixth inning right off the right-field scoreboard – a scoreboard that until that point had shown no runs for either side – Wawasee looked momentarily poised to take a stirring 1-0 victory over the host Lakers in Tuesday’s Class 3A Lakeland Sectional softball semifinal.
  • Wildcats Use Big Innings To Advance In Softball Sectional; Manchester Falls At Culver Academies Regional, Warsaw Wins Late; Squires Wrap Up Regular Season With Win; Triton SB Sectional PPD; Softball and Baseball Sectional Results, Schedules
  • Locals Boys Golf Teams Compete In Bob Turner Classic; Vikings Beat Argos; Tigers Drop Baseball Finale To Blazers; Tigers Drop Baseball Finale To Blazers
  • Manchester Wins Fourth Straight Girls Tennis Sectional Title; Trojans Win HNAC Tourney; Tigers 2nd, Warriors 4th In NLC Tournament; Warriors Roll At Lakeland; Viking Baseball Wins Twin Lakes Classic Title; Squire SB?Blanks Tigers; Manchester Sweeps Twinbill From C. Noble; Warsaw BB Splits A Pair In Tiger Tournament; Wildcats Split In Finale; Wildcats 12th In Tourney; Lakeview MS results from state track meet
  • Tigers 4th, Wawasee 9th In Rain-Delayed Goshen Boys Track Sectional
    After a brief yet ferocious thunderstorm disrupted Thursday’s races, the Goshen Track Sectional concluded Friday with an Elkhart Memorial victory. Warsaw finished in fourth with 57 points, while Wawasee placed ninth in a 33 point effort.
  • Warriors’ Tipping Signs With Marian University
    Wawasee senior Isaiah Tipping signed a letter of intent Friday to continue his academic and athletic careers with Marian University in Indianapolis.
  • Several Equipment Changes Highlight High School Basketball Rules Changes
    Five of the seven rules changes in high school basketball concern player equipment, including new uniform provisions that will be required in the 2024-25 season.
  • Lady Tigers Dominate All-Conference Track Team; ALL-NLC Academic Team Announced Friday; Warriors Beat ‘Busco; Bremen Edges Wawasee; Panthers Defeat Trojans



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  • Columbia City and 18-time defending champion and host Warsaw advanced to the sectional championship tennis match with semifinal wins Thursday.

    Columbia City won a tightly-contested decision over Tippecanoe Valley, while the Tigers won over conference rival Wawasee.
  • Tigers Take NLC After Wins Over Plymouth, Memorial;Warrior Golf Turns Back Raiders At South Shore; Squire Golf Wins TRC Three-Way Match With Whitko, Tippecanoe Valley; Squires Fall To Oak Hill; Two Girls Tennis Sectionals Postponed; Boys Track Sectional Delayed By Lightning
  • Wawasee Thrives And Advances
    Wawasee’s and Whitko’s girls tennis teams wrapped up their regular season schedules against each other Monday, then opened the Warsaw Sectional facing off for the second time in 48 hours.

    In both cases, it was Wawasee that came away with a 5-0 win, with all five matches in straight sets.
  • Warriors Score 10 Over Final Three Frames, Beat Concord; Tigers Score Often In Win; Valley Eases Past Wildcats; Squire Rally Falls Short; Zebras Use Three Deuces To Outlast Squires; Triton Game Canceled; Local qualifiers from Plymouth girls track sectional
  • After a strong showing in many of the distance races, the Warsaw girls track team won their 13th sectional in a row by scoring 134.5 points at Tuesday’s IHSAA Sectional at Fisher Field on the Warsaw campus.
  • Squire BB, SB Walkoff Within 3 Seconds Of Each Other; 9-Run 7th Propels Tigers; Late Charger Rally Sends Wawasee To Loss; Viking Golf Falls; Tiger Golf Wins Two, Wawasee One NLC Match;
  • Warriors Edge RedHawks In Northern Lakes Conference Play; Two Wawasee Pitchers Combine For Shutout; Warriors Girls Tennis Shuts Out Whitko; N. Miami Wins Walkoff Over Tippecanoe Valley; Valley Drops Regular-Season Tennis Finale; Schedules Rearranged, Sectional Information for Baseball, Girls Tennis and Softball
  • Vikings’ Brouyette Earns Medalist Honors In Conference Tourney; Triton 3rd, Warsaw 4th At Culver Academies Invite; Wawasee Scores Early, Often In Win At West Noble; Warsaw Splits, Triton Drops Pair In Tiger Tourney; Tigers Split At Carroll; Valley SB Drops A Pair
  • Plymouth Pitching Keeps Warriors Off Stride In Conference Loss
    Plymouth pitcher Jesus Luva kept Wawasee hitters off balance, and when it was his turn to hit he helped his own cause considerably, lifting the visiting Pilgrims to a 11-2 Northern Lakes Conference baseball win over the Warriors Friday.
  • Tippecanoe Valley Rolls To TRC?Girls Tennis Win; Trojans Win 2 HNAC?Titles; Warrior Softball Rolls; Wildcats Fall To Eagles
  • Tigers Earn Sweep In Northern Lakes Conference Golf'; Warriors Split NLC?Match; Viking Softball Rolls; Comets Blast Trojans; Wildcats Shut Out By Peru
  • Wawasee Boys Hoops Coach Restored To Position
    Citing a contract misunderstanding and a desire to help coaches who are also school administrators to manage their time, Wawasee Community Schools Superintendent Dr. Tom Edington announced Thursday that Jon Everingham had been restored as the boys high school basketball head coach.
  • Tippecanoe Valley Girls Tennis Edges TRC Foe Whitko;  NLC Tennis Tournament Underway At Concord; Valley Falls In TRC Baseball; Raider Baseball Cruises Over Warriors; Wildcat Softball Blankedl Three Rivers Conference track meet results from Tuesday
  • Lady Tigers Dominate NLC Meet At Home; Boys 2nd
    Warsaw’s girls track and field was dominant Tuesday, finishing with 169 points to cap off an undefeated season and earn their 14th straight Northern Lakes Conference title Tuesday night at Fisher Field.
  • Warsaw’s Chookie Tosses No-Hitter; Tigers Beat Plymouth; Cavaliers Win Conference Slugfest Over Trojans; Warriors Wins Twice; Squire SB?Blanked; Wawasee Softball Wins Big At Northwood; Triton Girls Tennis Earns Win Against LaVille; Northwood Baseball Outlasts Wawasee 1-0;

    Tigers Pull Ahead Late, Beat Plymouth 11-5; Tigers Edge RedHawks; Big Inning Sends Whitko To Run-Rule TRC?Win
  • Wawasee Walks Off With Win Over Concord In NLC?Action; Tigers Trip Chargers; Warriors Third At Concord; Squires 3rd, Whitko 6th At Northfield Invitational; Triton 5th At Lafayette Jeff; Concord Run-Rules Wawasee; Chargers Walkoff Tigers; Warriors Hold Tigers Back; Squires Split In Tourney
  • Two 7-Run Frames Help Warriors Rout Memorial; Wawasee Tennis Wins; Squires Blank Vikings; Jimmies Roll Past Triton
  • High School Sports Recaps 5.3.2019
    Manchester Girls Win County Track Title, Boys 2nd; Tigers Sweep Eagles; Warriors Edge Jimmies; Panthers Down Warriors; Postponements and Cancellations; late Wednesday results
  • Tigers Get 3-0 ‘Home’ Win Over Wawasee
    Noah Burgh tossed a four-hit shutout, striking out eight and walking four for Warsaw in its 3-0 home win over Wawasee in a Northern Lakes Conference at Warrior Field.
  • Valley’s Brouyette Medalist; Warriors Boys Golf Beats Vikings – Lady Warriors Drop 2 In Northern Lakes Conf. Track; Zebras Edge Vikings; NLC-Leading Concord Edges Tigers; Wildcats Fall In 5 Innings; Postponements And Cancellations; Middle School Girls Track
  • Wawasee’s Classen To Compete At Delta State
    Wawasee senior Brady Classen (front row, second from left) signed a letter of intent Wednesday to continue his academic and diving careers at Delta State University in Cleveland, Miss.
  • IHSAA Approves FB Mercy Rule, Fan Suspensions
    The Indiana High School Athletic Association’s executive committee on Tuesday unanimously approved a new football mercy rule. The board also modified the tournament success factor and approved a measure insuring fan ejections result in suspension.
  • Most HS?Events Washed Out
    Nearly every high school sporting event in the Times-Union coverage area was rained out Tuesday. The following is a list of games and, where applicable, makeup dates.
  • Rain Wipes Out Everything
    All high school sporting events in the Times-Union coverage area were rained out Monday. The following is a list of games and, where applicable, makeup dates.
  • IHSAA Announces Class Changes, Sectional Assignments
    Indiana High School Athletic Association on Monday approved sectional assignments in six team sports for the next two school years.
  • Warrior Wrestler Torres Headed To Calumet College
    Wawasee senior Raymon Torres (front row, center) signed a letter of intent Monday to  continue his academic and wrestling careers at Calumet College of St. Joseph in Whiting.
  • Wawasee’s Castro To Wrestle At Defiance College
    Wawasee senior Alejandro Castro (front row, center) signed a letter of intent Monday to continue his academic and wrestling careers at Defiance College in Definace, Ohio.
  • Warriors 4th, Whitko 8th, Manchester 11th At Wawasee Invitational; Valley Wins Only Match In Tourney; Tigers 15th At Peru; Tigers Drop Twinbill; Warsaw Falls Twice; Turner, Knights Double Up Warriors; Big Deficit Early Hurts Valley In Loss; Events Canceled
  • IHSAA Announces Softball Sectional Pairings
    The Indiana High School Acticities Association announced pairings for the 35th annual state softball tournament, which begins with sectional play May 20.
  • High School Sports Recaps 4.27.2019
    Warsaw Tennis Wins Road Match Over Concordia; Vikings Best Maconaquah; Whitko Boys Get Track Wins, Girls Second To Wabash; Warriors Come Back To Down RedHawks; Warsaw Doubles Concord; Warriors Softball Blanked; Schedule Changes
  • Warriors’ Drake To Play Soccer At Trine
    Wawasee senor Dillon Drake signed a letter of intent recently to continue his soccer and athletic careers at Trine University in Angola.
  • Warsaw Tennis Takes NLC Win Over Wawasee In Two-Venue Match
    It took much longer than anticipated, started at one venue and finished at another, and was as competitive a match as any Wawasee and Warsaw have had in girls tennis in recent memory.

    Ultimately, the Tigers earned a 3-2 win over the host Warriors in a Northern Lakes Conference match that started on the Warsaw campus before rain forced players indoors at Eastlake Warsaw courts.
  • High School Sports Recaps 4.26.2019
    Wawasee Goes Low, Wins 4-Way Golf Match; Rain Suspends Triton; Games Called Off; Wednesday Results
  • Head, Neck Injury Evaluation Time Among 17 HS Wrestling Rule Changes
    In an ongoing effort to minimize the risk of injury in high school wrestling, additional time will be given to evaluate head and neck injuries when an appropriate health-care professional is present at a match.
  • Wawasee Wins 10-Inning NLC Baseball Marathon; Warriors Roll To Run-Rule Victory; Vikings Get TRC Win; Tiger Track Wins Two; Warsaw Downs Carroll; Tigers Fall To Raiders; Panthers Beat Wawasee; Whitko Golf Splits; Valley Falls At Glenn; Norse Edge Vikings; Raider SB Beats Warsaw.
  • Hundreds Of High School Coaches Recommit To Transform State’s Sports Culture
    Continuing deployment of the InSideOut Initiative, coaches and leaders from more than 100 Indiana schools will gather April 30 with the IHSAA Foundation, NFL Foundation, and Indianapolis Colts for training on character education through athletic experiences.
  • A wrapup of Tuesday's action, plus results from middle school competition from Monday.
  • Wawasee Tennis Coach Shane Staley Resigns
    In a lengthy Facebook post Monday, Wawasee girls and boys tennis coach Shane Staley publicly announced his resignation from the team, effective immediately.
  • A wrapup of local high school sports for Monday.
  • Six Rule Changes Coming Next Season For HS Swimming, Diving
    A total of six rule changes for high school swimming and diving were announced Monday by the National Federation of High School Associations.
  • Whitko, Wawasee Compete In Blustery Goshen Relays; Valley Gets 1 of 3 In Bremen Tourney; Warsaw Golf Finishes 13th; Manchester Rained Out
  • Everingham Out At Wawasee
    WHME Channel 46 Sports out of South Bend, via its Twitter feed, confirmed Friday the Wawasee boys basketball coaching position has been vacated.

    The station’s Tweet said “ (We) Have confirmation that Jon Everingham has not been renewed as Wawasee basketball coach after three seasons.”
  • Warriors Hit Three Homers In NLC Softball Win; Weather Issues Friday, Today
  • Warriors Hang Tough In NLC Loss To NorthWood
    Wawasee rallied late. But the gritty effort fell short as the Warriors lost 2-1 to visiting NorthWood in Northern Lakes Conference high school baseball Friday.
  • Tiger Track Takes Wins Over Wawasee, Northridge; Warsaw Falls To Homestead; Several Area Rainouts; Wednesday results
  • Squire Softball Wins In Three Rivers Conference Play; Warriors Down Chargers; Wildcats Trip Southwood; Tigers Down RedHawks; Triton Wins In HNAC Play; Big Inning Dooms Warriors; Braves Hold Off Vikings; Wildcats Fall To Zebras, Tuesday Recaps, Middle School Track
  • Wawasee Baseball Routs Whitko At Parkview Field Showcase
    The Wawasee Warriors rode an eight running first inning en route to a 10-3 win over the Whitko Wildcats Tuesday at Parkview Field. The game was part of the sixth annual High School Baseball Series hosted by the Fort Wayne Tin Caps.
  • Valley Scores Early In Win Over Culver Academies; Warrior Golf Downs Visiting Cougars; Vikings Beat Lancers; Tigers Fall To Eagles; Flying Jets Ground Squires; Wawasee Streak Ends; Top-Ranked Pioneer SB No-Hits Trojans
  • Wawasee Rallies Late For Win Over Tigers
    After trailing for most of the game, the Wawasee Warriors rallied to an 8-7 victory Monday night against the Warsaw Tigers.
  • Brooks’ Walk-Off Single Gives Wawasee 15-14 Win Over Warsaw
    Wawasee Tennis Stays Unbeaten, Blanks C. Noble; Trojan Linksters Win Tiebreaker Over Wawasee; Wildcats Roll Past N. Miami; Triton Edges Zebras; Knox Rolls Early In HNAC Victory Over Triton; Three Games Postponed Due To Wet Grounds
  • Wawasee’s Griner Signs With US Military Prep Academy
    Wawasee senior Luke Griner (front row, center) signed a letter of intent Friday to continue his academic and track careers as a cadet candidate at the United States Military Academy Preparatory School in West Point, N.Y.
  • Wawasee Rallies With 2 Runs In 7th For Win Over Squires
    After wondering all day Friday if they would play, Wawasee and Manchester’s softball teams contested a thriller of a non-conference softball game that the Warriors are likely to remember for quite a while – and the Squires are glad to put behind them.
  • Warriors Fall To Falcons
    Wawasee and Fairfield got back to the business of playing high school softball.
  • Wawasee Pours It On Against Squires
    NORTH MANCHESTER – When it rains it pours.
  • SYRACUSE ­– Wawasee High School’s boys and girls track and field teams opened their outdoor season Thursday by splitting with Westview.
  • Seventy-seven Indiana high school seniors – 39 boys and 37 girls – have been chosen as first-team Academic All-State by the Indiana Basketball Coaches Association.
  • Wawasee’s Schroeder Signs With I.U. - Kokomo
    Wawasee senior Casey Schroeder (front row, second from right) signed a letter of intent Thursday to continue her academic and basketball careers at Indiana University - Kokomo.
  • A pair of Times-Union area seniors have been selected to play in the North/South All-Star football game, which will be played July 12 at North Central High School in Indianapolis.
  • Wawasee's Smith To Run For Purdue Fort Wayne
    SYRACUSE – Wawasee High School senior McKenzie Smith has announced she will continue her academic and cross country and track careers at NCAA Division I Purdue Fort Wayne.
  • Vikings Beat Warriors For Sectional Title
    SYRACUSE – Tippecanoe Valley boys basketball coach Chad Patrick and his players heard the naysayers, they just didn’t pay attention to them.
  • Warriors Too Much For West Noble
    SYRACUSE – The Wawasee Warriors had been waiting all season for a game like Friday’s.
  • Wawasee's Rodriguez To Wrestle For Indiana Tech
    Wawasee High School senior Damien Rodriguez has announced his intention to further his academic and athletic career at Indiana Tech in Fort Wayne, where he will study Sports Management and wrestle for coach Thomas Pompei.
  • SYRACUSE – The Wawasee Warriors are only focused on one game.