Warrior Swimmers Sweep Panthers In NLC Meet

NAPPANEE – Wawasee was dominant in sweeping host NorthWood in a Northern Lakes Conference swim meet Tuesday. The Warrior boys rolled to a 145-37 win while the Lady Warriors took a 125-58 decision.

The Wawasee girls won all three relay races and swept the top three spots in the 200 IM, the 100 butterfly and the 100 breaststroke. Alyssa Koch and Ella Park were double-winners for the Lady Warriors. Koch won the 200 IM and 100 while Park took the 200 and 500 free.

Belle Brunner won the 50 freestyle and was second in the 100 backstroke. Abigail Hackleman won the 100 butterfly and was second in the 200 IM. Rileigh Atwood won the 100 breaststroke was was seond in the 100 free.

Other top performers for the Wawasee girls were Caitlin Kingery, second in the 100 breaststroke and third in the 200 free; Tessa Freel, second in the 50 free; Lizzy Brugh, second in the 100 butterfly and 500 free; Emily Eshbach, third in the 200 IM and 100 breaststroke; and Alexis Bellamy, third in the 100 butterfly.

The Wawasee boys had an uncontested sweep in the 200 IM and swept the top three spots in the 200 free, the 100 butterfly, the 500 free and the 100 breaststroke. The Warriors took first n all three relay races as well.

The Warriors had three double-winners: Jared Krugman in the 200 free and 100 butterfly, Brady Robinson in the 200 IM and 100 breaststroke, and Brett Willaman in the 50 free and 100 backstroke.

Jake Cowan won the 500 free and was second in the 200 free. Bryce Knepp won the 100 free and was third in the 200 free. Isaiah Metcalf had a pair of second-place finishes in the 200 IM and 500 free. Daegan Kingery was second in the 50 free, Dane Jenkins second in diving, and Karlson Hand was second in the 100 free and 100 backstroke. Alexander Troutman was second in the 100 breaststroke and Spencer Naugler was second in the 100 butterfly and third in the 200 IM.

Aaron Troutman had a trio of third-place finishes; in the 100 butterfly, the 500 free and the 100 backstroke. Ira Kerlin took third in diving.

The Wawasee teams will host Plymouth in a conference meet Thursday.



WAWASEE GIRLS 125

NORTHWOOD 58

200 medley relay – 1. Wawasee (Alyssa Koch, Rileigh Atwood, Lizzy Brugh, Belle Brunner) 2:08.05, 2. NorthWood 2:16.49, 3. Wawasee 2:27.82; 200 freestyle – 1. Ella Park (W) 2:06.70, 2. Kate Jarvis (NW) 2:06.95, 3. Caitlin Kingery (W) 2:21.77, 4. Alison Troutman (W) 2:31.68; 200 IM – 1. Koch (W) 2:27.68, 2. Abigail Hackleman (W) 2:41.60, 3. Emily Eshbach (W) 2:52.30; 50 freestyle – 1. Belle Brunner (W) 28.73, 2. Tessa Freel (W) 29.57, 3. Avery Bontrager (NW) 30.63, 4. Alexandra Haberman (W) 30.73; Diving – 1. Laura Schrock (NW) 215.85, 2. Sarah Eberle (NW) 179.80, 3. Reagan Koble (NW) 159.60; 100 butterfly – 1. Hackleman (W) 1:15.28, 2. Brugh (W) 1:19.40, 3. Alexis Bellamy (W) 1:21.74; 100 freestyle – 1. Kate Jarvis (NW) 57.96, 2. Atwood (W) 58.68, 3. Haberman (W) 1:06.85, 4. Freel (W) 1:07.93; 500 freestyle – 1. Park (W) 5:41.27, 2. Brugh (W) 6:41.10, 3. Betsy Nunemaker (NW) 6:50.32; 200 freestyle relay – 1. Wawasee (Brugh, Freel, Kingery, Park) 1:59.07, 2. NorthWood 1:59.64, 3. Wawasee 2:08.68; 100 backstroke – 1. Koch (W) 1:08.38, 2. Brunner (W) 1:13.10, 3. Hannah Eberle (NW) 1:17.88, 4. Kara Derolf (W) 1:09.03; 100 breaststroke – 1. Atwood (W) 1:10.42, 2. Kingery (W) 1:23.85, 3. Eshbach (W) 1:31.22; 400 freestyle relay – 1. Wawasee (Park, Brunner, Koch, Atwood) 4:10.81, 2. Wawasee 4:46.65, 3. NorthWood 5:08.34.

WAWASEE BOYS 145

NORTHWOOD 37

200 medley relay – 1. Wawasee (Brady Robinson, Alexander Troutman, Jared Krugman, Brett Willaman) 1:51.06, 2. Wawasee 2:01.92, 3. NorthWood 2:12.96; 200 freestyle – 1. Krugman (W) 1:54.50, 2. Jake Cowan (W) 1:59.67, 3. Bryce Knepp (W) 2:05.68; 200 IM – 1. Robinson (W) 2:00.69, 2. Isaiah Metcalf (W) 2:15.90, 3. Spencer Naugler (W) 2:21.08; 50 freestyle – 1. Willaman (W) 24.37, 2. Daegan Kngery (W) 25.78, 3. Ethan Miller (NW) 26.88, 4. Eric Park (W) 27.53; Diving – 1. Caden Jenkins (NW) 223.70, 2. Dane Jenkins (W) 203.90, 3. Ira Kerlin (W) 199.55, 4. Austin Dunithan (W) 176.05; 100 butterfly – 1. Krugman (W) 58.41, 2. Naugler (W) 1:01.38, 3. Aaron Troutman (W) 1:06.42; 100 freestyle – 1. Knepp (W) 56.86, 2. Karlson hand (W) 57.20, 3. Daniel Hochstetler (NW) 58.93, 5. Blake Roose (W) 1:07.27; 500 freestyle – 1. Cowan (W) 5:15.66, 2. I. Metcalf (W) 5:27.24, 3. Aa. Troutman (W) 5:38.88; 200 freestyle relay – 1. Wawasee (I. Metcalf, Knepp, Cowan, Kingery) 1:44.61, 2. Wawasee 1:48.37, 3. NorthWood 1:54.58; 100 backstroke – 1. Willaman (W) 1:01.06, 2. Hand (W) 1:06.85, 3. Hochstetler (NW) 1:13.21; 4. Joshua Metcalf (W) 1:16.49; 100 breaststroke – 1. Robinson (W) 1:03.44, 2. Al. Troutman (W) 1:11.82, 3. Aa. Troutman (W) 1:15.15; 400 freestyle relay – 1. Wawasee (Krugman, I. Metcalf, Willaman, Robinson) 3:49.07, 2. Wawasee 3:54.36, 3. Wawasee 4:22.86.



Squire Wrestlers Split

NORTH MANCHESTER – Jackson Mathias (126 pounds), Wade France  (152) and Delton Moore (170) won twice each for Manchester in its split of a pair of wrestling matches Tuesday night. The host Squires beat Three Rivers Conference foe Northfield 64-15 and lost a non-conference match 43-30 to Lewis Cass.

Single-match winners for Manchester were: Ethan Williams (106), Elijah Burlingame (106), Ethan Shambarger (113), Tyce Rooney (120), Braden Fortner (138), Andrew Cagle (160) Ashton Moore (182), Trey Mcnall (195) and Bryce Kamphues (285).

Manchester (10-4) hosts Rochester in a Three Rivers Conference match Thursday.



LEWIS CASS 43, MANCHESTER 30

MANCHESTER 64, NORTHFIELD 15

Manchester results: 106 pounds – Ethan McWilliams  1-0, Elijah Burlingame  1-1; 113 – Ethan Shambarger 1-0; 120  – Tyce Rooney  1-1; 126 – Jackson Mathias 2-0; 132 – Kevin Morales 0-2; 138 –  Braden Fortner 1-1; 145 – Peyton Addair  0-2; 152 – Wade France  2-0; 160 – Andrew Cagle 1-1; 170 – Delton Moore 2-0; 182 – Trescott Duffy 0-1, Ashton Moore 1-1; 195 – Trey McNall 1-1; 220 – Gavin Mize 0-1; 285 – Bryce Kamphues 1-1



Lady Chargers Beat Whitko

SOUTH WHITLEY – Ellie Snep had a double-double with 14 points and 14 rebounds for Whitko in its 68-32 girls basketball non-conference home loss to West Noble Tuesday night.

The Lady Chargers led 20-10 after the first quarter and rolled to a 38-16 lead at halftime.

Whitko (1-11) will face Class 3A No. 3 Tippecanoe Valley in a Three Rivers Conference road game Saturday.



WEST NOBLE 68, WHITKO 32

WN    20    18    17    13    –    68

W    10    6    6    10    –    32

Whitko – Ellie Snep 14 points, 14 rebounds; Anna Ousley 8 points; Kayla Schipper 4 points, Sarah Hewitt 4 points; Lizz Fouts 2 points.

Records: W. Noble 9-2, Whitko 1-11.



Area Postponements

Four Times-Union area high school sporting events were postponed Tuesday night due to weather conditions.

Wawasee’s girls basketball game at Bethany Christian was rescheduled for Thursday night.

Warsaw’s Northern Lakes Conference swim meet at Plymouth was moved to tonight.

Triton’s non-conference boys basketball game with Bethany Christian was moved to Jan. 11.

Lakeland Christian’s home boys basketball game with North Miami will be played Jan. 9.