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  • Whitko Friends Duggins, Snep Get One Last Game As Teammates
    Emalee Duggins and Ellie Snep have been more or less inseperable for a decade now, more than half their lives to this point. They were teammates for Whitko’s girls basketball and softball teams, and saw their softball careers end in a 13-inning loss at Oak Hill in a sectional championship game.
  • Tigers 3rd At Regional, Advance To First Golf State Finals Since 2013
    Among the annual goals for the Warsaw boys golf team is to win sectional and show up at the regional with a shot at advancing to state.

    While the Tigers finished third at sectional, it was good enough to advance to Thursday’s regional at Swan Lake Golf Club. So the Tigers took their shot and duplicated their third place finish to advance to the state finals next week.
  • Wildcats Softball Players Honored
    Three Whitko softball players were named to the 1A-2A All-State team by the Indiana Coaches of Girls Sports Association Saturday.
  • 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
  • High School Sports Recaps 5.22.2019
    Snep’s No-Hitter Helps Lead Whitko In To 2A Sectional Title Game; Tigers Girls Tennis Falls In Regional Title Match; Triton SB Season Ends; Softball and Baseball Sectional Results, Scores
  • 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.
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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.
  • 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
  • Snep, Wildcats Blank Tippecanoe Valley
    Whitko softball rode its stout defense to a 3-0 victory over visiting Tippecanoe Valley Wednesday in Three Rivers conference play. Wildcats pitcher Ellie Snep posted a complete game shutout in the contest.
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • Whitko senior Chase Castillo (front row center) signed a letter of intent Monday to continue his academic and soccer careers at Manchester University in North Manchester.
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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.
  • 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
  • Former Warsaw Football Coach Jensen Taking Over At Whitko
    One might think former Warsaw head football coach Phil Jensen simply couldn’t stay away from the profession, but there’s a lot more to it than can be explained so easily.
  • 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.
  • Manchester Leaves Tying Run At Third; Whitko Gets TRC Win
    Manchester made just enough physical and mental mistakes in its Three Rivers Conference softball game to give host Whitko a win Wednesday.

    And the Wildcats came close to giving it back in pretty much the same manner.
  • Squire Baseball Collects 17 Runs, 17 Hits In Win Over Wildcats
    An explosive offense carried Manchester baseball to a 17-1 road win over Whitko Tuesday. The Squires recorded 17 hits during the rout.
  • Grace College Athletics Hosts Pair Of Sportsmanship Summits
    Grace College and Director of Athletics Chad Briscoe welcomed over 200 student-athletes from area high schools this week for two Sportsmanship Summits at Grace.
  • 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.
  • Wildcat Boys, Lady Squires Win In TRC 4-Way Track Meets
    Improvement for meets later in the season was a general mantra among coaches at a Three Rivers conference meet Tuesday.

    Manchester’s girls and Whitko’s boys won at Whitko, with Northfield finishing third and Lakeland Christian Academy, a non-conference invitee, finishing fourth.
  • A wrapup of local high school sports for Monday.
  • Whitko Coach Sees Progress In Loss To Northfield
    Whitko’s baseball team continues to show steady improvement, says head coach Bob Stambazze. He feels like one day, sooner rather than later, that improvement will show up in the win column.
  • Whitko, Wawasee Compete In Blustery Goshen Relays; Valley Gets 1 of 3 In Bremen Tourney; Warsaw Golf Finishes 13th; Manchester Rained Out
  • Warriors Hit Three Homers In NLC Softball Win; Weather Issues Friday, Today
  • 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.
  • Triton Tennis Sweeps Doubles Matches In Win Over Wildcats
    Whitko won at the top two singles positions, but visiting Triton won at No. 3 singles and rolled to a pair of quick wins in doubles play to take a 3-2 non-conference girls tennis win Tuesday.
  • 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
  • Whitko Tennis Falls To Northfield In Conference Play
    New Whitko girls tennis coach Calvin Sellers likely wasn’t happy with the outcome Thursday, a 3-2 home loss to Three Rivers Conference foe Northfield.
  • Viking Boys, Girls Track Teams Win Conference Openers
    Tippecanoe Valley couldn’t have been happier to open its Three Rivers  Conference boys and girls track seasons, taking wins over visitors Whitko and North Miami Tuesday night.
  • Whitko Tennis Blanked By Chargers; Triton Drops Season Opener To Knox; Boys, Girls Hoops Classifications Announced
  • SOUTH WHITLEY – Led by Zack Freel, Whitko High School’s boys track and field team beat Southwood 68-55 Tuesday evening.

    Freel won three individual events, taking first in the 100 (11.9 seconds), 400 (:55.1) and high jump (5-6), and was also on the winning 4x400 team with Ashton Schuh, Isaiah Pierce and Clayton Ebbinghouse (3:49.3).
  • TOPEKA – With one spill near the end of the second quarter, Whitko was forced to change its ways.
  • SOUTH WHITLEY – All Whitko needs is one night of fantastic basketball.
  • Whitko Outlasts Rival Manchester
    SOUTH WHITLEY – Every time Manchester inched closer, the Whitko boys basketball team pulled away.
  • CHURUBUSCO – Whitko held on for the win Saturday.
  • Wildcats Continue Winning Ways
    SOUTH WHITLEY – The Whitko Wildcats came through when it mattered Tuesday.
  • SOUTH WHITLEY – The good news for the Whitko girls basketball team is it drew a first-round bye in this week's Class 2A Central Noble Sectional.
  • Wildcats Hold Off TRC Rival Knights
    SOUTH WHITLEY – Whitko pushed past the press to pull out the win Friday.
  • Snep Rebounds On The Court – And In Life
    SOUTH WHITLEY – Ellie Snep rebounded from cancer, and she has no trouble rebounding a basketball.
  • SOUTH WHITLEY – Warsaw’s Trevor Rumple came through when it mattered Wednesday.
  • I’ve got to give credit where credit is due.
  • AKRON – It was wild. It was crazy. It was Parkur Dalrymple.
  • Wawasee Shoots Down Whitko Wildcats
    SYRACUSE – The?Wawasee High School gym was raining three-pointers Saturday.
  • Fierstos Leads Lady Squires Over Whitko
    NORTH MANCHESTER – When it mattered Friday, Kennedy Fierstos came through.
  • Wildcats Look To Score By Committee
    SOUTH WHITLEY – The Whitko boys basketball team is all about balance this season.
  • Lady 'Cats Fall To No. 3 Central Noble
    SOUTH WHITLEY – Whitko’s varsity girls basketball team got a taste of the best Tuesday.
  • Whitko Looking To Take Big Step
    SOUTH WHITLEY – For a long time, the Whitko girls basketball program had rich success.
  • Wawasee Edges Goshen For 1st Win, Retains WarHawk Trophy; Triton Closes Regular Season With Win; Manchester Rolls Past Peru In TRC Crossover; Whitko Falls To Apaches
  • Lady Vikings Sweep TRC Rival Whitko
    SOUTH WHITLEY – The Tippecanoe Valley volleyball team won 3-0 Wednesday in a Three Rivers Conference match at Whitko.

    Valley won the first game 25-17 before winning 25-21 in the second game and 25-16 in Game 3.
  • Tigers Beat Wawasee, Return To Boys Tennis Sectional Final; Whitko Eliminated
    The Warsaw boys tennis team is back in the sectional title match.

    The Tigers made light work of Wawasee, winning 5-0 Thursday at their own sectional.
  • Whitko Downs Valley In Sectional Opener
    “Improvement” was the key word Wednesday.
  • PLYMOUTH – Wawasee fell short Friday night.
  • Valley Kickers Beat Rival Whitko
    SOUTH WHITLEY – Tippecanoe Valley won by committee Wednesday.
  • Wawasee Spikers Sweep Whitko
    SOUTH WHITLEY – Monday was one, two, three for the Wawasee volleyball team.
  • Parker Pushes Valley Past Whitko Wildcats
    AKRON – Asked to describe Cameron Parker’s performance, the first word out of Tippecanoe Valley High School football coach Steve Moriarty’s mouth was “wow.”
  • Manchester Sweeps Rival Whitko
    NORTH MANCHESTER – The Manchester High School boys and girls soccer teams swept rival Whitko Wednesday evening, and did so in vastly different fashions.
  • SOUTH WHITLEY – Equalling their scoring output in their first six matches, Whitko High School’s girls soccer team scored its first win of the season Wednesday evening.
  • SOUTH WHITLEY – A week after a 28-0 loss to Whitley County rival Churubusco, the Whitko Wildcats were looking for a win over their other county nemesis – Columbia City.
    Neither the Eagles or Wildcats won their first game, so a win Friday at Ryan Huff Memorial Stadium would have propelled either program.
    It was a defensive struggle, to say the least.
  • SOUTH WHITLEY – A 56-0 shutout loss at Churubusco was not what the Whitko Wildcats ha