Warsaw Golf Wins Eight-Team Brownsburg Invite

BROWNSBURG – The Warsaw Tiger golf team won the Brownsburg Invitational on Saturday by shooting a 306, just trimming second-place Brownsburg (307).

The Tigers were led by Chase Byron in the eight-team match. Byron shot a 73. Luke Delp followed with a 76 and Sam Yeager shot a 78. Jacob LaLonde had a 79 and Tommy Meier carded an 83 to round out the golfers for Warsaw.

The Warsaw junior varsity golf team finished third out of 14 teams at the Warsaw JV Invite at Rozella Ford Golf Course. 

Zach LaLonde finished second with a 76. Tucker Carlile and Cole Voss both shot a 90. Noah Pequignot fired a 101 and Mason Whitaker had a 114.

The Tiger varsity team competes against Plymouth and Elkhart Memorial on Tuesday at Cristiana Creek Golf Course.

Hepler Medals; Triton Wins Invitational

PLYMOUTH – The Tippecanoe Valley and Triton golf teams competed in the LaVille Invitational on Saturday.

Triton won with a 316 and Valley shot a 413 to end seventh.

Beau Hepler was the medalist with a 75 and led the Trojans. Chase Butler followed with a 78 and Keegan Westafer had an 81. Isaac Wall fired an 82 and Brock Watkins carded a 90.

Valley’s Cade Brouyette finished second with a 76. Carter Kister shot a 109 and Bryce Madeford had a 111. Corey Fincher (117) and Mason Pervis (123) rounded out the golfers for the Vikings.

Valley competes at Whitko tonight  and Triton returns to action on Friday.

Manchester’s Kruschwitz Medals In 10-Team Invite

WABASH – At the Northfield Cole Memorial Golf Invitational on Saturday, Manchester finished fourth and Whitko ended eighth in the 10-team match. Mississinewa won with a 322.

The Squires shot a 356 and were led by the invite medalist, Harley Kruschwitz, who fired a 72 and won by three strokes.

Nathan Self shot a 91 to finish second on the team and Konrad Borgmann carded a 94. Klayton Hendrix shot a 99 and Logan Parrett rounded out the golfers with a 101.

Whitko carded a 378 as team and was led by Kylar Bryant (91). Cade Bechtold shot a 93 and Dale Reiff had a 96. Jonathan Strayer followed with a 98 and Kaleb Busz rounded out the Wildcat golfers with a 100.

The Wildcats host Tippecanoe Valley tonight. Manchester is back in action on Wednesday as it hosts Southwood and Rochester.

Wawasee Baseball Falls To Fort Wayne Concordia

SYRACUSE – The Wawasee baseball team lost 12-6 to Fort Wayne Concordia on Saturday.

Kameron Salazar led the team with three hits and had one RBI. Parker Young had a triple and two RBIs for the Warriors. Jeremiah Bess had a double and one RBI.

The Warriors play at NorthWood tonight for a Northern Lakes Conference showdown. First pitch is slated for 5 p.m.


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Concordia – Joel Miller (W, 5.1IP, 6H, 6R, 6ER, 3BB, 2SO), Tyler Grossman (1.2IP, 2H, 0R, 0ER, 1BB, 2SO)

Wawasee – Cayden Wegener (L, 5IP, 11H, 8R, 6ER, 2BB, 1SO), Josh Slabaugh (1.2IP, 2H, 4R, 2ER, 2BB, 1SO), Sam Savage (0.1IP, 0H, 0R, 0ER, 0BB, 0SO)

2B – Jeremiah Bess (W), Zeke Bultemeyer (C), Tyler Grossman (C) 

3B – Parker Young (W)

Records: Wawasee 8-9, Concordia 8-8

Squire Baseball Loses Twice In Doubleheader

NORTH MANCHESTER – The Manchester Squire baseball team lost 13-2 and 2-0 to DeKalb on Saturday in a doubleheader.

In the first game, Jeremiah Airgood had two doubles for the Squires. Kaleb Fluke had a double and an RBI. Hayes Sturtsman and Trey McNall each had a base hit.

In the second game, Kaleb Fluke and Mason Meyer both tallied a hit. Mason Roberts pitched seven innings and allowed two runs on three hits.

Manchester hosts Northfield tonight for a Three Rivers Conference contest at 5 p.m.


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Records: Manchester 4-8, DeKalb 12-7

Wawasee Falls To Eastside

BUTLER – The Wawasee softball team lost 4-3 in eight innings to Eastside on Saturday. 

Wawasee scored a run in the top of the seventh to tie the game at 3-3, after scoring two runs in the sixth. 

Wawasee’s Kiaundra Olson pitched 7-1/3 innings and allowed two earned runs and struck out seven.

Maddison Mottern and Faith Swihart both had two hits for the Lady Warriors. Swihart had one RBI and Amanda Jenkins added a base hit and an RBI.

Wawasee returns to action tonight at home against NorthWood.


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Wawasee – Kiaundra Olson (L, 7.1IP, 8H, 4R, 2ER, 3BB, 7S0)

Eastside – Jahnna Weaver (W, 8IP, 6H, 3R, 0ER, 2BB, 0SO)

2B – Brittany Salinas (E), Kensie Rieke (E) 

Records: Wawasee 6-9, Eastside 2-10

Lady Warriors Compete In Goshen Relays

GOSHEN – The Wawasee girls track and field team finished in fifth place in Class A at the Goshen Relays on Saturday. Penn won the class with a score of 92 points.

Wawasee’s Sara Pritchard won the discus throw with a distance of 100 feet, 2 inches. She finished fourth in the shot put with a toss of 32 feet,  6 inches.

Hannah-Marie Lamle and Jada Parazygot finished second and third, respectively, in the long jump event. Parazygot tied for fourth place in the pole vault. Katie Haines tied for fourth in the high jump.

The 1600-meter sprint medley team of Faith Tipping, McKenzie Smith, Bailey Mayhew and Haines finished second in the event. The Lady Warriors clocked a time of 4:22.45. 

The quartet of Emma Ebright, Ella Beezley, Mayhew and Smith had a third-place finish in the distance medley relay.

Wawasee competes in the Northern Lakes Conference Championships on Tuesday at Goshen.

Class A Team Scores – Penn 92 Angola 90, SB Adams 70, Concord 61 Wawasee 45, Goshen 38

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Results: Distance Medley – 1. Penn  13:23.74, 2. Angola 13:49.12, 3. Wawasee 13:53.63; 4x100 – 1. Concord 50.42, 2. SB Adams 50.77, 3. Penn 52.75, 5. Wawasee 56.32; 4x400 – 1. Penn 4:07.52, 2. Angola  4:11.59, 3. Goshen 4:21.31, 7. Wawasee 4:45.32; 4x100 Shuttle Hurdle – 1. Concord A 1:05.13, 2. Angola 1:06.74, 3. Goshen 1:09.09; 4x200 – 1. Concord 1:46.64, 2. SB Adams 1:47.97, 3. Angola 1:56.35; 4x800 – 1. Angola 9:48.77, 2. Penn 10:10.76, 3. SB Adams 10:50.76, 6. Wawasee 11:43.69; 800 Sprint Medley – 1. SB Adams 1:54.09, 2. Angola 1:58.33, 3. Concord 2:09.35; 800 Sprint Medley Fresh/Soph – 1. Penn 1:59.80, 2. New Prairie 2:07.81, 3. Goshen 2:16.25, 4. Wawasee 2:16.63; 1600 Sprint Medley Intermediate – 1. Penn 4:21.47, 2. Wawasee 4:22.45, 3. Angola 4:28.82; High Jump Relay – 1. Katlyn Brown (A), 5-5.75, 2. Natalie Hartman (P) 5-1, 3. Josel Mwenifumbo (SBA) 5-0, 4. Katie Haines (W) 4-10; Pole Vault Relay – 1. Amanda George (P), Ali Cranston (A) 11-0, 3. Kayleight McKee (G) 8-6.50, 4. Jada Parazygot (W) 8-6; Long Jump Relay – 1. Jillian Kissinger (G) 16-1.50, 2. Hannah-Marie Lamle (W) 15-8.50, 3. Jada Parazygot (W) 15-5.0; Shot Put Relay – 1. Abbi Garwood (P) 33-11, 2. Skylar Denton (NP) 33-8, 3. Alecia Parker (SBA) 33-6, 4. Sara Pritchard (W) 32-6; Discus Throw Relay – 1. Sara Pritchard (W) 100-2, 2. Katlyn Brown (A) 90-9, 3. AJ Pant (P) 90-4.

Whitko Competes At Tony Wright Memorial Invite

ANGOLA – The Whitko girls tennis team finished eighth in the Tony Wright Memorial Invitational at Angola on Saturday.

Jackie Werstler placed fourth at No. 1 singles for the Lady Wildcats. She won 6-1, 6-2 against Fremont, before falling to Norwell and Blackhawk Christian.

Whitko plays at Fort Wayne Wayne on Wednesday.

Warsaw Hosts NLC Tennis JV Invitational

The Warsaw Lady Tiger junior varsity tennis team finished second on Saturday in the Northern Lakes Conference junior varsity invitational held at Warsaw.

Wawasee finished in sixth place. Sailor Davis-York finished second at No. 2 singles to lead the Lady Warriors

Kaitlin Graber ended in sixth at No. 1 singles. The duo of Valerie Haessig and Brittney Jackson finished sixth at No. 1 doubles.

Anna Grill finished first at No. 3 singles for the Lady Tigers.