Tippecanoe Valley Gets First Soccer Win In A Rout

AKRON – After suffering a couple of tough luck losses, The Tippecanoe Valley coed soccer team put together their best game of the season thus far against North Miami, winning 9-1 in Three Rivers conference play. The Vikings left the field winners for the first time this year.

The game started slowly as both teams took roughly 15 minutes to find themselves. Viking striker Caleb Petgen opened the scoring with about 25 minutes left in the first half and that began a flurry of goals for the Vikings. John Ruiz and Christian Ramirez each added a goal prior to intermission as Valley led 3-0 at the break.

Petgen, Ramirez and Ruiz each added two goals each in the second half, giving each player a hat trick on the night. Arturo Dominguez  added two assists on the night.

The victory came at a good time for the Vikings. They are approaching a challenging week beginning Monday at Culver Community. From there, Valley comes home to face arch rival Rochester Sept. 16 and Peru the following evening in a pair of TRC games.



Blackhawk, LCA Draw

WINONA LAKE – Micah Burns scored the equalizer in the 61st minute for Class 1A No. 14 Lakeland Christian, and the Cougars played to a 1-1 draw with visiting Fort Wayne Blackhawk Christian Tuesday night.

Cougar goalkeeper Peter Koller saved 19 shots to preserve the tie.

“Our team started slow tonight, and we had trouble maintaining possession. We scored off of a set piece, and I credit our guys for stepping up and playing better in the second half,” said LCA head coach Dan Miller. “Peter Koller played well in goal and Micah Burns continues to make plays.”

Lakeland Christian takes a 5-2-1 record into Thursday’s match with Class 1A No. 2 Lakewood Park Christian in Auburn.



No. 11 Panthers Down Wawasee

SYRACUSE – Ethan Carey had a penalty-kick goal in the second half, but host Wawasee fell 3-1 to class 2A No. 11 NorthWood in Northern Lakes Conference boys soccer Tuesday.

The Warriors will host Lakeland High School Thursday on the grass pitch at Wawasee.



Wildcats Sweep Tigers

PERU – Morgan Howard had 17 kills and eight digs, and Abbi Frank had seven kills, three aces and six digs for Whitko in its 25-15, 25-21, 25-12 win at Peru in Three Rivers Conference volleyball Tuesday.

Katelyn Cripe had 23 assists, Audra Brandenburg had seven blocks and five kills, and Brooke Schroeder had four aces for the Wildcats. Brooklynn Coburn had three kills and a block in the winning effort.

Whitko will host Manchester in a TRC match Thursday.



Boys Tennis

Tippecanoe Valley 3, Triton 2

Singles:?No. 1 – John Gardner (T) def. Payton Mills 2-6, 6-1, 6-3; No. 2 – Connor Large (T) def. Dylan?Neese 6-2, 6-0; No. 3 – Owen Kirchenstein (TV)?def. Cole McKinney 7-5, 6-3; Doubles: No. 1 – Annakin Pettit & Ethan Hartman (TV) def. Riby Linville & Chandler Westafer 6-3,6-3; No. 2 – Cooper Walls & Wyatt Reiter (TV)  def. Chase King & Damon Kuntz 6-3, 6-4.



Goshen 5, Wawasee 0

Singles: No. 1 – Pi Wellington (G) def. Holden Babb 6-4, 6-1; No. 2 – Moses Sawatzky (G) def. Zeke Keim 6-2, 6-2; No. 3 – Isaac Stahly (G) def. Nathan Harper 6-0, 6-3; Doubles: No. 1 – Brenton Pham & Carlos Lichty (G) def. Grant Brooks  & Blaine Baut 6-3, 6-2; No. 2 – Will Nisley & Carter Schmucker (G) def. Devon Kuhn & Ty Brooks 7-5, 6-2.

Wawasee (5-8, 0-3 NLC) hosts West Noble today in a match originally scheduled for Aug. 28.



Girls Golf

North Judson 232,

Triton no score

Triton – Maddie Ritchison 59, Haley Rensberger 62, Lilly Hubert 65.

Next – HNAC Tournament at North Judson Saturday.



John Glenn 180, Tippecanoe Valley 199, Northridge 239

Valley – Madelyn Weaver 44, Kaydence Mellott 48, Cheney Canada 50, Lydia Miller 53, Molly Moriarty 57, Lily Ault 58.



Middle School Girls Soccer

Argos 5, Wawasee 1

Wawasee – Morgan Reel, goal.



8th grade volleyball

Lakeview def. Bethany Christian

25-10, 18-25, 15-9

Lakeview – Daihya Chupp, 3 aces, 14 assists; Maggie Hollon, 2 aces, 7 kills; Mia Jones, 5 aces; Alena Carboneau, 3 kills; Abbey Peterson, 3 aces, 1 kill; Lilia Gustafon, 5 assists; Ally Anderson, 1 ace,3 kills; Brook Winchester, 2 kills; Nevaeh Lowe, 2 kills.