Warsaw at Plymouth Powerball Tournament
For the second straight season, Warsaw volleyball had a memorable day at the Plymouth Powerball Tournament, going 4-0 on Saturday to take home the trophy. The Lady Tigers are now 7-5 this season.
To earn first place, the Lady Tigers picked up wins against Penn, New Prairie, Valparaiso and Chesterton. Warsaw dropped just one game over the four matches.
The Lady Tigers open up Northern Lakes Conference play Tuesday evening at home against Mishawaka.
Wawasee at West Noble
For the second straight week, Wawasee battled hard but ultimately was unable to escape with a victory, falling 20-12 to West Noble on the road Friday night. The Warriors are now 0-2.
Mason Shoemaker threw for 136 yards and two scores. Hunter Tinkey was great once again, gathering 62 yards and a score receiving as well as 28 yards rushing. Bradyn Pike caught one pass for 20 yards and a touchdown.
The Warriors will stay on the road for their first Northern Lakes Conference game Friday night at Goshen.
Manchester at Bluffton
Manchester took a bit too long to get going Friday night, going down early in a 56-14 road loss to Bluffton. The Squires are now 1-1 this season.
Logan Eastgate threw for 123 yards and two scores. Eli Metzger caught two balls for 74 yards and a score. Colten Nelson had 30 yards receiving and a touchdown grab as well. Reiss Gaerte was busy on defense for the Squires, totaling eleven tackles.
Manchester begins Three Rivers Conference play Friday night at home against Wabash.
Whitko at Peru
Whitko began its Three Rivers Conference campaign against Peru Friday night, never really able to get anything going in a 42-6 loss. The Wildcats are now 1-1 this fall.
Trevor Freel had 32 yards rushing to lead his team. Riley Harman had 27 yards receiving and also led Whitko in tackles on defense with six.
The Wildcats return home for another conference game Friday night against Rochester.
Triton at LaVille
Triton began its Hoosier North Athletic Conference portion of the schedule against LaVille Friday night. Although the game did go better for the Trojans than last year’s contest, LaVille was still able to pull off a 22-16 win. Triton is now 1-1.
Wayne Reichert had a very busy day on the ground, totalling 89 yards on 19 carries. Vinnie Prater also had a big day rushing, running for 59 yards on 12 carries.
Triton returns home this week for a game against Caston on Friday night.
Mishawaka Marian at Warsaw
Warsaw boys soccer picked up perhaps its most impressive win of the season to date on Saturday morning, defeating 2A No. 2 Mishawaka Marian 1-0 at home. The Tigers are now 5-0 this season.
Callen O’Brien scored the game’s lone goal from an assist by Julian Saldivar. Raul Carbajal and Finley Bailey combined for yet another shutout in net.
The Tigers will try to make it six wins in a row Monday night at home against Plymouth.
West Noble at Wawasee
Wawasee and West Noble battled hard on Saturday, but neither side was able to come out on top as the game ended in a 1-1 tie. The Warriors are now 1-2-1 this fall and will try to get back into the win column Monday against Mishawaka.
North Miami at Lakeland Christian
Lakeland Christian was unable to get onto the scoreboard Saturday against North Miami, falling 2-0 at home. The Cougars are now 1-3 this season.
Lakeland Christian had plenty of opportunities, putting five shots on goal, but were unable to finish off any chances. Braden Weirick had five saves in goal.
LCA plays its next match Tuesday against Winamac.
Wawasee at Concord
Wawasee girls soccer dropped its third straight game on Saturday, falling 8-0 to Concord on the road to begin Northern Lakes Conference play. The Lady Warriors will have another chance at a win Wednesday when the team plays at Bethany Christian.
Manchester at Manchester Invite
It was a mixed bag for Manchester girls soccer at their home invite Saturday. The Lady Squires went 1-1 on the day, defeating Western 5-0 in the first game before falling 2-2 (3-1 shootout) to LaVille in the second. Manchester is now 3-2.
Five different Lady Squires scored goals in the victory over Western. Brookelynn Buzzard had a goal and an assist, as did Samantha Shock. Campbell Bollinger also got onto the scoresheet. In the second game, Molly Schannep and London Spangle both added goals.
Manchester begins Three Rivers Conference play Tuesday at home against North Miami.