Warsaw at Penn
For the first time this season, Warsaw boys soccer had its game end in a tie on Thursday night. The Tigers battled Penn to a 1-1 draw and are now 7-1-1 this season.
The lone Warsaw goal was scored by Noah Van Puffelen on an assist by Knox Ritter.
The Tigers return to Northern Lakes Conference play on the road Tuesday against a very good NorthWood side.
Marion at Tippecanoe Valley
Tippecanoe Valley fought hard but was unable to extend its winning streak to three on Thursday, falling 3-2 to Marion at home. The Vikings are now 4-2-1 this fall.
The Vikings led at half on a penalty kick by Gio Arriaga, but were unable to hold on for the win. Arriaga scored a second goal in the second half, this one assisted on by Kynan Cords.
The Vikings will look to get back into the win column on Wednesday evening against rival Rochester.
Eastbrook at Manchester
Manchester earned its second win in as many tries on Thursday, defeating Eastbrook 5-1 at home. The Squires are now 5-2-1 this season.
Tyler McLain and Isaiah Acosta scored two goals each for Manchester. McLain also had two assists. Nathaniel Miller added a goal and an assist as well. Spencer Kerr made eight saves in net.
The Squires are back in action Monday against Oak Hill.
Lakeland Christian at Westville
Lakeland Christian exploded on offense in its road win over Westville Thursday, posting a 12-0 victory. The Cougars are now 4-4 this season.
Eleven different LCA players scored goals in the game, led by Jashawn Zielasko with two. Zaiden Miller scored a goal and added three assists. Simon Avey, Jazzden Wyatt, Jonah Harman and Yohannes Schmitt were among other goal scorers for the Cougars.
Lakeland Christian is back in action Saturday against Caston.
Concord at Warsaw
Warsaw girls soccer won its fourth straight game on Thursday, defeating Concord 5-0 at home. The Lady Tigers are now 5-2-2 this season, 4-0-1 in the Northern Lakes Conference.
Warsaw was led by Sophia Johnson, who had two goals and an assist. Lola Pepper scored a goal and assisted on four. Sarah Kratzsch scored two goals of her own.
The Lady Tigers play their next game on Monday against Fort Wayne Northrop.
East Noble at Wawasee
Wawasee is still searching for its second win of the season after falling 2-0 to East Noble at home on Thursday. The Lady Warriors are now 1-7-1 this season and will look to get back in the win column Tuesday against Columbia City.
Manchester at Eastbrook
Manchester took part in an exciting game on Thursday, but was unable to come out on top in a 4-3 road loss to Eastbrook. The Lady Squires are now 5-4 this season. Manchester will have another opportunity to pick up a win on Saturday against West Noble.
Tippecanoe Valley at Oregon-Davis
Tippecanoe Valley earned its second straight win on Wednesday, defeating Oregon-Davis 8-0 on the road. The Lady Vikings are now 2-4 this season.
Juli Ruiz was terrific for Valley, scoring a hat trick for her team. Delaney Siders scored two goals as well. Also getting on the scoreboard were Cinthya De La Cruz and Kelsey Cox, who added one goal apiece.
Tippecanoe Valley returns home for a game against Manchester on Monday.
Whitko at Manchester
Whitko volleyball won its third game in a row on Thursday, defeating fellow area team Manchester 3-0 (25-22, 25-16, 25-20). The Lady ‘Cats are now 7-4 this season, 3-0 in the Three Rivers Conference. Manchester drops to 5-9, 2-1 in the TRC.
Olivia Davis had eight kills to lead Manchester. Paxton Baker had 17 digs to lead the Lady Squires.
Whitko plays its next games Saturday at the Triton Invitational while Manchester is off until Tuesday when the team takes on Rochester.
Lewis Cass at Tippecanoe Valley
Tippecanoe Valley won yet again on Thursday, defeating Lewis Cass 3-2 at home.
No. 1 singles player Cameron Manuel won 6-3, 6-4. The No. 1 doubles pairing of William Mellott and DeOndre Hamilton won as well, posting a 6-3, 6-4 victory. No. 2 singles competitor Tristyn Ragon clinched the match for Valley with a 6-4, 0–6, 10-4 win.
The Vikings play their next match against Rochester on Monday.