Local High School Sports Recaps For Wednesday, September 13

September 14, 2023 at 5:55 p.m.

By Connor McCann

Boys Soccer
Warsaw at Homestead

Warsaw soccer won its second straight game on Wednesday night, blanking Homestead 4-0 on the road. The Tigers are now 9-1-1 this season.
Four different players scored goals for Warsaw. Noah Van Puffelen, Eduardo Escutia, Camden Lennox and Callen O’Brien all got onto the scoresheet for the Tigers.
Warsaw will compete at the Canterbury Invite on Saturday,
Wawasee at Columbia City
Wawasee was unable to get much going offensively on Wednesday, falling 5-0 on the road to Columbia City. The Warriors are now 3-5-1 this season.
Weston McClintin made seven saves in net. Wawasee will try to get back into the win column Tuesday evening against Goshen.
Tippecanoe Valley at Rochester
Tippecanoe Valley earned a big win against former conference rival Rochester on Wednesday night, defeating the Zebras 2-0. The Vikings are now 6-2-1.
Gio Arriaga scored both goals in the game for Valley, the second of which was assisted by Carson Craft on a magnificent corner kick.
The Vikings play their next game against Hamilton Heights at the Husky Invitational.
Girls Soccer
Rochester at Tippecanoe Valley

The Tippecanoe Valley girls soccer team made it a sweep over Rochester on Wednesday, winning 4-2 at home. The Lady Vikings are now 3-5 this season.
Delaney Siders, Kherington Craft and Juli Ruiz all scored goals for Tippy Valley in the victory. The Lady Vikings square off against Jimtown on Monday.

Boys Soccer
Warsaw at Homestead

Warsaw soccer won its second straight game on Wednesday night, blanking Homestead 4-0 on the road. The Tigers are now 9-1-1 this season.
Four different players scored goals for Warsaw. Noah Van Puffelen, Eduardo Escutia, Camden Lennox and Callen O’Brien all got onto the scoresheet for the Tigers.
Warsaw will compete at the Canterbury Invite on Saturday,
Wawasee at Columbia City
Wawasee was unable to get much going offensively on Wednesday, falling 5-0 on the road to Columbia City. The Warriors are now 3-5-1 this season.
Weston McClintin made seven saves in net. Wawasee will try to get back into the win column Tuesday evening against Goshen.
Tippecanoe Valley at Rochester
Tippecanoe Valley earned a big win against former conference rival Rochester on Wednesday night, defeating the Zebras 2-0. The Vikings are now 6-2-1.
Gio Arriaga scored both goals in the game for Valley, the second of which was assisted by Carson Craft on a magnificent corner kick.
The Vikings play their next game against Hamilton Heights at the Husky Invitational.
Girls Soccer
Rochester at Tippecanoe Valley

The Tippecanoe Valley girls soccer team made it a sweep over Rochester on Wednesday, winning 4-2 at home. The Lady Vikings are now 3-5 this season.
Delaney Siders, Kherington Craft and Juli Ruiz all scored goals for Tippy Valley in the victory. The Lady Vikings square off against Jimtown on Monday.

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