Local High School Sports Recaps For Tuesday, September 26

September 27, 2023 at 4:00 p.m.

By Connor McCann

Boys Tennis
Warsaw/Wawasee at Sectional

The opening match between Warsaw and Wawasee in the IHSAA boys tennis sectional at Warsaw scheduled for Wednesday was postponed due to weather. The match will now be played Thursday at 4:30. Thursday’s scheduled matches between Tippecanoe Valley and Whitko as well as Columbia City against the winner of Warsaw/Wawasee have been postponed to Saturday morning at 9 a.m. Saturday’s championship match will now be played at 1 p.m.
Volleyball
Marion at Tippecanoe Valley

Tippecanoe Valley earned a big win on Senior Night Tuesday, defeating Marion 3-0 (25-12, 25-7, 25-7). The Lady Vikings are now 18-11 this season.
Ava Egolf and Mackaylie Costello each had eleven kills, while Ava Smith had 10. Erika Henderson led the team in digs with eight. Avery Wagoner had 29 assists.
The Lady Vikings play at Rochester this weekend.
Manchester at Northfield
Manchester was unable to pick up a road win against Northfield on Tuesday, falling 3-1 (21-25, 26-24, 13-25, 16-25). The Lady Squires are now 10-12 this season, 5-2 in the Three Rivers Conference.
McKelvey Espeset led the team with eight kills. Paxton Baker had three aces and 13 digs. Peyton Ream had 22 assists while Ava Felgar added two blocks.
Manchester takes on Southwood on the road Thursday.
Whitko at Maconaquah
Whitko battled hard but was unable to come away with a road victory against Maconaquah, falling 3-2 (22-25, 25-19, 25-13, 23-25, 11-15) on Tuesday. The Lady ‘Cats are now 13-11 this season, 4-3 in the Three Rivers Conference. Whitko will have another chance at a win Thursday at home against Fort Wayne Canterbury.
Triton at Pioneer
Triton’s long winning streak came to an end at the hands of Pioneer Tuesday night, as the Lady Trojans fell 3-1 (17-25, 25-20, 12-25, 18-25) on the road. Triton is now 18-2 this season, 5-1 in the Hoosier North Athletic Conference.
Addyson Viers had 19 kills for the Lady Trojans, while Sierra Hawley added 14 digs. Macie Hensley had seven blocks and Hannah Snyder dished out 12 assists.
Triton will take on South Bend Career Academy at home on Thursday.
Boys Soccer
Wawasee at Northridge

Wawasee dropped its sixth game in a row Tuesday night, falling 4-1 to Northridge on the road. The Warriors are now 3-9-1 this season, 1-5 in the Northern Lakes Conference.
The lone Wawasee goal was scored by Anthony Hughes on an assist from Josh Trujillo.
The Warriors return home to take on Plymouth on Thursday for their final regular season game.
Community Baptist at Tippecanoe Valley
Tippecanoe Valley picked up yet another win on Tuesday evening, defeating Community Baptist 4-1 at home. The Vikings are now 10-3-1 this season.
Gio Arriaga netted a hat trick and an assist, contributing to all four goals scored by Valley. Carson Craft added a goal and an assist as well.
The Vikings will take on New Prairie on the road Thursday evening.
Girls Soccer
Warsaw at Carroll

Due to bad weather on Tuesday evening, Warsaw’s nonconference game against Carroll was canceled. Because the season is winding down, there will not be a makeup date. Warsaw takes on Northridge at home on Thursday in a game that will determine the Northern Lakes Conference championship.
Tippecanoe Valley at Maconaquah
Only a few minutes were played in the Tippecanoe Valley-Maconaquah game on Tuesday before the game was called due to weather. There is not a makeup date set currently. The Lady Vikings play their next game on Thursday at home against John Glenn.

Boys Tennis
Warsaw/Wawasee at Sectional

The opening match between Warsaw and Wawasee in the IHSAA boys tennis sectional at Warsaw scheduled for Wednesday was postponed due to weather. The match will now be played Thursday at 4:30. Thursday’s scheduled matches between Tippecanoe Valley and Whitko as well as Columbia City against the winner of Warsaw/Wawasee have been postponed to Saturday morning at 9 a.m. Saturday’s championship match will now be played at 1 p.m.
Volleyball
Marion at Tippecanoe Valley

Tippecanoe Valley earned a big win on Senior Night Tuesday, defeating Marion 3-0 (25-12, 25-7, 25-7). The Lady Vikings are now 18-11 this season.
Ava Egolf and Mackaylie Costello each had eleven kills, while Ava Smith had 10. Erika Henderson led the team in digs with eight. Avery Wagoner had 29 assists.
The Lady Vikings play at Rochester this weekend.
Manchester at Northfield
Manchester was unable to pick up a road win against Northfield on Tuesday, falling 3-1 (21-25, 26-24, 13-25, 16-25). The Lady Squires are now 10-12 this season, 5-2 in the Three Rivers Conference.
McKelvey Espeset led the team with eight kills. Paxton Baker had three aces and 13 digs. Peyton Ream had 22 assists while Ava Felgar added two blocks.
Manchester takes on Southwood on the road Thursday.
Whitko at Maconaquah
Whitko battled hard but was unable to come away with a road victory against Maconaquah, falling 3-2 (22-25, 25-19, 25-13, 23-25, 11-15) on Tuesday. The Lady ‘Cats are now 13-11 this season, 4-3 in the Three Rivers Conference. Whitko will have another chance at a win Thursday at home against Fort Wayne Canterbury.
Triton at Pioneer
Triton’s long winning streak came to an end at the hands of Pioneer Tuesday night, as the Lady Trojans fell 3-1 (17-25, 25-20, 12-25, 18-25) on the road. Triton is now 18-2 this season, 5-1 in the Hoosier North Athletic Conference.
Addyson Viers had 19 kills for the Lady Trojans, while Sierra Hawley added 14 digs. Macie Hensley had seven blocks and Hannah Snyder dished out 12 assists.
Triton will take on South Bend Career Academy at home on Thursday.
Boys Soccer
Wawasee at Northridge

Wawasee dropped its sixth game in a row Tuesday night, falling 4-1 to Northridge on the road. The Warriors are now 3-9-1 this season, 1-5 in the Northern Lakes Conference.
The lone Wawasee goal was scored by Anthony Hughes on an assist from Josh Trujillo.
The Warriors return home to take on Plymouth on Thursday for their final regular season game.
Community Baptist at Tippecanoe Valley
Tippecanoe Valley picked up yet another win on Tuesday evening, defeating Community Baptist 4-1 at home. The Vikings are now 10-3-1 this season.
Gio Arriaga netted a hat trick and an assist, contributing to all four goals scored by Valley. Carson Craft added a goal and an assist as well.
The Vikings will take on New Prairie on the road Thursday evening.
Girls Soccer
Warsaw at Carroll

Due to bad weather on Tuesday evening, Warsaw’s nonconference game against Carroll was canceled. Because the season is winding down, there will not be a makeup date. Warsaw takes on Northridge at home on Thursday in a game that will determine the Northern Lakes Conference championship.
Tippecanoe Valley at Maconaquah
Only a few minutes were played in the Tippecanoe Valley-Maconaquah game on Tuesday before the game was called due to weather. There is not a makeup date set currently. The Lady Vikings play their next game on Thursday at home against John Glenn.

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