Local High School Sports Recaps For Wednesday, May 1

May 2, 2024 at 4:35 p.m.

By CONNOR MCCANN Sports Editor

Baseball
Warsaw at Wawasee

It took 10 innings on Wednesday night, but Warsaw was able to keep its winning streak alive with a 3-2 win over Wawasee in extra innings. Winners of six straight, Warsaw is now 12-5 this season, 7-1 in the Northern Lakes Conference. The Warriors are now 6-7, 2-6 in the NLC.
Kadareus Miller and Logan O’Malley each had two hits. Grady Nelson had a hit and a run scored while Hunter Dippon had an RBI. Oliver Nisen struck out six in four innings of work. For Wawasee, Addison Coy had three hits and drove in a run. Kane Dukes and Ty Brooks had two hits each. Brooks pitched seven innings, striking out nine.
Warsaw is at home against Goshen Friday night while Wawasee hosts Mishawaka.
Manchester at North Miami
Manchester got back into the win column in a big way Wednesday, defeating North Miami 14-3 in six innings. The Squires are now 13-4-1 this spring, 4-1 in the Three Rivers Conference.
Garrett Sites had a big day at the plate, going 3-3 with two doubles, a triple, three RBIs and three runs scored. Hunter Sturtsman had four hits, one of which was a double. He also struck out eight in a complete-game victory. Evan Martynowicz had two hits and two runs driven in.
Manchester has a doubleheader against DeKalb Saturday.
Whitko at Northfield
Whitko was able to squeak by Northfield for a massive TRC win on Wednesday, earning a 4-3 victory. The Wildcats are now 8-6-2 this season, 4-1 in the conference.
Riley Harman had two hits, scored a run and drove in another. Kaden Ciaccia-Long and Easton Grable each had an RBI. Isaiah Cripe earned the win on the mound, striking out four in 5.2 innings pitched.
Whitko hosts Bellmont on Friday night.
Softball
Argos at Tippecanoe Valley

Tippecanoe Valley made quick work of Argos Wednesday night, winning 16-0 in five innings. The Lady Vikings are now 6-6 this spring.
Dalynne Bussard hit a homerun in the game, going 2-4 with three RBIs and four runs scored. KC Shriver went 1-2 but drove in three runs. Mackaylie Costello and Kahlyn Manns each drove in two runs in the win. Costello struck out seven in three innings of work, not allowing a hit and earning the win.
Tippecanoe Valley is at home Friday against Rochester.
Manchester at North Miami
Manchester had its six-game winning streak snapped on Wednesday night, dropping its first Three Rivers Conference game as well in a 8-7 loss to North Miami. The Lady Squires are now 9-7 this season, 4-1 in the TRC.
Izzy Renz had three hits and two runs scored. Hadley West scored two runs on two hits and added an RBI. McKelvey Espeset drove in two runs in the game. Samantha Shock struck out two in one inning on the mound.
Manchester is on the road Saturday at the Garrett Invite.
Whitko at Northfield
Whitko picked up a conference win over Northfield Wednesday night, defeating Northfield 11-6 at home. The Lady ‘Cats are now 5-9 this spring, 3-2 in the TRC.
Cassidy Skinner had four hits, drove in three runs and scored three more. She also pitched four innings and struck out eleven while giving up two earned runs. Hope Bradley, Addie Garr and Kaylee Adkins each had two runs driven in for the game, with Garr scoring three more runs on two hits.
Whitko is on the road against Oak Hill Friday night.
Knox at Triton
Triton was on the wrong end of a blowout Wednesday night, falling 17-0 at home to Knox. The Lady Trojans are now 4-10 this season, 1-2 in the Hoosier North Athletic Conference.
Mylie Groves and Clara Doll each had a hit for Triton in the game.
The Lady Trojans are on the road against Culver Community Monday evening.
Girls Tennis
Warsaw at Concord

Warsaw got back into the win column Wednesday night with a sweep at Concord, winning 5-0. The Lady Tigers are now 6-2 this spring, 5-1 in the Northern Lakes Conference.
No. 1 singles Addie Lind continued her dominance with a 6-0, 6-0 win. No. 2 Abby Nicholas won 7-6 (7-5), 6-3, while No. 3 Emma VanPuffelen won 6-3, 6-3. The No. 1 doubles pairing of Claire Reichenbach and Clara Porter won 6-0, 7-5, while the No. 2 duo of Lucy Ray and Whitney Dawson won 6-4, 6-2.
Warsaw is at home against Penn Friday.
Triton at Tippecanoe Valley
Tippecanoe Valley squeaked out a tight victory over Triton on Wednesday, winning 3-2.
The Lady Vikings won each of the singles matches, with No. 1 Danica Kuntz winning 6-1, 6-2, No. 2 Ella Sandbakken won 6-3, 6-4 and No. 3 Sarah Finnet won 6-2, 7-6 (7-3). The Lady Trojans took each of the doubles matches, with the No. 1 pairing of Kate Howell and Nadia Stetler winning 6-2, 6-3 and the No. 2 duo of Allie Westafer and Sierra Hawley winning 6-0, 6-3.
Both teams play their next matches against John Glenn, with Valley taking on the Lady Falcons Friday and Triton facing off with Glenn Monday.
Huntington North at Manchester
Manchester was barely able to keep its undefeated season alive Wednesday, defeating Huntington North 3-2 at home. The Lady Squires are now 7-0 this spring.
No. 1 singles Sarah Kerlin won 6-1, 6-4, while No. 2 singles Myla Crozier won 6-4, 6-4. The match was decided when the No. 2 doubles pairing of Carleigh Blevins and Addison Brubaker won 6-3, 6-0.
Manchester is at Cass Monday evening.
Boys Golf
Wawasee at Tippecanoe Valley

Wawasee picked up a win over Tippecanoe Valley Wednesday night, winning the match 163-174.
The Warriors’ Myles Everingham was the medalist for the match with a 38, while The Vikings were led by a 40 from Wes Parker. Preston Scherer also had a 40 for Wawasee, while Weston DeLong shot a 41. Ethan Young finished second for Valley with a 43.

Baseball
Warsaw at Wawasee

It took 10 innings on Wednesday night, but Warsaw was able to keep its winning streak alive with a 3-2 win over Wawasee in extra innings. Winners of six straight, Warsaw is now 12-5 this season, 7-1 in the Northern Lakes Conference. The Warriors are now 6-7, 2-6 in the NLC.
Kadareus Miller and Logan O’Malley each had two hits. Grady Nelson had a hit and a run scored while Hunter Dippon had an RBI. Oliver Nisen struck out six in four innings of work. For Wawasee, Addison Coy had three hits and drove in a run. Kane Dukes and Ty Brooks had two hits each. Brooks pitched seven innings, striking out nine.
Warsaw is at home against Goshen Friday night while Wawasee hosts Mishawaka.
Manchester at North Miami
Manchester got back into the win column in a big way Wednesday, defeating North Miami 14-3 in six innings. The Squires are now 13-4-1 this spring, 4-1 in the Three Rivers Conference.
Garrett Sites had a big day at the plate, going 3-3 with two doubles, a triple, three RBIs and three runs scored. Hunter Sturtsman had four hits, one of which was a double. He also struck out eight in a complete-game victory. Evan Martynowicz had two hits and two runs driven in.
Manchester has a doubleheader against DeKalb Saturday.
Whitko at Northfield
Whitko was able to squeak by Northfield for a massive TRC win on Wednesday, earning a 4-3 victory. The Wildcats are now 8-6-2 this season, 4-1 in the conference.
Riley Harman had two hits, scored a run and drove in another. Kaden Ciaccia-Long and Easton Grable each had an RBI. Isaiah Cripe earned the win on the mound, striking out four in 5.2 innings pitched.
Whitko hosts Bellmont on Friday night.
Softball
Argos at Tippecanoe Valley

Tippecanoe Valley made quick work of Argos Wednesday night, winning 16-0 in five innings. The Lady Vikings are now 6-6 this spring.
Dalynne Bussard hit a homerun in the game, going 2-4 with three RBIs and four runs scored. KC Shriver went 1-2 but drove in three runs. Mackaylie Costello and Kahlyn Manns each drove in two runs in the win. Costello struck out seven in three innings of work, not allowing a hit and earning the win.
Tippecanoe Valley is at home Friday against Rochester.
Manchester at North Miami
Manchester had its six-game winning streak snapped on Wednesday night, dropping its first Three Rivers Conference game as well in a 8-7 loss to North Miami. The Lady Squires are now 9-7 this season, 4-1 in the TRC.
Izzy Renz had three hits and two runs scored. Hadley West scored two runs on two hits and added an RBI. McKelvey Espeset drove in two runs in the game. Samantha Shock struck out two in one inning on the mound.
Manchester is on the road Saturday at the Garrett Invite.
Whitko at Northfield
Whitko picked up a conference win over Northfield Wednesday night, defeating Northfield 11-6 at home. The Lady ‘Cats are now 5-9 this spring, 3-2 in the TRC.
Cassidy Skinner had four hits, drove in three runs and scored three more. She also pitched four innings and struck out eleven while giving up two earned runs. Hope Bradley, Addie Garr and Kaylee Adkins each had two runs driven in for the game, with Garr scoring three more runs on two hits.
Whitko is on the road against Oak Hill Friday night.
Knox at Triton
Triton was on the wrong end of a blowout Wednesday night, falling 17-0 at home to Knox. The Lady Trojans are now 4-10 this season, 1-2 in the Hoosier North Athletic Conference.
Mylie Groves and Clara Doll each had a hit for Triton in the game.
The Lady Trojans are on the road against Culver Community Monday evening.
Girls Tennis
Warsaw at Concord

Warsaw got back into the win column Wednesday night with a sweep at Concord, winning 5-0. The Lady Tigers are now 6-2 this spring, 5-1 in the Northern Lakes Conference.
No. 1 singles Addie Lind continued her dominance with a 6-0, 6-0 win. No. 2 Abby Nicholas won 7-6 (7-5), 6-3, while No. 3 Emma VanPuffelen won 6-3, 6-3. The No. 1 doubles pairing of Claire Reichenbach and Clara Porter won 6-0, 7-5, while the No. 2 duo of Lucy Ray and Whitney Dawson won 6-4, 6-2.
Warsaw is at home against Penn Friday.
Triton at Tippecanoe Valley
Tippecanoe Valley squeaked out a tight victory over Triton on Wednesday, winning 3-2.
The Lady Vikings won each of the singles matches, with No. 1 Danica Kuntz winning 6-1, 6-2, No. 2 Ella Sandbakken won 6-3, 6-4 and No. 3 Sarah Finnet won 6-2, 7-6 (7-3). The Lady Trojans took each of the doubles matches, with the No. 1 pairing of Kate Howell and Nadia Stetler winning 6-2, 6-3 and the No. 2 duo of Allie Westafer and Sierra Hawley winning 6-0, 6-3.
Both teams play their next matches against John Glenn, with Valley taking on the Lady Falcons Friday and Triton facing off with Glenn Monday.
Huntington North at Manchester
Manchester was barely able to keep its undefeated season alive Wednesday, defeating Huntington North 3-2 at home. The Lady Squires are now 7-0 this spring.
No. 1 singles Sarah Kerlin won 6-1, 6-4, while No. 2 singles Myla Crozier won 6-4, 6-4. The match was decided when the No. 2 doubles pairing of Carleigh Blevins and Addison Brubaker won 6-3, 6-0.
Manchester is at Cass Monday evening.
Boys Golf
Wawasee at Tippecanoe Valley

Wawasee picked up a win over Tippecanoe Valley Wednesday night, winning the match 163-174.
The Warriors’ Myles Everingham was the medalist for the match with a 38, while The Vikings were led by a 40 from Wes Parker. Preston Scherer also had a 40 for Wawasee, while Weston DeLong shot a 41. Ethan Young finished second for Valley with a 43.

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