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  • Warsaw’s Mia Beckham Signs With Butler
    Warsaw Lady Tiger standout distance runner Mia Beckham signed a letter of intent Wednesday to continue her athletic and academic careers at Butler University.
  • Groninger Leads Warsaw Over Valley In Opener
    AKRON – The Warsaw Tigers needed someone to step up.
  • In his pregame radio comments, Warsaw girls basketball coach Lenny Krebs said he wasn’t putting too much “big picture” emphasis into Tuesday’s home game with Penn.
  • What woke you up this morning?
  • Warsaw Tigers 'Starting Over'
    In veteran coach Doug Ogle’s words, it’s fair to say the Warsaw Tigers are starting over this season.
  • High School Roundup – Nov. 18

    Lady Squires Fall To Winamac At Grace College’s MOCC; LCA Cruises To Win; Whitko Falls Short In Comeback Bid; Warriors Go 5-0 At Warsaw Tiger Invitational; Valley Goes 1-4 In Tourney

  • Lady Tigers Upset No. 3 Tippecanoe Valley
    AKRON – While both teams turned in a  gritty effort, it was Warsaw that took an early lead, then held off a second-half charge to claim a 42-32 non-conference girls basketball win at county rival Tippecanoe Valley Friday night.
  • Area Results
    Boys Middle School Basketball
  • Lady Tigers Extend Defense, Homecourt Win Streak
    The Warsaw Lady Tigers extended their defense in the second half Wednesday, and as a result they extended their homecourt winning streak.

    In a 49-39 win over the Wabash Lady Apaches, Warsaw switched to a full-court pressure defense after trailing 22-20 at halftime.

    The Lady Tigers, who turned the ball over 13 times in the first half, forced 13 turnovers in the third quarter, finished the eight-minute frame on a 13-2 run with Kennedy Patton’s buzzer-beating trey and pushed their Tiger Den win streak to 16 games.
  • Area Results
    Middle School Boys Basketball
  • All-NLC Football Team Released
    Four Warsaw Tigers and two Wawasee Warriors were named to the All-Northern Lakes Conference football team, the league announced Monday.
  • HUNTINGTON – Through two games, the Warsaw Lady Tigers have already seen some ups and downs.
  • Lady Tigers Defend The House In Home Opener
    Lenny Krebs has a high standard when it comes to his team’s defense.
  • Former Tiger McClone Wins Team Honor
    Former Warsaw Tiger Tristan McClone was named Marian University’s football special teams player of the week for his efforts in a 62-0 win over Missouri Baptist Saturday.
  • Sports Briefs
    Valley To Recognize 40th Anniversary of ‘77 State Runner-Up Football Team; Tiger Wrestling To Host Free Camp
  • Area Result
    Lakeview Seventh Grade Boys Basketball
  • Grace Holds Sportsmanship Summit For Northern Lakes Conference
    Grace College and Director of Athletics Chad Briscoe welcomed student-athletes from the high schools of the Northern Lakes Conference for a Sportsmanship Summit on Tuesday. Student-athletes from the NLC schools attended the summit, which was designed to educate student-athletes about sportsmanship and character training in athletics.
  • Sports Brief
    Lakeview 8th Grade Boys Basketball
  • Lady Tigers Drop Basketball Season Opener To Luers
    Maddie Ryman had eight points, Kacy Bragg added seven and Brielle Harrison six for Warsaw in its season-opening 42-30 non-conference girls basketball loss at Fort Wayne Bishop Luers Saturday night.
  • Tigers Fall To No. 4 Penn In Sectional Final
    OSCEOLA – Phil Jensen knows just how dangerous it is not to finish what you start against Penn.
  • Lady Tigers Entering New Era
    In just about every way possible, the Warsaw Lady Tigers are entering a new era.

    New season.
  • WARSAW AT NO. 4 PENN (CLASS 6A SECT. 2 FINAL)

    Kickoff:    7 p.m. Friday in Osceola
  • Local Runners Compete At State Cross Country Meet
    Three runners from the Times-Union coverage area competed in the IHSAA state cross country meet at the LaVern Gibson Championship Course Saturday.

    In the girls race Warsaw senior Mia Beckham finished 45th in 19:00.1. The winner of the race was Emma Wilson of Greencastle, who covered the course in 17:45.9, nearly 15 seconds ahead of runner-up Phoebe Cates of Carmel.
  • Second-Half Surge Lifts Tigers Over Chesterton
    An ugly start turned into a beautiful – and historic – ending Friday night for the Warsaw Tigers.
  • Tiger Tennis Earns Acedemic All-State Honors
    The Warsaw Tigers were named an Academic All-State team by the Indiana High School Tennis Coaches Association Thursday.
  • CHESTERTON AT WARSAW (CLASS 6A, SECT. 2)

    Kickoff:    7:30 p.m. Friday in Warsaw
  • The Northern Lakes Conference announced its selections for boys and girls soccer all-conference teams Wednesday afternoon.

    Warsaw placed five players on the All-NLC girls team, none of which are seniors. Juniors Anna Grill and Dayle Harvey, and sophomores Abby Steffensmeier, Delaney Taylor and Brenna Buhrt represent the Lady Tigers on the team. Brenna Shipley and Alex Koontz were honorable mention for the Lady Tigers.

    Wawasee junior Olivia Birch was named to the all-conference team, and Sara Pritchard was honorable mention.
  • Beckham, Howett Advance To State Meet
    NEW CARLISLE – Two seniors from Warsaw Community High School will finish their prep cross country careers on the state’s biggest stage.

    One girl. One boy.
  • Lakeview 7th Graders Win Football Championship
    The Lakeview Tigers seventh grade football team completed a 9-0 season with a 22-0 win over Wawasee in the NELMSC championship game Thursday.
  • Warsaw Loses Thriller To No. 3 Harrison
    KOKOMO – The Warsaw Tigers gave third-ranked Lafayette Harrison all it could handle Saturday.
  • Concord Sweeps Warsaw Spikers In Sectional Final
    DUNLAP – Warsaw defeated Concord twice in the volleyball regular season, including a five-set win for the Lady Tigers that kept Concord from a perfect Northern Lakes Conference record.
  • LOGANSPORT – It’s a sad reality of postseason play, but only one team can win.
  • CULVER – Warsaw senior Mia Beckham emerged as the individual girls champion for the third straight year, and Warsaw’s boys and girls cross country teams each won championships at the Culver Academies Regional Saturday.
  • Edgewod Wins 8th Grade Volleyball Title
    The Edgewood Lady Tigers eighth grade volleyball team won the NELMSC tournament earlier this week, beating Lakeview 25-24, 25-18 for the title.
  • DUNLAP – If all that counted was the last 44-1/2 minutes of the football game, Warsaw would have pulled off its second upset of a ranked team in as many weeks.
  • DUNLAP – The final score shows that Warsaw’s volleyball team swept Elkhart Memorial in Thursday’s Class 4A sectional opener at Concord High School.
  • Area Results
    Seventh Grade Volleyball
  • Lakeview 8th Graders Win Conference VB Tournament
    The Lakeview Lady Tigers eighth grade volleyball team won the NELMSC conference tournament Wednesday night, defeating Milford in the semifinals and earning a 25-17, 25-15 win over Plymouth in the title match.
  • Middle school volleyball
  • Lakeview 7th Grade Football Team Downs Edgeview
  • Warsaw Boys, Girls Extend Sectional Title Streaks
    CULVER – The wind wasn’t the only thing that blew through the 5K course during Saturday morning’s boys and girls cross country sectional at Culver Academies.
  • Warsaw Kickers Beat Homestead In Sectional Final
    Once Warsaw’s boys soccer team got over the 3A sectional championship jitters, the Tigers controlled much of the match against Homestead, rolling to a 3-0 victory on their home field Saturday afternoon.
  • FORT WAYNE – “Brenna Buhrt happened.”
  • Lakeview 7th Graders Win Volleyball Tournament
    The Lakeview seventh-grade volleyball team won its tournament Saturday. The Lady Tigers beat Logansport 25-16, 25-21; Churubusco 22-25, 25-16, 15-3 and Woodside 25-21, 25-21.
  • Lakeview 8th Graders Win Volleyball Tournament
    Lakeview’s eighth-grade volleyball team won its tournament Saturday. The Lady Tigers defeated Logansport 25-17, 25-15; Churbusco 25-7, 25-15 and Woodside 25-8, 25-23.
  • Tigers Rally To Beat No. 7 NorthWood
    Warsaw football coach Phil Jensen remembers exactly what happened on Oct. 6, 2000.
  • Lady Tigers Score Commanding Win Over Generals
    FORT WAYNE – Though playing the Generals, it was the Lady Tigers who were in full command Thursday night.
  • High School Roundup – Oct. 5
    Lady Tigers Hand Concord First NLC Volleyball Loss; Triton Down South Central; Valley Sweeps Southwood; Manchester Falls In 3 Sets; Wawasee Closes With Loss; LCA Falls At Caston; Lady Squires Soccer Advances; Wawasee Eliminated
  • Warsaw Hoops Schedules Released
    The schedules for the 2017-18 Warsaw Community High School Lady Tiger and Tiger Basketball teams have been released.

    The girls begin their first season under coach Lenny Krebs Nov. 4, with a road trip to Fort Wayne Luers. Their home-opener will be against Manchester on Nov. 8 at the Tiger Den.

    There is one new opponent on the Lady Tigers’ schedule this season: Defending 4A State Champion Homestead will be in the Tiger Den on Jan. 19.

    The 40th Lady Tiger Tournament will be held on Wednesday, Dec. 27, with Perry Meridian, Chesterton and Mishawaka competing for the title.
  • Area Results
    Freshman football, middle school volleyball
  • Tigers Fall In Tennis Regional Final
    CULVER – Though the team’s fate had already been decided, Warsaw senior Colton Lind continued to battle.
  • Warsaw earned a 3-0 boys soccer sectional semifinal win over Huntington North Wednesday. But the gap could have, and according to Tiger coach Frank Courtois it should have been, a greater margin of victory.
  • Area Results
    Middle school football, volleyball
  • Tigers Advance To Tennis Regional Final
    CULVER – As if they had a crystal ball, Warsaw tennis coaches Rick and Jan Orban predicted a 3-2 win in Tuesday night’s boys regional semifinal against Wabash.
  • High School Girls Soccer Sectional Roundup – Oct. 3
    Steffensmeier, Lady Tigers Rout F.W. South Side; Manchester Advances, Whitko’s Season Ends
  • Area Results
    Middle school cross country, volleyball and football
  • Second-Half Surge Lifts Tigers Over South Side
    Warsaw boys soccer coach Frank Courtois challenged his players ... and they accepted, scoring three goals in the final 13 minutes en route to a 3-1 win over the Fort Wayne South Side Archers.
  • Sectional Draw For IHSAA Volleyball Tourney Released
    Monday's matches: Lady ‘Cats Fall In 4; Lady Vikings Swept; Lady Squires Swept
  • Area Results
    Middle school volleyball
  • Beckham, Warsaw Boys Claim NLC Cross Country Titles
    Squires 2nd, Manchester Ladies 3rd at TRC Meet
  • Area Volleyball Team Compete In Dunes Tournament
    Lakeland Christian Splits In Tourney
  • Lakeview 8th Graders Win Volleyball Invitational
    The Lakeview 8th grade volleyball team won the Lakeview Invitational Saturday at the Tiger Den. Lakeview defeated Northfield 21-9, 21-14; Wabash 21-9, 21-11; and Wawasee 21-16, 21-9 in pool play.. In the championship match, Lakeview beat Edgewood 25-12, 25-20.
  • Area Results
    Junior varsity football, middle school girls soccer, volleyball and cross country.
  • Warsaw Wins Sixth-Straight Sectional Title
    Warsaw won its sixth-straight boys tennis sectional title Saturday in decisive fashion, beating Columbia City 5-0.
  • Larsh, Tigers Keep ‘W’ Trophy With Win Over Wawasee
    Thanks in large part to senior quarterback Tristan Larsh, Warsaw retained the “W” trophy Friday night with a 35-13 win over Wawasee in Northern Lakes Conference football action at Fisher Field.

    Wawasee got off to a solid start, forcing Warsaw to punt on its first possession. The snap was low, and freshman Harrison Mevis’ kick was blocked and returned 22 yards for a touchdown by Warrior sophomore Jesse Landeros.

    Larsh threw a pair of second-quarter touchdown passes, one to Zach Riley and the other to Luke Adamiec just before halftime, to put the Tigers in the lead. He  scored the first of his three second-half rushing touchdowns on Warsaw’s first offensive play of the third quarter. Warsaw  scored twice in the space of 1:17 between the second and third quarters.
  • High School Volleyball Roundup – Sept. 28
    Lady Tiger Volleyball Drops Heartbreaker At NorthWood; Lady Wildcats Win; Valley VB Gets Non-Conference Victory; Manchester VB Falls; Lady Cougars Fall In 4 Sets; Memorial Downs Wawasee
  • Warsaw, Northridge Tie In NLC Title Tilt
    Warsaw coach Jon Hoover said he wouldn’t have expected anything less.
  • High School Soccer Roundup – Sept. 28
    Warsaw Boys Beat Northridge In Regular Season Finale; Lady Cougars Win; Lady Warriors Fall; Plymouth Edges Wawasee In Finale
  • Warsaw and Columbia City advanced to the finals of the Warsaw boys tennis sectional with 5-0 wins Thursday.

    The host Tigers beat Tippecanoe Valley and the Eagles downed Whitko.
  • Warsaw Netters Win Sectional Opener
    Perhaps getting an emotional boost from the return of coach Rick Orban, Warsaw opened its quest for a sixth straight boys tennis sectional title with a 5-0 win over rival Wawasee Wednesday at the Warsaw courts.
  • ARGOS – The Warsaw Lady Tigers led for just 34 seconds of Tuesday’s 80-minute soccer game at Eugene Snyder Field.
  • Area Results
    Middle school cross country, volleyball, football
  • Tennis Tourney Pairings Released
    The IHSAA announced pairings for the 51st annual boys tennis state tournament, which begins with sectional play Wednesday.

    In the Warsaw Sectional, the host Tigers will play Wawasee in the first round. with the winner taking on Tippecanoe Valley in the semifinals Thursday. The other semifinal will have Whitko taking on Columbia City. The championship match is scheduled for Friday
  • Soccer Sectional Draw Announced
    The IHSAA announced sectional pairings for boys and girls soccer Sunday evening. Championship games in all sectionals are scheduled for Oct. 7, with regionals played Oct. 14.
  • High School Roundup – Sept. 23
    Warsaw Boys 8th, Lady Tigers 10th At Culver Academies; Valley 4th, Lady Tigers 3-1 In Warsaw Varsity Tourney; Lady Warriors 1-3 In VB Tournament; Lady Cougars Beat Maconaquah
  • Buhrt, Britton Finish 2nd In NLC Meet
    Warsaw’s Bailey Buhrt and Spencer Britton finished second at No. 1 doubles in the Northern Lake Conference boys tennis tournament finals Saturday in Plymouth.

    The Tiger duo fell 6-3, 6-3 to NorthWood’s Brant Mast and Jared Hoffman in the title match.

    Colton Lind was third at No. 1 singles, winning 6-0, 6-3 over Wes Troyer of NorthWood. Kyler Bartol was sixth at No. 2 singles after dropping a 6-3, 4-6, 6-2 decision to NorthWood’s Ben Vincent. Caleb Williams was sixth at No. 3 singles after falling 6-3, 6-0 to Plymouth’s Andy Rolston.
  • Area Results
    Junior varsity football, middle school volleyball, cross country
  • Lakeview Eighth Graders Win Tournament
    The Lakeview eighth grade volleyball team won the Dunes Middle School Tournament Saturday. Lakerview defeated North Judson 25-12, 25-14; Grissom 25-9, 25-5; and Krueger 25-10, 25-14 in pool play. In bracket play with one game they beat New Prairie 25-21 and Kesling 26-24 for the title. Wrigley Crabtree had four aces and four kills in the tournament, and Abbie Porter had five aces, 54 assists and 6 kills. Sara Peugh had 25 aces, seven kills,and an assist; Kylie Smith had 15 aces,16 kills and an assist; and Cora West had 16 aces, 24 kills and an assist.
  • KENDALLVILLE – The high temperatures weren't the only thing to scorch the field in Saturday's girls golf regional at Noble Hawk Golf Links.
  • SYRACUSE – For Warsaw soccer fans, Saturday was a day to enjoy their hot teams. For Wawasee and its fans, it was just hot.
  • GOSHEN – The Warsaw Tigers extended their win streak over the Goshen RedHawks to 10 years, and in doing so picked up a much-needed victory as the regular season winds down.
  • Lady Tiger Volleyball Hosts Food Drive
    The Warsaw volleyball team held a food drive in conjunction with its match Tuesday at the Tiger Den. The team collected canned food, other non-perishable food items and cash. The Lady Tigers donated over 500 food items to Our Father's House and 15 food items to the Animal Welfare League. The cash was divided between the two charities.