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"W" Trophy Returns To Warsaw After 21-0 Win
Photo by Gary Nieter, Times-Union
Warsaw punter Andrew Mevis takes off for a first down after an errant snap from center during the first quarter.
Photo by Gary Nieter, Times-Union
Warsaw punter Andrew Mevis takes off for a first down after an errant snap from center during the first quarter.
After a one-year stay in Syracuse, the “W” trophy returned to Warsaw after the Tigers scored a pair of fourth-quarter touchdowns to put away Wawasee 21-0 at Fisher Field Friday night.
Warsaw is a team that prefers to throw the ball, passing as many as 70 times in a game. But on a night featuring a brisk wind and a Wawasee defense prepared to blitz, a running game was necessary to secure the trophy for the Tigers.

Saturday, October 3, 2015

Wildcats Shut Out Squires
It was chilly and breezy for Homecoming Night at Whitko High School, but it was not enough to keep the Wildcats from putting on a show.
Junior quarterback Garrett Elder unofficially accounted for 300 yards on the ground as the Wildcats improved to 3-4 overall (2-3 TRC) in grand fashion with a 35-0 win over rival Manchester.

Saturday, October 3, 2015
Tigers Claim Fourth Straight Boys Sectional Tennis Title
Warsaw swept its way to a fourth-straight boys tennis sectional title 5-0 over Wawasee at the Tiger courts Friday afternoon.
The chilly, breezy conditions and some familiarity with each other made for some differing strategies for both sides, with the Tigers and Warriors in a rematch from 17 days ago. Warsaw head coach Rick Orban felt Wawasee would make some early adjustments, and it would be up to his guys to adapt to the adjustments.

Saturday, October 3, 2015
North Judson Erupts Early, Often In 62-6 Rout Of Trojans
North Judson executed every play it ran in the first two quarters to take an easy 55-0 lead into the half. The Blue Jays never looked back in a 62-6 rout of Triton Friday night.
Saturday, October 3, 2015
Tippecanoe Valley Falls Short In 17-10 Loss to Zebras
Brandon Webster  ran for 96 yards on 12 carries, and Rigo Butler caught three passes for 32 yards and a touchdown in Tippecanoe Valley’s 17-10 loss to rival Rochester Friday night.
Garrett Bell rushed for 66 yards on six carries, and Alec Craig passed for 76 yards and the touchdown.

Saturday, October 3, 2015
Warsaw, Wawasee Advance To Tennis Sectional Final
Both Warsaw’s and Wawasee’s boys tennis teams advanced to the championship match of the Warsaw Sectional with 5-0 wins; the Tigers over Columbia City and the Warriors stopped Tippecanoe Valley.
The Tigers, as a team lost five games in 10 sets while rolling over the Eagles. Columbia City won two games at No. 1 doubles, and three at No. 2 doubles.

Friday, October 2, 2015
Area Results
Freshman Football
Manchester 14, Whitko 6
Goshen 32, Warsaw 0
Plymouth 41, Wawasee 0
Rochester 30, Tippecanoe Valley 16
Valley: Rushing – Jonathon Fields 12-147 2 TD, 2 pt. conversion; Jon Humes 6-24, Alex Morrison 5-8. 2-pt. conversion; Camden Tucker 1-8

Freshman Volleyball
Elkhart Memorial def. Wawasee 21-25, 25-19, 15-11

Friday, October 2, 2015
Elementary XC Race Date Changed
The date for the cross-country race for Warsaw elementary has been changed to Oct. 20, according to Lady Tiger cross country and track coach Scott Erba.
Registration information remains the same; forms can be picked up at the high school athletic office, or online at or on the athletic department’s web site. Rage day registration wil be from 4:30-5:15 p.m. with the girls race at 5:30 and the boys race at 5:50.
For more information contact Erba at or call the athletic department at 574-267-3162.

Friday, October 2, 2015
Lady Tigers Tie Northridge, Win NLC Title
For Warsaw’s varsity girls soccer team, a tie with Northridge Thursday evening still equalled a win in the grand scheme of things.
Thursday, October 1, 2015
Warsaw Netters Tame Wildcats
The better team on paper proved without a doubt it was also the better team on the court.
In the opening round of the five-team boys tennis sectional at Warsaw Community High School, the host Tigers needed just an hour to beat the Whitko Wildcats 5-0 Wednesday evening.

Thursday, October 1, 2015
On The Gridiron Capsules
Kickoff:    7 p.m. Friday in Warsaw

Thursday, October 1, 2015

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