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Warsaw head volleyball coach Mike Howard announced his resignation from his position with the Tigers' program, sharing this decision with his team at Monday night's team awards ceremony.
Howard guided the Tigers for eight seasons, twice earning Northern Lakes Conference Coach of the Year honors, and Warsaw compiled an impressive 206-58 mark and two NLC titles from 2008 to this past season.
The Tiger coach had 32 all Northern Lakes Conference players during his tenure, and 10 players went on to play volleyball at the collegiate level.
Tiger Athletics would like to thank coach Howard for his tremendous dedication to his players and the Warsaw volleyball program.
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WARSAW - Warsaw Tiger distance standout Owen Glogovsky will cross his next cross country finish line in Nashville Tennessee as a member of the Lipscomb University cross country program, signing a letter of Intent to run both Cross Country and Track for the Bisons.
Glogovsky has set the pace for the Tigers all four years of his high school cross country career, leading coach Jim Mills' squad to the state finals twice as a team (freshman and sophomore year) and the speedy senior qualified as an individual this past season. Glogovsky's efforts carried the Tigers to a final four finish in 2012, and a 12th-place finish in 2013.
A steady force for coach Matt Thacker's program, Glogovsky still has a few turns to take on the track yet this upcoming season, where he has led Warsaw to three conference championships, three sectional titles, and two regional titles. As a junior, Glogovsky was a state qualifier and sectional champ in the 1600, and he captured the conference title in both the 1600 and the 3200.
While the steady senior has mastered left turns in the spring as well as the terrain of the cross country courses in the fall, the senior has demonstrated a year-round mastery of the tricky curves in the classroom. Enrolled in multiple advanced, honors, and dual-credit course offerings, Glogovsky has amassed an impressive 13.0 Grade-Point Average (on 12-point scale) and ranks fifth in his class of 477 students. These efforts have landed him honorable mention and Academic All-State accolades in both Cross Country and Track.
As if training and studying for class did not keep Glogovsky busy enough, the National Honor Society president was also a member of the Chinese Club, Philosophy Club, and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. He also volunteered at Kosciusko Community Hospital, the Elementary Mile, Blue Moon Distance Camp, Love in a Sweater Program, Feed My Starving Children, the Fall Festival planning, and assisted with the Optimist Club Triathlon.
Glogovskywill run for coach bill Taylor and the Bisons, Division-I members of the NCAA and members of the Atlantic Sun Conference.
Front row (L-R): Jan Glogovsky, Owen Glogovsky, Terry Glogovsky; Back Row: Dave Anson (WCHS Athletic Director), Jim Mills (WCHS Cross Country Coach).
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Tiger fans are reminded that kickoff for all football games this season is 7pm! With nice weather in the forcast, we are anticipating another outstanding crowd Friday night from both the Tiger fans as well as the fans from Plymouth.

WCHS Athletics would like to remind all fans, you are welcome to tailgate prior to the games, however we ask that you reserve this activity to some specific areas, and we ask that you do not set up your tailgate in parking spaces. Please use the areas in the grass along logan street (between the lot and the sidewalk), or the median that includes both grass and a sidewalk just north of the large bus circle by the PAC. A sign will be posted in this area! We also ask that you pick up your trash and use the recepticles available in these areas.

Fans are also reminded that we do not want youngsters throwing balls and playing around the bleacher areas. Elementary, middle, and high school students should be in the sections reserved for them or sitting with parents! If balls are brought to play catch in the tailgating areas, that is not prohibited, but we do not want balls brought into and thrown inside the Tiger Athletic Complex.

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The state’s best in high school track and field converged in Bloomington this weekend as the IHSAA conducted the 112th Boys State Finals on Friday.

Daniel Messenger lead the way for the Tigers as he paced 8th in the 800 Meter Run with a time of 1:54.81. Daniel's finish makes him an All-State athlete for track and field.

Andrew Scheidt placed 15th in the disc with a toss of 147'4."

Owen Glogovsky placed 23rd with a time of 4:26.08.

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According to Coach Erba, the Warsaw Lady Tigers wrapped up their 2015 season in a most impressive way at the Indiana State Meet held at I.U. Warsaw set three school records en route to four podium (All-State) performances to equal their best State Meet score of 10 points (tied for 20th).

Samantha Alexander started the meet off by breaking her own school record in the long jump with a leap of 17’ 11.25” which held up for an 8th place medalist finish. The 4x800m team of Hannah Dawson, Brooke Rhodes, Anna Craig and Allison Miller took to the track and set a new school record of 9:23.20 to finish 7th on the podium. The 4x100m team of Mariah Harter, Samantha Alexander, Abbi Curtis and Audrey Rich narrowly missed the school record but still recorded the 2nd fastest time ever run at Warsaw (47.72) to place 8th on the podium. Nicole Eckert ran a lifetime best in the 300H (45.34) but fell just shy of the podium in 10th place but rebounded to lead off the 4x400m team which included Jazzmine Brown, Tennie Worrell and Audrey Rich to a new school record effort of 3:58.00 to place 7th overall. The previous record set in 1987 was 3:59.22.

Also competing well on the night were:
Audrey Rich (200m) 18th 25.84
Samantha Alexander (200m) 19th 26.07 PR
Allison Miller (3200m) 23rd 11:29.28

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