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EYE of the TIGER - WEEK IN REVIEW 9/15/13

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EYE OF THE TIGER
WEEK IN REVIEW
9-15-13
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SATURDAY, Sept.  14

BOYS TENNIS

1st Place: Park Tudor 21

2nd Place: Munster & Canterbury – 20-Tie

4th Place: Warsaw 9

5th Place: SB Adams 8

6th Place: Bishop Luers & Merrillville 7 – tie

8th Place: Huntington North 3

 

GIRLS GOLF

GOSHEN - The Warsaw Lady Tigers shot a 386 to win the NLC Conference tournament at Maplecrest in Goshen. They shot 3 strokes better than Northwood’s 389. Warsaw placed three players in the top 5 and all three were selected All Conference.  Despite the win, the Tigers place second overall in the conference behind NorthWood.  The Tigers needed NorthWood to finish third in order to claim the conference crown.

 

Warsaw will play on Tuesday at Stonehenge against Whitko, which is Senior Night. We will be honoring our three seniors, Nikki LaLonde, Elizabeth Meadows and Miranda Domiano.

 

Then on Saturday, September 21st , the Lady Tigers will take part in the IHSAA Sectionals at Stonehenge.

BOYS SOCCER

FORT WAYNE – The Warsaw Tigers opened up a 1-0 lead but Carroll countered with the equalizer with 12 minutes remaining in the match, and the two teams settled with a 1-1 tie.  The Tigers move to 6-0-5 overall.  Tito Cuellar scored the opener for the Tigers, converting with a header off a cross by Matt Williams.  The Tigers finished with five shots, two on goal and had 3 corners.

Warsaw captured the JV match with a 2-1 win and moved to 4-2-1 overall.  Zach Lewis scored off the first of two assists from Brady Yeiter.  Pedro Monsivais provided the second goal for the Tigers.

GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY

FORT WAYNE – On Saturday, the Lady Tigers traveled to Northrop HS to compete in the Bruin Invitation and finished 3rd place overall as a team.  10 personal best times and 5 season best times were set on a fantastic morning of competition.

Warsaw is next in action on Tuesday, Sept. 17 at Callander Sportsplex in Nappannee as they take on the NorthWood Panthers and the Northridge Raiders in NLC action.  Then, they will travel to New Prairie HS on Saturday, Sept. 21 to run in the prestigious New Prairie Invitational.

Team scores:

Homestead 44, Concordia 74, WARSAW 113, East Noble 121, DeKalb 136, Leo 145, Northrop 148, North Side 157, Westview 207, Blackhawk 284, Heritage 338, Eastside No Score, Wayne No Score.

Leading the way for Warsaw were Top 7 runners:

Allison Miller (6th) 19:20    *Personal Best

Brooke Rhodes (14th) 20:39    *Personal Best

Madeline Hooks (20th) 20:46

Hannah Thompson (39th) 21:46   *Season Best

Claire Kehler (57th) 22:12   *Season Best

Kendra Paton (58th) 22:13   *Season Best

Lauren Orr (59th) 22:13   *Personal Best

Other Warsaw finishers included:

Charlene Orr (62nd) 22:23  *Personal Best

Mallory Hooks (63rd) 22:26    *Personal Best

Michaela Roark (71st) 22:47   *Personal Best

Emma Lemon (82nd) 23:33

Alexis Himes (86th) 23:37

Courtney Sainer (94th) 24:03   *Personal Best

Jessica Madden (96th) 24:29  *Personal Best

Courtney Etchison (115th) 25:49  *Season Best

Lauren Brown (128th) 26:29   *Personal Best

Daisie Poe (131st) 26:33

Shyanne McFadden (138th) 28:05   *Personal Best

Emma Lehman (139th) 28:05   *Season Best

FROSH VOLLEYBALL

WARSAW – The Warsaw Freshman volleyball team reached the championship game of their own invitational on Saturday (September 14), before falling in 3 sets to a very good Fort Wayne Concordia team 22-25, 25-21, 15-5.

The Tigers advanced to the championship match by defeating West Noble:  25-17 and 25-11, Homestead: 25-21 and 25-24, and South Bend St. Joseph:  25-19 and 25-22.  Warsaw is now 11-4.

Other scores on the day from the 8 team tournament included:

Elkhart Memorial over SB St. Joe for 3rd place:  25-20, 18-25 and 15-9

Fort Wayne Concordia over Elk. Memorial:  22-25, 25-21 and 15-14

FW Concordia over Fort Wayne Carroll:  25-21, 25-20

Elk. Memorial over FW Carroll:  18-25, 25-24, 15-13

FW Concordia over Huntington North:  25-24, 25-24

FW Carroll over Huntington:  25-23, 15-25 and 15-11

Elk Memorial over Huntington North:   25-21, 25-20

Tournament leaders from Warsaw include:

Aces:  MegAnn Pearl 13, Chelsey Farling 10, Kelly Cusick 11, Katie Newland 8, Brooklyn Crouse 7, Abigail Smith 5

Kills:  Chelsey Farling 27, Lucy Fahler 24, Katie Newland 16, MegAnn Pearl 11, Kelly Cusick 8

Blocks:  Lucy Fayler 6, Chelsey Farling 4

Digs:  Kelly Cusick 61, Katie Newland 58, Abigail Smith 52, Brooklyn Crouse 43, Anna Craig 29,

Setting Assists:  Meg Ann Pearl 76

FROSH FOOTBALL

WARSAW – The Warsaw Tigers rolled to a 21-0 victory over visiting Elkhart Memorial on Saturday at the Tigers Athletics Complex.

Quarterbacks Jake Mangas and Ben Linky both hooked up for touchdown passes.  Jake Mangas hit Kyle Mangas for one touchdown, and Linky hooked up with Matt Anthony for a strike over the middle that went for a score.

Ross Armey led the Tigers’ rushing attack and scored a touchdown.  Justin Arscott had three extra points with Brock Riley and Linky on the snap and hold respectively.  Luis Juarez and Dylan Childers both recovered fumbles while Jack Higgins forced a fumble for the Tigers.

FRIDAY, Sept. 13

VARSITY FOOTBALL

ELKHART – Warsaw went into Elkhart Memorial on Friday night hoping to pick up a win after last week’s emotional win over Plymouth, and the Tigers efficiently managed a 28-0 shutout win over the Chargers.

Led by outstanding defensive play, the Tigers improve to 3-1 and 2-0 in the Northern Lakes Conference heading into this week’s Homecoming matchup against Northridge.  The Raiders, who took Plymouth to the wire on Friday night before a late-minute rally fell short in a 21-14 loss, also stand 3-1.

The defense, allowing just 137 yards of total offense to the Chargers, came up with a big stop early in the game after Memorial took over deep in Tiger territory.  Warsaw then rolled downfield to score on an 18-yard run by Tristan McClone.  Caleb Klusman’s first of four extra points put the Tigers up 7-0 with 4:55 showing in the quarter.  The Tigers scored again early in the second quarter when McClone pushed it in from 4 yards out, and Warsaw went to the locker room up 14-0.  The defense again provided a spark in the second half, stopping the Chargers on the opening drive of the third and Warsaw marched down the field, capped by a 5-yard scoring plunge by Jason Taylor, and Warsaw was up 21-0.  McClone capped the scoring early in the fourth quarter with a 1-yard run.

The Tigers managed a 265-72 advantage on the ground and ate up 27:45 of possession time compared to 20:15 by the chargers.  McClone led Warsaw with 146 yards on 28 carries and Taylor had 53 yards on 10 carries.

Seth Fouts and Kyle Heckaman both recorded 7.5 tackles and Gabe Furnivall had 7 tackles to lead Warsaw.  Darren Schaefer and Chris Wooldridge both had five and four tackles respectively, and Ben Plummer recorded a sack.   Heckaman and Brett Fancil both had interceptions for the Tigers.

THURSDAY, Sept. 12

GIRLS GOLF

The  Lady Tigers shot a season best (166) against Manchester (211) at Sycamore Golf Course in North Manchester. The Lady Tigers were led by senior, Nikki LaLonde who also shot a personal best 34 (2-under par).

The JV also shot a season best 203, Manchester did not have a JV team.

GIRLS SOCCER

WARSAW – With Concord and Warsaw two of the top Northern Lakes Conference girls soccer programs in recent seasons having played some emotional contests over the recent years, the Tigers played in front of their biggest home crowd of the season Thursday at the Tigers Soccer Complex.

The Lady Tigers did not disappoint the home crowd, dominating the midfield and blasting 14 shots toward the Concord net.

The scoreless deadlock ended nine minutes into the second half when Danielle Hutcherson blasted a shot from 40-yards out, just over the head and off the fingertips of the Minutemen keeper, hitting the net to put the Tigers on top 1-0.  After the Concord keeper turned back a barrage of shots, Hutcherson took a pass from Brooklyn Jackson, made a move to her right and fired a rocket toward the net for the game-winner.

Senior Abby Schue earned the shutout in front of the Tigers net recording three saves.

GIRLS JV SOCCER

Christina Tlahuetl scored with five minutes remaining to earn a 3-2 victory over Concord in the JV matchup.    Jessica Keyes scored off a Tlahuetl assist, and Kristen Reese scored off an assist from Rosie Fleming to tie the match in the second half and set up the late-minute game winner.

FROSH FOOTBALL

WARSAW – The Tigers scored a pair of quick touchdowns in the first quarter and held on for a 14-8 victory over visiting Plymouth, Thursday at the Tigers Athletic Complex.

Robbie Sullivan racked up 87 yards rushing on 16 carries and a touchdown, and Jeremy David had 65 yards rushing on eight carries.  Rane Killburn also scored a touchdown for the Tigers on a touchdown pass from quarterback Joseph Harness.  Andrew Mevis converted a pair of extra points.

The Tigers’ defense applied the pressure on Plymouth and allowed just one score and came up with a late-game stop to secure the win.  Dylan Hernandez led the Tigers with 10 tackles while Evan McKinley and Jeremy David registered 7 and 5 tackles respectively.  David and DeAndre Street also had interceptions for the Tigers, while Ethan Hoff and Braxton Tennant both recorded quarterback sacks.

The freshmen Tigers improve to 3-1 with the victory.

WEDNESDAY, Sept. 11

TUESDAY, Sept. 10

CROSS COUNTRY

WARSAW – With temperatures hovering around 90 degrees, the Tigers kept the heat on the Northern Lakes Conference by turning in an impressive performance in a boys and girls sweep of Elkhart Memorial and Goshen.

In the boys race, Warsaw’s strong pack performance carried the Tigers to an 18-40 win over Goshen and a 16-43 win over Elkhart Memorial.

Ellis Coon captured the overall win in 17:10, while Nick Bergen (2nd, 17:10), Owen Glogovsky (4th, 17:13), Tyler Houvener (5th, 17:15) made up the Tiger pack with Daniel Messenger (7th, 17:32) rounding out the scoring.

In the girls race,

BOYS RACE

Team Scores : Warsaw 18 Goshen 40. Warsaw 16 Memorial 43.

Warsaw Results:Ellis Coon 1st 17:10. Nick Bergen 2nd 17:10 Owen Glogovsky 4th 17:13. Tyler Houvener 5th 17:15. Daniel Messenger 7th 17:32. Jonathan Beres 17th 17:48. Avery Torres 15th 18:15. Nick Adams 16th 18:16. Jacob DeBoest 17th 18:24. Jacob Adley 20th 18:59. Aaron Haller 25th 19:38. Eric Cusick 26th 19:39. Ryan Goon 29th 19:50. Nate Miller 32nd 19:58. Curtis Rider 33rd 20:06. Ethan Cook 34th 20:07. Zachary Taylor 35th 20:11. Trent Shepherd 36th 20:12. TJ Day 37th 20:14. Rosen Kunkle 40th 20:42. Eric Jagger 41st 21:01. Evan Hansen 42nd 21:05. Shane Powers 46th 21:11. Colton Andrews 50th 21:48. Trent Thompson 53rd 22:12. Mac Pelo 54th 22:12. Connor Hershberger 59th 23:19. Nate Mills 61st 23:40. Griffin Roark 62nd 23:45. Michael Blue 68th 24:56. Nicholas Hawn 70th 26:15. Caleb Remocaldo 71th 26:38. Luke Junker 74th 29:39.

GIRLS RACE

Warsaw Results: Allison Miller (2nd) 19:54, Brooke Rhodes (4th) 21:08, Madeline Hooks (5th) 21:10, Aletheia Burritt (6th) 21:18, Hannah Thompson (11th) 22:11, Claire Kehler (14th) 22:35, Emma Hayward (15th) 22:36,

Tiger Personal Best Times:

Emma Lemon (18th) 22:55  *Personal Best, Courtney Sainer (30th) 24:22  *Personal Best, Lauren Brown (42nd) 29:12 *Personal Best.

BOYS TENNIS

WARSAW – The Warsaw Tigers captured three quick decisions and managed a 3-2 victory over Northridge in the Northern Lakes Conference matchup at the Tigers courts.

Will Petro and Evan Miller earned efficient wins at No. 2 and No. 3 singles respectively, and the doubles team of Kyle Wettschurack and Nic Jansen were quick winners at No. 1 doubles.  Sam Rice nearly pulled out the sweep at singles but dropped a tough 3-set decision at No. 1 singles.

VARSITY: Warsaw  3, Northridge 2

#1 Singles:  Josh Garfein (NR) def Sam Rice (W) 6-7 (1-7), 6-1, 6-2

#2 Singles:  Will Petro (W) def. Austin Schmidt (NR) 6-3, 6-1

#3 Singles:  Evan Miller (W) def. Aadarsh Patel (NR) 6-1, 6-0

#1 Doubles: Kyle Wettschurack & Nic Jansen (W) def. Clay Schnell & Ted Field

(NR) 6-3, 6-1

#2 Doubles:  Landon Arnold & Sam Hoover (NR) defChristopher Herendeen & Cole Baker (W)  1-6, 6-2

JV:  Warsaw 6    def    Northridge  0

#1 Singles:  Andrew Gauger (W) James Dugle (NR) 6-2, 6-1

#2 Singles Ryan Wettschurack (W)ef. Andrew Kauffman 8-1

#3 Singles: Nikos Schlitt (W) def. Austin Melvin (NR) 8-2

#4 Singles: Chris Stichter (W) def  Aman Patel (NR) 8-3

#1 Doubles: Tim Rata & Justin Stout (W) def. Jate Cross & Aaron Gingerich

(NR) 7-6 (12-10), 6-4

#2 Doubles: David Homme & Hudson Snyder (W) def. Nick Kieper & Luke Wogoman

(NR) 8-4

VOLLEYBALL

MIDDLEBURY – The Warsaw Tigers struggled to get things moving on Tuesday, dropping a 25-18, 25-13, and 25-17 decision to Northridge.

Emily Poe had seen kills, and Taylor Jagger and Celia Heckert both had four.  Katie Voelz and Megan Chauncey both had a pair of blocks, while Chauncey had 11 assists and one ace.  Cassie Hoag picked up 5 assists, while Celie Heckert and Poe led Warsaw with 7 and 6 digs respectively.

The Tigers fall to 7-3 overall and 1-2 in the Northern Lakes Conference.

MONDAY, Sept. 9

GIRLS GOLF

CULVER – Alexis Manwaring and Nikki LaLonde both shot a team-low 40 to pace the Tigers in a non-conference 174-178 victory over Culver Academy  at Mystic Hills.  The win moves the Warsaw mark to 12-2 overall.  The JV, 9-3 this season, captured a 222-230 win.

Varsity Squad:

Nikki LaLonde                       40

Elizabeth Meadows              44

Alexis Manwaring                40

Madi Graham                        50

Miranda Domiano                64

Junior Varsity Squad:

Kristen Watsin                      47

Aarshia Jain                           57

Page Desenberg                   61

Lauren Shaffner                   63

Morgen Fuentes                  57

OTHER TIGER NOTES

COON SETS RECORD

MARION – Two Saturday’s ago, Warsaw distance standout Ellis Coon became the fastest Tiger to ever complete a Cross Country Course (5K or 3.2 miles) in the history of Warsaw Community High School.

Led Warsaw to a crushing victory over No. 4 ranked FW Carroll with his amazing run of 15:21.

 

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