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WARSAW – Warsaw Community High School senior Rashaan Jackson has selected Indiana University–South Bend as home for the next four years, signing a Letter of Intent to play basketball for the Titans.

Jackson emerged as a tremendous threat both inside and on the perimeter these recent seasons for the Tigers. With outstanding athleticism and a soft touch, Jackson was a key force in the Tigers’ 18-5 performance this year that saw coach Doug Ogle’s Northern Lakes Conference championship squad pick up impressive wins against, not just the tough Northern Lakes Conference schedule, but also against some of the state’s top teams. Even in defeat Jackson was a force on the court, helping the Tigers challenge and battle the state’s top teams to the wire, including a 1-point road loss to the eventual state champion Homestead.

A four-year letterman, Jackson was one of the team leaders in field-goal percentage, shooting a tremendous 48.2% from the floor (79-164), and he was second on the team in scoring average with a 9.39 average. The senior was also among the team leaders in rebounds, pulling in 74 caroms on the season.

A scholar athlete that earned a tremendous 10.55 grade point average on a 12-point scale, Jackson was the named the Hamilton Heights Tournament MVP as a junior. Jackson is also a member of the Tiger Track & Field program, and in 2014 was a sectional champion and conference champion in the long jump, recording a mark of 21’-9” in the sand. An Academic All-State Honorable mention pick, this year Jackson has continued his success in the long-jump by capturing the Goshen Relays title and he looks to lead the Tigers into the post-season again this spring.

In addition to the academic and athletic accolades heaped upon him, Jackson has taken advantage of his opportunities to enrich the lives of others and give back to others with his involvement and role in several clubs and organizations, assisting with the Animal Shelter, Feed My Starving Children, the WCHS Blitz, the Chinese Club, and the Octagon Club.

Jackson will compete for the Titans and coach Scott Cooper. IUSB is a member of the NAIA and the Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference.

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Front Row (L-R): Cheryl Hanna, Rashaan Jackson, and Mike Hanna; Back Row (L-R): Doug Ogle (WCHS Head Coach), Ryesha Jackson, Scott Cooper (IUSB Head Coach).

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“Are you a junior or senior interested in finding out what Ivy Tech in Warsaw has to offer? A representative will be coming to Tiger Central during SRT on Tuesday May 19 to explain what programs are offered, how much it costs, and how to apply. Sign up in the guidance office to attend. See Mr. Call with questions.”

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Hey tigers! This Friday, April 8th is the last day to preorder your books at the $70 price! Our theme this year is School Survival Guide, and the cost is definitely worth it.

You can order your book online by clicking the link on the bottom left of the school website, or in the bookstore!

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WARSAW – Warsaw Community High School standout swimmer Spencer Davidson turned in numerous outstanding performances to etch his name in multiple places on the WCHS Men’s Swim & Diving Record board. The senior scribed it once more for good measure before the end of the school year – signing a Letter of Intent to attend and swim for the IUPUI Jaguars next season.

Davidson was an instrumental part of four sectional titles for the Tigers in his career, and he exited his senior season a part of three school records to cap a tremendous career – the 100 breaststroke (56.09), 200 Medley Relay (1:35.18), and the 200 Freestyle Relay (128.18).

A three-time All Northern Lakes Conference swimmer and two-time team MVP, Davidson earned All-American distinction with his performance both last year and this season in the 100 breaststroke.

Davidson will compete for the Jaguars and coach Matt Boss in a very familiar setting, as IUPUI’s facilities also serve as the site of the IHSAA State Swim Finals. The Jaguars, members of the NCAA, compete in the Summit League.

PICTURE: Front Row (L-R): Alicia Davidson, Spencer Davidson, and Jason Davidson; Back Row: Steve Helton, Anthony DeBrota (WCHS Head Swim Coach).

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WARSAW – Warsaw Tiger senior linebacker Darren Schaefer has put on pads and a helmet for the past 10 fall football seasons in Warsaw, and the Tiger senior defensive standout announced where he intends to suit up for his next four. Schaefer, one of the top defenders and mainstays in the Warsaw defense from his linebacker position, announced his intentions to attend Franklin College and play football for the Grizzlies.

Schaefer, who had an tremendous knack for finding the football and helped anchor the Tiger defense with big plays and hard knocks, is a three-year letterman for the Warsaw Tigers.

While Schaefer was working on stopping tailbacks on Friday nights, he also worked on his assignments in the classroom and in the community. The Scholar-Athlete Award winner served with the Bakers Youth Club, Combined Community Services, Feed My Starving Children, Pushups for Troops, the Pee Wee football program, as well as served with the STARR Peer Tutoring Program at WCHS.

Schaefer intends to study Criminal Justice while playing football for Franklin and coach Mike Leonard. Franklin competes in the NCAA-DIII Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference.


FRONT (L-R): Eric Schaefer, Darren Schaefer, and Stephanie Schaefer; BACK (L-R): Phil Jensen (WCHS Head Coach), Kris Hueber (WCHS Defensive Coordinator).

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