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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).


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).


WARSAW – Few players in orange and black or across the line of scrimmage in recent years played with the finesse, heart, and packed a wallop like Warsaw Tiger defensive specialist Caleb Wooldridge. Not only did the past two years of stellar play gain him statewide attention, it also turned the heads of college programs, and this week Wooldridge announced his commitment to Anderson University and the Ravens football program.

Wooldridge, a first team all-state and first team all Northern Lakes Conference selection, led the Tiger football defense from start to finish, helping the Warsaw program toward the top of the conference standing each of the past two seasons.

Wooldridge, a two-year letterman and two-time winner of the Tiger Pride Award for Tiger Football, accumulated the single-game quarterback sack record (5) as the Tigers blanked Goshen 24-0 for one of two team shutouts on the season.

While taking down opponents on the field, Wooldridge spent a great deal of time lifting others up in the community. The scholar athlete that earned over a B average through his first seven high school semesters helped with the Baker Street Youth Club, Feed My Starving Children, Pushups for Troops, and he assisted with the Young Tiger Football program.

Wooldridge will work towards a degree in Criminal Justice while playing for coach John Sala and the Ravens. Anderson is a member of the NCAA-DIII Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference.


Front (L-R): Vickie Wooldridge, Caleb Wooldridge, Christopher Wooldridge Sr.; Back: Phil Jensen (WCHS Head Coach), Kris Hueber (WCHS Defensive Coordinator).

The deadline for submitting pictures for the Senior Slide Show has been extended to Friday, May 1st. Have your digital pictures submitted to no later than midnight Friday, May 1st. Any pictures submitted after this date possibly will not be included in the slide show.

The guidelines for the pictures are:

A “senior” picture A digital picture of you all grown up, head and shoulders shot, no puppies or kitty’s in the picture please

A “baby” picture A digital picture of you when you were young, could be a modest bath tub shot or one of you on your Big Wheel for example

A “friends” picture A digital picture of you with a group of your friends, could be from any era, elementary, middle or high school

Indiana State Police Career Camp is open to all high school students grades 9 -12. The ISP Career Camp gives students an in-depth look at law enforcement. Campers will experience crime scene investigations, bomb squad demonstrations, hear from defense attorneys, K-9 units and other experts in the criminal justice field, with lots of hands-on activities. Camps will take place for one week in July. For more information about the ISP Career Camp, visit


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