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GRONINGER INKS INTENT WITH INDIANA WESLEYAN

WARSAW, Ind. -- Dayton Groninger, a two-time All Northern Lakes Conference first team selection and an Indiana Top 100 Workout and Showcase invitee, tipped off the start of her senior season by signing a Letter of Intent to play basketball and attend school next year at Indiana Wesleyan.

Groninger, a go-to-player that led the Lady Tigers in scoring the past two seasons, was named to the Ink Free News All-Area Team and the Times Union All Area team after tremendous sophomore and junior seasons.  She was also an Indiana Basketball Coaches Association Subway All-State Honorable Mention pick last year after leading her team in scoring (game-high 28 vs. Wabash), rebounding (career-high 16 vs. Oregon Davis), steals, assists, and free-throw percentage.

While the sure shooter has been a key force for the Tigers and coach Michelle Harter (sectional champs 2015, runner-up 2016), Groninger was also an instrumental figure in Warsaw's sectional and regional track championships last season as a member of the regional champion 4x800 squad and qualified for the state finals.  A participant in the 800-meter run, Groninger and her 4x800 teammates set the school record for the fastest indoor time during last year's indoor season.

While Groninger has been finding success on the hardwood and on the track outside of school, her outstanding efforts in the classroom  have landed her in the top 10% of her graduating class with a 12.1 GPA on a 12-point scale.  She is also a member of the National Honor Society, Tiger Student Athletic Board, and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes.

Groninger plans to major in Exercise Science at Indiana Wesleyan, an area of study where she is getting great experience serving with Miller's Merry Manor during an internship this semester.  She will play for coach Steve Brooks and the Wildcats.  Indiana Wesleyan is affiliated with the NAIA and NCCAA and is a member of the Crossroads League.



PICTURED 

FRONT ROW (L-R): Erika Groninger, Dayton Groninger, and Jason Groninger; BACK ROW: Michelle Harter (Lady Tiger Basketball Head Coach), Steve Brooks (Indiana Wesleyan Head Coach), and Dave Anson (WCHS Athletic Director).

Homecoming Week Activities, September 19-23
Sep. 19, Monday- America Day: Celebate our country by wearing red, white, and blue
Sep. 20, Tuesday- Zoo Tuesday: Wear anything zoo related- animal print, designed clothing, and costumes (no masks) 
Sep. 21, Wednesday- Hat day: Wear any hat you have
                            -Rough and Tough co-ed volleyball tournament 6:00pm-9:00pm
Sept. 22, Thursday- Throwback Thursday: go back in the past by wearing your favorite time period clothing
Sept. 23, Friday- Tiger Pride: support your own Warsaw Tigers by wearing orange and black
                        -Homecoming Parade, Starts at 5:00
                          -Tiger Football game against Goshen, Starts at 7:00pm

                          - Homecoming Bash- informal dance from 9:30-11:00 after the game. WCHS students ONLY, must have your                               ID to get in

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If you missed the presentation by Mr. Seney and Mrs. Graney at open house or just want to review the information covered again, please click on the link below.

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The Warsaw Tigers girls soccer squad celebrated its first Northern Lakes Conference Crown since 2003 after a 1-1 tie with Northridge Thurrsday night at the Tiger Soccer Complex.

The Tigers close the regular season with an impressive 13-1-1 mark and a 6-0-1 record in conference play. Northridge dropped to 10-3-4 overall and 5-0-2 in the NLC.

The two teams battled scoreless throughout much of the match, with both teams having opportunities, including a Tiger shot from Alyssa Adkins that caromed off the crossbar late in the first half. The Tigers broke the deadlock when Liz VanWormer caught up to a long pass from Anna Grill, outracing one of three Northridge defenders to get the ball near the box, and after dribbling a few contested touches toward the keeper, the senior forward fired in the go-ahead in the 69th minute.

Unfortunately for the Tigers, the lead lasted about 7 seconds. On the ensuring possession, Northridge sent a pass downt he sideline and the Raiders converted on a shot from about 35 yards to tie things up!

The Lady Tigers will face Wawasee next week in the second round of the Plymouth sectional.

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