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2017 INDIANA ALL-STAR BASKETBALL GAME / SPECIAL TIGER GAME-DAY PACKAGE

Tiger fans are being provided an outstanding opportunity to pick up a special reserved seat to cheer on the Indiana All-Star basketball teams and Tiger senior Kyle Mangas as he and the boys' team will compete agains our southern rivals from Kentucky on June 10 at Banker's Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis.

The Indiana and Kentucky Girls All-Stars will square off at 5pm, followed by the matchup between the Indiana and Kentucky All-Stars.

Tiger fans can pick up a ticket in a lower-arena section ($18 ticket) set aside just for Warsaw fans, get a commemorative shirt ($10 value), and pick up a commemorative poster ($8) - all for the low price of $20.  Only the first 250 ticket orders will get a poster, and shirts and posters are only available through this special Tiger Game-Day Package.

Tiger fans have been fortunate to have front-row seats to watch Kyle Mangas develop year after year as he has worked his way toward earning his selection to the Indiana All-Star team!  It would be wonderful to help honor Kyle with a full block of Tiger Faithful at Banker's Life Fieldhouse for this classic summer matchup between the best from Indiana and Kentucky.

The Girls' Indiana All-Star team will meet Kentucky's girls at 5pm on June 10 at Banker's Life Fieldhouse, and the matchup between the Indiana and Kentucky boys teams will follow.

Tickets for this block of seats are only available through the Tiger Game-Day Ticket Package!

For information, contact the WCHS Athletic Office at 574-267-3162.




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It was a great trip to Plymouth to meet Dave and Janet Burke!  Special thanks to Mr. Stan Seiss and his efforts to ensure all Warsaw state champions are recognized with their photo placed in the trophy case!  After getting in touch with Dave Burke - the 1951 state champion in the high jump - Blossers used an old photo and negative to create an 11x14 to place in the case, and one was made to share with Mr Burke!  The Warsaw graduate was one of Warsaw's first state champions and he continued his track & Field career at Purdue University.  Burke went on to teach and coach in Warsaw for several years, and he served 33 years teaching mathematics and coaching track at Culver Military Academy.  Burke is also an inductee to the Kosciusko County Basketball Hall of Fame.   (Pictured: Scott Erba, Dave Burke, Stan Seiss)

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Warsaw Tiger junior Kyle Mangas has helped lead the Tigers to an 8–0 start to the 2015–2016 season, and in the process he is attracting attention from opponents and Tiger supporters who are labeling him as one of the best all-around players to wear orange and black.

Check out The KMango early season highlights here - https://vimeo.com/149841378

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WARSAW - Tiger Cross Country and Track & Field standout Emma Hayward signed a Letter of Intent to run next seasons for the Sycamores at Indiana State.
 
The senior standout was a four-year-letter winner for Tiger coach Scott Erba's cross country and track and field squads, reaching the state finals four times with the cross country squad.  An All-State Academic Honorable Mention selection this past season, Hayward twice earned all Northern Lakes Conference honorable mention and each season concluded her years with her top times at the state meet.
 
While Hayward was able to find success on the courses and tracks for the Tigers, she was also able to master the twists and turns in the classroom, earning an 11.82 grade-point-average on a 12-point scale and is ranked in the top 7% of a class of 477 seniors.
 
A member of the National Honor Society, Hayward also served Tiger Athletics through her efforts with the Tiger Student Athletic Board.  In the community, she served with the youth group at Winona Grace Brethren and as a volunteer with the Warsaw Community Church.
 
Hayward will run for coach Kyle Walsh  while majoring in Elementary Education.  The Sycamores belong to the Missouri Valley Conference.
 
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Front Row (L-R): Brian Hayward, Emma Hayward, Michelle Hayward; Back Row: Dave Anson (WCHS Athletics), Scott Erba (WCHS Track and Cross Country), Kyle Hayward.
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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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