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EYE of the TIGER





WARSAW - The Winter sports season started with a sweep on Saturday as the Lady Tiger Basketball program picked up three wins against their visitors from Huntington North.

The Tiger varsity squad used a strong second and third quarter effort and capped the night with a tremendous 47-41 victory. Dayton Groninger scored 17 points, and Madi Graham and Jodie Carlson scored 10 and nine points respectively for the Tigers.

Warsaw shot just 29% from the floor in the first half and trailed Huntington North 13-6 after one quarter and 20-18 at the half. The Tigers erupted in the third though, outscoring Huntington North 18-8 in the quarter, and Warsaw connected on 42% from the floor in the second half.

Warsaw maintained a 30-26 advantage on the boards, with Graham and Groninger both pullingo down six boards and Pam Miller and Erin Clemens grabbing five rebounds apiece. Kilee Slone had three steals and a pair of assists to lead the Tigers in those categories. The Tigers were also sharp at the line, connecting on 10 of 13 attempts.

Alyssa Atkins scored 12 of her game-high 17 points in the first half to lead the Tiger JV squad to a 44-34 win over Huntington North. Kenzie Welk had 11 points and nine rebounds, and Mariah Rivera added 10 points for the Tigers. Atkins also had six steals and Rivera and Welk contributed three and two assists apiece respectively.

The Tigers varsity and JV will host Fort Wayne Bishop Luers Tuesday night.

With a great team effort, the Freshmen Lady Tiger squad captured a thrilling 25-23 win over the Vikings. Warsaw as led in scoring by Katiana Rodriguez and Kennedy Patton while Kerigan Hatfield and Emma Bohnenkamper led the team in rebounding. The frosh squad will travel to Plymouth Thursday.

EYE of the TIGER - WEEK IN REVIEW 8.18.14



KOKOMO – Warsaw battled some of the state’s top teams on Saturday at Chippendale Golf Course in Kokomo, and the Lady Tigers came out 13th in the field of 20 teams.

Alexis Manwaring shot a high school career best score of 77 and placed 10th overall out of 102 golfers.  Ash Jain and Madi Graham both turned in personal best scores with a 98 and 95 respectively.

The Tigers’ continue their busy season on Wednesday with a match at Stonehenge against Huntington North, and will meet Tippecanoe Valley and Wabash Thursday at Stonehenge.  The Lady Tigers capt their week on Saturday at the New Haven Invitational at Whispering Pines.

TEAM SCORES: Hamilton Southeastern 304, Kent Roosevelt (OH) 305, Westfield 318, Fishers 324, Noblesville 327, Center Grove 339, Western 342, Lafayette Jeff 344, Roncalli 350, Penn 352, Rochester 353, Northwestern 363, Warsaw 371, Twin Lakes 389, Plymouth 394, Logansport 397, Western Boone 414, Kokomo 437, Peru 442, Eastern 460.

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SAVE MONEY - TIME - HASSLE With All-Sports Ticket Purchase

Tiger Fans...Avoid the time-consuming fumbling with money at the ticket counter with the purchase of an All-Sports Pass!

All-Sports Tickets will be on sale at Friday night's football scrimmage at the Tigers Athletic Complex. Forms will also be provided with Ticket Takers at all venues early in the fall.

In addition to All-Sports passes, other Tiger Ticket packages will be on sale at Friday night's football scrimmage.

For Student-All Sports Passes, these are good for ALL HOME Tiger sporting events, with the exception of IHSAA tournament events. For Adult All-Sports passes, these are good for ALL Tiger Athletics HOME events, with the exception of tournament games and Boys Basketball.

A variety of ticket pricing options are available, including pricing for Football Only Season Tickets and Reserved Tickets for Football. There are special pricing options for senior citizens as well as special cost-reduction options for families.

Boys Basketball Tickets will go on sale later in the school year.

Warsaw Students planning to attend as few as 10 events throughout the year WILL SAVE MONEY with the purchase of the All-Sports Pass.

Tiger Athletics appreciates the tremendous support for all of our student-athletes and programs!

Our thoughts are with the family of longtime Warsaw Tiger Morrey Hester, who passed away yesterday.

Morrey was an inspiration to many people and he will continue to be through our memories of him. Morrey's strength, courage, and zeal he exhibited in difficult times was very inspirational. He truly loved WCHS Athletics, especially those athletes he watched and worked with on the gridiron or those circling the track. It was so evident to see his passion and love for the Tigers when he discussed Tiger Football or Track & Field.

Morrey Hester will always be a special part of Tiger Athletics. The following link is from Stacey Page Online.

We are celebrating an improvement of ECA score results at the high school this spring. We also want to mention the results of some outstanding students.

The students in these pictures were the top scoring students in our building this last May. Great work and we are all very proud of you at WCHS!!!!

These are the top scorers in the ECA Algebra I test.

These are the top scoring students for the ECA Biology I test. Lydia DeBoest and Bradley Nethercutt got a maximum score!!

These students were the top scoring students on the ECA English 10 test. Paul Motter got a maximum score!!

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