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EYE of the TIGER - WEEK IN REVIEW


SATURDAY, May 17

BOYS GOLF

STRONG SHOWING FOR TIGERS AT CULVER INVITE

CULVER – The Warsaw Tigers had a strong showing Saturday at the Culver Invitational, shooting a 322 and taking third, just five strokes back of the champions from Marian, and one stroke behind runner up Lafayette Harrison.

Will Petro and Ryan Cultice led the Tiger charge with both shooting an 82, while Brandon Eckert and Jonny Hollar shot an 83 and 84 respectively. Reid Cameron closed the Tiger varsity scoring with a 94.

The Tigers also sent a squad to the JV Westville Invitataional at Legacy Hills. Luke Johnson and Andrew Gauger both fired an 86 to lead the Tigers, while Michael Jensen shot an 88, followed by Tim Rata (96) and Rob Sullivan (102).

CMA INVITE TEAM SCORES (at Mystic Hills): 1. MARIAN 317; 2. HARRISON 321; 3. WARSAW 322; 4. PLYMOUTH 327; 5. CMA (MAROON) 328; 6. NORTHWOOD 329; 7. TRITON 335; 8. ELKHART MEMORIAL 336; 9. WAWASEE 340; 10. GLENN 341; 11. SB ST. JOSEPH 349; 12. WINAMAC 367; 13. ADAMS 375; 14. CMA (WHITE) 406. ** scoring was best 4 scores per hole...not best 4 scores over all

JV TEAM SCORES at Legacy Hills: 1. BOONE GROVE 315; 2. LAVILLE 339; 3. WARSAW 356; 4. PLYMOUTH 357; 5. TRITON 363; 6. SOUTH CENTRAL 375; 7. MORGAN TWP. 384; 8. KNOX 415; 9. NORTH JUDSON 422; 10. WESTVILLE 423; 11. RIVER FOREST 530; 12. CALUMET 552.

JV TRACK & FIELD

ELKHART – Ina season-ending cap for junior varsity track runners, several Tigers turned in outstanding efforts at the JV meet at Elkhart Memorial.

TOP TIGER RESULTS:

1600 R: Jonathon Beres finished 3rd with a time of 4:46.99

400 D: D'Andre Street finished 4th with a time of 57.74

300 H: Josh Malagon finished 1st with a time of 49.91

800 M: Mac Pelo finished 4th with a time of 2:21.83

200 M: Alex Wade finished 4th with a 26.09

3200 M: Jonathon Beres finished 2nd with a time of 10:33.48

High Jump: David Goon finished 3rd with a jump of 5'6

Disc: Jaceb Burish finished 3rd with a toss of 111'7

Shot Put: Dylan Childers finished 1st with a toss of 41'11, Hunter Van Ness finished 2nd with a toss of 39'8, Jaceb Burrish finished 3rd with a toss of 39'2

LADY TIGER SOFTBALL

TIGERS DROP PAIR IN TIGER INVITE

WARSAW – The Warsaw Tigers dropped a pair of tough contests in the Tiger Invitational on Saturday, falling 12-5 to Peru and 10-6 to Concordia.

In the opener, Sidney Hernandez had four hits and Taylor Stiver and Whitney Sleeth both had two hits for the Tigers. Ashley Ousley had a pair of hits for the Tigers in the second game.

FRIDAY, May 16

NLC TENNIS

TIGERS CLOSE NLC WITH SOLID SHOWING

WARSAW – With matches being sent indoors to the Warsaw Racket Club all three nights, rounds were held on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday with play actually continuing on to Saturday (12:46 am) when it finally concluded – and Elkhart Memorial emerged champions.

Warsaw fared well in the tournament with Rachel Alexander battling strong at No. 3 singles where she managed a runner-up finish. Sarah Boyle at No. 2 singles fell in the semifinals to the eventual champ and the Tigers’ senior took third overall by notching a win on Friday night over Goshen’s Kathleen Morrical, 7-6 (7-3), 6-2. Jacqueline Sasso dropped into the back draw at No.1 singles but responded well with a semifinal win before falling in a tough match on Friday, taking sixth place. At doubles, the No. 1 team of Anna Hall and Camille Kerlin took sixth, and the No. 2 team of Abbi Baum and Athena Schlitt slipped into the back draw but came through with wins on Thursday and Friday to take fifth place.

Boyle and Sasso were both selected to the Honorable Mention All-Conference Team.

SCHOOL

NLC REG

SSN

NLC

TRNY

1S

NLC

TRNY

2S

NLC

TRNY

3S

NLC

TRNY

1D

NLC

TRNY

2D

TEAM

NLC

TRNY

PTS

RR

PTS

TO

NLC

PLACE

TRNY

PTS

TO

NLC

PLACE

TOTAL

NLC

PTS

FINAL

NLC

PLACE

CONCORD

3-4

11

4

7

6

5

33

6

4

10

4

ELK. MEMORIAL

7-0

13

11

2

13

1

40

8

8

16

1

GOSHEN

4-3

9

5

5

2

2

22

2

5

7

5

NORTHRIDGE

5-2

6

9

5

11

7

38

7

6.5

13.5

2

NORTHWOOD

2-5

7

2

1

9

9

28

3.5

2.5

6

6

PLYMOUTH

5-2

2

1

11

7

11

32

5

6.5

11.5

3

WARSAW

2-5

4

7

9

4

4

28

3.5

2.5

6

6

WAWASEE

0-7

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

1

2

8

ALL CONFERENCE

TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS AT LARGE ALL-CONFERENCE

Krystal Grubb (Elkhart Memorial) Jenna Landis (Concord)
Corinn Whittaker (Elkhart Memorial) Miranda Kay (Goshen)

Jessica Stillson (Plymouth) Sydney Wysong (NorthWood)

Libbie Porteus (Plymouth)

Lanae Singleton (Plymouth)

Haley Stouder (Elkhart Memorial)

Taelor Grose (Elkhart Memorial)

ALL CONFERENCE HONORABLE MENTION (5)

Katy Ashpole (Wawasee), Kennedy Walter (NorthWood), Tori Schwartz (NorthWood), Emily Hughes (Northridge), Jacqueline Sasso (Warsaw), Courtney Clark (Northridge), Emily Erekson (Northridge), Sarah Boyle (Warsaw).

COACH OF THE YEAR: Alex Holtz – Elkhart Memorial

SOFTBALL

No. 5 RAIDERS BLANK TIGERS

WARSAW – The Northridge Raiders showed why they are earning their No. 5 ranking, limiting Warsaw to just two hits in a 13-0 win over the Tigers. Alexa Glass and Kara Dishman managed the Tigers’ only hits in the game. The Tigers’ JV fell 13-1 to the Raiders.

BASEBALL

TIGERS FALL TO NORTHRIDGE

MIDDLEBURY - The Warsaw Tigers managed just one hit in a 10-0 loss to Northridge on Friday night in Middlebury. The loss brings the Tiger’s record to 9-11 and 6-5 in the NLC. The JV Tigers lost to Northridge 7-6. Leading the offense was Josh Fitzgerald with 3 hits and Marcello Rodriguez with 3 hits including a HR. The young Tigers record stands at 11-10 and 5-6 in the NLC.

TUESDAY, May 13

TIGERS’ BOYS AND GIRLS CLAIM NLC TRACK AND FIELD TITLES

GIRLS RESULTS

WARSAW - For the ninth year in a row, the Warsaw Lady Tigers (9-0, 7-0) capped their regular season with a NLC title. Scoring 176 points on the night, Warsaw outdistanced runners up, Plymouth, by by 63.5 points. Next up for the Lady Tigers is the Sectional on Tuesday, May 20 at the TAC starting at 5:30p. Warsaw will be looking to extend their Sectional winning streak to 8!

Leading the Lady Tigers were NLC Champions and All-Conference selections:

Claire Hickerson (Pole Vault)

Ann Harvuot (100m)...4th straight year of being the NLC 100m Dash Champion!

Audrey Rich (200m)

Samantha Alexander (Long Jump)

Allison Miller (3200m)

4x800m (Hannah Dawson, Brooke Rhodes, Allison Miller, Anna Craig)

4x100m (Mariah Harter, Samantha Alexander, Audrey Rich, Ann Harvuot)

Jackie Ferguson (100H- 2nd; 300H- 3rd; 4x400m- 2nd)...At Large NLC selection

Nicole Eckert (300H- 2nd; 4x400m- 2nd)...Honorable Mention

Additional Top 3 performances came from:

Mariah Harter (100m-2nd)

Samantha Alexander (200m-3rd)

Tennie Worrell (400m- 2nd)

Hannah Dawson (800m- 3rd)

Emma Hayward (3200m- 3rd)

Shannon Winslow (Pole Vault- 2nd)

Brooklyn Harrison (Shot Put- 2nd)

2013-2014 NLC Girls Track & Field-Final Results

Final Round-Robin Standings/Points Awarded

Warsaw 7-0 8 points

Plymouth 6-1 7 points

Elk. Memorial 5-2 6 points

Concord 3-3-1 4.5 points

Goshen 3-3-1 4.5 points

Wawasee 2-5 3 points

Northridge 1-6 2 points

NorthWood 0-7 1 point

Championship Meet Points Awarded

8 = Warsaw

7 = Plymouth

6 = Elkhart Memorial

5 = Goshen

4 = Concord

3 = Wawasee

2 = Northridge

1 = NorthWood

FINAL CONFERENCE STANDINGS (POINTS)

1st Place = Warsaw - 16

2nd Place = Plymouth - 14

3rd Place = Elkhart Memorial - 12

4th Place = Goshen - 10

5th Place = Concord - 8

6th Place = Wawasee - 6

7th Place = Northridge - 4

8th Place = NorthWood - 2

Coach of the Year = Scott Erba

All-Conference

Concord = Jessica O’Connell (12)

Elkhart Memorial = Sierra Moore (11), Deanna Cornelius (11)

Goshen = Maria Corbett (11), Kristen Hanson (12), Ashton Ellis (9)

Plymouth = Libby Read (11), Rachel Crawford (9), Kaydon Fosler (11), Allie Wright (11), Abby Patrick (11)

Northridge = Kim Swank (12)

Warsaw = Hannah Dawson (10), Allison Miller (9), Brooke Rhodes (10), Anna Craig (9), Ann Harvuot (12), Mariah Harter (11), Samantha Alexander (10), Audrey Rich (10), Claire Hickerson (12), Jackie Ferguson (12),

Honorable Mention

Concord = Michelle Detweiler (12)

Goshen = Adrienne Henke (11)

NorthWood = Kaitlin Trenshaw (9)

Plymouth = Sami Davis (11), Kaitlin O’Neal (11)

Warsaw = Nicole Eckert (11)

Wawasee = Catherine Yankowsky (11)

BOYS RESULTS

The Tiger's won their 4th NLC title in row by outpacing the field with 188 points. Warsaw came away with 16 All Conference Selections.

First Places Winners=All Conference Selection

4x800-Ismael Calderon, Nick Bergen, Daniel Messenger, Tyler Houvener-8:08.39

100 M-Mike Miller-11.19

1600 M-Ellis Coon-4:22.17

4x100-Tanner Balazs, Tristan McClone, Gabe Furnivall, Mike Miller-43.13

400 M-Gabe Furnivall-50.45

3200 M-Ellis Coon-9:45.99

4x400-Landan Perry, Ryan Goon, Chad Goon, Gabe Furnivall-3:25.84

High Hump-Stephen Kolbe-6'4

Long Jump-Rashaan Jackson-20'5.25

Discus-Andrew Scheidt-140'10

Shot Put-Seth Fouts-57'5

Second Place Finishes:

200 M-Tristan McClone-23.16

300 H-Dylan Campbell-41.59

Discus-Seth Fouts-137'5

Third Place Finishes:

200 M-Storm Stapleton-23.35, Honorable Mention All Conference

300 H-Ross Armey-42.04

Fourth Place Finishes:

High Jump-Brock Riley-5'10

Pole Vault-Jake Fayed-11'00

Fifth Place Finishes:

800 M-Tyler Houvener-2:02.49

400 M-Riley Rhoades-51.96

Sixth Place Finishes:

100 M-Tanner Balazs-11.69

3200 M-Owen Glogovsky-10:11.72

Long Jump-18'8.75

Seventh Place Finishes:

Shot Put-Ben Plummer-44'9

2013-4 NLC Boys Track-Final Results

Final Round-Robin Standings/Points Awarded

Warsaw 7-0 = 8 Points

Wawasee 6-1 = 7 Points

Goshen 5-2 = 6 Points

Northridge 4-3 = 5 Points

Elkhart Memorial 3-4 = 4 Points

Plymouth 2-5 = 3 Points

NorthWood 1-6 = 2 Points

Concord 0-7 = 1 Point

Championship Meet Points Awarded Total Team Points to All Sport Trophy

8 = Warsaw 1st Place = Warsaw 16 Points

7 = Wawasee 2nd Place = Wawasee 14 Points

6 = Goshen 3rd Place = Goshen 12 Points

5 = Northridge 4th Place = Northridge 10 Points

4 = Elkhart Memorial 5th Place = Elkhart Memorial 8 Points

3 = NorthWood 6th Place = NorthWood 5 Points

2 = Concord 7th Place = Plymouth 4 Points

1 = Plymouth 8th Place = Concord 3 Points

Coach of the Year = Matt Thacker

All-Conference

Memorial = Blake Kramer

Goshen = Jacob Isnogle

Northridge = Michael Fickert

Warsaw = Ismael Calderon, Nicholas Bergen, Daniel Messenger, Tyler Houvener, Michael Miller, Ellis Coon, Tanner Balazs, Tristan McClone, Gabrial Furnivall, Landon Perry, Chad Goon, Ryan Goon, Stephan Kolbe, Rashaan Jackson, Andrew Scheidt, Seth Fouts

Wawasee = JJ Gilmer, Clayton Cook,

Plymouth = Michael Hatman

MONDAY, May 12

BASEBALL

TIGER BATS UNABLE TO GENERATE AGAINST PLYMOUTH

WARSAW – Plymouth jumped out early after a three-run homer in the first, and the Tiger bats managed just two hits in the contest – singles by Justin Oberlin and Sterling Hay – as Plymouth captured a 10-0 Northern Lakes Conference win in five innings.

The JV Tigers lost to Plymouth 11-9. Leading the Tigers’ offense was Blayke Foreman with 4 hits and Henry Howard with a homer.

GIRLS TENNIS

TIGERS CAP SEASON WITH WIN ENTERING CONFERENCE TOURNEY

WARSAW – The Warsaw Lady Tigers tennis squad closed the regular season on the right note, taking a 3-2 win over Goshen at the Tigers Tennis Courts.

Sarah Boyle and Rachel Alexander earned wins at No. 2 and No. 3 singles respectively, and the No. 2 doubles team of Abbi Baum and Athena Schlitt earned victories for the Tigers.

V: Warsaw 3, Goshen 2

#1 Singles: Mirada Kay (G) def. Jacqueline Sasso (W) 6-1, 2-6, 6-0

#2 Singles: Sarah Boyle (W) def. Kathleen Morrical (G) 6-1, 6-3

#3 Singles: Rachel Alexander (W) def Sarah Rush (G) 7-5, 6-0

#1 Doubles: Kayci Troyer & Amy Harris (G) def. Anna Hall & Camille Kerlin (W) 6-1, 6-2

#2 Doubles: Abbi Baum & Athena Schlitt (W) def. Courtney Dobryzkowski & Kayleigh Crowder (G) 7-5 (7-5), 6-0

JV: Warsaw 10, Goshen 4

#1 Singles: Rosalia Fleming (W) def. Liz Erickson (G) 6-4, 6-3

#2 Singles: Sydney Hartman (W) def. Ali Miller (G) 8-1

#3 Singles: Shelby Roberts (W) def. Cheyenne Kalb (G) 8-0

#4 Singles: Danielle Strait (W) def. Lee Alvarez (G) 6-3

#1 Doubles: Mattie Doran & Mallory Bartel (W) def. Megan Ewing & Christina Chavarria (G) 6-0, 6-4

#2 Doubles: Jenn Katris & Greer Smith (W) def. Elise Koop-Liechty & Inez Gonzalez (G) 8-2

#3 Doubles: Sydney Peugh & Bonnnie Wong (W) def. Gretchen Bontrager & Vanessa Chavarria (G) 6-2

#4 Doubles: Abby Smth & Sherry Wong (W) def. Paulina Medina & Ciris Raymonda (G) 6-4

#5 Doubles: Brooklyn Rummer & Madison Mutchler (W) def. Lourdes Resendiz & Sofia Ordonez (G) 6-3

#6 Doubles: Chelsey Farling & Courtney Thompson (W) def. Cecilia Garcia & Carla Louis (G) 6-2

#7 Doubles: Ali Miller & Cheyenne Kaib (G) def. Amanda Hermann & Corinna Good (W) 6-0

#8 Doubles: Elise Koop-Liechty & Vanesa Chavarria (G) def. Krista Metzger & Karissa Meyers (W) 6-2

#9 Doubles: Paulina Medina & Chris Raymonda (G) def. Rebecca Carllo & Alexis Ray (W) 6-5 (7-6)

#10 Doubles: Lee Alvarez & Ines Gonzalez (G) def. Katie Haeck & Cheyenne Wenger (W) 6-1

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EYE of the TIGER – Week In Review

SATURDAY, May 10

TIGER GOLFERS BATTLE STATE’S TOP TEAMS

WESTFIELD – In an invitational that resembled the state finals with seven ranked teams in the 11-team field, Warsaw took 9th place overall in a talent-filled event at Prairie View golf course in Westfield.

7th ranked Carmel shot a blistering 297 followed by host Westfield’s 303 to claim the first place. Warsaw’s 328 was led by Jonny Hollar’s 77. Will Petro shot an 81, and Ryan Cultice shot an 84, Michael Jensen fired an 85, and Brandon Eckert turned in an 87 for the Tigers.

TEAM SCORES: 1. Carmel 297 (ranked 7th), 2. Westfield 303 (ranked 2nd), 3. Lebanon 313, 4. Noblesville 315 (Ranked 8th), 5. Zionsville 316 (Ranked 4th), 6. Cathedral 318 (Ranked 20th), 7. Guerin Catholic 320,

8. Center Grove 321 (ranked 6th), 9. Warsaw 328 (ranked 16th), 10. Park Tudor 346, 11. Fishers 347.

Warsaw scores: Jonny Hollar 77, Will Petro 81, Ryan Cultice 84, Brandon Eckert 87, Michael Jensen 85, Reid Cameron 97

JV GOLF INVITATIONAL
TWO TIGER TEAMS STRONG IN JV INVITE

WARSAW – The Warsaw Tigers Orange team took third and the Black team took fifth in the Wasaw Junior Varsity Invitational at Rozella Ford. Tim Rata and Luke Johnson both shot 88 and Jacob Foster shot a 90 to lead the Warsaw Orange squad. Andrew Gauger’s 91 led the Warsaw Black.

TEAM SCORES: Northwood 351, Northridge 355, Warsaw Orange 358, Plymouth 369, Warsaw Black 378, Wawasee 380, Elk Memorial 390, Triton 395, Concord 431

Warsaw Orange: Josh Ahlersmeyer 95, Jacob Foster 90, Tim Rata 88, Luke Johnson 88, Robbie Sullivan 92.
Warsaw Black:
Curtis Archer 93, Andrew Gauger 91, Sawyer Stevens 93, Mark Wallen 101, Ethan Hoff 106

JV BASEBALL

TIGERS SWEEP FAIRFIELD

WARSAW – The Tigers junior varsity baseball squad captured a pair of wins over Fairfield in a double header at Tiger Field.

Warsaw captured the opener 8-7 and then took the second 9-5. In the opener, Braxton Tennant picked up the win on the mound. Luke Baker’s two hits, including a double, led the Tigers.

In the second game, Zach Witt was the winning pitcher with Blayke Forman and Bryce Sinsibaugh both collecting a pair of hits. The JV squad moves to 11-8 overall heading into Monday’s Northern Lakes Conference matchup against visiting Plymouth.

JV SOFTBALL

TIGERS DROP PAIR AT CARROLL TOURNEY

FORT WAYNE – Carroll captured a 12-2 decision over the Lady Tigers softball squad on Saturday in the Carroll JV Invitational. Sara Shoemaker was 3-3 at the plate for the Tigers, and Emily Newton collected a pair of hits for Warsaw. The Tigers also dropped a 14-4 decision to St. Joseph’s. Miquela Mathis and Morgan Ashtari both had a pair of hits for Warsaw.

FRIDAY, May 9

TIGER BASEBALL

WARSAW - The Warsaw Baseball Tigers beat Goshen 9-0 in a Northern Lakes Conference matchup at Tiger Field on Friday. Kevin Hawley went the distance, scattering three hits in earning the shutout victory for the Tigers. Hawley moved to 5-2 on the season with the win.

Caleb Heckaman notched four hits, including a home run, to lead the Tigers hitting attack. Brandon Shipp had two hits, including a homer. Heckaman and Shipp both sent blasts out of the yard in a 4-run fifth inning.

The win brings the Tigers record to 9-8 and 6-3 in the NLC. The Tiger’s host Plymouth Monday. Start time 5:00.

The JV Tigers beat Goshen 18-6 in 5 innings. Winning pitcher was Justin Kerschner. Leading the offense was Marcello Rodriguez with 4 hits including a HR. The win brings the Tiger’s record to 9-8 and 5-4 in the NLC.

SOFTBALL

TIGERS DROP LATE LEAD

GOSHEN – The Tigers opened up a big lead but Goshen stormed back with a five-run fourth and two-run fifth to claim the victory. Karly Jones, Sidney Hernandez, and Kara Dishman led Warsaw at the plate. The JV matchup was cancelled due to field conditions.

THURSDAY, May 8

TIGER BASEBALL

HUNTINGTON NORTH TOPS TIGERS IN SLUGFEST

HUNTINGTON - The Warsaw Baseball Tigers loss to Huntington North 15-9 in a non-conference matchup on the road. Leading the offense was Caleb Heckman with 3 hits including a double. The loss brings the Tiger record to 8-9 and 5-3 in the NLC.

The JV Tigers fell to Huntington North 4-3 in 8 innings. Hitting for the Tiger’s was Marcello Rodriguez, Luke Baker, and Isaac Lenon each with 2 hits.

LADY TIGER TENNIS

CULVER SWEEPS TIGERS

WARSAW – Culver captured a 5-0 win over the Tigers at the Tiger Tennis courts on Thursday.

Culver Academy 5 def Warsaw 0

#1 Singles: Natalie Lopez-Yanez ( CA) def Jacqueline Sasso (W) 7-5, 6-0

#2 Singles: Rachel Simon (CA) def. Sarah Boyle (W) 6-2, 6-0

#3 Singles: Carlotta Silva ( CA) def. Rachel Alexander (W) 6-1, 6-2

#1 Doubles: Regina Padilla & Amanda Padilla (CA) def. Camille Kerlin & Anna Hall (W) 6-0, 6-3

#2 Doubles: Nancy Wu & Alena Arlcipov (CA) def. Abbi Baum & Athena Schlitt (W) 6-4, 6-1

JV: Culver Academy 11 def Warsaw 3

#1 Singles: Mattie Doran (W) def. Kingsley Corets (CA) 8-4

#2 Singles: Sydney Hartman (W) def. Boyan Zhang ( CA) 8-6

#3 Singles: Viri Warnholtz (CA) def. Shelby Roberts (W) 8-4

#1 Doubles: Katherine Hanson & Grace Holzer (CA) def Mallory Bartel & Rosie Fleming ( W) 8- (7-5)

#2 Doubles: Julia Funk & Chloe Faloi (CA) def. Greer Smith & Jenn Katris (W) 8-7 (7-3)

#3 Doubles: Danielle Straits & Sydney Peugh (W) def Andrea Gongalez & Gabby Wells (CA) 8-5

#4 Doubles: Gabby Maido & Kennedy Kubica (CA) def. Bonnie Wong & Abby Smith (W) 6-1

#5 Doubles: Jessie Ward & Zonia Perez ( CA) def Sherry Wong & Brooklyn Rummer (W) 8-6

#6 Doubles: Maddie Berma & Moran Hartmen (CA) def. Madison Mutchler & Chelsey Farling (W) 6-4

#7 Doubles: Eden Brackenburg & Ireland Irving (CA) def Courtney Thompson & Amanda Hermann ( W) 6-3

#8 Doubles: Julia Hernandez & Jacquie Pentecost ( CA) def. Corinna Good & Krista Metzger (W) 6-3

#9 Doubles: Marina Fernandez & Heather Baumgartner (CA) def. Karissa Meyes & Alexis Ray 6-0

#10 Doubles: Kingsley Cortez & Viri Warnholtz (CA) def. Rebecca Carillo & Katie Haeck (W) 6-0

#11 Doubles: Grace Holzer & Julia Funk (CA) def. Dana Seitz & Cheyenne Wenger (W) 6-0

WEDNESDAY, Mya 7

TIGER BOYS TRACK & FIELD

TIGER BOYS CLOSE PERFECT SEASON

MIDDLEBURY - The Warsaw Men's Track Team defeated Northridge 100-32 tonight. The Tigers finished the regular season with a perfect 7-0 mark in the NLC. They finished 10-0 overall for the 2014 season winning the Goshen Relays and Max Truex Invitationals, plus, they also won their lone dual of the season with a 88-44 victory over Penn.

First Place Finishes:

4x800-Ismael Calderon, Daniel Messenger, Owen Glogovsky, Tyler Houvener-8:14.80

110 H-Dylan Campbell-16.70

100 M-Storm Stapleton-11.58

1600 M-Nick Bergen-5:03.14

4x100-Ross Armey, Lucas Cone, Steven Reinholt, Storm Stapleton-44.79

400 M-Chad Goon-53.27

300 H-Dylan Campbell-42.39

800 M-Tyler Houvener-2:02.75

200 M-Storm Stapleton-23.71

3200 M-Ellis Coon-9:52.82

HJ-Stephen Kolbe-6'2

LJ-Rashaan Jackson-20'11.5

D-Andrew Scheidt-144'1

SP-Seth Fouts-59'7

Second Place Finishes:

D-Seth Fouts-134'8

200 M-Landan Perry-24.10

800 M-Ismael Calderon

300 H-Ross Armey-43.64

400 M-Riley Rhoades-53.79

1600 M-Ellis Coon-5:03.16

100 M-Lucas Cone-12.14

110 H-Ross Armey-17.46

Third Place Finishes:

110 H-Josh Malagon-19.95

200 M-Nick Light-24.91

HJ-Brock Riley-6'0

LJ-Caleb Ray-19'8.75

SP-Ben Plummer-47'8.5

PV-Jake Fayed-9'6

JV Mile Winner-Nick Adams-4:50.73

LADY TIGER TENNIS

CONCORD CAPTURES NLC THRILLER

DUNLAP – The Warsaw Lady Tigers squad dropped a close matchup in NLC action at Concord on Tuesday, falling 3-2 to the Minutemen. Sarah Boyle captured a win at No. 2 singles and the No. 2 doubles team of Abbi Baum and Athena Schlitt were winners.

V: Concord 3, Warsaw 2

#1 Singles: Jenna Landis (C ) def. Jacqueline Sasso (W) 6-1, 6-0

#2 Singles: Sarah Boyle ( W ) def. Alexa Klopfenstein ( C ) 6-4, 6-0

#3 Singles: Holly Angel ( C ) def. Rachel Alexander ( W) 7-6 ( 7-4 ) , 6-3

#1 Doubles: Shannon Purcell & Mandy Meserve (C ) def. Camille Kerlin & Anna Hall ( W) 6-2, 6-2

#2 Doubles: Abbi Baum & Athena Schlitt (W) def. Michaela Searer & Alana Brubaker ( C ) 7-6 (7-2), 6-2

JV: Warsaw 8, Concord 2

#1 Singles: Mattie Doran (W) def. Sarah Wadsworth ( C) 6-0, 6-1

#2 Singles: Sydney Hartman (W) def. Lauren Koerting ( C ) 9-7

#3 Singles: Allisonn Murphy ( C ) def. Shelby Roberts ( W ) 8-5

#4 Singles: Danielle Straits ( W) def. Vanessa Forrest ( C) 8-3

#5 Singles: Sydney Peugh (W) def. Kaitlyn Kronemeyer ( C ) 8-0

#6 Singles: Maddie Mutchler (W) def. Kaitlyn Kronemeyer ( C) 8-3

#1 Doubles: Cali Cunningham & Katie Slabach ( C ) def. Rosie Fleming & Greer Smith (W) 7-5, 6-2

#2 Doubles: Jenn Katirs & Bonnie Wong ( W) def. Chlore O’Dell & Emma Westlake (C ) 8-5

#3 Doubles: Brooklyn Rummer & Abby Smith (W) def. Olivia Kauffman & Wendy McQueen (C ) 8-1

#4 Doubles: Amanda Hermann & Courtney Thompson (W) def. Chloe O’Dell & Emma Westlake (C ) 8-5

BASEBALL

TIGERS DROP CLOSE NLC BATTLE

SYRACUSE – Warsaw dropped a 4-3 decision to Wawasee in a Northern Lakes Conference battle in Syracuse. Leading the offense was Justin Oberlin with 2 hits. The loss brings the Tiger’s record to 8-8 and 5-3 in the NLC.

The JV Tigers beat Wawasee 13-1. Winning on the mound was Marcello Rodriguez (2-1). Leading the Tiger offense was Rodriguez with 3 hits including 1 HR.

TUESDAY, May 6

GOLF

TIGERS CLAIM JOE HARRIS SHOOTOUT

WARSAW – Will Petro and Jonny Hollar provided the one-two punch that carried Warsaw to a 3-stroke margin of victory over runner-up Plymouth in the Joe Harris Shootout at Rozella Ford Golf Course.

Petro’s 74 led the field, while Hollar was right behind with an impressive round of 75. Reid Cameron and Brandon Eckert both turned in an 81, while Ryan Cultice fired an 82 to lead the Tigers to a 311 score. The Warsaw Orange squad, led by Michael Jensen’s 87, took 8th place in the strong field of teams.

TEAM SCORES: Warsaw (Black) 311, Plymouth 314, Northwood 321, Wawasee 325, Canterbury 332, Triton 341, Rochester 356, Warsaw (Orange) 364, Wabash 400

Warsaw Black: Will Petro 74 medalist, Jonny Hollar 75 2nd place, Reid Cameron 81, Brandon Eckert 81, Ryan Cultice 82

Warsaw Orange: Michael Jensen 87, Luke Johnson 96, Tim Rata 89, Robbie Sullivan 96, Jacob foster 92

Individual: Josh Ahlersmeyer 84

LADY TIGER TENNIS

NORTHWOOD EDGES TIGERS

WARSAW – Sarah Boyle and Rachel Alexander captured wins at No. 2 and 3 singles respectively , but NorthWood emerged with a 3-2 win over Warsaw in the Northern Lakes Conference matchup at the Tiger Tennis Courts.

V: NorthWood 3, Warsaw 2

#1 Singles: Sydney Wysong (NW) def. Jacqueline Sasso (W) 6-0, 6-2

#2 Singes: Sarah Boyle (W) def. Mega Reed (NW) 6-4, 6-0

#3 Singles: Rachel Alexander (W) def. Hannah Walter (NW) 6-2, 6-3

#1 Doubles: Kennedy Walter & Tori Schwartz (NW) def. Camille Kerlin & Anna Hall (W) 6-2, 6-1

#2 Doubles: Alaina Donegan & Madison Sheline (NW) def. Abbi Baum & Athena Schlitt (W) 7-6 (7-4), 6-3

JV: Northwood 10 def. Warsaw 3

#1 Singles: Mattie Doran (W) def Kaitlyn Swihart (NW) 6-4, 6-4

#2 Singles: Taylor Luster (NW) def. Sydney Hartman (W) 8-4

#3 Singles: Shelby Roberts (W) def. Yadira Figueroa (NW) 8-1

#4 Singles: Audra Graber (NW) def. Sydney Peugh (W) 8-0

#5 Singles: Cheyanne Diamond (NW) def. Bonnie Wong (W) 8-4

#1 Doubles: Greer Smith & Rosalia Fleming (W) def. Mikayla Bley & Mama Rice (NW) 6-4, 2-6, 6-4

#2 Doubles: Bailey Miller & Betsy Mikel (NW) def. Jenn Katris & Danielle Straits (W) 8-2

#3 Doubles: Laura Brubaker & Desirae Diamond (NW) def. Abby Smith & Sherry Wong (W) 8-7 (7-5)

#4 Doubles: Amanda Rhoade & Katie Troyer (NW) def. Brooklyn Rummer & Madison Mutchler (W) 8-6

#5 Doubles: Bailey Miller & Betsy Mikel (NW) def. Chelsey Farling & Courtney Thompson (W) 6-1

#6 Doubles: Taylor Luster & Yadira Figueroa (NW) def. Corinna Good & Amanda Hermann (W) 6-3

#7 Doubles: Audra Graber & Laura Brubaker (NW) def. Krista Metzger & Karissa Meyers (W) 4-0

#8 Doubles: Cheyanne Diamond & Desirae Diamond (NW) def. Katie Haeck & Alexis Ray (W) 4-0

C-BASEBALL

TIGERS ROLL AT PLYMOUTH

PLYMOUTH – The Warsaw C-Team baseball squad earned a 14-1 5-inning victory at Plymouth. Blake Foreman was the winning pitcher as the Tigers moved to 3-1 for the season.

MONDAY, May 5

LADY TIGER TENNIS

TIGERS NOTCH WIN OVER HOMESTEAD

FORT WAYNE – With the match coming down to the wire in a 3-set battle on two courts, both matches went to the Tigers and Warsaw notched a 3-2 win at Homestead.

On the singles courts – Jacqueline Sasso overcame a tough second set to snatch a 6-2, 0-6, 6-4 win at the No1 Singles court, and Abbi Baum and Athena Schlitt captured a 6-3, 4-6, 6-3 win at No. 2 doubles to lift the Tigers to a 3-2 win over Homestead. Rachel Alexander took the third Tigers win at No. 3 singles.

V: Warsaw 3, Homestead 2

# 1 Singles: Jacqueline Sasso (W) def Jenay Andrews (H) 6-2, 0-6, 6-4

# 2 Singles: Andrea Stephens (H) def Rachel Boyle (W) 6-0, 6-3

# 3 Singles: Rachel Alexander (W) def Morgan Caudill (H) 6-1, 6-4

# 1Doubles: Annie Rumsby & Allie Nelson (H) def Anna Hall & Camille Kerlin (W) 6-3, 6-4

# 2 Doubles: Abbi Baum & Athena Schlitt (W) def Miranda Gidley & Katie Stephens (H) 6-3, 4-6, 6-3

JV: Warsaw 10 def Homestead 2

1 Singles: Mattie Doran (W) def Lauren Ottinger (H) 8-3

2 Singles: Sydney Hartman (W) def Madeline Partee 8-5

3 Singles: Shelby Roberts (W) def Catlin Nycum (H) 8-3

4 Singles: Danielle Straits (W) def Maysa Millhouse (H) 8-1

1 Doubles: Mallory Bartel & Rosalia Fleming (W) def Amanda Keene & Sidney Connor (H) 8-6

2 Doubles: Gabby Meissner & Maddie Diettrich (H) def Greer Smith & Jenn Katris (W) 8-5

3 Doubles: Sydney Peugh & Bonnie Wong (W) def Allison Cattin & Nana Addo (H) 8-0

4 Doubles: Abby Smith & Sherry Wong (W) def Katia Clymer & Coriana Clymer (H) 6-0

5 Doubles: Brooklyn Rummer & Madison Mutchler (W) def Meredith Gray & MacKenzie Smith (H) 6-5 (7-3)

6 Doubles: Chelsey Farling & Courtney Thompson (W) def King & Fendt (H) 6-0

7 Doubles: Amanda Hermann & Corinna Good (W) Def Stanley & Laurde (H) 6-2

8 Doubles: Stokes & Jain (H) def Krista Metzger & Karisa Meyers (W) 6-4

LADY TIGER SOFTBALL

TIGERS OUTLAST MEMORIAL

WARSAW – The Warsaw Tigers picked up key RBI hits from Taylor Sleeth, Lauren Shaffner, and Kaleigh Speicher in an 8-6 victory in Northern Lakes Conference action.

In the JV matchup, Sarah Shoemaker belted a grand slam for the Tigers, however Memorial notched a 16-8 victory.

BASEBALL

MEMORIAL HANDS TIGERS NLC SETBACK

ELKHART – The Warsaw Baseball Tigers lost to Elk. Mem. 4-2. The Tigers were limited to just one hit, and the loss drops Warsaw’s mark to 8-7 overall and 5-2 in the NLC.

The JV Tigers beat Elk. Mem. 6-0. Winning on the mound was Zach Witt (3-1). Leading the Tiger’s offense was Tommy Hickerson with 2 hits including a HR.

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EYE of the TIGER - WEEK IN REVIEW

SATURDAY, MAY 3

SOFTBALL

TIGERS TOP CENTRAL

WARSAW – The Tigers received strong hitting and defense from Kara Dishman in a thrilling 5-3 victory over Elkhart Central in a non-conference makeup game postponed earlier this season.

Kara had one of her best day's as a Tiger, turning in some spectacular defensive plays and collecting four hits from the plate – a career best for her. Karly Jones and Kaleigh Speicher added two hits each for the Tigers.

Speicher went the distance on the mound to gain her third victory of the season.

In Jv action the Tigers were led in hitting by Sara Shoemaker, Morgan Ashtari, and Miquela Mathis with two hits apiece, and Abby Glass and Kaitlyn Williams also had hits.

The varsity squad ends the weekend with a 4-9 overall record and will resume Northern Lakes Conference play Monday at home against Elkhart Memorial. The Tigers are 3-3 in NLC action. The JV stand 5-8 overall and 3-3 against NLC foes.

TIGER GOLF BATTLES AT WAWASEE INVITATIONAL

SYRACUSE – The Warsaw Tigers were a little short-handed with three of the top golfers competing in academic completion on Saturday, and a young lineup mustered a ninth place finish at the 15-team Wawasee Invitational at South Shore. NorthWood captured the team title, shooting an impressive 311.

Senior Jonny Hollar’s 76 and freshman Michael Jensen’s 88 led the Tigers. Reid Cameron and Luke Johnson both shot a 90, and Josh Ahlersmeyer ended the round with a 97 to make up the Warsaw scoring.

While Will Petro, Brandon Eckert, and Ryan Cultice were unavailable to score big on the course, the three helped their Warsaw Business Professionals team capture a top 10 performance at the BPA Nationals!

Team scores: NorthWood 311, Culver Academy 322, Northridge 322, Wawasee 329, Plymouth 330, Homestead 330, Columbia City 343, Chesterton 346, Warsaw 350, Fairfield 363, Goshen 374, Whitko 374, Lakeland 376, Elkhart Central 381, Manchester 402.

Top individuals — John Connelly (Hstead) 72, Will Erekson 73, Brayden Glaser (NW) 74, Logan Kauffman (NW) 74, Jeffrey Moore (Wawa) 75, Alex Dutkowski (NW) 75, Chris Eignew (Hstead) 76, Riley Eagle (Central) 76, Tom Morrison (Nr) 76, Jonny Hollar (Wrsw) 76.

JV TIGERS (At Lafayette Jeff Invitational): Scores: Tim Rata 91, Robbie Sullivan 95, Sawyer Stevens 107, Andrew Gauger 101.


GIRLS TRACK & FIELD

LADY TIGERS GO DOWN TO THE WIRE AT RELAYS

KOKOMO – The Warsaw Lady Tigers competed at the 90th Kokomo Relays on Saturday and came up just short of winning their fourth title in a row as they were outscored by Noblesville by just 3.5 points (143-139.5). Between the two schools, they put on a scoring clinic by winning all but 2 of the 16 events. Noblesville built a 115-89.5 point lead after 10 events but Warsaw nearly pulled off a stunning comeback in the final events.

With several Warsaw athletes missing the meet due to school commitments or SAT testing, the Lady Tigers got the opportunity to witness other girls step into big meet situations and contribute in big ways. A few notable efforts were from Emily Bailey (Discus-3rd with a personal best and Shot Put-4th), Megan Chauncey (Discus-4th with a personal best), Rebecca Lemon (Pole Vault- 5th tying her personal best), Claire Hickerson (100 Hurdles- 4th with a personal best), Samantha Alexander (Long Jump- winning on her final jump of finals), Hannah Dawson (1000 yd run-2nd with a personal best effort) and Jackie Ferguson (100 Hurdles -2nd, and the 4x100m effort where she was tripped up, fell to the track and still got up to run her leg of the race to put us into contention to finish in the top 3).

Next up for Warsaw is their Senior Night on Tuesday, May 6 against Goshen starting at 5:00p, this is the final regular season meet for the Lady Tigers. The following Tuesday (May 13), they will host the NLC Championships and look to win their 9th NLC title in a row.

TEAM SCORES: Noblesville 143, Warsaw 139.5, Northwestern 82.5, Kokomo 59, Richmond 43, Western 39, Marion 23

Event Varsity

Discus

1) Jessica Kiser (NO) 130’ 10”

3) Emily Bailey (W) 93’ 1”

4) Megan Chauncey (W) 88’ 6”

Sprint Medley Relay (200-200-400-400m)

1) Warsaw (Samantha Alexander, Ann Harvuot, Jackie Ferguson, Nicole Eckert) 2:59.92

Pole Vault

1) Rachel Mather (Nob) 11’ 6”

2) Claire Hickerson (W) 10’ 0”

5) Rebecca Lemon (W) 7’ 6”

400m Relay

1) Noblesville 51.81

3) Warsaw (Mariah Harter, Samantha Alexander, Jackie Ferguson, Ann Harvuot) 52.83

High Jump

1) Rachel Mather (Nob) 5’ 5”

5) Tennie Worrell (W) 4’ 6”

7) Courtney Farling (W) 4’ 6”

400m Shuttle Hurdle

1) Warsaw (Tennie Worrell, Claire Hickerson, Nicole Eckert, Jackie Ferguson) 1:10.12

Long Jump

1) Samantha Alexander (W) 16’ 1.25”

6) Courtney Farling (W) 14’ 6.75”

1000yd Run

1) Sarah Schuster (NO) 2:50.14

2) Hannah Dawson (W) 2:50.46

3) Anna Craig (W) 2:53.18

Shot Put

1) Brooke Barton (NO) 32’ 8”

4) Emily Bailey (W) 30’ 7”

Mid-Dist Relay (400-800-400-800m)

1) Noblesville 7:16.84

2) Warsaw (Haley Peterson, Claire Kehler, Kenzie Merchant, Madeline Hooks) 7:27.08

Medley Relay (200-400-800-1600m)

1) Noblesville 9:37.38

2) Warsaw (Mariah Harter, Tennie Worrell, Aletheia Burritt, Brooke Rhodes) 9:49.69

9th Grade Sprint Medley Relay (200-200-400-400m)

1) Noblesville 3:16.39

2) Warsaw (Anna Craig, Mallory Hooks, Charlene Orr, Lauren Orr) 3:18.08

100m Hurdles

1) Deja Cox (NO) 16.16

2) Jackie Ferguson (W) 16.43

4) Claire Hickerson (W) 16.94

3200m Run

1) Taryn Thor (NW) 11:47.50

2) Allison Miller (W) 11:58.46

4) Emma Hayward (W) 12:42.16

100m Dash

1) Kaitlyn Daanen (NW) 12.80

3) Ann Harvuot (W) 13.06

4) Mariah Harter (W) 13.10

BASEBALL

TIGERS DROP NON-CONFERENCE TWINBILL

WARSAW – The Warsaw Baseball Tigers loss both games against Valparaiso 6-2 and 13-9.

In Game 1, leading the Tiger offense was Caleb Heckman and Sterling Hay each with 2 hits.

In Game 2, leading the offense was Brandon Shipp with 3 hits. The losses bring the Tiger’s record to 8-6 and 5-1 in the NLC. The Tigers travel to Elk. Mem. on Monday for a 5:00 start.

The JV Tigers split their DH against Valpo losing game 1 6-2 and winning game 2 11-6.

In Game 1 Leading the offense was Marcello Rodriguez with 2 hits.

In Game 2 the winning pitcher was Justin Kerschner (1-0). Leading the offense was Isaac Lennon and Justin Kerschner with 2 hits including a HR by Kerschner. The young Tiger’s record stands at 6-7 and 2-4 in the NLC. The young Tigers will be travelling to Elk. Mem on Monday. Start time is 5:00.

FRIDAY, May 2

BOYS TRACK & FIELD

TIGERS CLAIM THIRD STRAIGHT TRUEX TITLE

WARSAW – On another cold night on the track, the Tigers won the Max Truex Invitational holding off Valparaiso with a score of 122.5-110. After 10 events, the Vikings held the advantage, but a strong surge in the final events sealed the third consecutive win for the Tigers.

Seth Fouts won the most outstanding Field Event Athlete award. The Tigers won four events on the night.

First Place Finishes:

4x400 Relay

Team A-Landan Perry, Chad Goon, Gabe Furnivall, Ryan Goon-3:29.35

Team B-Tyler Houvener, D'Andre Street, Riley Rhoades, Tristan McClone-3:34.21

4x100 Relay

Team A-Tanner Balazs, Tristan McClone, Storm Stapleton, Gabe Furnivall-44.25

Team B-Ross Armey, Lucas Cone, Chad Goon, Steven Reinholt-44.59

Shot Put Relay

Team A-Seth Fouts-59'7.25

Team B-Ben Plummer-47'2.5

High Jump Relay

Team A-Stephen Kolbe-6'4

Team B-Brock Riley-6'0

Second Place Finishes:

1600 M Run Relay

Team A-Ellis Coon-4:23.35

Team B-Nick Bergen-4:43.59

100 M Dash Relay

Team A-Tristan McClone-11.53

Team B-Storm Stapleton-11.67

200 M Dash Relay

Team A-Tristan McClone-23.48

Team B-Storm Stapleton-23.64

300 H Relay

Team A-Dylan Campbell-42.19

Team B-Ross Armey-42.47

800 M Run Relay

Team A-Tyler Houvener-2:03.85

Team B-Ismael Calderon-2:02.99

Discus Relay

Team A-Seth Fouts-128'7

Team B-Andrew Scheidt-129'9

Third Place Finishes:

4x800 Relay

Team A-Ismael Calderon, Nick Bergen, Daniel Messenger, Tyler Houvener-8:11.64

Team B-Chris Hastings, Nick Adams, Jacob DeBoest, Avery Torres-9:01.99

Long Jump Relay

Team A-Rashaan Jackson-19'6.5

Team B-Caleb Ray-18'1.75

3200 M Run Relay

Team A-Ellis Coon-9:48.56

Team B-Owen Glogovsky-10:17.35

400 M Dash Relay

Team A-Ryan Goon-52.61

Team B-Landan Perry-52.49

110 M Hurdle Relay

Team A-Caleb Klusman-16.36

Team B-Dylan Campbell-16.58

Fourth Place Finishes:

Pole Vault Relay

Team A-Jake Fayed-11'6

Team B-Steven Reinholt-9'0

BASEBALL

TIGERS REMAIN ATOP NORTHERN LAKES CONFERENCE

DUNLAP - The Warsaw Baseball Tigers remained in a tie with NorthWood and Northridge atop the NLC after a 7-1 victory at Concord on Friday.

Winning on the mound was Kevin Hawley (4-1). Hawley went the distance on the mound, scattering five hits and striking out three.

Leading the Tiger’s offense was Justin Oberlin, Brandon Shipp, and Dean Katris each with 2 hits. Katris had a HR. The win brings the Tiger’s record to 8-4 and 5-1 in the NLC. The Tiger’s host Valpo Saturday in a DH. Start time 11:00.

The JV Tigers lost to Concord 12-10. Leading the offense with 3 hits was Braxton Tennant. The loss brings the young Tiger’s record is 5-6 and 2-4 in the NLC. The young Tiger’s host Valpo Saturday in a DH. Start time 11:00.

SOFTBALL

TIGERS STUMBLE AT HOME

WARSAW - The Lady Tigers took a 1-0 lead into the fourth inning Friday evening vs. Concord in Northern Lakes Conference play, however the error bug bit the Tigers who gave up 10 unearned runs in the next two innings to seal their fate.

Kaleigh Speicher hit her Third Home Run of the season – her first career grand slam – leading the Warsaw hitting. Freshman Lauren Shaffner and Junior Sidney Hernandez added hits for the Tigers

In the JV game Warsaw was led in hitting by Miquela Mathis who had 3 hits and Sarah Shoemaker also had 3 hits while Riley Bloemendaal and Heather Cox both added two.

TENNIS

TIGERS STORM CONCORDIA FOR WIN

WARSAW – With winds and occasional sprinkles threatening play on Friday, the Tigers managed a 4-1 victory over visiting Fort Wayne Concordia Friday at the Tiger Tennis Courts.

Jacqueline Sasso, Sarah Boyle, and Rachael Alexander swept through their singles matches with victories while the No. 2 doubles team of Abbi Baum and Athena Schlitt were winners. The Tigers JV managed a 6-6 tie with Camille Kerlin, Sydney Hartman, Shelby Roberts, Danielle Straits, Sydney Peugh all taking singles wins, and Rosle Fleming and Greer Smith combined for a win at doubles.

VARSITY : Warsaw 4, Ft. Wayne Concordia 1

#1 Singles: Jacqueline Sasso (W) def. M. Nichols (FWC) 6-2, 6-1

#2 Singles: Sarah Boyle (W) def. S. Masaki (FWC) 6-0, 6-1

#3 Singles: Rachel Alexander (W) def. B. Smith (FWC) 6-0, 6-0

#1 Doubles: C. Stouder & L. Sgro (FWC) def. Mallory Bartel & Mattie Doran (W) 6-2, 6-1

#2 Doubles: Abbi Baum & Athena Schlitt (W) def. M. Nieter & C. Wright (FWC)

JV: Warsaw & Concordia – Tie 6-6

#1 Singles: Camille Kerlin (W) def. C. Fecton (FWC) 8-4

#2 Singles: Sydney Hartman (W) def H. Hobby (FWC) 8-4

#3 Singles: Shelby Roberts (W) def. E. Shively (FWC) 8-5

#4 Singles: Danielle Straits (W) def. K. Gutman (FWC) 6-1

#5 Singles: Sydney Peugh (W) def. Vi Chansue (FWC) 6-1

#1 Doubles: Rosie Fleming & Greer Smith(W) def. S. Berning & E. Cage (FWC) 8-6

#2 Doubles: S. Senger & A. Wert (FWC) def. Anna Hall & Jenn Katris (W) 8-7 (7-4)

#3 Doubles: E. Lahey & A. Minger (FWC) def. Abby Smith & Bonnie Wong (W) 8-7 (7-4)

#4 Doubles: J. Stevens & M. Cage (FWC) def. Sherry Wong & Brooklyn Rummer (W) 6-1

#5 Doubles: B. Baughmel & M. Frank def. Chelsey Farling & Courtney Thompson (W) 6-1

#6 Doubles: M. Tamene & S. Kurata (FWC) def. Amanda Hermann & Corinna Good (W) 6-2

#7 Doubles: E. Nagy & I Dickey (FWC) def. Krista Metzger & Karissa Meyers (W) 7-6 (8-6)

THURSDAY, May 1

BASEEBALL

TIGERS HAND NORTHRIDGE THEIR FIRST LOSS IN CONFERENCE PLAY

WARSAW – With an impressive performance on the mound by Tigers hurler Tyler LaFollette, Warsaw used timely hitting and solid defensive play to earn a 2-1 victory, handing the Raides their first NLC loss of the season and putting Warsaw back atop the conference with league-leaders Ridge and NorthWood.

Tyler LaFollette was the winning pitcher allowing only 3 hits and moves to 2-1 overall on the season. Caleb Heckman led the Tiger offense with an RBI double with two outs in the fourth inning to break a 1-1 deadlock. Brandon Shipp also drove in a run with a single. The win brings the Tiger’s record to 7-4 4-1 in the NLC.

The JV Tigers lost to Northridge 16-3. Taking the loss on the mound was Marcello Rodriguez. The Tigers only managed 5 hits. The loss brings the young Tiger’s record to 5-5 and 2-3 in the NLC. The Tiger’s will be back in action tomorrow as they travel to Elk. Central for a 5:00 start.

BOYS TRACK & FIELD

TIGERS REMAIN UNBEATEN IN NLC WITH ONE LEFT

SYRACUSE – With only one meet and the conference tournament on the slate, the Tigers remain unbeaten in boys track and field with wins over Concord and Wawasee on Thursday. The Tigers topped Concord 109.5 -22 and Wawasee 85-47.

GIRLS TENNIS

TIGERS SWEEP WAWASEE

WARSAW – With the rains sweeping tennis play indoors, the Tigers continued the sweep with a 5-0 win at the Warsaw Racket Club on Thursday.

Jacqueline Sasso, Sarah Boyle, and Rachael Alexander all won singles matches, while Camile Kerlin and Anna Hall teamed up for a win at No. 1 doubles, and Abbi Baum and Athena Schlitt were winners at No. 2 soubles.

VARSITY: Warsaw 5 def. Wawasee 0

#1 Singles: Jacqueline Sasso (W) def. Katie Ashpole (Waw) 6-2, 7-6 (7-3)

#2 Singles: Sarah Boyle (W) def. Jada Antonides (Waw) 6-0, 6-0

#3 Singles: Rachel Alexander (W) def. Natalie Fritz (Waw) 6-0, 6-0

#1 Doubles: Camille Kerlin & Anna Hall (W) def. Aubrey Schmeltz & Jazlyn Gehlhausen (Waw) 6-1, 6-2

#2 Doubles: Abbi Baum & Athena Schlitt (W) def. Jaclyn Miller & Addison Ayres (Waw) 6-0, 6-0

GOLF

EAGLES CLIP TIGERS AT STONEHENGE

WINONA LAKE – Columbia City managed a 1-stroke edge in a 157-158 win over Warsaw, while Huntington North came in with a 176 in a non-conference match at Stonehenge Golf Club on Thursday.

Will Petro, Reid Cameron and Ryan Cultice each fired a 39 to pace the Tigers.

TEAM SCORES: Col. City 157, Warsaw 158, Huntingont North 176
Warsaw Varsity: Will Petro 39, Reid Cameron 39, Ryan Cultice 39, Brandon Eckert 41, Jonny Hollar 42, Josh Ahlersmeyer 45.

JV TEAM SCORES: Warsaw 188, Hunt N. 210, Col City 253

Michael Jenson 46, Jacob Foster 43, Robbie Sullivan 48, Luke Johnson 51

Varsity record is 1-1; JV is 2-0

SOFTBALL

TIGERS FALL TO RANKED RAIDERS

MIDDLEBURY – The Tigers ran into a buzz saw as the 10th ranked Raiders pounded out 21 hits and allowed only two. One of Warsaw's hits was a Home Run by Kaleigh Speicher her second of the year. Whitney Sleeth and Taylor Stiver split pitching time for the tigers.

TUESDAY, April 29

GIRLS TRACK & FIELD

TIGERS REMAIN PERFECT IN CONFERENCE WINS

On Tuesday night, the Lady Tigers avoided the stormy weather en route to two more NLC victories over Plymouth (82.5-49.5) and Elkhart Memorial (87-45) to extend their season record to 8-0 (6-0 NLC). This was the 36th straight NLC dual meet win for Warsaw, a streak that started in the 2009 season.

Battling tough competition as well as conditions, Warsaw racked up 9 first place finishes and scored in the top 3 eleven more times.

1st Place Finishers:

4x800m (Kehler, Rhodes, Miller, Dawson)

4x100m (Harter, Alexander, Rich, Harvuot)

Ann Harvuot (100m)

Samantha Alexander (200m, Long Jump)

Jackie Ferguson (100H)

Nicole Eckert (300H)

Claire Hickerson (Pole Vault)

Brooklyn Harrison (Shot Put)

2nd and 3rd Place Finishers:

4x400m (Miller, Craig, Rhodes, Dawson)

Mariah Harter (100m- 2nd)

Samantha Alexander (100m- 3rd)

Anna Craig (1600m- 2nd)

Brooke Rhodes (400m- 3rd)

Jackie Ferguson (300H- 2nd)

Hannah Dawson (800m- 3rd)

Ann Harvuot (200m- 3rd)

Shannon Winslow (Pole Vault- 3rd)

Megan Chauncey (Discus- 3rd)

Emily Bailey (Shot Put- 2nd)

SOFTBALL

TIGER SOFTBALL COMES UP SHORT AGAINST NORTHWOOD

NAPPANEE –The Tigers fell behind 6-2 after four innings, but got good relief pitching from Whitney Sleeth and Taylor Stiver and rallied for three runs in the top of the seventh. The Tigers actually tied the game on Lauren Shaffner's hit but it was ruled a ground rule double,sending what was the tying run back to third and the final score remained 6-5 in favor of the Panthers.

Lauren Shaffner and Karly Jones led the Tigers with two hits each. In the JV matchup, Warsaw rolled to a 25-4 win. Abby Glass got the pitching victory. Leading hitters were Kait Hopkins with two hits including a triple. Ashley Gamble had 3 hits and Sophie Hillis added one.

BASEBALL

TIGERS DROP ONE TO REMEMBER

WARSAW – The NorthWood Panthers picked up a 12-9 win over Warsaw in a matchup to be remembered by the Tigers for more than one reason. First – the elements created remarkable playing conditions, and secondly it was the Warsaw’s lone loss in conference play, and the Tigers hope to avoid repeating this experience.

In a game that was delayed by wind gusts that rocked the backstop fences and sent outfielders’ hats flying, the Warsaw hitters blasted four of the game’s six home runs with the gusts carrying balls out to left and center.

Caleb Heckaman and Brandon Shipp both collected 3 hits, while Heckaman had a pair of home runs. James Brandis (1), and Tyler LaFollette (1) both had homers as well. The loss brings the Tiger’s record to 6-4 3-1 in the NLC.

The JV Tigers beat Northwood 10-9. Winning on the mound was Kenton Cornell (1-1). Leading the Tiger’s offense was Marcello Rodriguez with 4 hits including 2 HRs. The win brings the Tiger’s record to 5-4 2-2 in the NLC.

LADY TIGER TENNIS

MEMORIAL SHUTS DOWN TIGERS

ELKHART – Elkhart Memorial doubles teams picked up a three-set win at one spot and snatched another in a tiebreaker final set, capping a 5-0 win over Warsaw in Northern Lakes Conference play at Elkhart.

VARSITY: Elkhart Memorial 5, Warsaw 0

#1 S: Krystal Grubb (EM) def. Rachel Alexander (W) 5-4, 6-1

#2 S: Corinn Whittaker (EM) def. Anna Hall (W) 6-, 6-2

#3 S: Taylor Freedline (EM) def. Camille Kerlin (W) 6-0, 6-1

#1 D: Haley Stouder & Taelor Grose (EM) def. Jacqueline Sasso & Sarah Boyle 6-4, 7-6 (7-5)

#2 D: Mady Robinsonn & Hannah Dillman (EM) def. Abbi Baum & Athena Schlitt (W) 6-3, 3-6, 6-1

JV: Warsaw 6 def. Elkhart Memorial 1

#1 S: Mattie Doran (W) def. Maggie Dickerson (EM) 6-3, 6-1

#2 S: Sydney Hartman (W) def. Alyson Leedy (EM) 8-2

#3 S: Shelby Roberts (W) def. Maddy Borger (EM) 8-4

#1 D: Alexis Wilson & Abby Weaver (EM) def. Mallory Bartel & Greer Smith (W) 4-6, 7-6 (7-1), 6-1

#2 D: Rosie Fleming & Jenn Katris (W) def. Makennzie Williams & Hanah Gerencer (EM) 9-8 (7-2)

#3 D: Danielle Straits & Sydney Peugh (W) def. Megan Farmer & Courtney Lanello (EM) 6-1

#4 D: Bonnie Wong & Abby Smith (W) def Crystal Vazquez & Ann-Marie Piechocki (EM) 6-3

MONDAY, April 28

LADY TIGER TENNIS

CHARGERS TAKE COLD AND WINDY WIN

FORT WAYNE – In a battle more conducive to flying Kites than overheads, the Carroll Chargers rolled to a 5-0 over Warsaw in a non-conference matchup.

VARSITY: Carroll 5, Warsaw 0

# 1 Singles: Rachel Sutton ( C) def. Rachel Alexander (W) 6-1, 6-2 # 2 Singles: Jenna Jackson C) d\ef. Anna Hall (W) 6-1, 6-0 # 3 Singles: Brittany Keuneke (C) def. Camille Kerlin (W) 6-0, 6-2; # 1 Doubles: Mackenzie Schoeff & Taylor Stanchin (C) def. Sarah Boyle & Jacqueline Sasso (W) 6-3, 6-2 # 2 Doubles: Melissa Soden & Clare Lopez (C) def Abbi Baum & Athena Schlitt (W) 6-1, 7-5

JV: Carroll 9, Warsaw 4

# 1 Singles: Mattie Doran (W) def Anica Duffner 8-3 # 2 Singles: Kylie Bartkus (C) def Sydney Hartman (W) 8-4 # 3 Singles: Shelby Roberts (W) def Gabby Coffee (C) 8-6 # 4 Singles: Taylor Denny (C) def Danielle Straits (W) 8-1 # 5 Singles: Claire Zurbach (C) def Sydney Peugh (W) 8-4 # 1 Doubles: Michaela Stoffel & Olivia Bivens (C) def Mallory Bartel & Greer Smith (W) 8-5 # 2 Double: Rosie Fleming & Jenn Katris (W) def Sara Mylrea & Cassidy Hattery (C) 8-5

#3 Doubles: Linda Ngo & Sophia York (C) def Sherry Wong & Brooklyn Rummer

(W) 8-2

#4 Doubles: Vanessa Gibson & Hannah Hyde (C) def Sherry Wong & Brooklyn Rummer (W) 8-2

#5 Doubles: Chelsey Farling & Madison Mutchler (W) def. Libby Guebard & Jenna Gonzalez

#6 Doubles: Linda Ngo & Sophia York (C) def Amanda Hermann & Courtney Thompson (W) 6-1

#7 Doubles: Vanessa Gibson & Hannah Hyde (C) def Corinna Good & Krista Metzger (W) 6-1

#8 Doubles: Taylor Denny & Gabby Coffee (C) def. Alexis Ray & Karissa Meyers

(W) 6-0

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