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PLYMOUTH AND WARSAW SET FOR SHOWDOWN FRIDAY

It has been several years since the matchup between Plymouth and unbeaten Warsaw has been staged on a Friday night.  For a stretch, the boys basketball game between these two programs has been held on Thursdays due to Northern Lakes Conference scheduling rotations.

Not only with the upcoming matchup in the Tiger Den on Friday night place the contest on a night where more fans can be in attendance, with both teams shooting for a conference title it's only fitting for this game to be set in prime time.

Warsaw enters with the state's No. 4 ranking in class 4A.  Coach Doug Ogles' team enters the contest with an unblemished mark of 18-0 overall and 6-0 in conference play.  The Tigers' string of wins to start the season is the best start in school history.

Plymouth enters the contest 14-4 and 5-1 in NLC play, and the Pilgrims are looking for a share of the conference.  Combined with a NorthWood win on Friday night, should Plymouth also win it would force a three-way tie in the conference standings.  Plymouth has won nine of its last 10 after a 3-game skid in mid-December.

Both schools will be offering pre-sale tickets for general admission to fans starting on Wednesday through Friday. Tickets will be on sale in the WCHS Athletic office from 8am - 3:30pm on Wednesday and Thursday.  Fans are encouraged to pick up tickets in advance to ensure they are not waiting in line to purchase tickets.  There is no concern for a sell-out, however pre-sale is being offered as a convenience to fans to avoid potential lines at the ticket gates!  Fans arriving for tickets should ring the buzzer at Door 22 on the northwest side of the school (just beyond right-center field at the baseball diamond).

Friday night has the ingredients for one of those "back in the days" environments, and we hope to see the Tiger Den filled with Orange on Friday night!

 

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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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JUST IN TIME FOR THE HOLIDAY SHOPPING AND THE WCHS WINTER SPORTS SEASONS!

The WCHS Tiger Athletics Spirit Store is available and on-line for a limited time. To access the store, visit (cut and paste the address in the address bar) https://trophycenterplus.com/warsaw-tigers to check out the Tiger Spirit Store.

Items can be purchased via credit card by entering the information on the web site listed above. For assistance, or to pay via cash or check, please contact the WCHS Athletic office at 574-257-3162.

The deadline for ordering is December 10, and delivery of the ordered products will be made from TrophyCenterPlus to WCHS on December 18. Items can be picked up on the afternoon of the 18th. Items can also be picked up at the Tiger basketball games (Boys Basketball vs. Wawasee on Dec. 18th, Boys and Girls Basketball game vs. Triton on Dec. 22) in the northwest foyer entrance.

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GLOGOVSKY TO CONTINUE RUNNING CAREER AT LIPSCOMB
WARSAW - Warsaw Tiger distance standout Owen Glogovsky will cross his next cross country finish line in Nashville Tennessee as a member of the Lipscomb University cross country program, signing a letter of Intent to run both Cross Country and Track for the Bisons.
Glogovsky has set the pace for the Tigers all four years of his high school cross country career, leading coach Jim Mills' squad to the state finals twice as a team (freshman and sophomore year) and the speedy senior qualified as an individual this past season. Glogovsky's efforts carried the Tigers to a final four finish in 2012, and a 12th-place finish in 2013.
A steady force for coach Matt Thacker's program, Glogovsky still has a few turns to take on the track yet this upcoming season, where he has led Warsaw to three conference championships, three sectional titles, and two regional titles. As a junior, Glogovsky was a state qualifier and sectional champ in the 1600, and he captured the conference title in both the 1600 and the 3200.
While the steady senior has mastered left turns in the spring as well as the terrain of the cross country courses in the fall, the senior has demonstrated a year-round mastery of the tricky curves in the classroom. Enrolled in multiple advanced, honors, and dual-credit course offerings, Glogovsky has amassed an impressive 13.0 Grade-Point Average (on 12-point scale) and ranks fifth in his class of 477 students. These efforts have landed him honorable mention and Academic All-State accolades in both Cross Country and Track.
As if training and studying for class did not keep Glogovsky busy enough, the National Honor Society president was also a member of the Chinese Club, Philosophy Club, and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. He also volunteered at Kosciusko Community Hospital, the Elementary Mile, Blue Moon Distance Camp, Love in a Sweater Program, Feed My Starving Children, the Fall Festival planning, and assisted with the Optimist Club Triathlon.
Glogovskywill run for coach bill Taylor and the Bisons, Division-I members of the NCAA and members of the Atlantic Sun Conference.
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Front row (L-R): Jan Glogovsky, Owen Glogovsky, Terry Glogovsky; Back Row: Dave Anson (WCHS Athletic Director), Jim Mills (WCHS Cross Country Coach).
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TIGERS SET TO MEET PLYMOUTH FRIDAY - 7pm KICKOFF

Tiger fans are reminded that kickoff for all football games this season is 7pm! With nice weather in the forcast, we are anticipating another outstanding crowd Friday night from both the Tiger fans as well as the fans from Plymouth.

WCHS Athletics would like to remind all fans, you are welcome to tailgate prior to the games, however we ask that you reserve this activity to some specific areas, and we ask that you do not set up your tailgate in parking spaces. Please use the areas in the grass along logan street (between the lot and the sidewalk), or the median that includes both grass and a sidewalk just north of the large bus circle by the PAC. A sign will be posted in this area! We also ask that you pick up your trash and use the recepticles available in these areas.

Fans are also reminded that we do not want youngsters throwing balls and playing around the bleacher areas. Elementary, middle, and high school students should be in the sections reserved for them or sitting with parents! If balls are brought to play catch in the tailgating areas, that is not prohibited, but we do not want balls brought into and thrown inside the Tiger Athletic Complex.

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