Miller’s Magic Leads Lancers

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SPRING ARBOR, Mich. – All-American senior Greg Miller’s 27 points and 14 rebounds highlighted Grace’s 68-64 victory over Spring Arbor in a tightly contested game on Thursday night. The Lancers (15-9; 7-6 Crossroads League) have won seven of their past eight games thanks to late-game heroics from Brandon … Read More

Warsaw Bowlers On To Semistate

The Warsaw girls bowling team is headed to semi state after placing second at the regional (Photo provided)

WARSAW – The Warsaw bowling teams are headed to the semi state. The pair of teams earned berths in the competition with outstanding performances at the regional round on Feb. 1 in Bluffton. The Warsaw girls team led the way with a second-place finish at the regionals. The … Read More

Hersha, Pifer Roll At Regional

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It was a fine day on the lanes for a pair of local bowlers last weekend. Cory Hersha, a student at Whitko High School, and Jim Pifer, a student at WCHS, each earned the right to advance to semi state with outstanding performances at the regional level of … Read More

Record-Setting Wildcats Top Cougars

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WINONA LAKE – It was a record-setting night as Whitko defeated host Lakeland Christian Academy 92-35 Thursday in prep girls basketball action. The Wildcats set a quartet of program records in recording the dominating win over the host Cougars. Whitko set school marks for points in a game, … Read More

Surge Nets Grace Fifth Straight Win

Sophomore guard Gabby Bryant makes a move for Grace College during a 65-61 win over Spring Arbor Thursday night (Photo provided by Grace College Sports Information Department)

WINONA LAKE – A second-half surge from the Grace College women’s basketball team helped the Lady Lancers to a 65-61 win over Spring Arbor on Thursday night. The Lady Lancers (13-12) moved into a tie for third in the Crossroads League with Indiana Wesleyan at 9-4 in league … Read More

Shepherd Hits Milestone Mark

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BOURBON – Tanner Shepherd reached a milestone moment for the Triton boys basketball team Thursday night. The smooth senior eclipsed the 1,000 career point total as the host Trojans came up on the short end of a 58-44 final to Mishawaka Marian. Shepherd poured in a game-high 25 … Read More

Wawasee Sports Wrap – Feb. 6

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The Wawasee freshman boys basketball team closed the game on a strong note to nip Plymouth 29-27 Thursday night in Syracuse. Tim Conley netted nine points to lead the way for the winning Warriors. Adrian Crabb and Spencer Prescott each had eight points for Wawasee. The Warriors, who … Read More

Warsaw Star Coon Tabs Tulsa

WCHS senior Ellis Coon signs Thursday to continue his track and cross country career at Tulsa University. Coon is surrounded by his parents Christine and Michael. In back are WCHS Athletic Director Dave Anson, WCHS track and cross country assistant coach Rob Peters and WCHS cross country head coach Jim Mills (Photo provided)

WARSAW – The strides and steps of Warsaw Community High School’s Ellis Coon have left an imprint on the courses as well as the program’s record books. The standout speedy senior signed a letter of intent Thursday to continue his athletic career at Tulsa University in the Fall … Read More

UPDATE: Hintz Announces Depature From WCS

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Warsaw Community Schools Corporation Superintendent Dr. Craig Hintz announced in a special meeting just minutes ago that he is retiring, effective June 30. In his letter of retirement, Hintz stated, “It has been a source of great joy to serve the students, staff, families and patrons of the … Read More

Wind Chill Advisory

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Bundle up, another cold spell is coming. The National Weather Service has issued yet another Wind Chill Advisory. The advisory is for 8 p.m. tonight through 11 a.m. Friday when temperatures are will begin falling. Tonight’s low temperature of 9 below zero, combined with brisk winds that will … Read More

WCPL Hosts Professional Life Coach

Warsaw Community Public Library welcomes, Professional Life Coach, Lila Shelburne. As a coach, she will help you discover your profound abilities and abundant living. You will be motivated to focus on becoming the “you” you are intended to be in your home and work. Shelburne will help you … Read More

First Friday Brings Fire & Ice

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Cold weather is again on tap for this weekend and for tomorrow night’s First Friday Fire and Ice celebration. Early Friday morning, sculptors from the Michiana Ice Carvers will begin carving ice sculptures from 300-pound and 600-pound blocks of ice for the festival. Last year, 46 ice sculptures … Read More

Firefighters To Start Digging Out Hydrants

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Due to the heavy snow fall experienced this year in the city of Warsaw, the Warsaw-Wayne Township Fire Territory will start to shovel out fire hydrants in local neighborhoods. WWTFT Fire Chief Mike Brubaker said, “This is a very large task for us to complete by ourselves. If … Read More

Wawasee Selling Sectional Ducats

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SYRACUSE – The Wawasee Athletic Department is pre-selling tickets for the girls basketball sectional. Tickets, priced at $10 each for the entire sectional, are available during regular office hours until Feb. 10 at 3:30 p.m. Wawasee will play NorthWood on Wednesday, Feb. 12 at 7:30 p.m. in the … Read More

Triton Pre-Selling Sectional Tickets

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BOURBON – The Triton High School Athletic Department will pre-sale tickets for its girls basketball sectional. Fans can purchase tickets on Feb. 7, 10 and 11 during regular office hours. Season tickets for the entire sectional are $10 each. Single-session tickets will be available at the door each … Read More

Valley Announces Hoops Changes

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AKRON – The Tippecanoe Valley High School Athletic Department has announced a couple of schedule changes for its boys basketball team. The Vikings will now play at Southwood on Feb. 15 with the junior varsity game at 1 p.m. Valley will then host Peru on Feb. 22 with … Read More