WCSL Hosting Open Forum


SYRACUSE – The Wawasee Community Summer League will host a question and answer session regarding the state of the league and its future. The Q/A session will take place at 3 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 6, at Wawasee High School in the lecture room to the left of the … Read More

Wawasee Schedule Notes

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SYRACUSE – Wawasee High School’s athletic department announced a pair of notes this morning regarding varsity sports schedule changes. The girls golf triangular at Northridge and with NorthWood was rained out Tuesday, Aug. 26, but will be made up Wednesday, Sept. 10. The match will be played at … Read More

WGC Fall Session Registrations


SYRACUSE – Fall tumbling sessions for the Wawasee Gymnastics Club have been announced, which begin Sept. 15 and end Oct. 13, with the exception of the pre-K class, which ends Oct. 21. Registration dates are from 6-7:30 p.m., Sept. 8-9, at Wawasee High School’s main entrance and from … Read More

Wawasee Forces Tie With Bitter Concord (VIDEO)

Carlos Camargo (center) is congratulated by his teammates after evening up the score 2-2 against Concord.

SYRACUSE – While leaving a match tied with the other team is never the goal, sometimes a tie can feel just as good as a win. That was the case for the Wawasee boys soccer team Saturday afternoon. The Warriors played an intense game with Northern Lakes Conference … Read More

Tigers Up And Down In Loss [VIDEO]

Ethyn Bradley makes his point after a touchdown run for Warsaw.

COLUMBIA CITY – The Warsaw football team resembled a roller coaster Friday night. The Tigers had their fair share of ups, but in the end there were more downs in the season opener. Host Columbia City used a big second-half performance to handle Warsaw 33-21. The Eagles got … Read More

Wawasee’s Hot Start Melts Whitko [VIDEO]

Wawasee running back Nic Wilson celebrates with teammates after scoring a touchdown against Whitko Friday night. (Photos by Mike Deak)

SOUTH WHITLEY – It was a hot start that only got hotter. But as the blistering sun and humidly slowly faded in the shadows of Ryan Huff Field, cramped and dehydrated players were just thankful to get week one over with. Since they had to play, and it’s … Read More

DNR Hunting And Trapping Notes For The Fall

Luke Jackson poses with a turkey he hunted last fall. (Photo provided)

INDIANAPOLIS – The Indiana DNR has formally announced its hunting and trapping dates for the 2014-15 season. A complete list of the official dates can be found at http://www.in.gov/dnr/fishwild/files/fw-hunting_trapping_seasons.pdf Of note for the different categories are furbearer hunting and trapping hours are hunting/running at noon of first day … Read More

DNR Social Media Contest


INDIANAPOLIS – A new DNR social media contest encourages Hoosiers to stay connected with the online world even as they unwind in the great outdoors. The contest asks people to share their outdoor experiences on the Instagram photo-sharing service (www.instagram.com) and follow DNR at indianadnr. To participate, post … Read More

Nick’s Picks: The ‘Ice Water And Football’ Edition [VIDEO]

Guess who's back, back again...

Dare I say it, Kosciusko? Can it really be true? Is football FINALLY back!? Yes, yes it is. *and there was much rejoicing* Finally we can forget about pretending that we like the summer. Who really enjoys the lake and the sandbar? I mean, did we really enjoy … Read More

Three And Out: Tigers Send Snider Packing

Cassie Hoag was ecstatic after getting a kill late in game three.

WARSAW- Tiger volleyball got back into full swing on Wednesday night as Warsaw welcomed in the Panthers of Fort Wayne Snider to the Tiger Den. Last season the Tigers swept Snider to open their schedule and decided that doing the same would be a nice start to this … Read More

Kerlin’s Heart Bigger Than Check [VIDEO]

A check for $11,375 was presented by Camille Kerlin, center, to Riley Children's Foundation from the Racquets For Riley campaign held in July. Standing in the front row are Alana Helmer, representing Riley Children's Foundation, and Carson Kerlin. In the back row are Warsaw Community High School tennis coach Rick Orban, WCHS tennis assistant Jan Orban, Diane Kerlin and Rick Kerlin. (Photos by Mike Deak)

WARSAW – For someone who has had heart trouble in her life, Camille Kerlin was more than willing to share her’s with others. The generosity of Kerlin, who in July organized, efforted and helped run the Racquets For Riley tennis campaign, saw the hard work pay off in … Read More

Heat, Lady Warriors Can’t Break Vikings

Lexi O'Connell goes up for a huge block against Wawasee (Photos by Nick Goralczyk)

SYRACUSE – You could cut the tension, and the humidity, with a knife at Wawasee High School on Monday night. With the Hardwood Tee Pee undergoing some renovations, the season opening volleyball match between Tippecanoe Valley and Wawasee was moved down the hall to the annex gym where … Read More

Location Change For Warsaw Girls’ Soccer


WARSAW – The WCHS Athletic Department has announced a change in location for tonight’s girls soccer contest versus Mishawaka Marian. The season-opening game, which was postponed last night due to field conditions at Marian, is now scheduled to be played tonight at the Indiana Invaders Complex in South … Read More

Tigers On The Prowl For Number Seven

Warsaw's Tito Cuellar should be an important piece to another solid Tigers boys soccer season. (Photo by Nick Goralczyk)

WARSAW -  Winning is just business for the Warsaw boys soccer team and for quite a while now, business has been good. In 2013 the Tigers laid claim to their sixth consecutive regional championship, one short Evansville Memorial’s state record of seven straight (2004-10). Warsaw would only see … Read More

Richner, NorthWood Outshine Invite Field

Linnzie Richner led all players with a 76 on Saturday. (Photos by Nick Goralczyk)

SYRACUSE – The Northern Lakes Conference always seems to have several tough teams in any given sport, girls golf in no exception to that. This year there are a handful of teams that could make a run for the top spot in the conference. While anything could happen … Read More