Having lost its first match of the season Monday night, Wawasee rallied just 24 hours later with a pair of wins Tuesday at Maxwelton Golf Club. A 194 from the Lady Warriors was plenty enough to defeat Marian (206) and West Noble (224) to move Wawasee’s record to 5-1 this season.
Elizabeth Jackson and Mikala Mawhorter led the three-team field with 47s as medalists. Courtney McDaniel chipped in a season-best 49 and Kylee Rostochak was the fourth score with a 51.
Haley Toel led West Noble with a 49 and Paige Weber and Meghan Sink both had 50s to lead Marian.
“Elizabeth and Mikala were solid, they weren’t happy with 47s but for an off night, it isn’t bad,” said Wawasee head coach Steve Coverstone.
Westview Rolls Warriors
Wawasee began its 2012 boys soccer campaign with an annual date with the Warriors to the northeast, and ran into a buzzsaw from Westview in a 4-0 loss.
Goals were not reported from the host Westview team. The Westview JV squad also posted a shutout, 3-0, over Wawasee. Caleb Glon was credited for six saves in net for Wawasee.
“It’s only one game,” said Wawasee head coach Tom Taylor. “We look 10 times better than last year. Look for us to catch fire soon.”
Manchester Uses Extra Day To Storm Warriors
Having an extra day to prepare, Manchester used the rain delay Monday night to gas up a 4-1 win Tuesday at Wawasee in boys tennis.
Kyler Love had the only win for the Warriors, a 6-4, 6-4 triumph over Connor Eichenaur at one singles.
Winning for Manchester were Max Karg over Isaac Rigdon, 6-2, 6-2 at two singles and Brayton Spann against Rozen Kunkle, 6-1, 6-0 at three singles.
The one singles team of Dalton Day and Riley Woods beat Dylan Houser and Todd Hauser 6-2, 6-4, while Noah Cain and Morgan Metzger won 6-2, 6-2 over Doug Hapner and Chase Myers.
Brandon Scott and Matthew Pegg both earned JV wins in two singles games against Leonard Kline.