The Wawasee Lady Warriors moved to 2-0 on the young season with a 2-1 win at West Noble.
The Lady Warriors struck first two minutes before half when Tori Sylvester scored her second goal of the season on a header from a Lexy Blunk corner kick.
West Noble tied the score in the 57th minute when Ana Herrera notched the equalizer, but Priscilla Par tucked home the game winner in the 74th minute to keep Wawasee undefeated.
Wawasee will look to stay unblemished when it hosts powerful Westview Saturday afternoon.
Tennis Drops Second Home Match
In the second of three consecutive days of tennis matches, Wawasee could not rebound from a loss Tuesday by falling to Lakeland, 4-1, Wednesday afternoon at Wawasee.
Kyler Love picked up the only court win for the Warriors, a 6-2, 6-1 decision on Bret Balka at one singles.
The remaining courts were competitive, but Lakeland’s Dalton Schmidt beat Isaac Rigdon 6-1, 7-6 (7-2) at two singles while Austin Bonucore upended Rozen Kunkle three and three at three singles.
Blake Balka and Robbie Arend teamed up at one doubles to stave off Dylan Houser and Todd Hauser love and three while Sam Miller and Ian Sonner outlasted Doug Hapner and Chase Myers 6-4, 7-5.
Leonard Kline split the JV courts, beating Anthony Combs 7-5 but losing to Austin Hoeffelder 8-4.
Wawasee will get back at it tomorrow with a trip to Plymouth for the Northern Lakes Conference lid lifter.