Lacheta led the Tigers in both kills and aces on the day as they went 3-1 in the tournament.
Coach Mike Howard’s talented team defeated Hamilton Heights 25-17, 25-12, Clinton Prairie 26-24, 25-15 and Brownsburg 19-25, 25-21, 15-13. Providence, ranked No. 2 in Class 2-A, beat the Tigers 25-23, 21-25, 15-13.
Lacheta, a senior outside hitter, totaled a team-high 30 kills in the tourney. She also had a team-high eight aces, five blocks and 37 digs on the day.
Junior Emily Poe and sophomore Katie Voelz both had impressive efforts Saturday. Poe finished with 20 kills and five aces and Voelz had 20 kills, seven blocks and five aces.
Senior setter Chloe Hubner racked up 73 assists and senior libero Alex Sanchez 49 digs for Warsaw. Delaney Goble had 26 digs and five aces and Sam Jensen three blocks, while Megan Chauncey contributed 16 assists and Taylor Jagger 14 kills.
Warsaw, which is now 25-5, hosts Penn Monday night in its regular-season finale. The Kingsmen have won the last two Class 4-A state championships are are 24-4 on the season. The clash features a pair of conference champions as Warsaw won the Northern Lakes Conference title at 7-0 and Penn took the top spot in the Northern Indiana Conference at 8-0.
The Monday night showdown begins with the junior varsity contest at 6 p.m. with the varsity tilt to follow in the Tiger Den.