A very tight race in the boys standings had Warsaw claim boys golf and boys track titles in May, but the Northridge Raiders were co-champions in baseball and were second in golf and third in track to total 120 points, besting Warsaw’s 119 points for the 2014-15 title.
Over the course of the year, Northridge was also the swimming champions. Warsaw claimed the basketball round robin title. Northridge was also second in soccer and football while Warsaw was second in cross country and swimming. Neither team finished lower than sixth in any sport over the course of the year.
The girls standings were slightly less contested at the top, with Warsaw using volleyball and track titles and were co-champs in cross country with Northridge to score 104 points, besting the Lady Raiders’ 92 points. Along with cross country, Northridge also won the swim title and was second in soccer and tied Concord for second in softball. The Lady Tigers tied Plymouth for second in basketball.
Wrapping up the boys ledger, Goshen was third with 97 points, claiming soccer and cross country titles. The Goshen soccer program are the Class 2-A soccer state champions. Plymouth was fourth at 89 points after football and tennis titles. NorthWood sits fifth at 86 with the co-baseball title, Memorial sixth at 85 with its wrestling title, Concord seventh at 66 points and Wawasee eighth at 58 points.
On the girls side, Concord used its tennis title to move into third with 88 points, with Memorial fourth at 80 points. Goshen’s soccer championship helped it to 77 points and fifth place, with Plymouth sixth at 75 points. Wawasee was the co-golf champion and softball champion, but seventh at 68 points and NorthWood split the golf title with Wawasee and won the basketball conference, but were eighth at 64 points.