The Warsaw volleyball team turned in a strong showing in the Kokomo Invitational.
The Tigers went 3-1 on the day to earn a fourth-place finish in the nine-team event.
Warsaw defeated Indianapolis Lighthouse 25-3, 25-9, topped Tindley 25-23, 26-24 and bested Kokomo 25-12, 25-10. Fishers edged the Tigers 25-18, 22-25, 18-16.
Nikki Parrett powered the offense for the Tigers with a total of 31 kills on the day. Hanna Leach recorded 27 kills, while Alexie Day had 14, Kacy Bragg 10 and Rachel Yeager nine.
Rachel Yeager served lights out for the Tigers as she racked up 32 aces. Parrett added four aces. The trio of Leach, Bragg and Parrett each had two blocks and Day one.
Bragg piled up 50 assists from her setter position and Erin Peugh had nine. Peugh led the defense with 31 digs, while Yeager had 17 and Bragg 16.
Warsaw, now 3-3. will play at Homestead Monday night.
The Warsaw girls golf team captured fourth place in its own rain-shortened invitational.
Madi Graham fired a 42 to pace coach Tad Nieter’s squad in the nine-team event played at the Stonehenge Golf Club.
Homestead won the team title in the invite, which was shortened to nine holes due to rain. The Spartans shot a 151. Chesterton was runner-up with a 159.
Host Warsaw shot 187 on the day. Page Desenberg finished with a 45 for the Tigers. Madelyn Ray shot a 49, while Izzy Ray had a 51 and Delaney Wihebrink a 54 for Warsaw.
NorthWood shot a 175 to capture third place in the tournament. Mckenzie Weaver led coach Adam Yoder’s team with a 39, which was good for third place among individuals.
Summer Stillson shot a 41 for the Panthers. Abby Slabaugh carded a 47 with Alaina Benjamin shooting 49 and Madison Richner 52.
Warsaw opens conference play Tuesday versus Concord and Northridge at Meadow Valley in Middlebury. NorthWood starts league action Monday versus Plymouth and Elkhart Memorial at the Pretty Lakes Country Club in Plymouth.
The Warsaw girls soccer team dropped a pair of matches in the South Bend St. Joe Tournament.
Chesterton defeated the Tigers 4-3 in a morning match in the event held at Newton Park in Lakeville.
The trio of Abby Steffensmeier, Julie Frazzetta and Delaney Taylor each had a goal for the Tigers. Brenna Shipley had an assists.
Warsaw then lost 4-0 to Penn in their second game of the tournament.
The Tigers, who drop to 2-3 after three straight losses, opens conference play by hosting NorthWood Thursday night.