The Warsaw boys tennis team dropped a 5-0 final to No. 8 Homestead.
The visitors won all five matches in straight sets to down the Tigers.
David Heiney topped Colton Lind 6-0, 6-1 at No. 1 singles. Thomas Wier stopped Andrew Gauger 6-3, 6-3 at No. 2 and Will Mine bested David Homme 6-1, 6-0 at No. 3 to complete the singles sweep.
Homestead won at No. 1 doubles as Jordan Andrews and Jeff Reinking topped Ryan Wettschurack and Hayden Steger 6-2, 6-2. The duo of Evan Castle and Nick Graber defeated Justin Stout and Spencer Britton 6-1, 6-1 at No. 2 doubles.
Homestead topped the Tigers 11-4 in junior varsity play. Winning for the Tigers were the doubles teams of Nick Marsh and Nolan Knight, Reuben Williams and Brian Elliott, Ethan Hoff and Caleb Williams and Bailey Buhrt and Kanton Waddle.
Warsaw, now 6-3, plays at Fort Wayne Canterbury on Thursday.
The Warsaw volleyball team dropped a 3-0 final at East Noble.
The host Knights took the match 25-23, 25-16, 25-21 for the non-conference win.
Alexie Day paced the Warsaw offense with 10 kills. Hanna Leach and Nikki Parrett each had seven kills.
Kacy Bragg had 26 assists to go with three blocks and an ace. Erin Peugh led the defense with 25 digs, while Day had 14, Brynn Durecki nine, Bragg six and Cassadi Colbert five.
The varsity squad is now 8-7 overall on the season and will host Columbia City Tuesday night.
The junior varsity topped East Noble 25-22, 25-22 to improve to 10-0 on the season. Courtney Chookie led the way with 10 kills. Jamie Grose had eight, while Emma Gelbaugh had four and Addie Dickerhoff and Gwyn Bellamy three each.
Grose led the team with nine digs. Chookie had six digs and Amy Herendeen five. Dickerhoff had 27 assists and Gelbaugh and Grose each had two aces.
The JV team will play Saturday in the Michigan City Invitational.
The freshman team remained undefeated by beating East Noble 25-16, 25-13. McKenna Hawblitzel and Sierra Derossett each had five kills for the frosh, now 12-0. Reagan Roulo added four kills and Sophia Long three.
Katie Schmidt led the winners with six aces and 20 assists. Kylie Prater paced the defense with 14 digs, while Roulo had seven and Hawblitzel and Schmidt each had six and Allie McGuire and Brooklyn Slone four each.