The Warsaw boys tennis team picked up a big conference win at NorthWood.
The Tigers topped the host Panthers 4-1 in the Northern Lakes Conference match.
David Homme led the way for Warsaw with a 6-0, 6-0 win over Landon Holland at No. 3 singles action.
Andrew Gauger defeated Wes Troyer 6-1, 7-6 (7-4) at No. 2 singles play for the Tigers.
The No. 1 doubles team of Ryan Wettschurack and Justin Stout topped Cam Stillson and Brant Mast 6-1, 6-3. The Tigers swept the doubles as Hayden Steger and Spencer Britton beat Trevor Klotz and Jack Wysong 6-2, 6-1 at No. 2.
NorthWood won at No. 1 singles as Jared Huffman topped Colton Lind 6-3, 5-7, 7-5.
Warsaw improves to 8-5 overall and goes to 5-1 in NLC play. The Tigers play at Concord on Monday in the final NLC match. Concord improved to 10-3 overall and 6-0 in league play with a 4-1 win over Northridge Thursday night. Warsaw will then host the NLC tournament next Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday.
The Warsaw junior varsity beat NorthWood 7-4. Winning in singles play for the Tigers were Bailey Buhrt, Kyler Bartol, Brian Elliott and Ethan Hoff. Claiming doubles wins for Warsaw were the teams of Nolan Knight and Nick Marsh, Reuben Williams and Caleb Williams andJake Kauffman and Brandon Chan.
Warsaw plays at Crown Point on Saturday.
The Warsaw girls soccer team continued its winning streak in a big way.
The host Tigers scored early and often en route to blanking Columbia City 8-0 in non-conference play.
Warsaw, which has now won its last eight matches, led 7-0 at halftime.
The duo of Sydney Wiedeman and Delaney Taylor each scored a pair of goals to pace the offense for Warsaw. Wiedeman scored the first two goals of the game for the Tigers.
The quartet of Abby Steffensmeier, Daley Harvey, Anna Grill and Kennedy Patton each had one goal for the winners.
Breck Jackson contributed a pair of assists for the Tigers. Also notching assists in the win were Taylor, Steffensmeier, Wiedeman, Olivia Herman, Brenna Buhrt and Amanda West.
“A lot of players did things right tonight, and we were able to convert a number of our chances,” said Warsaw coach Peter Lucht in an email. “I am happy that our entire team was able to contribute. Player of the Match goes to Sydney Wiedeman for her two goals, one of them the game-winning goal, and her assist.”
Warsaw improves to 10-3 on the season. The Tigers are a perfect 5-0 in conference play.
Columbia City won the junior varsity contest 2-0. The Warsaw JV is now 2-7 on the season.
Warsaw hosts Fort Wayne Snider Monday night.
The Warsaw volleyball team lost its first conference match of the season at Plymouth.
The host Pilgrims topped the Tigers 25-20, 25-18, 22-25, 25-21 in the Northern Lakes Conference tussle.
Nikki Parrett led the Tigers with 17 kills and Alexie Day totaled 16. Hanna Leach added nine, while Kacy Bragg had five and Rachel Yeager four.
Erin Peugh led the defense with 23 digs on the night. Day had 10, while Cassadi Colbert had eight, Bragg seven and Parrett and Brynn Durecki five each. Peugh had three aces, while Day, Durecki and Bragg each had one. Bragg had 45 assists and Bragg, Leach and Yeager each had one block.
Warsaw, now 9-8 overall and 3-1 in the NLC, plays in the Michigan City Invitational Saturday starting at 10 a.m. Warsaw time.
The Warsaw junior varsity team also lost to Plymouth. The hosts posted a 25-23, 25-22 win. The Warsaw JV drops to 14-2 overall and goes to 3-1 in league play.
Emma Gelbaugh led the JV Tigers with four kills. Courtney Chookie, Gwyn Bellamy and Email Grose each had three and Kenzie Martz and Addie Dickerhoff two each. Amy Herendeen and Dickerhoff each had 10 digs, while Bellamy and Grose each had three. Chookie had three aces and Bellamy one. Dickerhoff led the team with 13 assists.
The Warsaw freshman team beat Plymouth 25-23, 25-24 and Culver Academy 25-7, 25-13 to improve to 19-0 overall and 4-0 in NLC action.
McKenna Hawblitzel totaled 11 kills in the two wins. Sophia Long had seven kills, while Delaney Walters four, Reagan Toulo, Katie Schmidt and Sierra Derossett three each and Kaia Hummitch two. Schmidt had 12 aces, while Hawblitzel had seven, Julia Crater five, Long three and Allie Mcguire one. Schmidt had 30 assists, while Hummitch and Hawbltzel each had one block. Kyle Prater had 21 digs, while Mcguire had 19, Hawblitzel 14, Derossett 11, Schmidt eight and Crater four.