WARSAW 3, CONCORD 0
Warsaw wrapped up its regular season in style, sending out its seniors with a convincing 25-9, 25-15, 25-12 romp of Concord.
The win moved the Tigers to 6-1 in the Northern Lakes Conference and the consolation of holding second place by its lonesome, a game back of undefeated Plymouth.
Seniors Kacy Bragg, Katie Swanson and Erin Peugh all contributed in fine fashion. Bragg had 21 assists, six aces and four kills, Peugh had 11 digs and Swanson had six kills.
Kennedy Lauck and Betty Barnett combined for 13 kills, helping Warsaw move to 26-7 on the season.
Warsaw will take on Goshen in the first round of the Elkhart Memorial Sectional next Thursday.
NORTHWOOD 3, WAWASEE 0
NorthWood closed out its regular season in style, rolling over Wawasee 25-11, 25-20, 25-14 on its senior night.
Whitney Gessinger did well in her final game at The Pit, notching 16 digs.
Maddy Payne returned to the lineup for the Panthers and had eight kills and five blocks. Gracie Clark added eight digs and three aces, Ali Knepp had six kills, Kate Rulli had four blocks and Caroline Mullet had 23 assists.
Wawasee had Hannah Gaerte record eight digs and four kills and Liz Kleopfer added 15 assists and two aces. Brooke Heche added 10 digs and two aces, Madi Simmons had two aces, and Molly Jones added four kills.
The JV game was hotly contested, with NorthWood coming out a 2-1 winner.
Halle DeMien had 22 digs, Bre Wise 16 digs and Annika Bennett 29 assists for the 15-5 Panthers. Emma Dippon had six kills, four blocks and two aces and Morgan Heche and Delaney Hare combined for 24 digs for the 16-8 Warriors.
The NorthWood freshmen beat Wawasee 2-1. Talia Kuhl had 15 digs and Laney Gross had eight assists and three kills for the 18-6 Warriors. NorthWood didn’t supply stats.
NorthWood (24-8) will take on Fairfield Thursday in the first game of the Tippecanoe Valley Sectional. Wawasee (14-17) will meet Lakeland in the second game Thursday at Valley.
Valley (17-15) will meet either Wawasee or Lakeland in the semi-finals of the Tippecanoe Valley Sectional next Saturday.
SOUTHWOOD 3, TIPPECANOE VALLEY 1
The concluding game of the Three Rivers Conference season saw Southwood drop Tippecanoe Valley 25-17, 14-25, 25-19, 25-18.
Sophie Bussard added 12 digs and 11 kills to her stellar career totals. Sara Myers had 14 assists and Hannah Jansma served up three aces for the Vikes.
The junior varsity Vikings won 20-25, 25-15, 15-12 to run its record to 21-7. Brayden Baney had six digs and four aces and Macy Kirchenstien had 12 assists in the win.
SOUTH CENTRAL UNION MILLS 3, TRITON 1
Triton showed some fight against its first-round sectional opponent, but the Satellites weathered the storm 25-23, 18-25, 25-23, 25-19 final Thursday.
SCUM has the only winning record in the sectional at 17-9, but the 6-23 Trojans showed it won’t be an easy out in the Culver Sectional next Thursday when the two meet when it really counts.
Stat leaders for the Trojans included Lexia Hostrawser with seven kills and six aces, Abbey Viers with 10 kills, Emma Hepler with 23 assists, Jaela Faulkner with 17 digs, Molly McFarland with 12 digs and Madeline Doll with two blocks.
The Triton JV ended its season with a 25-24, 25-23 win.
TIPPECANOE VALLEY 8TH GRADE 2, MACONAQUAH 0
The Vikings (11-12) moved on in the Running Rivers Conference with a 25-23, 25-17 win. Shaylin Wilcox had eight aces and four kills and Abby Koch added five assists and four aces.
MACONAQUAH 7TH GRADE 2, TIPPECANOE VALLEY 1
Maconaquah trumped the Vikings (13-10) in the seventh grade RRC tourney by a 16-25, 25-18, 15-8 count.
Erika Henderson had nine aces, Sidney Nelson four aces and Jessa Schroeder three kills in the loss.
TIPPECANOE VALLEY 6TH GRADE 2, TRITON 0
Valley won the backyard rivalry with Triton 25-18, 25-6. Mackaylie Costello led the Vikings with 11 points and Avery Wagoner had eight points and three assists.
INDIAN SPRINGS 6TH GRADE 2, MILFORD ‘A’ 1
INDIAN SPRINGS 6TH GRADE 2, MILFORD ‘B’ 1
The Milford sixth grade team wrapped up its season Thursday night, the ‘A’ team won 25-17 then lost 23-25 and 9-15. The ‘B’ team won 25-24 and then lost 15-25 and 7-15.