Fans of the Warsaw Tiger Football team show their support as a police escort for the football team turns the corner at Center and Buffalo streets in Warsaw Friday afternoon, Nov. 15. InkFreeNews photo by Kory Stoneburner-Betts.
WARSAW — Fans of Warsaw Community High School’s football team gave them a sendoff Friday, Nov. 15, as the team headed to Merrillville for a regional matchup
The team made history last Friday when it won its first football sectional in school history with a win of Penn.
Warsaw plays the Merrillville Pirates at 7:30 p.m. Friday.
See more photos below and look for results of tonight’s contest late tonight on InkFreeNews.com.
A bus carrying the football team rounds the corner of Center and Buffalo streets Friday afternoon, Nov. 15, as they head to Merrillville for a regional football game. InkFreeNews photo by Dan Spalding.
City employee Whitney Olson and Mayor Joe Thallemer stand outside City Hall to cheer on the football team as the team leaves town in an escort of police and fire vehicles.InkFreeNews photo by Kory Stoneburner-Betts.
An Indiana State Police officer directs the caravan at the corner of Center and Buffalo streets Friday afternoon, Nov. 15, as Tiger Football fans stand at the corner. InkFreeNews photo by Kory Stoneburner-Betts.
A sign of local sentiment appears on the reader board outside Warsaw City Hall. InkFreeNews photo by Kory Stoneburner-Betts.