at Warsaw (at Columbia City)
Wawasee 3, Warsaw 2
Columbia City 5, Whitko 0
For the first time in a decade, Warsaw will not be playing for a sectional championship. That honor will go to Wawasee and Columbia City, which came out victorious in the semi-finals of the sectional Thursday afternoon.
The Warriors got its three wins from Joey Harper at one singles, a 2-6, 6-0, 6-3 winner over Tristan Anderson, and both of its doubles teams. Holden Babb and Grant Brooks took care of Nicholas Boren and Zachary Nicholas in straights, 6-2, 6-1, while Devon Kuhn and Ty Brooks held off Jack Reed and Khareus Miller 6-3, 1-6, 6-2.
Wil Boren beat Zeke Keim three and love, and Keller Bailey topped Blaine Baut 6-1, 7-5 for Warsaw’s two court wins.
Wawasee will take on the site host Eagles Saturday morning for the title, the Warriors last winning a sectional in 2010.
at Culver Academy
Culver Academy 5, Rochester 0
Culver wins its 18th straight sectional title.
Bremen 4, Triton 1
John Glenn 3, Plymouth 2
The Lions and Falcons move onto the championship match, Bremen aiming for its third straight team title.
Peru 5, Manchester 0
Peru wins the title at home and will host the regional next week.
Goshen 5, Fairfield 0
Goshen knocked off its rivals, but needed tiebreakers in three of the matches to get through to the regional.
Northridge 5, Elkhart 0
The Raiders roll to the sectional title and will be back at Concord next week to try to relive the magic.
Fremont 4, Angola 1
Fremont wins its first-ever tennis sectional championship, and will get Goshen Tuesday in the regional semis.
at East Noble
East Noble 4, West Noble 1
Westview 5, Central Noble 0
The hosts and the favorites advance to the final, where Westview looks to win its sixth straight title.