Lindeman Gains Much From Accident

WARSAW – Jordyn Lindeman has a new found perspective on life and her love for the sport of volleyball. The WCHS junior has developed a greater appreciation for both after a car accident earlier this season. It shows too in watching the emotional leader of an outstanding Warsaw … Read More

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Grace Women’s Hoops Aiming High

WINONA LAKE – The Grace Lady Lancers’ basketball team will embark on life after graduating All-American Juaneice “JJ” Jackson last year, the program’s all-time leading scorer. Head coach Scott Blum is confident his team can meet the challenge thanks to balanced production from a number of players. Leading … Read More


Robinson Heading Down The Tracks

SYRACUSE – The ‘Little Engine That Can’ will soon graduate to a locomotive. Wawasee senior Bre Robinson hasn’t been big in stature, attitude or flash in the pool. But the superstar swimmer has made a splash decision, signing with Purdue University on a full-ride scholarship to continue her … Read More


Edgewood Grabs Eighth Grade Title

WARSAW – Out of the nine schools in the NorthEast Lakes Middle School Conference, it was an all-Warsaw finals Saturday in the Lakeview gym for the eighth grade volleyball championship. Edgewood (22-7) (Conf. 6-2) defeated Wawasee in three games in the morning session while Lakeview (28-0) (Conf. 8-0) … Read More

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Grace Athletes Among Host Of Honors

WINONA LAKE – Several athletes from the Grace College athletic programs were honored for their stellar play in the Crossroads League. Following a strong week for Grace’s volleyball team, Kaitlin Kerrigan and Ellie Harp picked up weekly honors from the Crossroads League on Monday. Kerrigan was named the … Read More


South Shore Rolls Past Bone City [VIDEO]

WARSAW – The Bone Yard was packed Saturday night as the South Shore Roller Girls rolled in for a roller derby matchup with the Bone City Rollers. The Roller Girls, equipped with speedy jammers and a lot of muscle in the middle, overpowered Bone City 239-100. Bone City … Read More


Warsaw Boys Reign At Regional

CULVER – Warsaw boys cross country coach Jim Mills expects his program to win regional titles. The Tigers didn’t disappoint their veteran coach  in that regard Saturday. Warsaw made it three straight regional championships by reigning in the rain to top the field at Culver Academies. Junior Owen … Read More


Miller Leads Way For Champion Warsaw

CULVER – Allison Miller epitomizes the Warsaw girls cross country team. Young, talented and unselfish. Those qualities carried Miller to individual glory and her team to another regional championship Saturday. The rain didn’t slow down the reign of the No. 7 Warsaw ladies as they dominated the field … Read More

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Cockrill The Lone Warrior [VIDEO]

ELKHART – A year ago, Wawasee was celebrating a cross country homecoming 30 years in the making. Saturday, Wawasee sat in disbelief as the cross country teams were both eliminated at the Elkhart Central Cross Country Regional at Ox Bow Park. Wawasee’s cross country teams had both run … Read More


Tigers Rally To Thrilling Victory

WARSAW – It was only fitting that the Warsaw football team donned camouflage National Guard jerseys for their regular-season home finale Friday night. It was even more fitting that the Tigers lived up to the billing with the special look in honor of National Guard Celebration Week by … Read More

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Resilient Wildcats Handle Vikings [VIDEO]

AKRON – For two teams coming into Friday night’s football contest with something to prove, Whitko spent more time proving its point in a 34-16 win at Tippecanoe Valley. Both teams came into the night’s contest limping after lopsided losses last week in statement games. Valley started off … Read More


Yeo, Steuve Add To Local Bethel Flair

MISHAWAKA – “It felt like home.” For Clay Yeo, that was all that really had to be said upon walking into the Wiekamp Center. A former camper at Bethel College, Yeo spent a year playing for Valparaiso University and just felt out of place. Transferring to Bethel this … Read More

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Nick’s Picks: The ‘Ink Free’ Edition

Ink? We don’t need no stinking ink! Okay, so technically all of my picks articles have been “ink free” but this one is extra ink free since it’s the first picking action to be on our new site. It’s also not called the Ink Free News edition because, … Read More

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Football Finales Friday Night

The prep football regular season comes to a close Friday night. That means one more chance for area teams to move up or down in the final conference standings and prepare for postseason play next week. First-round sectional games take place Oct. 24. Warsaw will host Carroll, Wawasee … Read More

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Rice Ready For Tennis Regional Round

WARSAW – Sam Rice’s timing could not be better. The Warsaw ace is playing his best tennis of his senior season since postseason play commenced. Rice will look to extend his postseason run and final prep campaign Saturday as the Tigers’ No. 1 singles player competes in the … Read More

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A Cold, Frustrating Exit

GOSHEN – Soccer, like so many sports, can be a cruel game. In the case of the Goshen Girls Soccer Regional, one side dominated most of the game and lost on five seconds of brilliance. In the record books, it will go down as a 1-0 Goshen win … Read More