Sports
Metro Rage turns 25

By Josh Sigler
Jsigler@thepaperofwabash.com

About 25 years ago, families from Northfield and Southwood wanted to have competitive soccer for their  high school students. Neither school had a team, and families like the Coffmans, Kramers and  Downeys, were involved in getting Metro Rage started.

Posted on 2018 Sep 25
Lady Squires' golf season comes to end

KENDALLVILLE -- Girls golf season came to an end in the regional round for county golfers, with a Manchester High School golfer missing advancing by one stroke.

Posted on 2018 Sep 25
Teams continue conference play

By Bill Barrows

Here are last week’s results along with pairings for this coming Friday night. Northfield bested Manchester 42-21 and Southwood beat Wabash 31-6.


Manchester hung close with the Norse, trailing 28-21 after three quarters.

However touchdown runs by Alex Haupert and Clayton Tomlinson (his third on the night) iced the game for the Northfield.

Grayden Holmes and Braden Ripplinger also scored for Northfield, while Delton Moore, Tyce Rooney and Seth Gaerte all scored for Manchester.
 

Posted on 2018 Sep 18
Golfers advance to regional

Manchester's Madyson Ulery tries to make her way around treeson Saturday during the Eastbrook Girls Golf Sectional. Manchester finished second in the tourney. Photos by David Fenker. 

By The Paper staff

MARION – Manchester’s girls golf team and one Wabash golfer advanced Saturday from the Eastbrook Golf Sectional.


Manchester finished second in the sectional to Huntington North, shooting a 361 to the Lady Vikings’ 345.


Eastbrook was third with 376, while Wabash was fourth, shooting a 385. The Lady Apaches missed the cut for going to regional by nine strokes. However, Bella Carrillo, who shot an 80 on the day to finish second, advanced as one of three individual golfers.


Northfield shot a 411 to finish seventh. Southwood did not have a complete team at the event.
 

Posted on 2018 Sep 18
Prep grid season hits midway point

By Bill Barrows

Halfway through the regular season and teams are starting to settle into their routines.

This past weekend’s scores were Maconaquah beat Wabash (0-4) 48-20, Southwood ran their record to 4-0 by beating North Miami 28-6. Northfield is now 2-2 after a 27-7 win over Tippecanoe Valley and Manchester is now 2-2 with a hard fought 34-31 win at Peru.  
 

Posted on 2018 Sep 11
Norse defeat Vikings for conference victory

By The Paper Staff

Northfield enjoyed a balanced offensive attack Friday, rushing for 164 and passing for 148 in a 27-7 victory over Tippecanoe Valley in local prep football action.


Quarterback Levi Fulkerson ran for a pair of first half touchdowns, and Clayton Tomlinson added a 55-yard interception return for a score as the Norse (2-2) built a 21-0 lead by the half.


The squads traded scores in the third quarter to round out the scoring.


Braden Ripplinger scored on a seven-yard run with 2:02 left in the third to put the Norse up 27-7.


Fulkerson led Northfield with 13 carries for 68 yards, and completed 7-of-11 passes for 148 yards through the air.


Cole Rosen added nine carries for 43 yards, and two catches for 51 yards.
 

Posted on 2018 Sep 11
Manchester wins TRC golf title

By The Paper staff

HUNTINGTON -- Manchester won the Three Rivers Conference championship at Norwood Golf Course Saturday, Sept. 8.


Kelsey Eichenauer won the individual championship for the third straight season for the Squires a score of 109.


"I'm so proud of all of our girls," Manchester coach Josh Troyer said. "[Having four of the six, and all in the top 23 is a great accomplishment.


The Squires won the team title end the tournament with a 357.


 

Posted on 2018 Sep 11
Lady Apax down Manchester

Wabash's Brooke Irgang throws up a serve in Thursday, Aug. 30's matchup. Photo by Eric Christiansen

By Eric Christiansen
echristiansen@nmpaper.com

Wabash won all three sets, but Manchester kept it close in each set, in a 25-17, 25-19, 25-15 Apache win Thursday, Aug. 30.


Both head coaches felt their teams didn't play to their potential.


“We didn't play our best,” Wabash coach Katie Cromer said. “We had too many unforced errors. Manchester was aggressive, and they pushed us.”


Manchester coach Melissa West felt her team went out ready, but also said they may have been too ready.


“We came out wound tightly,” she said. “We were hyped up, and I like that energy.


“We need to learn to manage that energy.”
 

Posted on 2018 Sep 04

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