Southwood boys down Wabash, 78-40
By The Paper staff
In a rematch of the consolation game of the Wabsah County Tournament, the Southwood boys’ basketball team defeated Wabash, 78-40.
The Knights built a 56-18 first half lead and were never threatened the rest of the contest.
Peyton Trexler led Southwood with 25 points. 
Carson Blair added 15 points, while Blake Martz had 14 and Matt Nose had 10.
No scoring results were reported for the Apaches.
Posted on 2016 Jan 12
Wabash girls down Southwood
By The Paper staff
The Wabash Lady Apaches defeated Southwood, 51-29, on Saturday night.
Wabash shot 40 percent of the field, including 3 of 10 from beyond the three-point arc. Wabash also was 16 of 23 from the free-throw line.
Southwood shot nine of 40, or 22.5 percent, from the field.
Brooke Elliott led Southwood with 10 points.
The second quarter made all the difference in the contest, as the Lady Apaches outscored Southwood, 22-7.
Bailey Yoakum led Wabash with 15 points, while Jaycee Parrett added 11.
Posted on 2016 Jan 12
Five Norse wrestlers place at tourney
Northfield grappler Jake Stephan works for the pin at the New Haven Wrestling Tourney on Saturday, Jan. 9. Photo provided
By The Paper staff
The Northfield wrestlers competed in the 13 team New Haven Wrestling Tourney on Saturday and came away with five placings.  
Drake Heitz (182 pounds) and Jake Stephan (281) both placed second.  Drew Clark (132) placed fourth while Layne Evans (152) and Matthew Carey (138) placed fifth.  
AJ Hunt (160) and Sean Griffith (170) also competed but didn’t place.
The Northfield wrestling team lost to a very tough Oak Hill squad 73-3 Tuesday night. 
Posted on 2016 Jan 12
Wabash County hoops on Wabash WebTV
By Bill Barrows
The second week of January moves us further into Hoosier Hysteria and actually, the girls’ season is in the home stretch. 
The girls’ sectional is only three weeks away. The boys are at the halfway point. This week’s schedule begins with Tuesday night’s action. The Lady Norse travel to Eastern, Eastbrook entertains the Lady Apaches, the Manchester boys host Maconaquah and the Knights will be at Oak Hill for a border battle. 
On Wednesday, one game scheduled as the Lady Squires host Peru. On Thursday, the Lady Norse entertain Mississinewa and the Lady Knights host Eastern.
Posted on 2016 Jan 12
WHS bowling teams with conference titles

Members of the Wabash High School girls’ bowling team are (front row, from left) Jaci Gahl, Jessica Dederick, assistant coach Julie Sluss; Coach Clint Sluss (back row, from left) Katie Newman, Olivia Sluss, Madisyn DeBoard. Photo provided
By The Paper staff
On Sunday, Jan. 10, the Wabash Girls and Boys Bowling teams bowled at Crest Lanes in Marion for Conference Champions. 
Both the boys and girls teams won Conference Champions. Both team finished their season undefeated.
Posted on 2016 Jan 12
Buzzer beater leads Squires to County Tourney championship
Manchester’s Chase Fierstos launches an 18-foot jump shot in the closing seconds of the Wabash County Tourney’s boy’s’ championship game on Wednesday, Jan. 30. The basket was good and gave Manchester a 52-50 win over Northfield. Photo by Joseph Slacian 
By Eric Christiansen
The Shot.
That was the talk of Wabash County last Wednesday night when Manchester’s Chase Fierstos crushed the hopes of the Northfield Norse with a buzzer beating 18-foot jump shot to lift the Squires to the Wabash County Tournament title 52-50 over Northfield.
With under a minute left, the Squires and Norse were tied 50-50 when Northfield’s Austin Trump tried to give Northfield the lead with a 3-pointer that was off the mark. Teammate Jake Schuler grabbed the rebound, but his put-back was off the mark. 
Manchester’s Mason Hamby rebounded the miss with 53 seconds left, and the Squires decided not to take a time-out, but rather work for the last shot.
“We have our stuff we work on in practice, situation stuff,” Manchester coach Eric Thompson said. “We knew what we wanted to do, we had the ball in the right man’s hands, and we had everybody else around who could do something if needed. 
“I thought we were playing pretty good basketball, and if we miss the shot, we go to overtime and try to play the best four minutes we can,” Thompson added. “The right man at the right time had the ball and hit the shot for us.”
Posted on 2016 Jan 05
Wabash girls defend county championship
Manchester’s Rae Bedke attempts to dribble around Wabash’s Bailey Yoakum during the girls’ championship game of the Wabsah County Tourney. Photo by Joseph Slacian
By Eric Christiansen
The Wabash Lady Apaches won their second straight Wabash County Tournament and their eighth in 10 years, but it wasn’t easy.
The Apaches started off slow, picked things up in the middle of the game, and controlled the final five minutes of the game to close out a 36-32 win over Manchester to win the title.
“The game came down to the end, and I think what helped us is that our kids have been there before,” Wabash coach Matt Stone said. “We have six kids who are back for us who played at the semi-state last year. I told them at halftime ‘we’ve been through bigger wars than this. You know at the end of that game, we can do this’,” he said. “I do think that means something. When you’ve been through something before, that matters, and these kids were pretty gutsy.”
Posted on 2016 Jan 05
Northfield, Southwood win consolation games
By The paper staff
Northfield’s girls and Southwood’s boys won the consolation matchups of the Wabash County Tourney on Wednesday, Dec. 30.
Northfield defeated Southwood, 52-40, while Southwood defeated Wabash, 67-53.
Posted on 2016 Jan 05

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