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Squires win in 2 overtimes

The Squires won a thrilling road conference game in double overtime at Tippecanoe Valley by outlasting the Vikings 71-66.

After a tight first half that saw the Squires up 21-20 leading at halftime, the Vikings took a 41-37 lead heading into the fourth quarter. Manchester battled back to send it to overtime at 52-52.

In the second overtime the Squires jumped ahead early and put the game away.

Posted on 2020 Feb 04
Apaches win 2nd straight sectional

PERU -- In a neck-and-neck battle with Manchester at the top of the leaderboard throughout Peru Sectional Saturday, Feb. 1, the Wabash Apaches got the points they needed to capture its second consecutive title.

Manchester led the group of 10 teams heading into the final round of fifth, third and championship matches with a one-point margin over Wabash but the Apaches came out on top with 224.5 points to Manchester's 215.5 points.

Posted on 2020 Feb 04
Vogel to run at IU Kokomo

On Wednesday, Jan. 29, Wabash High School senior, Derek Vogel was joined by his family, coaches, teammates and friends to sign a letter of intent to further his running career as a student athlete at Indiana University Kokomo.

Posted on 2020 Feb 04
Manchester edges Rochester, 48-47

Max Carter scored on a rebound and put-back with four seconds left in the game to give Manchester a come-from-behind 48-47 win at Rochester Friday, Jan. 24.

Rochester led by as many as 13 points but the Squires got the final word in a back-and-forth fourth quarter to get the win.

Thane Creager led Manchester with 13 points and five rebounds, followed by Caleb Stout with 12 points on four three-pointers, Carter with eight points and five rebounds, Weston Hamby with seven points and eight assists, Kreeden Krull with six points and nine rebounds, and Austin Underwood with two points and three rebounds.

Manchester improved to 7-7 and 2-2 in the TRC. The Squires will travel to Tippecanoe Valley Friday, Jan. 31.

Posted on 2020 Jan 28
Wrestlers place 2nd, 4th at state

Wabash wrestler Kiersten O'Neill finished second at the IHSWCA Wrestling Girls State Finals Friday, Jan. 17 at Kokomo High School.
O'Neill won her first match by pin in 90 seconds to advance to the semi-finals where she recorded a second pin to advance to the championship match.
In the championship round O'Neill fell short to end the tournament with a second-place finish in the state.
Manchester’s Haley Clifford finished fourth at the state finals
Clifford, the 3-seed, defeated the 2-seed from Hagerstown in her opening match by pin at 1:17. Clifford lost a back-and-forth match to Carmel in the semi-finals and finished fourth her final match to Penn 11-2.

Posted on 2020 Jan 21
Wabash, Manchester split boys, girls basketball games

The Wabash boys basketball team led after each quarter in its Three Rivers Conference contest and held off a late Squire push to pull out a 46-40 win Friday, Jan. 17.
After falling to Wabash by 35 points three weeks earlier, Manchester looked like a different team, taking an early lead before the Apaches took a 14-8 lead after one quarter.
Wabash led 24-19 at halftime and 35-29 after three quarters.

Posted on 2020 Jan 21
Knights defeat Squires in conference matchup

Southwood 61, Manchester 55 (2 OT)

After 36 minutes of play that included an overtime period, the Southwood Knights dominated the second overtime to defeat the Manchester Squires 61-55 Friday night, Dec. 20.

With the score tied 52-52 to start the second overtime, Southwood’s Braden Barney scored off the tip for a 54-52 lead, followed by a basket from Carson Rich 30 second later for a quick 56-52 Knight lead.

Posted on 2019 Dec 30
Pace signs with Wesleyan

A large group of friends and family gathered at the Southwood High School library in support of MaKenna Pace as she signed with Indiana Wesleyan University to continue her softball career.

Pace was a four-year varsity player for the Lady Knights earning many honors such as most valuable player, the Golden Glove award, 1st Team All-TRC and 1st Team All-Wabash. Pace has been a nine-season sports participant, also playing volleyball for one year and basketball for four, she has been a varsity letter winner eight times.

Southwood softball coach, Carl Pace, deemed Pace as the “backbone” of the team.

Posted on 2019 Dec 23

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