Lady Squires tennis team wins

Manchester's Kelsey Eichenauer battled at No. 1 singles. Photo by Eric Christiansen

By Eric Christiansen

NORTH MANCHESTER -- The Manchester girls tennis team continued to show its county and conference dominance with a 5-0 win over Wabash Thursday, April 11.

Despite two long battles in doubles play, the singles matches were never in doubt for the Squires.

Manchester's Kelsey Eichenauer defeated with Wabash's Brooke Irgang at No.1-singles 6-0, 6-1 to give Manchester a 1-0 lead.

Posted on 2019 Apr 16
Apaches open baseball season with 6-5 victory

Southwood's Mariah Brown (8) slides into third base while Wabash's Taylor Mettler awaits a throw. Southwood defeated Wabash, 7-6, in a come from behind contest at Southwood. Photo by Joseph Slacian

By Josh Sigler

Wabash High School’s baseball team scored two runs in the top of the seventh to take the lead, and held on for a 6-5 victory over Wawasee in the season opener for the Apaches on March 27.

Wawasee took a 4-0 lead in the bottom of the second inning, and tacked on a run in the fourth.

Wabash rallied with a run in the fourth, a run in the fifth and two runs in the sixth before completing the comeback in the seventh.

Kallen Kelsheimer led the Wabash offense with a 3-for-4 day at the plate with a double and an RBI.

Blake Gribben went 2-for-3 at the plate, while Payton Sodervick, Robert Irgang, Joe Leland, Bryant Boggs and Jared Holley each added a hit.

Posted on 2019 Apr 02
Northfield senior to play football at MU

By Eric Christiansen

Northfield's Jasper Donaldson made his decision to continue his education and football career a few miles north from home at Manchester University.

Posted on 2019 Mar 19
Apaches fall short in regional bid

Wabash’s Trenton Daughtry goes up for a shot around the defense of Frankton’s Ryan Detling during Saturday’s Lapel Boys Basketball Regional. Daughtry scored 25 points, but the Apaches fell to the Eagles, 57-54. Photo by Eric Christiansen

By Josh Sigler

LAPEL – The Wabash boys basketball team fell agonizingly short of advancing to the regional final round Saturday, falling to Frankton 57-54 in the morning regional semifinal at Lapel High School.

Trailing 57-54 with 12.2 seconds left, the Apaches had a pair of looks at 3-pointers in the final seconds, but couldn’t connect, giving the Eagles the victory.

“It’s a sad time,” Wabash coach Paul Wright said. ”You never want something like this to end. I thought we played really well today, and Frankton did as well. We just didn’t hit enough shots. We had a look at it at the end. I told them that’s not the reason we lost. We need to learn from this. Just a lot of disappointed kids in there. That’s hard to see.”

Posted on 2019 Mar 12
Apaches capture sectional crown

Manchester's Weston Hamby attempts to get a shot off against Wabash in the finals of the Oak Hill basketball sectional on Saturday evening. Photo by Eric Christiansen

By Eric Christiansen

MIER -- Fifty-two years.

Over five decades of promise and goals in November, only to fall short in March.

The wait is over. Wabash High School has a boys basketball champion again.

The Apaches needed every second of the 32 minutes in the game and finally held the championship trophy high above their heads Saturday, March 2 after defeating Manchester 63-60.

Posted on 2019 Mar 05
Norse fall in sectional finals

By Josh Sigler

SHARPSVILLE – Northfield’s boys basketball team saw its season come to an end Saturday night in a 64-49 loss to Lafayette Central Catholic in the sectional championship game of Class A Sectional 54 at Tri-Central High School.

The Class A No. 3-ranked Knights (22-4) built a 20-14 lead by the end of the first quarter, and upped their advantage to 31-20 by halftime.

LCC then outscored the Norse (6-18) 19-11 in the third quarter to build a 19-point lead heading into the fourth quarter.
Northfield stayed within striking distance with 14 steals and outscored LCC 18-15 in the fourth quarter, but ran out of steam in the end.

Posted on 2019 Mar 05
Squires roll by Kings; Apax down state champions

By Eric Christiansen

MEIER -- Five players hit double figure scoring, two had career highs, and Manchester scored 90 points for the first time in 20 years in a 90-59 rout of Lewis Cass Friday, March 1 in the semifinals of the Oak Hill Sectional.

“I am so proud of the team tonight,” Manchester coach Mark Underwood said. “They have bought into the fact that if you trust your teammates, are willing to make the extra pass, and be there for the team, you can get more done.”

The Squires used a three-point barrage in the first quarter, hitting five from beyond the arc.

Thane Creager and Brayden Casper each hit 3-pointers, but Cass' Easton Good kept the Kings neck-and-neck scoring their first eight points, tying it at 8-8.

Posted on 2019 Mar 05
Emmanuel captures 5th state title

Members of the Emmanuel Christian School state champion basketball team are (front row, from left) Japeth Niccum, Jack Niccum, Aaron Necessary, Preston Ritzema; head coach Jeff Miller (back row, from left), Collin Gouvan, Brogan Templin, Levi Hinds, JC Frank, Riley Miller and coach Merrill Templin. Photo provided

Emmanuel Christian School won its fifth straight championship in the Indiana Association of Christian Schools state basketball tourney.

Emmanuel, which entered the season as the No.1 seed, began competition on Friday, Feb. 22.

In the first game Emmanuel played Heritage Hall of Muncie.  This was an easy win with the final score being 58-20.  Preston Ritzema had 14 points, JC Frank 12 points and Jack Niccum 10 points.

Posted on 2019 Mar 05

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