Sports
Wabash boys capture schools first cross country regional championship

By The Paper Staff

The Wabash boys cross country team captured its first regional championship in school history Saturday, Oct. 13, at the Marion regional at Indiana Wesleyan University.


The Apaches easily outlasted runner-up Belmont, 37-69. Huntington North (96), Oak Hill (101) and New Haven (116) rounded out the top five.


The Apaches put five runners in the top 16 to win in dominant fashion.


Dereck Vogel led Wabash in second place in a time of 16:10. Zackary Reed followed in fifth in 16:32.


Koby Prater finished in eighth for the Apaches in 16:35. Aaron Nickerson rounded out the top 10 in 16:39, and Blakley Cole rounded out the team’s top five in 16th place in 16:51.
 

Posted on 2018 Oct 16
Apache boys win cross country sectional

By The Paper Staff

Wabash’s boys cross country team won its first sectional title in 31 years Saturday, Oct. 6.


The Apaches placed five runners in the top 11 and seven in the top 20 to finish with 37 points, topping runner-up Oak Hill, who finished with 56 points. Huntington North was third, Southwood was sixth and Northfield was ninth.


Junior Dereck Vogel finished fourth to lead the Apaches at 17:09. Sophomore Zackary Reed followed in fifth place at 17:14.
 

Posted on 2018 Oct 09
Apaches fall short at Valley

By The Paper Staff

Wabash’s football squad came up just short in a 35-27 loss to Tippecanoe Valley on October 5.


Trailing 35-20 in the fourth quarter, Logan Vander Velden hauled in a 10-yard touchdown pass from Jared Holley to pull the Apaches (1-7) within eight at 35-27, but Wabash was unable to muster any more offense.


Holley led the Apaches in passing the rushing. He completed 10-of-21 passes for 109 yards, a touchdown and an interception. He also ran nine times for 69 yards and a score.
 

Posted on 2018 Oct 09
Manchester boys fall in sectional finals

By The Paper Staff

Manchester’s boys soccer team’s season came to an end Saturday with a 6-0 loss to Fort Wayne Concordia Lutheran in the finals of the Maconaquah soccer sectional.


To advance to the finals, Manchester tallied its season-record 11th shutout of the year with a 6-0 victory over Peru Wednesday in sectional action at Maconaquah.
 

Posted on 2018 Oct 09
Wabash boys, Lady Squires win TRC titles

By The Paper staff

The Wabash boys cross country team won the Three Rivers Conference title on Saturday.


Wabash scored 21 points to easily outdistance second place Rochester, which scored 76.


Manchester finished third with 102, while Northfield was fourth with 140 and Southwood was fifth with 145. Rounding out the conference teams were Maconaquah, Peru, Tippecanoe Valley, Whitko and North Miami.


Wabash’s Dereck Vogel led the way as the individual TRC champion. Teammates Koby Prater, Zack Reed Blakley Cole, and Aaron Nickerson finished third, fourth, fifth and seventh, respectively.


Jarrett Wilson, Ben Hewitt, Caleb Callahan, Wyatt Davis, Sammy Smith, and Ethan Berry all ran personal bests for the Apaches.
 

Posted on 2018 Oct 02
Turnovers costly in Norse loss

By The Paper Staff

It was a tale of turnovers for Northfield’s football team in Friday night’s football clash with Maconaquah at Northfield.


Trailing just 15-13 at the half, the Norse (3-4) gave up a 48 yard interception return for a touchdown, and then a 45 yard fumble return for a touchdown to give Maconaquah a 30-13 advantage and eventually a 37-20 victory.


Northfield was intercepted once, and fumbled five times, losing two.


Cole Rosen scored on a 90-yard kickoff return for the Norse. Levi Fulkerson found paydirt on a one yard plunge, and Jarret Shafer added a one-yard touchdown run in the loss.


Fulkerson led the ground added with 27 carries for 100 yards. Fulkerson was also 3-of-13 through the air for 37 yards and an interception.
 

Posted on 2018 Oct 02
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

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