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Big Nights Ahead

For as long as I can remember, we have had a pretty important match up with the LaVille Lancers. Last year, the Winamac JV Basketball teams traveled to LaVille on a Thursday night and the Varsity teams played here at Winamac High School the following evening. This year, the orders switched around and JV will

Reestablishing The Streak

This past Tuesday, the Winamac Lady Warriors defeated their county-rival, the West Central Lady Trojans to bring them to a seven game win-streak. They really put up numbers with the 64-25 score finish in the Varsity game against West Central. Last night, the Lady Warriors fought hard but ended up falling short at Rensselaer with

Upcoming: Super 8 Wrestling Tournament

This Saturday, December 7th, the Winamac Warrior Wrestling team is hosting the annual Super 8 tournament. The participating schools are Winamac, Caston, Triton, West Central, Clinton Prairie, Frontier, Delphi, and Wheeler. The tournament starts at 9 A.M, and the wrestling matches will be in the High School and Middle School gyms. Mat 1 and 2


The Winamac Boys’ jv/varsity basketball teams will open their season at home against Twin Lakes on November 26th. The start time for the jv game is 6:00 PM EST. The varsity game will be televised live on ISC Sports. The link to the broadcast is:

All Teams Schedule: Week of Nov 18 – Nov 24

Nov 19 Girls Junior Varsity Basketball vs. Culver Culver 6:00 pm | High School Gym Nov 19 Girls Varsity Basketball vs. Culver Culver 7:30 pm | High School Gym Nov 21 Girls Junior Varsity Basketball vs. North White High School North White 6:00 pm | High School Gym Nov 21 Boys Varsity Basketball at Scrimmage

Double Duty

There were many athletes and managers in the fall play this past weekend “And Then They Came For Me.” Students in fall sports balanced their busy schedules to still be involved in the play. It was a very enjoyable production that Mr. Schuttrow put together. Some of the athletes and managers that were involved in the

Supporting Our Warrior

Patrick Kiefer, a junior student-athlete at Winamac Community High School, suffered a tragic incident in late summer that left him with a huge conflict: Was he going to be able to play sports again? After multiple surgeries and procedures, Patrick is cleared and ready to play on the Boys Basketball team this 2019-2020 season. This