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Warsaw is off to a HOT start this year.  They are now 5-0 after defeating #6 (4A) Penn on the road in the Penn Palace.  Last year, Warsaw started 0-9 before finishing 9-4 on their way to a 9-13 regular season record and won their first two sectional games before losing (for the 2nd time last season) the sectional championship to eventual 4A state champion Penn.

Now Warsaw has defeated 4A #6 Penn AND 3A #4 Tippy Valley to start the year, with 2A #1 Whitko on the schedule next this Friday night.

Just to go even further into the great start the Lady Tigers have gotten off too, look at the differentials in the scores of 4 of their opponents from last year to this year:

Huntington North: a differential of 40 points

2015: 32-60 LOSS by 28 points

2016: 58-46 WIN by 12 points

Tippy Valley: differential of 36 points

2015: 42-54 LOSS by 12 points

2016: 66-42 WIN by 24 points

Penn: a differential of 31 points

2015: 37-61 LOSS by 24 points

2016: 40-33 WIN by 7 points

Fort Wayne Luers: differential of 18 points

2015: 50-55 LOSS by 5 points

2016: 63-50 WIN by 13 points

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On 11/23/2016 at 0:12 PM, NLCTigerFan07 said:

Warsaw is off to a HOT start this year.  They are now 5-0 after defeating #6 (4A) Penn on the road in the Penn Palace.  Last year, Warsaw started 0-9 before finishing 9-4 on their way to a 9-13 regular season record and won their first two sectional games before losing (for the 2nd time last season) the sectional championship to eventual 4A state champion Penn.

Now Warsaw has defeated 4A #6 Penn AND 3A #4 Tippy Valley to start the year, with 2A #1 Whitko on the schedule next this Friday night.

Just to go even further into the great start the Lady Tigers have gotten off too, look at the differentials in the scores of 4 of their opponents from last year to this year:

Huntington North: a differential of 40 points

2015: 32-60 LOSS by 28 points

2016: 58-46 WIN by 12 points

Tippy Valley: differential of 36 points

2015: 42-54 LOSS by 12 points

2016: 66-42 WIN by 24 points

Penn: a differential of 31 points

2015: 37-61 LOSS by 24 points

2016: 40-33 WIN by 7 points

Fort Wayne Luers: differential of 18 points

2015: 50-55 LOSS by 5 points

2016: 63-50 WIN by 13 points

Whitko 40 - Warsaw 37        

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Another win over a ranked opponent for Warsaw last night and a huge turnaround from last year's game.

The Lady Tigers beat 2A #6 Oregon-Davis at home last night and won 52-31.  Last year, Oregon-Davis defeated Warsaw 62-42.  That's a differential of 41 points!  Great job Lady Tigers!

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Congrats on the turnaround season to the Tigers this year, although I was happy to see our Lady Raiders pull out a hard fought win against them this weekend.

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On 1/9/2017 at 10:17 AM, NRRaider2001 said:

Congrats on the turnaround season to the Tigers this year, although I was happy to see our Lady Raiders pull out a hard fought win against them this weekend.

I really has been an impressive turnaround for the Tigers.  Great game on Saturday!  How LOADED is Sectional 4?!  IMO Penn and Northridge could both represent the North in the State Finals, and Warsaw has the talent as well.

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I was thinking the same thing, ran the numbers of Sagarin ratings averaging out each sectional and it is definitely one of the best in the north.  

A few of the Indy area sectionals are just ridiculous though.  Good luck to both the Lady Raiders and Tigers moving forward though.  

I'm hoping that Northridge gets to play Penn in Sectionals and beats them this time around.

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Good luck to the Lady Raiders and Tigers tonight in their sectional openers.  Hope to see them meet each other on Friday night for what should be a very good rematch in one of the toughest Sectionals in this part of the state.  Also congrats to Penn on their opening round win over Goshen last night.

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2 hours ago, NRRaider2001 said:

Good luck to the Lady Raiders and Tigers tonight in their sectional openers.  Hope to see them meet each other on Friday night for what should be a very good rematch in one of the toughest Sectionals in this part of the state.  Also congrats to Penn on their opening round win over Goshen last night.

I agree!  Would be fantastic to see Northridge and Warsaw compete Friday night with the winner facing Penn for the Sectional Title!  I'd have to favorite the winner of this sectional over the winner of sectional 1, and it would be exciting to see any 3 of these teams go up against a 1-loss Kankakee Valley squad in the Regional Championship.

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I went to both games last night in Goshen, came away still very impressed with both teams, should be a great atmosphere on Friday night!  we rested all of our starters for all but the first 30 seconds of the 4th quarter.  

It was really nice to see Memorial put Skylar Axsom in for the last minute of the game after what appeared to be a season/career ending ankle/leg injury in their game against Northridge a few weeks back.  

Fans from Warsaw, Memorial, and Northridge cheered her on loudly as it was more ceremonial than anything, I'm glad that she did get to shoot 2 free throws for most likely her last organized basketball game of her career.

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Interested to see how Coach Krebs first season in Warsaw will turn out.  He's a great guy and coach, and should fit in well down there.  I know his parents very well and he comes from a great family.

@NLCTigerFan07 what does your gut tell you about Warsaw's season this year?  I believe Northridge will again be at or near the top of the NLC, with our top scorer returning in Brooke McKinley, as well as a few other girls that played a big role in our Semi State run last year.  Unfortunately for us, Homestead was ridiculous and could have probably beaten many of the top programs in the country.

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