James Palmer scored 15 points Tuesday night as Nebraska beat Indiana 66-57, allowing the Huskers the resume their NCAA Tournament pursuit.
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Megan Gilpin, Aaron Garcia, and Cole Marchildon all signed to play college soccer on Tuesday evening at the Fort Wayne Sport Club.
Homestead topped DeKalb, Wayne bested Canterbury, and New Haven outlasted Leo in overtime to headline area prep hoops on Tuesday night.
East Noble cracks 4A top 10, Westview stays 2A no. 2, Blackhawk Christian rises to 1A no. 1 while Southwood jumps to 1A no. 3.
The Mad Ants are expected to lose two of their top players for the immediate future as Walter Lemon Jr. and Trey McKinney-Jones are both reportedly signing 10-day contracts with NBA teams.
Freshman Lonnie Walker IV scored 19 points, hitting 5 of 7 from 3-point range, and his deep 3 gave Miami the lead for good as the Hurricanes rode a late 13-0 burst to a 77-74 Atlantic Coast Conference win over Notre Dame on Monday night.
1A no. 2 Blackhawk Christian bested Northrop 68-53 at Mark Schoeff Gymnasium to headline area boys basketball on Monday night.
The Komets can do no wrong on the ice after winning all three games last week and going 9-01 over their last 10.
This week’s winner was Central Noble’s Sydney Freeman, who’s lay-up late in the fourth quarter sealed a semi-state win for the Cougars and sent her team to the 2A state title game.
Rain Hinton, a first-year frontcourt player from Fort Wayne, Ind., was named the player of the week in women’s basketball after leading fourth quarter surges that carried Albion to victories over Kalamazoo College and Saint Mary’s College last wee
The Boilermakers dropped three spots this week.
He averaged 17.5 points, 8.0 rebounds, 7.0 assists and 2.5 blocks in two wins for the Mastodons.
As a rookie for the South Bay Lakers – the G League affiliate of the L.A. Lakers – New Haven graduate V.J. Beachem is learning on the fly as a professional basketball player.
Senior Colin Brockhouse provided the key hit, a two-out, three-run home run to deep right center field in the top of the eighth inning to put the Cardinals (1-0) ahead for good.
The Komets earn their seventh win in eight games in the month of February as they beat Wheeling, 4-3. Roy scored with just 33 seconds remaining to take the victory.
For the third year in a row Phil’s One Stop and Marathon are teaming up with the Highlight Zone to honor a girl and a boy each week that filled up the stat sheet and led their team to a win as “Fill It Up All-Stars.”
Despite a career-high 24 kills from Pelegrin Vargas, No. 14 Fort Wayne fell to No. 6 Loyola Chicago 3-2 (27-25, 25-19, 23-25, 18-25, 15-12) on Arnie Ball Court on Friday (Feb. 16).
Carroll bested rival Homestead 55-45 in the Highlight Zone “Game of Week” as the Chargers clinched their first SAC title to headline area hoops on February 16.
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The Komets are back in action on Friday when they travel to Wheeling.