For the first time since Snider’s Tiffany Gooden won it in 1994, a player from Fort Wayne is Indiana’s Miss Basketball.
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The South Bend Cubs (Chicago Cubs) took advantage of two errors to knock off the TinCaps, 5-1, on Thursday night at Parkview Field.
The Indianapolis Colts continued their defensive remap Thursday by taking Ohio State safety Malik Hooker with the 15th overall pick in the NFL draft.
Myles Garrett was the consensus best player in the NFL draft, and Cleveland made sure he didn’t go anywhere else.
The Chicago Bears drafted their latest quarterback of the future, grabbing North Carolina’s Mitchell Trubisky with the No. 2 pick on Thursday night after trading up a spot with the San Francisco 49ers.
Allen’s success on the diamond hasn’t been the only joy in his family’s life this season. His older brother Phillip, who has been disabled since the age of two, left his family’s home for the first time in eight years today.
Covington led the Panthers in both scoring (19.6 ppg.) and rebounding (8.7 rpg.) as a senior. The Panthers finished 14-7 overall.
Karissa McLaughlin was named to the all-state first team, while teammate Madisen Parker & Tippecanoe Valley’s Anne Secrest were selected second team all-state.
Purdue and TCU announced a two-game series in football, with the first one coming in 2019 and the next a decade later.
Three Spartan seniors will now play basketball on the next level, as Brandon Durnell (Spring Arbor), Jack Ferguson (Colgate), and Parker Manges (Wabash) all signed on Wednesday evening.
The no. 19-ranked Indiana Tech baseball team broke out the bats for the second day in a row as they defeated crosstown rival Saint Francis, 21-9, in eight innings on Wednesday afternoon at Cougar Field.
Despite nine hits, the Fort Wayne TinCaps ended their seven-game road trip with an 8-2 loss to the West Michigan Whitecaps (Detroit Tigers) on Wednesday afternoon at Fifth Third Ballpark.
The Komets and Walleye finished 1-2 in the Central Division they seemed destined to square off in the postseason – and they will starting Friday with game one of their second round series.
The No. 19-ranked Indiana Tech baseball team defeated No. 24-ranked and regional rival Huntington, 15-9, on Tuesday evening at Warrior Field in non-conference action.
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Visiting Huntington University felt right at home at Westendorf Field on Tuesday, sweeping host Saint Francis in a double header.
Fort Wayne baseball dropped a non-conference contest at Purdue on Tuesday (April 25) evening 18-0.
A tight game at the stretch turned into a lop-sided, 12-3 loss for the TinCaps against the West Michigan Whitecaps (Detroit Tigers) at Fifth Third Ballpark on Tuesday afternoon.
Forward also selected to All-Rookie squad.
The Fort Wayne softball team wrapped up non-league play on a high note as the Mastodons defeated Bowling Green 7-1.