Gabriel Desjardins scored three goals as the Komets end their losing streak by beating Tulsa on Sunday night, 6-1.
Johnson got the offense jump-started by scoring 21 points and Morgan did the dirty work on defense to help the Hoosiers overcome a rugged start Sunday and pull away from South Florida 70-53.
Kicker Matt Prater drilled a 52-yard field goal with 1:35 remaining to give Detroit to a 27-24 win over the Chicago Bears. Detroit (6-4) won its third consecutive game and improved to 4-1 on the road.
Dalton’s three touchdown throws and a defense that contributed two takeaways helped the Bengals beat the Broncos 20-17 Sunday for their first win in Denver since 1975, when franchise founder Paul Brown was their head coach.
Despite the awful weather, including heavy rains and a howling win, Saint Francis would win, 26-21, and advance to the quarterfinals of the NAIA Football Championship Series.
Brandon Wimbush connected with Kevin Stepherson twice and added his 14th rushing TD of the year as the Irish scored on three straight possessions late in the longest-running matchup between teams from different regions of the country, dating to 1927.
Trine scores 42 unanswered points to come back and beat Monmouth (Ill.) in the first game of the DIII Football Tournament on a rain afternoon Saturday, 63-24.
Fort Wayne men’s basketball picked up a 67-51 win at UIC on Saturday (Nov. 18) afternoon against a Flames team picked to finish third in the Horizon League.
It’s a round-robin day at the Kilmer Klassic girls basketball tournament as Snider, Canterbury, Northrop and Hamilton Heights all played.
Indiana (5-6, 2-6 Big Ten) has won two straight to move within one victory of becoming bowl eligible for a school-record tying third straight season.
With a win next week against Indiana, with the Old Oaken Bucket at stake, the Boilermakers will be bowling for the first time since the 2012 season.
Due to weather and lightning in the area, No. 1 seeded St. Francis has delayed their game against No. 15 Benedictine (Kan.) in the opening round of the NAIA Tournament. The game is tentatively set to begin at 6 P.M.
Check out these extended highlights and interviews from the Woodlan Warriors as Woodlan topped Eastbrook 15-14 at 2A semi-state and will play for a state title next Saturday at Lucas Oil Stadium!
Woodlan is heading to state for the first time since 1981 thanks to a last-second field goal while Bishop Dwenger saw its season come to an end with a loss at semi-state.
Saints head coach Chris Svarczkopf called this group of seniors his “favorite class” for the amount of adversity they pushed through as Bishop Dwenger loses to Lowell in the 4A semi-state game on Friday night, 21-7.
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Woodlan’s Luke Crilly nailed a 22-yard field goal as time expired to send the Warriors to the 2A state title game with a 15-14 win at Eastbrook on Friday night!
4A no. 8 Homestead bested 3A no. 3 Concordia 60-31 in a match-up of teams that finished 1-2 in the SAC standings last season to highlight girls hoops action on Friday night.
Mike McMurty scored for Kansas City in the extra period to beat the Komets on Friday night, 4-3. Fort Wayne has only played in two overtime games this year – and they have lost them both.
The former Bishop Luers and Indiana guard returned to Fort Wayne on Saturday but the Mad Ants beat the 87ers, 127-115. Blackmon Jr had 20 points on the night.