A strong Oral Roberts squad led by pitcher Bryce Howe held the Mastodons at bay in the Championship game of the 2015 Summit League Baseball Tournament, as the Mastodons fell 6-0 to the Golden Eagles.
Three home runs for the Lansing Lugnuts led to Fort Wayne’s demise in a 10-1 loss at Cooley Law School Stadium on Saturday night. Ruddy Giron and Duanel Jones had three hits apiece for the TinCaps, who saw their modest two-game winning streak come to an end.
It was a good day for the home teams in sectional finals.East Noble and Concordia Lutheram each hosted their sectional championships and won them on Saturday.
It was a tight race between Columbia City and Homestead at the NHC Golf tournament, but it was the Eagles who edged out the Spartans to take home the conference championship.
The 4th ranked Bishop Dwenger Saints took home the conference crown at the SAC golf tournament at Brookwood Golf Course on Saturday with a score of 289.
Trailing by one run in the 6th inning, the Homestead Spartans staged a late game comeback, scoring five runs to win the Championship game of the Bishop Luers Memorial tournament 5-2 over the Knights.
Police said Issac Griffith, 20, was arrested on three misdemeanors.
A mix-match game that saw IPFW closer Jake Weber pick up a win and top starter Evan Miller get the save, the Mastodon baseball team advanced to the Summit League Championship, where the squad will face off against top seeded Oral Roberts at 1 p.m. ET.
In 2014, Josh VanMeter became the first position player from Northeast Indiana in TinCaps history. This year? He’ll become the first TinCap from Northeast Indiana to be turned into a bobblehead.
The TinCaps staved off a furious Lansing rally in the ninth inning to win its second straight game, 5-4, over the Lugnuts at Cooley Law School Stadium.
The Carroll Chargers, ranked no. 16 in the state’s latest poll, claimed the program’s fourth-straight sectional championship by defeated Leo 4-1 on Friday night.
Carroll topped Concordia 4-1 in a cross-conference showdown Friday night at Jack Massucci Field.
On Friday Mark Beckmann signed to run cross country and track with Central Michigan University and classmate Collin Bice inked to play baseball at Rockford University.
Lakewood Park senior Chloe McRobbie will continue her softball career with Trinity Christian College.
There was extra pep in the step of Purdue fans on the heels of Caleb “Biggie” Swanigan’s commitment to the Boilermakers Thursday night at the 2015 Coaches Caravan stop in the Summit City.
NHC powers Carroll and Homestead each brought home a boys sectional title in track on Thursday night as the Chargers topped the North Side sectional while Homestead won the sectional at Wayne High School.
Snider dashed Bishop Dwenger’s hope of clinching the SAC title outright as the Panthers beat the Saints 14-4 Thursday night at Hawley Field.
The TinCaps came-from-behind and then outlasted the Lake County Captains in a 14-inning, 9-5 win at Classic Park on Thursday afternoon.
The IPFW hitting came out in full force on Thursday, as the Mastodons pounded out 19 hits and 15 runs en route to a 15-5 win over the North Dakota State Bison in the program’s first-ever Summit League Tournament win.
After a successful career guiding one of the state’s top programs Brent Faurote is stepping down Bellmont High School head wrestling coach.
New Haven’s Zack Watson will continue his football career at Rose-Hulman next fall.
In tip two of the 2015 season Bill discusses how to hit a fairway wood.
IndyCar officials aren’t certain what caused the three cars to lift off the track following mild crashes.
Huertas had qualified on the outside of Row 6 for Dale Coyne Racing for Sunday’s 99th running of the Indy 500.
A late-game rally was not enough, as IPFW out-scored South Dakota State 3-0 over the final four and a half innings of the game; however, an early 7-0 hole proved to difficult to climb out of as the Jackrabbits top the Mastodons 7-3 in the opening round of the 2015 Summit League Tournament.
Click here for local scores from Wednesday’s girls sectional tennis action.
TinCaps leftfielder Franchy Cordero shined at the plate on Wednesday evening, but it wasn’t enough to defeat the Lake County Captains, as Fort Wayne fell, 4-3.
Bishop Luers graduate Kristi O’Brien spent her Wednesday in South Bend promoting next month’s Four Winds Invitational at Blackthorn Golf Club.
Nick Thomas, Damon Gentry, Maria Moore, and Karen Zuniga all made their college choice official on Wednesday afternoon.
As a team captain, she helped the Cadets to their fifth sectional championship in six season as a 2015 First Team All-SAC averaging 18.5 points per game, 7.1 rebounds, 2.6 assists, and 1.5 steals.
East Noble senior Garrett Pepple has been named to the 2015 High School All-American Team by Wrestling USA.
IPFW head coach Jon Coffman has announced the signing of Leo Edwards, a former Louisiana Tech student-athlete.
IndyCar driver James Hinchcliffe was been moved out of intensive care Wednesday, two days after surgery on his left thigh and pelvic area following a frightening crash during practice for the Indianapolis 500.
Soccer standout Sidney Clay will continue her career at Anderson University as the senior signed with the DIII Ravens on Wednesday afternoon.