Heritage’s Emma Fifer signed to play softball at Wright State’ Lake Campus on Thursday afternoon.
Ryan Huizing will compete for the 100 meter butterfly while Will Schrensky for the 200 meter breaststroke.
Northrop represented the area at the New Balance nationals this weekend.
Blackwell was torn between Ball State, Northern Illinois, and Toledo, but Blackwell’s decision was finalized due to Neu’s NFL coaching experience and his approach to the game.
Dwenger’s Kristina Burkhardt and Leo’s Robyn Wright and Brooke Imel represented Northeast Indiana at the ICGSA North-South All Star games on Saturday.
The seven-on-seven event organized by OPS Football Academy featured eight local teams with the Spartans and Saints advancing to the finals.
During his recently completed senior year at Marion Blackmon averaged 17.4 points and 2.9 assists a game, leading his team to a 23-7 record and the 3A state title.
If you’re a sports fan, Bluffton’s D’Wayne Eskridge might be waiting in your mailbox.
After hitting .625 and not striking out – not even once – all season, it is no surprise Bishop Dwenger’s Kristina Burkhardt is one of five finalists for this year’s Indiana Miss Softball award.
Bishop Dwenger came in fourth as a team as the two-round state tournament at Prairie View Golf Course in Carmel wrapped up Wednesday night after braving multiple weather delays.
Last years at Homestead’s starting quarterback Keszei completed 178-of-296 passes (60.1 percent) for 2,748 yards and 30 touchdowns.
Bishop Dwenger sits tied for third as a team while Saints senior Callahan Elzey is tied for third as an individual following a wet, weather-interrupted first round at the IHSAA boys state golf tournament hosted by Prairie View Golf Club in Carmel.
We are proud to honor the Homestead boys golf team as our Optimum Performance Sports Team of the Week.
Two-time Super Bowl Champ and Harding graduate Trai Essex is in town this week hosting a youth football camp.
The Indiana All-Stars defeated Kentucky 106-84 for their 15th straight win over their cross-state rivals.
Canterbury’s Kyra Foster and Carroll’s Dana Huck and Mia Toscos saw their seasons end at the state semi-final at Park Tudor.
D’Wayne Eskridge hold three state titles, was named Indiana Mr. Track and Field on Friday, and shattered records at Bluffton High School. Despite the accolades, championships, and success D’Wayne is hanging up his spikes and calling it a career.
The Blackhawk Christian baseball team saw its season come to an end with a 2-1 loss to Daleville at the Plymouth semi-state.
Bluffton High School senior D’Wayne Eskridge was named Mr. Track and Field in the state of Indiana on Friday night by the Indiana Association of Track and Cross Country Coaches.
After dropping the first set at the state quarterfinals Canterbury freshman Kyra Foster showed poise beyond her years as the tennis phenom rallied to win in three sets and advances to tomorrow’s state semifinals.
Carroll’s Dana Huck and Mia Toscos improved to 27-0 on the season and advanced to the state semifinals with a 6-0, 6-2 victory on Friday afternoon.
Despite a trio of talented players from northeast Indiana the Indiana Junior All-Stars could not defeat the Senior All-Stars at Thursday night’s exhibition game in Lebanon, falling 119-67.
Snider’s Malik Williams scored 15 points and grabbed six rebounds to help lead the Indiana Junior All-Stars to a 103-90 win over the Senior All-Stars at Thursday night’s exhibition game in Lebanon.
The Homestead boys golf team brought home the third regional title in program history by shooting a 299 to edge Columbia City by two strokes at Stonehenge Golf Club on Thursday.
Canterbury’s Kyra Foster is only a freshman, but she’s already established herself as one of the best girls tennis players in Indiana as she heads to the state finals this week in Indianapolis.