It was a showdown of the best of the Midwest today in the 2015 Nancy Rehm Border Wars.
Friends, family, and former students gathered at Concordia Lutheran High School on Saturday morning for the unveiling of the newly named Massucci Baseball Field. The rain delayed the ceremony, but the school did hold a reception to honor the Hall of Fame coach.
Columbia City football standouts Braden Myer and Michael Simmons will be teammates on the college level as both signed with Trine University on Friday afternoon.
Tuesday, junior Ryan Okoniewski threw Bellmont’s first no-hitter in 19 years as the hurler blanked South Side. It only took 24 hours for the Braves to garner another one, as junior Mason Shinabery no-hit North Side on Wednesday night to give the program back-to-back gems.
A pair of Carroll seniors put pen to paper on Wednesday afternoon, with Emily McDermit signing to play golf at Grace College and Stacey Metzger choosing to run distance at Grand Valley State.
New Haven senior Travis Crowe is heading north to continue his football career as he signed with Trine University on Wednesday afternoon.
The St. Paul’s Lutheran boys basketball team is your Orthopedic Hospital of Lutheran Health Network Team of the Week.
Bishop Dwenger’s Kyle Hartman is heading to Huntington as the senior standout signed with the Foresters basketball program on Tuesday afternoon.
Leo and Homestead both came up winners Monday night at Parkview Field on the opening night of the 2015 Parkview Sports Medicine High School Baseball Series.
The 64th Annual North Side Relays were held at North Side High School on Saturday.
The 27th Annual North vs. South Indiana All Star Classic was held on Sunday at Indiana Wesleyan University.
Homestead High School senior Caleb Swanigan scored four points as his East team fell to the West 118-116 in the Jordan Brand Classic on Friday night.