The Eastside Blazers are looking to build off the success they found in 2015 as the 2016 season gets underway.
The West Noble Chargers will look to get back to their winning ways in 2016.
The Whitko Wildcats will have a new look in 2016.
A native of Huntington, and now a resident of Roanoke, Godfroy grew up at St. Mary and Sts. Peter and Paul parishes and attended Huntington Catholic and then Bishop Luers High School. He graduated from Bishop Luers in 2006 and then earned a bachelor degree in education at Miami University of Ohio in 2010. Godfroy and his wife Janna have been married for five years and are members of St. Joseph Parish, Roanoke.
NACS swimmers took fourth place overall out of 95 teams in the state. SWAC took 6th place overall.
Local football players had a chance to learn football fundamentals the Hoosier way as IU coaches came to Homestead High School on their INvasion tour on Sunday.
Jaren Jackson Jr, the son of former Mad Ants assistant coach and NBA champion Jaren Jackson, has become one of the most highly sought after recruits in the country.
Spiece Gym Rats Fancher guard Brandon Nichols torched the twine on Friday evening, winning the senior three-point contest at the GRBA National Tournament skills competition at By Hey Arena.
Garrett and Fairfield shared the NECC Big Division Crown and Eastside claimed the Small Division. All three teams are poised to make another run at the conference title.
The Whitko Wildcats were the only school to represent the Three Rivers Conference at High School Football Media Day.
Woodlan emerged as the powerhouse of the ACAC in 2015 with Adams Central not too far behind.
The Summit Athletic Conference produced two of last year’s six state champions.
Three teams shared the first ever Northeast 8 football title last year, Bellmont, East Noble and Leo.
Twenty-nine high school football programs attended the annual Media Day at North Side High School. The Highlight Zone spoke with 80 players and coaches.
Rauch spent the last two seasons at DeKalb, guiding the Barons to a 23-23 overall record.
“I heard from I.U. recently – this past week,” Butz said. “I’ve heard from Purdue. A lot of Big Ten schools are starting to get on me.”
Former IPFW women’s basketball coach Chris Paul has been named the new boys basketball coach at Churubusco.
The head football coach was diagnosed with lymphoma last summer and had 12 inches removed from his colon and small intestine. Two more surgeries and six chemo treatments later, his body is clear of cancer.
Parker Hazen said he’ll play for Valparaiso after completing his senior season.
Matt Miller will be taking his talents to East Lansing. The 16 year old Leo native has verbally committed to play hockey at Michigan State.
The six-foot-seven forward has been ranked as the 15th-best player in the country for the class of 2019.
The U16 Strikers will be playing in the U.S Youth Soccer President’s Cup championship from July 14th-17th in Tulsa Oklahoma.
Northrop grad Jordan Dickinson won’t be going far to begin his collegiate baseball career. The first baseman signed with Saint Francis on Friday at the Hutzell Athletic Center.
USA Today released their All-USA baseball teams for each state on Thursday.
Dale Doerffler spent 37 years at North Side High School as a teacher, football coach, and athletic director.