Carroll bested rival Homestead 55-45 in the Highlight Zone “Game of Week” as the Chargers clinched their first SAC title to headline area hoops on February 16.
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For the third year in a row Phil’s One Stop and Marathon are teaming up with the Highlight Zone to honor a girl and a boy each week that filled up the stat sheet and led their team to a win as “Fill It Up All-Stars.”
Carroll clinched the conference title with a win over Homestead on the road in the Highlight Zone ‘Game of the Week,’ 55-45. Junior David Ejah led the way with 13 points and 11 rebounds for the Chargers.
A trio of Spartans signed their letters of intent to continue their baseball careers in college on Thursday. Justin Miller (IPFW) Isaac Bair (UIndy) and Malik Wirges (Butler) all put pen to paper.
It’s the final tune up before sectionals. New Haven beats South Side and Blackhawk Christian cruise past Smith Academy on Thursday night.
The Central Noble girls basketball team will compete in their first ever state title game on Saturday. The Cougars face Winchester in the Class 2A Championship at 12:45 P.M.
Sports director Glenn Marini caught up with Reggie Hearn during the All-Star break when he was back in town. Watch the full interview here!
Warsaw Community High School student Joshua Fisher has been named the 2018 Poetry Out Loud Indiana State champion. In April, Fisher will move on to compete for the national Poetry Out Loud title in Washington, D.C.
It’s time for the playoffs as local teams took part in the Memorial Cup Playoffs. Leo topped Fort Wayne, 6-1.
The Snider senior signed his letter of intent on Wednesday with Ohio Christian University to compete in track.
Megan Gilpin, Aaron Garcia, and Cole Marchildon all signed to play college soccer on Tuesday evening at the Fort Wayne Sport Club.
Homestead topped DeKalb, Wayne bested Canterbury, and New Haven outlasted Leo in overtime to headline area prep hoops on Tuesday night.
East Noble cracks 4A top 10, Westview stays 2A no. 2, Blackhawk Christian rises to 1A no. 1 while Southwood jumps to 1A no. 3.
Underrated and overlooked all year long, Carroll beat Homestead on Friday to clinch the conference title, 55-45. We are proud to honor the Chargers as the Optimum Performance Sports ‘Team of the Week.’
1A no. 2 Blackhawk Christian bested Northrop 68-53 at Mark Schoeff Gymnasium to headline area boys basketball on Monday night.
This week’s winner was Central Noble’s Sydney Freeman, who’s lay-up late in the fourth quarter sealed a semi-state win for the Cougars and sent her team to the 2A state title game.
Boys high school basketball sectionals are set to be revealed. The tournament will officially begin on February 27th – and teams hope to make it all the way to Bankers Life Fieldhouse on March 24th for the state title games.
Fort Wayne native Austin Hatch suited up and walked out on the floor on senior day at Michigan. It was the first time in three years that he had been in uniform for the Wolverines.
The Panthers pushed No. 6 Indianapolis Cathedral and couldn’t pull off the upset. The Irish win, 74-70.