For week one photojournalist Ross Kinsey captured the sights and sound of New Haven’s Jim Rowland as the Buldogs prepared to open the season at home against Heritage.
Offense wasn’t a problem on Tuesday night at Hancock Field as 2A no. 4 Canterbury and 2A no. 12 Carroll battled to a 5-5 draw.
4A no. 7 Carroll and 4A no. 20 Concordia both earned victories on the volleyball court Tuesday night.
The Adams Central Flying Jets defeated cross-county rival Bellmont in the final minutes of the game to open up their 2015 season. We are proud to honor the Adams Central football team as our Orthopedic Hospital and Fort Wayne Orthopedics Team of the Week.
Bishop Luers is the new no. 1 in 3A, Carroll stays no. 10 in 6A, Snider still no. 3 in 5A, Woodlan cracks top 10 in 2A, while Southern Wells is ninth in 1A.
Former Highlight Zone standout and ex-Warsaw High School football star Ben Higgins is quarterbacking a new role, as the Winona Lake resident has been tabbed as the next Bachelor on ABC’s hit show.
With week one in the books The News-Sentinel’s Justin Kenny and Glenn Marini review what we learned last Friday night and preview some of the area’s top games – includes Luers at Snider – in week two.
The 2015 Shindigz Summer Soccer Festival wrapped up at Hefner Fields on Sunday.
The Cadets made their presence known in the SAC by winning the conference’s annual preseason tournament with a three set sweep over Bishop Dwenger.
With former powerhouses, Leo and Huntington North now in the Northeast 8, teams in the ACAC hit the gridiron Friday looking to gain an early edge in the wide open conference.
Lakeland topped rival Churubusco, while Garrett blew past Prairie Heights. West Noble also picked up a rare win over rival Central Noble in overtime to highlight week one.
The quest for the Victory Bell began in the SAC on Friday night.