Newman helped New Haven win the team title at the Bellmont sectional this fall, coming in sixth individually with a time of 19:50.6.
The Leo lions pull out a 3-2 win in a triple overtime thriller over the Penn Kingsmen in the 3A state hockey finals on Saturday at the Indiana Farmers Coliseum in Indianapolis.
Bishop Dwenger finished in third place with a score of 111.8. Homestead finished in 9th place scoring 107 points led by Catherine Milne, who finished 16th place in the all-around event.
Canterbury and Warsaw are now one win away from Bankers Life Fieldhouse after winning regional titles on Saturday.
Leo is the only team hockey team northeast Indiana that will play for state title this weekend as the Lions will square off against Penn.
North Side’s Jaylen Butz, Columbia City’s Parker Hazen, Jalen Paul of Canterbury, and Ric Hall of Blackhawk Christian starred in leading their team to victory last Friday to earn Fill It Up All-Star honors for March 4.
Dylan Campbell, Tristan Douglass, Nathan Dove, Cam Fox, and Nico Morris all signed to play on the next level.
Homestead comes in 20-5 overall, winning 13 of their last 14.
As a junior Brett Feller hit .337 in 83 at bats, adding nine doubles and one home run.
For the third time this season Carroll and Homestead will battle on the basketball court – this time with the season on the line.
The 1A no. 14 Braves (16-11) will take on 1A no. 5 South Newton (23-2) at noon in the second semifinal of the Triton regional.
Bellmont named Marty Ballard head football coach at Tuesday night’s school board meeting.
New Haven soccer standouts Austin Blanton, A.J. Mettert, and Kirklan Ziambao all signed with Indiana Tech on Tuesday.
Carroll, Homestead, Warsaw, Columbia City, Angola, Westview, Canterbury, and Blackhawk Christian each earned a victory on Saturday night to claim a sectional crown.
Bishop Dwenger won the regional title with a score of 111.400
North Side’s Jaylen Butz, Columbia City’s Parker Haazen, Canterbury’s Jalen Paul, and Blackhawk Christian’s Ric Hall lead their teams to wins in sectional semi-finals earn Fill It Up All-Star honors on March 4.
A season-high 19 games hit the WANE-TV airwaves on the final night for the Highlight Zone during the 2015-16 school year as sectional semifinals took center stage on Friday.
North Side’s Haris Kostic is staying close to home to continue his soccer career as the senior inked with St. Francis on Friday afternoon.
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Warsaw’s Kyle Mangas and Blackhawk Christian’s Ben Walters starred in leading their team to victory last Friday to earn Fill It Up All-Star honors for February 26.