4A no. 6 Leo opened the season with a 53-21 win at Lions Field against South Bend Riley thanks to a huge night from Trenton Bonner.
Our Week 10 Play of the Week from South Side’s Eldridge Wells helped South Side to an upset over Leo in the first round of sectional play.
6A no. 18 Carroll won in its first-ever trip to Luersfield, beating the 3A no. 4 Bishop Luers 38-27 in the first Highlight Zone “Game of the Week” to open the 2016 season.
Nic Novotny scored three touchdowns to lead Carroll to a 38-27 win over Bishop Luers in our Highlight Zone “Game of the Week.”
Garrett opened up the season on a high note, scoring 12 seconds into the game on their way to a 48-12 win over Prairie Heights.
Woodlan proved they are still a forced to be reckoned with even without Mitchell VanBrocklin in a 32-22 win over Eastside.
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A relatively new SAC rivalry will be renewed Friday night at Luersfield as Bishop Luers plays host to Carroll in the Highlight Zone “Game of the Week” to open the 2016 season.
Deaf and a special needs student, the senior of Burmese heritage has overcome many obstacles to suit up for the Legends football program.
During his recently completed senior year at Marion H.S. Blackmon averaged 17.4 points and 2.9 assists a game, leading his team to a 23-7 record and the 3A state title.
With 16 starters back from last year’s 9-3 team 5th year head coach Chris DePew has high hopes for the Railroaders in 2016.
Following a spectacular 13-1 season that saw the Warriors capture the ACAC title and make it all the way to semi-state Sherwood Haydock and Woodlan will look to carry that momentum to Etzler Field in 2016.
Snider and Bishop Dwenger both ranked no. 1 in respective class.
Ranked no. 17 in the 4A preseason state poll, the Concordia volleyball team earned a quality win out of the gate on Monday night, beating Homestead 3-1 in Aboite.
The 2016 prep football season kicks off on Friday and that means “Inside The Zone” is back Mondays on wane.com providing you with expert analysis every week!
Whitko shooter Amy Hurd took home top marks from the NASP/IBO Outdoor Shooting Championship this weekend.
Ranked a three star recruit Hippenhammer took to Twitter to announce his commitment using a video he put together. In the video it shows the other teams he was considering, Iowa, IU, Michigan State, and Wake Forest.
Teams from all over northeast Indiana hit the field on Friday night for their final tune-up before the regular season kicks off next week.
It’s been a rough few days with all the heat and humidity, but loyal high school football fans say they are making the best of it