In a word, Northrop’s performance was dominating by both the boys and girls teams at the SAC Meet at North Side High School
The scholarship offers for Keion Brooks Jr. have been flying in from major college programs – Indiana, Kansas, and Ohio State have all offered in the past few weeks.
Trey King will play at Indiana Tech, while Collin Webb will suit up for Concordia University Ann Arbor.
Both Carroll seniors signed on Thursday afternoon.
The 5-foot-9 guard helped the Legends to a 27-3 record this past season and a trip to the 4A state title game.
Rose Hoskins will play soccer for the Cougars, while Marisa Wigent will run track and cross country.
Steffen, an all-SAC selection, led the Cadets to the 2016 SAC championship and a fifth-place finish as the state meet. As an individual, Noah came in seventh at state.
The SAC track meet has a new format, but some of the same old power programs are atop the standings.
Snider scored three runs in the bottom of the first and never looked back as the Panthers topped Wayne 12-2 in six innings on Tuesday evening at Hawley Field.
The Homestead girls track & field team earns the Lime City Relay victory and we’re proud to honor them as our Optimum Performance Sports Team of the Week.
Snider’s Malik Williams earned MVP honors to help Indiana complete the sweep of Ohio in the Nancy Rehm Border Wars Classic, 117-106.
Homestead’s Karissa McLaughlin, Jazmyne Geist, Madisen Parker and Teryn Kline lifted the Indiana squad to the victory in the Nancy Rehm Border Wars Classic, 79-58.
Zach Terrell will sign with the Baltimore Ravens and Seth Coate has been invited to Arizona Cardinals minicamp.
Leo lead-off hiter Alexa Allen is just nine hits shy – just like her personality – of breaking the Indiana all-time hits record.
When the Indiana All-Stars face Kentucky this summer Homestead’s Karissa McLaughlin will be easy to spot – she’ll be the one wearing the no. 1 jersey.
Concordia Lutheran standout Drew Bordner signed his of intent to continue his athletic career at Corcordia University in Ann Arbor.
Columbia City’s Dyson Redden signed his letter of intent to play football at Indiana Wesleyan Friday afternoon.
For the first time since Snider’s Tiffany Gooden won it in 1994, a player from Fort Wayne is Indiana’s Miss Basketball.
Covington led the Panthers in both scoring (19.6 ppg.) and rebounding (8.7 rpg.) as a senior. The Panthers finished 14-7 overall.
Karissa McLaughlin was named to the all-state first team, while teammate Madisen Parker & Tippecanoe Valley’s Anne Secrest were selected second team all-state.