Four teams are one win away from heading to Lucas Oil Stadium as Snider, Bishop Dwenger, Woodlan, and Northfield are all preparing for semi-state games this Friday.
Coming off their first trip to the 4A State Championship game, the Homestead Lady Spartans began the season with a 90-29 win over Wayne.
Carroll topped Leo 58-54 to headline local girls basketball action on Friday night.
In 1A play Northfield’s stout defense held strong as the Norsemen defeated Adams Central 21-13 to capture the program’s first regional title.
Woodlan staged a remarkable comeback on Friday night, shocking Winchester 29-26 after trailing by 19 at halftime to earn the program’s first regional title since 1988.
In 3A Bellmont saw the season come to an end at the hand of a solid West Lafayette team as the Braves fell to the Red Devils 28-21 at Bob Worthman Stadium.
In 4A action Bishop Dwenger went on the road to defeated Plymouth 8-0 in a defensive battle.
Snider is one step closer to Lucas Oil Stadium, defeating Mishawaka 42-32 in a 5A regional championship.
Four local teams are a one step away from Lucas Oil Stadium as Snider, Bishop Dwenger, Woodlan, and Northfield each brought home a regional title on Friday night.
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High school students from the Career Academy at Anthis are learning hands-on as they work on the new Construction Trades building.
Snider will host Mishawaka Friday night for a 5A regional title; however the Panthers won’t exactly be at home.
Kayla Knapke led the way with 16 points but 3A no. 12 Bishop Luers could not overcome a solid Northridge squad, falling 54-45 to the Raiders on Thursday night.
Heritage High School senior Haley Hoffman is heading to the state’s capital to play her college volleyball as the Patriots’ senior signed with IUPUI on Thursday.
State champion diver Kevin Frebel of Homestead High School will continue his career in the SEC as the Spartan senior signed with the University of Kentucky on Thursday.
Heritage High School senior Andrew Saalfrank will continue his baseball career in Bloomington as the standout pitcher inked with Indiana University on Wednesday.
A talented quartet of student-athletes put pen to paper Wednesday at Carroll High School – Jacqueline Quade, Kate Novack, Madison Fruchey and Kyle Mallers.
Leo’s Brooke Imel and Anna Feldman will both continue their athletic careers in college as Imel signed with IPFW softball while Feldman inked with the Bethel College golf program on Wednesday.
Columbia City High School senior Brachen Hazen, Tyler Green, and Spencer Klimek all signed to play college sports on Wednesday afternoon.
Garrett High School senior Taylor Smith will continue her volleyball career in the Big Ten as the standout signed with the University of Maryland on Wednesday.