We are proud to honor the Leo softball team as your Optimum Performance Sports Team of the Week.
Bishop Luers Defensive Tackle Savion Golden will continue his football career at Trine University.
The game is slated to be the second game of the season for the Boilermakers on Monday, Nov. 14. TV designations and time will be announced at a later date. It is the lone Gavitt Games contest to be played that night.
The guard signed with the Spartans on Monday night.
Homestead runner Grace Walther will continue her cross country and track career at Indiana University.
There was plenty of talent at Spiece Fieldhouse for the annual Bill Hensley Memorial Run-N-Slam.
Devin and Daniel Sparks will remain teammates on the next level as the twins from Concordia signed to play lacrosse at Saint Leo University in Tampa, Florida on Friday afternoon.
Bishop Luers seniors Jordan Turpchinoff, Luis Munoz, and Christian Ulman each signed to play college soccer on Thursday afternoon.
Zach Davis, David Ehlers, and Todd & Tariq Jackson all made their college decision official on Thursday afternoon by signing letters of intent.
Columbia City basketball standout Brachen Hazen is heading to SEC country as the senior announced his commitment to the University of Arkansas on Tuesday night.
We are proud to honor the East Noble girls track team as your Optimum Performance Sports Team of the Week.
Wayne senior Carlos Sanchez won’t have to go too far to continue his football career as the prep standout signed with St. Francis on Tuesday afternoon.
Horizon Christian seniors Sheddrick Porter and Jamaree White are both heading to Central Lakes College in Minnesota after signing with the Raiders on Friday.
The Northrop athletic department announced Monday night that Rashida Ray has been hired as the new girls basketball coach.
The 24th annual Nancy Rehm Border Wars were held on Sunday afternoon at the Hutzell Center at Saint Francis.
The Northrop Bruins continued their success over the SAC’s top teams taking down Bishop Dwenger 8-2 and 2-1 in a Saturday doubleheader.
Three area seniors will continue their athletic careers in college.
The 2016 Parkview Medicine High School Baseball Series got started with two games on Tuesday as New Haven topped Woodlan while Concordia edged North Side.
Everingham led DeKalb for six seasons from 2008-14. His Baron teams went 67-72.
We are proud to honor the Wawasee boys golf team as your Optimum Performance Sports Team of the Week.