After beating 2A no. 1 Woodlan and 2A no. 13 Churubusco South Adams’ magical postseason run came to an end Friday at 2A no. 3 Eastbrook as the Starfires fell 28-21.
Garrett now will host 3A semistate against Concordia next Friday.
In 4A it was 4A no. 4 New Haven falling for the first time this season as the Bulldogs were bested by 4A no. 2 NorthWood 52-28.
6A no. 11 Homestead saw its season come to an end against 6A no. 7 Carmel in the form of a 42-7 loss at Dave S. Walters Stadium.
Four local teams brought home a regional title on Friday night headlined by 5A no. 1 Snider’s dominating 31-7 win over sixth-ranked Mishawaka at Spuller Stadium.
Carroll and Whitko’s girls basketball teams brought home wins on Friday night.
5A No. 1 Snider overcame a slow start to beat Mishawaka 31-7 to win the regional crown for the second year in a row.
Jackson Kent, Abby Johnston, and Abbie Young put pen to paper on Friday afternoon as the swimming standouts at Carroll signed for college.
The Saints won state this past Saturday down in New Castle by five points.
Click here for all your local football scores from November 11!
East Noble senior Lanie Allen tallied 31 points Thursday night at the visiting Knights handed host Wayne a 73-27 defeat to headline girls basketball around the area.
The Braves beat top-ranked Christian Academy of Indiana 3-1 Saturday in the state title match down in Muncie.
Rachel Klitzing (volleyball/Butler), Kassie Till (volleyball/West Alabama), Noah Fleming (soccer/Huntington), Nicole Fosnough (soccer/Bethel), and Becca Villanueva (basketball/Lake Superior State) signed to play college sports Thursday afternoon at Carroll High School.
Softball standout Jordyn Poulson is heading to Wright State to continue her softball career as the senior signed with the Raiders on Thursday afternoon.
A pair of Blazer baseball stars put pen to paper on Thursday afternoon as Cade Willard (IPFW) and Zach Orn (Valparaiso) signed to play in college.
Karissa McLaughlin, Madisen Parker, Jazmyne Geist, and Teryn Kline all will play college basketball next year as the Homestead seniors signed their letter of intent Wednesday night.
Six-foot-five southpaw Garrett Schoenle will continue his baseball career at the University of Cincinnati after signing with the Bearcats on Wednesday evening.
Volleyball standout Taylor Bebout will head to Hilltopper country to continue her career after signing with Western Kentucky on Wednesday afternoon.
Abbie Heischman, Makayla Hissong, Katie Crowe, Brooke Moser, and Eli Steiner, all inked letters of intent as the early signing period began.
Three standout senior student-athletes made their college choice official Wednesday afternoon at Canterbury – Briana Diehl, Mason VanHouten, and Micheal Brothers.