New Haven freshman Caleb Spencer racked up 18 saves on Monday night – pushing his season total to a national best 410 – as the Bulldogs topped East Noble 7-3 in boys soccer.
A 5-foot-10 point guard, Tharp averaged 12.7 points and 4.3 assists for Concordia as a junior.
Local conference races are heating up and The News-Sentinel prep writer Justin Kenny and WANE-TV sports director Glenn Marini break down the area’s top games in week seven of the prep football season.
Ranked second in 2A the Canterbury boys soccer team faced their toughest challenge of the regular season hosting Chesterton on Saturday, who’s ranked #1 in 2A. The Cavaliviers could not stop the Trojans, falling 2-0 at Canterbury.
The Fort Wayne High School Hockey Association began league Saturday night, September 26th with three games at the Parkview SportOne Icehouse.
IHSAA Girls Golf regionals were held on Saturday.
It’s crowded at the top of of the NECC heading into Week 6.
Woodlan and Adams Central remained the two undefeated teams in the ACAC heading into Week 6.
5A no. 2 Snider toppled Homestead 52-27 in their first meeting as conference opponents to stay undefeated atop the SAC in week six of the Highlight Zone.
Leo and Bellmont were tied for first place in the Northeast 8 heading into Week 6.
Snider was the lone team on top of the SAC at 5-0 at the start of Week 6.
This week’s Highlight Zone Play of the Week comes from Bellmont’s Caleb Hankenson.
Click here for your local football scores from week six of the prep season.
Ranked 10th in 4A, the Concordia Lutheran Cadets swept the Bishop Luers Knights, who are ranked 15th in 3A on Thursday night at Bishop Luers High School.
Snider and Homestead will meet up on the gridiron for the first time as conference opponents on Friday, but the Panthers and Spartans have a long history as sectional foes.
The proud Bishop Dwenger football program has put three state championships in the trophy case – all three coming under the watchful eye of former head coach and Indiana Football Hall of Fame member Andy Johns.
For week five photojournalist Jake Weaver captured an inside look with Adams Central and head coach Michael Mosser
Columbia City senior Brachen Hazen will be taking his talents to the Sunshine State and the six-foot-eight forward verbally committed to the University of Central Florida on Tuesday evening.