Inside The Zone – 10/6 – Week Eight

The SAC conference championship is very much up for grabs Friday night at Zollner Stadium in a contest The News-Sentinel’s Justin Kenny and WANE sports director Glenn Marini discuss in this week’s edition of “Inside The Zone.”

Leo, Dwenger Finish Strong at Girls Golf State Finals

In spite of cold and blustery conditions at Carmel’s Prairie View Golf Club, Bloomington South’s Cherise Otter and the Evansville North girls golf team led from start to finish to claim this year’s IHSAA state championships.

NECC & Others Week 7 Recap

West Noble can celebrate the programs first NECC championship in nearly a decade thanks to a 36-20 win over Lakeland on Friday night.

NHC Week 7 Recap

In their final match-up as NHC rivals, Carroll’s defense proved the difference in a grind it out 13-6 win over Homestead on Friday night.

ACAC Week 7 Recap

Leo stayed unbeaten in conference play, while Heritage and recovers from its week six loss.

SAC Week 7 Recap

5A no. 2 Snider topped Elkhart Central 41-13 as the Panthers prepare for two huge SAC games to close out the regular season.

10/3 Friday Night Highlight Zone

6A no. 6 Carroll topped rival 6A no. 15 Homestead 13-6 in The Highlight Zone “Game of the Week” as the Chargers maintained control of the NHC title race.

BSOC: Blackhawk And Northrop End In 1-1 Tie

SAC champion Northrop and 1A no. 8 Blackhawk Christian finished in a 1-1 tie Thursday night after a scoreless first half to headline local soccer action.

GOTW Preview: Homestead at Carroll

NHC title implications abound this Friday at Dean Gorsuch Field as Homestead travels to Carroll in The Highlight Zone “Game of the Week.”

10/1 Boys Tennis Sectional Scores

11th-ranked Carroll swept Churubusco 5-0 in the opening round of sectional boys tennis play at Carroll high school on Wednesday night.

Coach Speak: Columbia City’s Brett Fox

For week six we captured the sights and sound of Columbia City’s first-year head coach Brett Fox, who previously coached as an assistant at Eastbrook high school and Taylor University.