Each Monday from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. you’ll be able to vote on the Wendy’s “Play of the Week.”
The draw for the 95th ACAC boys basketball tournament and the 44rd ACAC girls tournament was held Monday afternoon down in Decatur.
Homestead, Concordia, Tippecanoe Valley, Angola, Central Noble, and Northfield all ranked in respective top ten.
The 6-foot-6, 285-pound Tippmann picked the Badgers over offers from Iowa, Purdue, Indiana, Cincinnati, and several MAC programs.
Keion Brooks Jr. scored a school-record 52 points as North Side bested South Side in the Highlight Zone “Game of the Week” while the South Side girls edged Northrop in a match-up of unbeatens.
For the third year in a row Phil’s One Stop and Marathon are teaming up with the Highlight Zone to honor a girl and a boy each week that filled up the stat sheet and led their team to a win as “Fill It Up All-Stars.”
Click here to see all your local boys and girls basketball scores from Friday, December 15!
Jay County held on to beat Heritage while Woodlan edged Southern Wells as ACAC girls basketball took center stage on the prep hoops scene Thursday night.
An IFCA all-state selection in 6A, Covington racked up 182 carries for 1,373 yards and 24 rushing TDs as a senior.
Wayne edged New Haven in boys while 4A no. 5 Homestead bested Norwell on the road in girls action to highlight the local hoops scene on Wednesday.
South Side senior Thomas Romero is staying close to home to continue his baseball career as the Archers standout signed with Ivy Tech on Wednesday.
Snider senior Logan Schmucker made his college choice official on Wednesday morning, signing with IU Kokomo.
Bishop Dwenger rallied to top DeKalb while Eastside swept a double header at their old gym on Throwback Night to headline Tuesday’s local prep basketball action.
The Lady Archers are off to their best start in program history as they are 9-0 including a comeback victory over Heritage Christian on Saturday. We are proud to honor South Side as the Optimum Performance Sports Team of the Week.
A 5-foot-10 post player, Taniece Chapman has helped lead the Archers to a perfect 10-0 record so far this season.
North Side falls to 4A no. 9, Westview up to 2A no. 4, Blackhawk Christian stays put at 1A no. 5.
Jim Rowland is New Haven’s all-time wins leader on the football field with a record for 114-80.
The Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame Board of Directors announces the 2018 Women’s Induction Class to be honored on Saturday, April 28, 2018.
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This week’s winner – earning 52% of the vote – was Concordia’s Carissa Garcia.
Homestead remains 4A no. 5, Tippecanoe Valley & Concordia rise in 3A top 10 while Angola falls, Central Noble drops one spot to 2A no. 9.