The DeKalb County Special Olympics joined with Garrett High School to give a group of special needs athletes a chance to experience the atmosphere of a big basketball game.
A very successful high school soccer career has paid dividends for two Homestead seniors. Morgann Williams and Victoria Hall signed will continue their playing careers have signing with separate college programs Thursday evening.
Angola used a big fourth quarter to beat Leo while Canterbury rolled in sectional basketball action on Wednesday.
Darby Maggard (Canterbury), DeJour Young (Concordia), Deja Wimby (Snider) among local players on list.
Keaton Osborn, Colten Williams, Jared Teders, and Ben Deyo all inked to play on the next level.
Elizabeth Ball, William Blume, Nick DeWald, Jackson Grahovac, Kellee O’Shaughnessy, Marcus Stepp, Lexie Royal, and Holly Weber.
Blackhawk Christian senior Travis Rippe will continue his soccer career on the next level as he signed with Huntington University Wednesday morning.
Indiana postseason basketball tipped off on Tuesday night with girls sectional action taking place all across the area.
Homestead stays at 4A no. 4, Columbia City rises to 3A no. 6, Canterbury holds at 2A no. 2.
The action comes following a brawl that erupted Saturday in Griffith High School’s gymnasium after a Hammond player fouled a Griffith player,
The Indiana High School Athletic Association and police are investigating a weekend brawl between Griffith and Hammond’s boys basketball teams.
Homestead’s boys basketball team earned at least a share of the NHC regular season title Saturday night. The Spartans moved to 6-0 in conference play with a 88-57 win at New Haven.