Carroll’s Cam Boyce broke a scoreless tie with 53.1 seconds remaining in the third period as the Chargers edged Leo 1-0 to win the Memorial Cup as the city tournament champions.
Hill racked up 1,452 assists during her career with the Vikings.
A quartet of Snider standouts will be heading to the next level and Bre Kopke, Haley Matthias, Jake Mayhew and Matt Thornson all inked to play in college on Wednesday morning.
Karissa McLaughlin of Homestead was named to the Indiana Junior All-Stars Core Group while Homestead’s Madisen Parker and Tippecanoe Valley’s Anne Secrest were named to the North Group.
The 106th annual Indiana high school boys basketball tournament tipped off all around northeast Indiana on Tuesday night with first round sectional play.
We are proud to honor the Huntington North girls bowling team as your Optimum Performance Sports Team of the Week.
Homestead seniors Alex Bradtmiller, Joey Deeter, and Bailey Waugh will be teammates on the next level as each signed to play college baseball at IU South Bend on Tuesday.
DeKalb’s all-time leading receiver Will Chrisman is heading to the Summit City to continue his career as the Barons standout inked with St. Francis on Tuesday afternoon.
Warsaw up one spot to 4A no. 5, Carroll & Homestead receiving 4A votes, Angola & Columbia City receiving 3A votes, Southwood getting votes in 2A, Blackhawk receiving votes in 1A.
Homestead’s Kevin Frebel didn’t just win back-to-back diving state titles. He dominated his way two a pair of state championships.
The junior announced her verbal commitment to BGSU on Twitter Sunday afternoon.
Carroll and Leo advanced to play each other in the Memorial Cup Final on Wednesday.
IHSAA gymnastics sectionals were held at Concordia Lutheran High School on Saturday afternoon.
Ryan Huizing of Carroll (Fort Wayne) captured the 100 butterfly in 48.51 and then led off the Chargers’ winning 400 freestyle relay with Zachary Sagan, Parker Bull and Jackson Kent in 3:05.10.
Warsaw’s Kyle Mangas and Blackhawk’s Ben Walters both had big nights in leading their respective team to victory on Friday night to earn Fill It Up All-Star honors on February 26.
Warsaw edged Carroll 32-29 in a 4A top 10 showdown to close out the boys basketball regular season Friday night in the Highlight Zone “Game of the Week.”
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Two top ten teams in this week’s 4A state poll will clash in the Highlight Zone “Game of the Week” as sixth-ranked Warsaw travels to no. 9 Carroll Friday night.
Homestead’s Jack Ferguson led his team to a victory over rival Carroll last Friday to earn Fill It Up All-Star honors for February 19.
Out in Aboite Homestead rallied from a 14 point halftime deficit to beat DeKalb 62-59.