Parker Hazen said he’ll play for Valparaiso after completing his senior season.
Matt Miller will be taking his talents to East Lansing. The 16 year old Leo native has verbally committed to play hockey at Michigan State.
The six-foot-seven forward has been ranked as the 15th-best player in the country for the class of 2019.
The U16 Strikers will be playing in the U.S Youth Soccer President’s Cup championship from July 14th-17th in Tulsa Oklahoma.
Northrop grad Jordan Dickinson won’t be going far to begin his collegiate baseball career. The first baseman signed with Saint Francis on Friday at the Hutzell Athletic Center.
USA Today released their All-USA baseball teams for each state on Thursday.
Dale Doerffler spent 37 years at North Side High School as a teacher, football coach, and athletic director.
Carroll grad competes for a chance to go to Rio.
Cougars get pitching prospect.
Heritage’s Emma Fifer signed to play softball at Wright State’ Lake Campus on Thursday afternoon.
Ryan Huizing will compete for the 100 meter butterfly while Will Schrensky for the 200 meter breaststroke.
Northrop represented the area at the New Balance nationals this weekend.
Blackwell was torn between Ball State, Northern Illinois, and Toledo, but Blackwell’s decision was finalized due to Neu’s NFL coaching experience and his approach to the game.
Dwenger’s Kristina Burkhardt and Leo’s Robyn Wright and Brooke Imel represented Northeast Indiana at the ICGSA North-South All Star games on Saturday.
The seven-on-seven event organized by OPS Football Academy featured eight local teams with the Spartans and Saints advancing to the finals.
During his recently completed senior year at Marion Blackmon averaged 17.4 points and 2.9 assists a game, leading his team to a 23-7 record and the 3A state title.
If you’re a sports fan, Bluffton’s D’Wayne Eskridge might be waiting in your mailbox.
After hitting .625 and not striking out – not even once – all season, it is no surprise Bishop Dwenger’s Kristina Burkhardt is one of five finalists for this year’s Indiana Miss Softball award.
Bishop Dwenger came in fourth as a team as the two-round state tournament at Prairie View Golf Course in Carmel wrapped up Wednesday night after braving multiple weather delays.
Last years at Homestead’s starting quarterback Keszei completed 178-of-296 passes (60.1 percent) for 2,748 yards and 30 touchdowns.