For the second year in a row longtime rivals Carroll and Homestead have been pitted against one another in the 6A sectional 3 championship.
Forty of the nation’s elite girls high school soccer players will take part in the third Annual High School All-American Game on December 5, 2015 in Raleigh, N.C.
A sectional semifinals are scheduled for this Friday night and fans in northeast Indiana will be treated to a strong slate of games.
Here are the results from Saturday’s Volleyball Sectional Finals.
The Canterbury girls soccer team is heading back to Indy. The defending 1A state champions punched their ticket to their second straight state championship with a 3-0 win over Mishawka Marian.
Carroll’s girls and boys cross country teams swept sectionals, regionals and now semi-state. Both teams topped the team standings at the New Haven Semi-State on Saturday.
In 2A sectional 35 play Woodlan’s perfect season continued as the Warriors downed Central Noble 42-7.
Bishop Luers made the trip to Northwestern well worth it, scoring 82 points in a high scoring sectional opener
Eight local teams will be moving on to the semi-final round of the 4A sectionals next Friday.
6A Sectional 3 saw a rematch of last year’s sectional semifinals.
Sectional action kicked off all across northeast Indiana and Bishop Luers stole the show, scoring 82 points in a road win at Northwestern as the Knights began their quest for the program’s first 3A state title after winning 11 on the 2A level.
Click here for all the local scores from the first Friday of sectional play.
Sectional football play opens on Friday and in 6A Carroll will host Warsaw in one of the area’s most anticipated round one games.
Sectional volleyball action began in earnest on Thursday night with Bishop Luers and Huntington North posting victories.
On Wednesday boys basketball teams from all across Northeast Indiana spoke to WANE-TV at media day as they prepare for the upcoming season.
Carroll topped Summit City 5-3 in city hockey action on Wednesday night, keeping the Chargers tied with Bishop Dwenger and Leo atop the Fort Wayne High School Hockey Association standings.
For week nine photojournalist Jake Weber went into the Central Noble locker room with head coach Jeremy Yates.
Luke Amstutz of East Noble High School has been named the Colts/NFL Coach of the Week, a program presented by Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield.
Last year’s 3A state champ Concordia had little trouble in the Cadets’ first playoff match on the 4A level, sweeping Jay County 3-0 in opening round sectional play on Tuesday night.
Snider stays 5A no. 5, Dwenger up to 4A no. 3, Leo rises to 4A no. 6, East Noble ranked 8th in 4A, Luers holds at 3A no. 6, Woodlan stays 2A no. 4, while Adams Central falls one spot to 1A no. 8.