11/13 Inside The Zone – Semi-State Preview

Both Bishop Dwenger and Woodlan are a win away from the state title game and The News-Sentinel’s Justin Kenny and WANE sports director Glenn Marini break down this week’s semi-state match-up in an all new edition of “Inside The Zone!”

South Side opens season with win over Bishop Luers

The Archers earned the victory in their first game of the year over Bishop Luers, 54-41. They have added Wayne-transfer Shamari Tyson and 5’11” freshman Lamyia Woodson to their roster. 

11/10 Girls Basketball Recap

3A no. 12 Norwell bested 2A no. 15 South Adams while Carroll more than doubled up Leo to headline girls basketball action on Friday.

11/10 Highlight Zone – Regional Championships

Six Indiana teams began the the night but only two would walk away with a regional title as Bishop Dwenger and Woodlan each claimed a regional championship while Snider, Angola, Bishop Luers, and Southwood saw their postseason run come to and end.

11/9 Girls Basketball Recap

4A no. 8 Homestead rolled 4A no. 11 Northridge 67-37 to headline area girls basketball on Thursday night.

Cavalcade of Carroll seniors put pen to paper

Justin Becker, Ari Bolinger, Tim Cater, Kelli Damman, Maggie Falater, Lansgton Ginder, Connor Goetz, Hayden Jones, Makaela Lochmueller, and Riley Perlich all signed to play college sports on Thursday.

GOTW Preview: Bishop Dwenger at Angola

Two of the area’s top two teams will go head-to-head for a regional title Friday night as 4A no. 8 Bishop Dwenger travels to 4A no. 5 Angola in the Highlight Zone “Game of the Week.”

Knipscheers lead Bishop Dwenger over Summit City

Louie Knipscheer and Griffin Knipscheer each found the net in the first period for Bishop Dwenger as the Saints bested the Summit City Panthers 5-1 on Wednesday night to headline area prep hockey.

DeKalb basketball standout Leigha Brown signs with Nebraska

After racking up a triple-double in DeKalb’s first game of the season then 53 points in their second game there is no doubt Leigha Brown is a big time talent – and she’s taking that big time talent to the Big Ten.