14th-ranked Canterbury topped Bishop Luers 4-1 to earn the program’s third-straight sectional title on Thursday night at the Jimmy Clark Community Tennis Center.
With the help of Erin’s House For Grieving Children Snider’s Gabe Swardson has blossomed into a successful swimmer, student, and volunteer.
Canterbury rolled in the sectional semifinals while Bishop Luers edged Homestead at the Jim Clark Tennis Complex Wednesday evening.
Homestead head softball coach Tom Clagg won his 300th game on Tuesday then got a chance to celebrate on Wednesday.
Sheldon is hitting .471 this season with three home runs and 20 RBI.
The Northrop girls won the 25th sectional title in program history as the Bruins topped the field at Spuller Stadium on Tuesday.
We are proud to honor the Bishop Luers girls tennis team as your Optimum Performance Sports Team of the Week.
He guided the Eagles to the best season in program history in 2014-15, as Busco finished 22-4 and won the NECC title.
A six-foot-six post player, Hill helped the Redskins finish 18-7 last season.
Thomas Parker alone scored seven runs for Huntington North in the first two innings of the team’s 12-9 win over Carroll.
Robyn Hall’s walk off single in the seventh inning lifted Leo to a 5-4 win over conference rival DeKalb to clinch the Northeast 8 title.
Three Northrop seniors sign to play college sports on Friday as Mohamed Abdirahman, Jagger Surface, and Brett Woods all inked letters of intent.
Cezi Wright says she will primarily focus on hurdles at Indiana Wesleyan.
Wright was a first-team All-SAC selection as a senior, leading the Cadets to a 30-5 overall record.
Robert Peck will run cross country at IPFW; Jordan Hopkins will run cross country at St. Joseph’s; Li’Donta Hicks-Gentry will play basketball at Sinclair Community College.
At six-foot-one, Bottone is a left-handed pitcher and and outfielder for the Knights.
A 5-foot-10 forward, Thompson averaged 13.3 points and 9.4 rebounds a game as a senior.
Carroll scored two runs in top of the seventh inning to defeat rival Homestead 2-1 in dramatic fashion Wednesday night in Aboite.
Former Purdue standout and Oak Hill High School graduate Courtney Delks has been named the head girls basketball coach at Marion High School.
Wappes will run both track and cross country for the Spartans.