De’Jour Young earned her first career double-double with 20 points and 11 rebounds, but it was not enough as the Fort Wayne women’s basketball team fell to Denver 78-72.
Whtiko and Leo picked up key wins in girls basketball action on Thursday night.
Concordia’s Sylare Starks and Homestead’s Brandon Durnell proudly showed off their new swag after being honored as Fill It Up All-Stars on the Highlight Zone on January 6th.
Bishop Dwenger edged New Haven 54-50 in overtime Wednesday night at Armstrong Arena to headline the local hoops scene.
Jared Lamothe netted three goals as Bishop Dwenger bested Leo 9-4 in a match-up between two of the area’s top teams on Wednesday night.
Homestead bested Blackhawk Christian 74-42 in a match-up of top 10 teams in their respective class while the ACAC and NECC tournaments tipped off on Tuesday night.
We are proud to honor the Huntington North girls wrestling team as our Optimum Performance Sports Team of the Week.
North Side moves up one spot to no. 5 in 4A poll, Homestead stays at 4A no. 9, Blackhawk drops to 1A no. 3.
Bellmont topped North Side 51-19 in girls basketball at By Hey Arena to headline Monday night hoops action in the area.
Homestead drops to 4A no. 2, Whitko remains no. 1 in 2A.
Snider, Homestead, and Carroll all earned a win on Friday night to stay perfect in SAC play as the first edition of the Highlight Zone in 2017 saw plenty of great action all across the board.
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The Blackhawk Christian girls topped Adams Central 44-21 on Thursday night to headline area prep basketball action.
The Leo boys basketball took down Canterbury 57-44 on Wednesday night.
The first night of high school hoops in 2017 did not disappoint with Jalan Mull hitting a game-winning shot with six seconds left in overtime to lead Blackhawk Christian over South Side 81-79.
We are proud to honor the North Side boys basketball team as our Optimum Performance Sports Team of the Week.
Warsaw kicker Andrew Mevis kicked a 46-yard field goal for Team Armour in the Under Armour All-American game.
The Homestead girls brought home their second-straight SAC Holiday Tournament title while North Side made history on the boys side winning their fourth in a row.
Top-seeded North Side will face Homestead for the SAC Holiday Tournament title on the boys side while 4A no. 1 Homestead will square off against Carroll for the girls championships following semifinal victories on Wednesday.
For the fourth year in a row WANE-TV has honored the best high school football players in northeast Indiana with the “Fab 15.”