The Summit Athletic Conference is back to ten again as five doubleheaders were on the docket Friday night with boys SAC play tipping off in Fort Wayne.
Homestead’s Karissa McLaughlin poured in 30 points while North Side’s Keion Brooks Jr. tallied 32 points and 13 rebounds on the way to being named this week’s “Fill It Up All-Stars” on the Highlight Zone.
Click here for all your local high school basketball scores on December 11!
Bishop Luers senior Madison Jennings made her college choice official on Friday afternoon by signing with the Trine University basketball program.
For the first time ever the South Adams girls basketball team is off to a 10-0 start.
SAC play tips off on Friday night. Over at Bishop Luers the Knights are hoping to make a statement with a win over a talented Northrop team.
1A no. 4 Blackhawk Christian bested Northrop 84-77 at Mark Schoeff Gymnasium on Tuesday night to headline local action on the hardwood.
We are proud to honor the Homestead girls basketball team as your Orthopedic Hospital and Fort Wayne Orthopedics Team of the Week.
The News-Sentinel sports writer Justin Kenny and WANE-TV sports director Glenn Marini put a wrap on the 2015 prep football season with their annual “Inside The Zone” award in their final show of the year.
Austin Mack and Erica Shively were the big winners at Monday’s Journal Gazette Award program.
The Carroll girls basketball team bounced back from last week’s loss to Homestead with a 80-56 win over Canterbury.
Homestead, Norwell, Tippecanoe Valley, and Whitko all stay in top 10 of respective class.
Concordia’s Shania Kelly and Garrett’s Mason Wichman put up huge numbers to help their team win on Friday night and that’s why they’re the first-ever Highlight Zone Fill It Up All-Stars brought to you by Phil’s One Stop and Marathon.
Devontae Kinnie tallied 19 points while freshman Keion Brooks, Jr. tallied 17 as 4A no. 18 North Side bested DeKalb 65-42 in the Highlight Zone “Game of the Week.”
Click here for all your local prep basketball scores from Friday, December 4.
The first basketball edition of the Highlight Zone tipped off Friday.
The first full Friday of the high school basketball season is almost here and 4A no. 19 North Side will host DeKalb in the Highlight Zone “Game of the Week” at By Hey Arena.
Northrop topped 3A no. 18 Columbia City 68-63 at Mark Schoeff Gymnasium to headline the local prep basketball scene on Thursday night.
2A no. 8 Whitko improved to 7-1 on the season as the Wildcats topped Northrop 75-52 in girls action at Mark Schoeff Gymnasium to headline the area hoops scene on Wednesday night.
New Haven softball standout Hadley Decker made her college choice official on Wednesday evening signing to play at Anderson University.