Huntington North held off rival Homestead 2-1 at Forest Glen Park on Monday night to bring home the program’s first sectional title since 2011.
The Panthers advance to face Zionsville at regionals on Saturday at 1 p.m. hosted by Lafayette Jefferson.
The Knights advance to face Yorktown on Saturday at 11 a.m. in regional action at Bellmont High School.
Homestead wins big, Huntington North uses a big first inning and Bishop Dwenger does just enough to advance in sectional baseball
Homestead’s Madisen Parker doubled in the 7th inning to walk-off with the sectional title over Huntington North, 4-3.
The 8th grade Indy Heat team is ranked in the top-ten nationally and have won a pair of games at the Gym Rats Run N Slam Memorial Day Tournament.
After losing the first set, No. 1 doubles Mia Toscos and Lauren VanWyngarden trailed 1-5 in the second set only to somehow come back and clinch the victory to send Carroll to state for a second straight year.
Leo clinches the sectional title over Carroll, Macy Montgomery deals for Bellmont and South Adams tops rival Adams Central in sectional softball.
DeKalb pulls the upset of No. 5 Carroll, Blackhawk Christian beats Lakewood Park and rain delays Bellmont-Marion in sectional baseball.
Chandler Everson made a sliding catch and held on to the ball despite a collision with Charlie James for the final out to beat Northrop in sectionals, 4-3.
Carroll’s Parker Bull (Findlay University), Xavier Walden (Johnson & Whales) and Justin Percy (Northwestern Ohio) signed their letters of intent Thursday.
Carroll earned the 5-0 victory over Adams Central to win the Regional Title and secure spot in semi-state for a second straight year.
North Side’s Davontae Kinnie joins teammate – and his cousin – Elijah Holmes by signing his letter of intent with Defiance College.
The Blazers posted an overall record of 46-49 under Eshbach, but had won the NECC small school division title each of the last three seasons going 22-10 overall during that span.
4A no. 12 Leo defeated East Noble 10-0 in five innings while Carroll topped Snider 17-2 in five in sectional softball semifinal action Tuesday night at Carroll High School.
Northrop figuratively and literally ran away from the competition Tuesday night at Indiana Wesleyan’s track complex as the Bruins captured the program’s 25th regional title in dominant fashion.
Baker won the 400 meter dash at the sectional meet last Friday at North Side and also runs relays for the Legends.
Central Noble girls tennis earned their first sectional title in team history and we’re proud to honor the Cougars as the Optimum Performance Sports Team of the Week.
The Cadets advance to regional play on Tuesday at Carroll where they will face the host Chargers at 4:15 p.m.
Sectional softball action got underway Monday in northeast Indiana.