The drawing for the 41st annual 2015-16 Indiana girls basketball state tournament was held by the IHSAA on Monday night at Bankers Life Fieldhouse.
After spending the past two seasons at North Side as an assistant under Ryan Hall former DeKalb head coach Mike Cochran is getting another chance to lead a program in northeast Indiana.
We are proud to honor the Concordia Wrestling team as your Optimum Performance Sports Team of the Week.
Homestead holds at 4A no. 2, Tippecanoe Valley and Norwell each rises one spot in 3A, Whitko climbs to 2A no. 7 while South Adams remains 2A no. 10.
Six new faces were inducted to the Wayne Athletic Hall of Fame Saturday afternoon at Wayne High School. These inductees included two athletes, two coaches, and two contributors.
The SAC, Northeast 8, ACAC, and NECC held their wrestling conference championships on Saturday.
Carroll’s four game losing streak came to an end on Saturday with the 5th ranked Chargers falling to 4A No. 4 Merrillville 48-44 at Charger Fieldhouse.
Summit Athletic Conference newcomers Carroll and Homestead are making the transition to the SAC look easy after both earned victories on Friday night to improve to 5-0 in the conference.
Bishop Luers senior Kayla Knapke and Concordia senior Reggie Tharp as this week’s Fill It Up All-Star winners as each led their team to a dramatic victory on Friday night.
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Both Carroll’s Becca Villanueva and South Side’s Austin Boucher reached the 30-point plateau on the way to earning Fill It Up All-Star honors on January 15.
4A no. 5 Carroll heads to Don Reichert Gymnasium on Friday to face the up-and-coming South Side Archers in the Highlight Zone “Game of the Week.”
Bishop Dwenger bested Bellmont while the Huntington North and Norwell girls each came out victorious on Wednesday night in prep basketball action.
In a battle of two of the most successful wrestling programs in northeast Indiana it was eighth-ranked Bellmont defeating no. 20 Carroll 36-29 on Tuesday night.
3A no. 17 Columbia City knocked off Homestead 53-43 while Snider’s Malik Williams tallied 32 points as the Panthers bested Canterbury 86-50 to headline area prep basketball on Tuesday night.
We are proud to honor the Coldwater football team as your Optimum Performance Sports Team of the Week.
Carroll climbs to no. 5 in 4A state rankings, North Side is receiving votes in 4A while Columbia City is getting votes in 3A.
Morgan Sanderson’s last minute layup with :05 left on the clock proved to be the difference maker for Leo on Monday night as the Lions squeezed out a 41-39 win over Bishop Luers.
Central Noble and Angola took home the hardware at the NECC tournament championship at Garrett High School.
The Jay County Patriots swept the ACAC tournament Saturday, with the girls defeating Woodlan 53-28 and the boys stopping Adams Central in overtime in a 47-41 win.