Concordia will make their first appearance at Lucas Oil Stadium for the IHSAA State Football Championships on Saturday, November 26.
Girls basketball teams returned to action on Black Friday with games all across Northeast Indiana.
(12-2) Concordia will take on (13-1) Lawrenceburg in the 3A state championship game Saturday at 3:30PM.
The boys basketball season began in earnest on Wednesday night with Homestead edging rival Huntington North to highlight area hoops action.
We are proud to honor the Concordia Lutheran football team as our Optimum Performance Sports Team of the Week.
Carroll’s Becca Villanueva poured in 24 points to lead the Chargers to a 66-55 win over East Noble to headline area girls basketball action on Monday night.
Jessica Starbard and Justin Kenny of the News Sentinel breakdown Concordia’s thrilling season that will end in the 3A state championship game.
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Snider’s quest for back-to-back state championship fell short at 5A semi-state on Friday night as the 5A no. 1 Panthers fell to 5A no. 5 Westfield 23-17 in a game delayed by weather.
Concordia will play for the 3A state title next Saturday at Lucas Oil Stadium as the Cadets bested Garrett 56-42 at semi-state at a rain-soaked Memorial Field.
Adams Central saw a fantastic postseason run come to an end Friday night in Monroe as the 1A no. 6 Flying Jets fell to 1A no. 3 Pioneer 22-8 at semi-state.
For the first time in program history Concordia is heading to the state championship game as the Cadets defeated Garrett 56-42 at 3A semi-state while Snider (5A) and Adams Central (1A) both came up short in their semi-state bids on Friday night.
Carroll edged SAC rival Northrop 62-58 while Bishop Dwenger defeated North Side 74-23 to headline local girls basketball on Friday night.
Kick-off times for semi-state football games are already being pushed back due to severe weather in northeast and central Indiana.
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The newspaper’s 2016-17 Super 25 Preseason Girls Basketball Poll and the Spartans are the highest-ranked team in the midwest.
3A no. 9 Concordia led 4A no.1 Homestead 20-14 at the half but the Cadets couldn’t hold on for the upset as Karissa McLaughlin’s 19 points helped the Spartans to a hard-fought 50-34 win to headline area girls basketball on Thursday night.
After starting the season 1-2 the Cadets have marched on winning 10 straight to put themselves in the position to play in their first ever state championship.
The Snider football team is one win away from a second straight trip to the 5A state title game with the Westfield Shamrocks standing in the way.
Taylor Clifton helped the Spartans to go 19-6 last year an win a sectional championship.