D’Wayne Eskridge may be playing football in college at Western Michigan, but on Friday he was a star on the track. In his first state meet, D”Wayne Eskridge took home the title in the 200m dash. Overall it was a successful state finals for Northeast Indiana Schools.Northrop finished in 5th place overall in the team results.
Hicksville High School saw a fantastic postseason run come to an end on Thursday night in Columbus as the Aces fell to Western Reserve 5-2 in Division IV state semifinal action at Huntington Park.
Horizon Christian Academy basketball standouts Marco Lee and Keonte Jenkins are set to play on the next level.
Reinking hit a team-best .381 as a senior with an on-base percentage of .550.
The Aces will play Berlin Center Western Reserve in the Division IV semifinals on Thursday night at Huntington Park in Columbus.
Singrey has spent the past six years on the basketball staff at Wawasee High School.
Katherine Smith will play basketball at the University of Massachusetts-Lowell, Andrew Kus will hoop at DePauw, and Curtis Hoffman will play baseball at Washington University in St. Louis.
Desmon Davis and Alex Reese will continue play football at Trine University.
Jared Gernhardt hit a walk-off SAC fly in the bottom of the ninth as Bishop Dwenger rallied to defeat Garrett 5-4 and win the 3A sectional title at New Haven High School on Tuesday night.
For the first time since 1992 the Columbia City golf team is the best in the NHC. The Eagles edged out Homestead by three strokes to win the NHC Conference title on May 24th.
Indiana’s 2015 Mr. Basketball will be at a training camp with the U19 U.S. national team in Colorado.
Four local baseball teams clinched a sectional title on Tuesday night, with Snider, Heritage, Churubusco, and Blackhawk each bringing home the hardware.
More and more people are beginning to recognize Bluffton’s best kept secret: D’Wayne Eskirdge. The 5’10 junior is a standout on the track and gridiron with his speed.
The Canterbury girls tennis team saw their season come to an end on Saturday, falling to Indianapolis Cathedral 4-1 at semi-state
Dark skies threatened high school baseball sectionals on Saturday.
The Bulldogs mounted an amazing rally at Bischoff Field on Friday to earn a come-from-behind 11-10 victory, advancing to the sectional semifinals.
For the second year in a row and the third time in the last four seasons the Norwell Knights are sectional softball champions.
Nigel Kilby, Jailyn Krantz, Josh Mahon, John Schaefer, and Aaron Thomas all signed on Friday afternoon.
A handful of local softball sectional championships were decided on Thursday night with defending 3A state champion Leo fending off 11th-ranked Angola 4-3 in the tightest contest of the night.
Boys sectionals continued on Thursday, after several games were rained out on Wednesday.