Click here for the latest scores from Friday night’s opening round for high school football sectionals.
Sectional action gets underway this Friday night and 4A no. 4 New Haven will take center stage on the Highlight Zone as Northeast 8 champs will host Wayne at John Young Stadium.
Carroll, Northrop, Bishop Luers and Bishop Dwenger were among the big winners of Thursday’s sectional volleyball action.
He’s the winningest coach in Warsaw football history and this past Friday Phil Jensen was mic’d up for the final edition of “Coach Speak” in 2016.
IHSAA sectional play began on Tuesday night with only a handful of local teams hitting the volleyball court.
We are proud to honor the Bellmont girls soccer team as your Optimum Performance Sports Team of the Week.
Snider stays no. 1 in 5A, New Haven up to no. 4 in 4A, Concordia stays put at no. 7 in 3A, Woodlan remains no. 1 in 2A, Adams Central falls to. 6 in 1A.
After going 26-3 last season the Homestead girls basketball team is working toward a state championship during the 2016-17 season.
Homestead senior Jack Parisi made his college choice official on Monday as the right-handed pitcher signed with Anderson University.
The regular season is in the rearview as sectional action gets underway this Friday night on The Highlight Zone.
Carroll and Bellmont took home regional titles on Saturday in girls soccer.
Both West Noble and Westview will continue their seasons in semi-state winning their regional championships on Saturday.
4A no. 5 New Haven blanked Huntington North 42-0 to win the Northeast 8 title outright at Kriegbaum Field.
3A no. 17 Garrett wrapped up the regular season with a 8-1 record as the Railroaders topped Central Noble 54-32.
In SAC play 5A no. 1 Snider, who clinched the Victory Bell last week, defeated 3A no. 15 Bishop Luers 52-27 as the Panthers finished the regular season undefeated.
2A no. 1 Woodlan bested 1A no. 4 Adams Central 28-16 in the Highlight Zone “Game of the Week” at Etlzer Field to clinch the ACAC title and remain undefeated on the final Friday night of the regular season.
2A No. 1 Woodlan won their second straight ACAC title with a 28-16 win over previously unbeaten Adams Central in our Highlight Zone Game of the Week.
Click here for the latest high school football scores from the final week of the regular season.
SAC champion Northrop and 15th-ranked West Noble will meet in the regional title match on Saturday as the Bruins and Chargers both won Thursday night in the semifinals.
The undefeated, top-ranked in 2A Woodlan Warriors host the unbeaten 1A No. 5 Adams Central Flying Jets for the ACAC championship in our Highlight Zone Game of the Week.