Leo’s historic season came to an end in state semifinals on Saturday.
Teams across Northeast Indiana punched their tickets to semi-state on Saturday.
Leo’s historic postseason run continues for one more day. The Lions defeated Perry Meridien 4-1 on Friday to advance to state semifinals.
For the first time since 2010 the SAC’s Victory Bell tolls for Bishop Dwenger.
NECC teams closed out conference play on Friday night.
Woodlan captured their first ACAC title since 1996 with a 21-20 win over Adams Central
Bellmont, East Noble, and Leo will share the first ever Northeast 8 conference title.
Bishop Dwenger clinched the SAC’s Victory Bell for the first time since 2010, the inaugural Northeast 8 championship will be shared three ways, and Woodlan won the ACAC title for the first time since 1996 on a goal line stand to cap off the regular season in week nine of the Highlight Zone.
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Carroll High School senior Kyle Mallers will be taking his talents to Muncie as the 6-foot-7 wing player verbally committed to Ball State on Thursday night.
The inaugural Northeast 8 conference championship will be on the line Friday night in Kendallville as East Noble hosts Bellmont in the Highlight Zone “Game of the Week.”
2A no. 3 Canterbury and 2A no. 19 Leo will play for the regional title in boys soccer on Saturday at Carroll High School as both the Cavalier and Lions advanced with semifinals wins on Thursday night.
In the fall of 2000 East Noble was able to catch “lightning in a bottle” according to Chris DePew, as the Knights won the program’s first state championship by defeating Plainfield 28-7 in the 4A title game at the RCA Dome in Indianapolis.
WANE-TV caught up with local girls basketball teams at media day as they prepare for the first week of practices next week.
Leo and Homestead will meet Saturday for the regional title as both the Lions and Spartans took home regional semifinals victories Wednesday night in Kendallville.
For week eight photojournalist Cody Murphy went into the locker room with South Side head coach Roosevelt Norfleet.
We are proud to honor the Leo boys tennis team as your Orthopedic Hospital and Fort Wayne Orthopedics “Team of the Week.”
Snider drops to no. 5 in 5A, Dwenger climbs to 4A no. 4, Leo stays put at 4A no. 8, Luers falls to 3A no. 6, Woodlan remains 2A no. 4, while Adams Central holds at 1A no. 7.
Conference championships are coming down to the final Friday of the regular season and Justin Kenny of The News-Sentinel and Glenn Marini of WANE-TV take a look at the games that will decide a title this week on “Inside The Zone.”