Boys and girls basketball teams provided hot hoops highlights on a chilly Tuesday night.
We are proud to honor the Horizon Christian boys basketball team as our Optimum Performance Sports Team of the Week.
North Side moves up to no. 3 in 4A, Blackhawk remains no. 1 in 1A.
Homestead (4A), Whitko (2A) remain number one in their respective class.
History was made at Homestead on Saturday as Karissa McLaughlin became the first ever Spartan to reach 2,000 points in Homestead’s 73-35 win over Greenfield Central.
Swanigan added another double-double with 13 points and 10 rebounds.
The Snider boys basketball team opened their season with a 57-51 win over Wayne on Friday night at Kilmer Court on the first night of SAC double headers on the Highlight Zone.
Click here for boys and girls basketball scores from Friday, December 9th.
Moughler is believed to the first female to be named all-state by the Indiana Football Coaches Association.
Thanks to Phil’s One Stop and Marathon the “Fill It Up All-Stars” segment is back for a second year on the Highlight Zone, with the first winners of the season crowned last Friday night.
Canterbury’s Michael Brothers poured in 28 points as the host Cavaliers took down Northfield 70-53 on Wednesday night to headline area prep basketball action.
Dwenger opened the season with a win plus other boys and girls scores from Tuesday night.
We are proud to honor the Homestead boys basketball team as our Optimum Performance Sports Team of the Week.
The Homestead girls and the North Side boys have earned top seeds in the Parkview Sports Medicine SAC Holiday Tournament.
North Side and Homestead in 4A top 10, Blackhawk Christian rises to no. 1 in 1A.
The Journal Gazette honored the area’s top volleyball and football players on Monday night at the Mirro Center with Bishop Dwenger’s Abby Bojrab and Concordia’s Peter Morrison taking home top honors.
The high school football season has come to a close and to wrap up 2016 The News-Sentinel’s Justin Kenny and WANE-TV sports director Glenn Marini handed out their annual Inside The Zone “Season Awards” on Monday.
Homestead reclaims no. 1 spot in 4A while Whitko remains top-ranked team in 2A.
Reigning SAC champion Homestead bested 4A no. 5 Warsaw in your “Game of the Week” as the first full Friday of hoops hit the airwaves on the Highlight Zone.
North Side’s Jaylen Butz and Central Noble’s Reeve Zolman are final Fill It Up All-Stars for the 2016-17 basketball season.