Former Snider safety Jessie Bates recorded five interceptions – two of which he returned for touchdowns – and totaled 100 tackles as a redshirt freshman for Wake Forest.
The announcement is expected to become official at tonight’s FWCS board meeting.
Caleb Swanigan was introduced by the Portland Trail Blazers on Monday afternoon after being selected 26th overall in the NBA Draft last week.
The Carroll Middle School 8th grader, Jasmine Anderson returned home as a Jr. NBA national champion in the skills competition.
In her four decades of service, Cheri spent time as a coach, a teach and finally as athletic director. No matter the role, she was always there for Heritage.
Two-time Fab 15 selection at East Noble senior-to-be Andrew McCormick is heading to Terre Haute.
Madison Fruchey will transfer from IPFW to Southern Utah to set herself up for a shot at the 2020 Olympic trials.
Homestead and Purdue standout Caleb Swanigan was selected 26th overall by Trail Blazers in the NBA Draft on Thursday night.
Homestead and Purdue standout Caleb Swanigan hopes to hear his named called in the NBA Draft and find a home in basketball.
Lawrence Johnson made 43 tackles, 8 sacks and two forced fumbles for Snider and he has committed to play football at Purdue.
Snider’s Austin France has decided to continue his football career at Western Michigan.
As a senior, VanHouten averaged 21.4 points for the Cavaliers after averaging 23.4 points as a junior.
Mason, who has taught physical education in the district since 2015, will replace Mike Eshbach.
Carroll won the big school title over Bishop Dwenger and Woodlan topped Garrett in the small school championship game at the Summit City Shootout held at Homestead High School.
Fort Wayne 8th grader Jasmine Anderson advanced past the local and regional competitions all the way to the Jr. NBA Skills Challenge Championship in New York City.
As a junior, she averaged 22.9 points and 10.8 rebounds for the Barons.
Bishop Dwenger led the local teams by finishing tenth at state while no local golfer cracked the top 25 individually.
Northrop lefty Garrett Schoenle has a win-win decision to make – either head to the University of Cincinnati to pitch for the Bearcats or sign with Reds and begin his professional career.
Mother Nature may have been the big winner when it comes to the first round of the boys golf state tournament, as two weather delays – one lasting an hour and 10 minutes, the other an hour and 42 minutes – slowed play at Prairie View Golf Club in Carmel.
With all five scores in the 70’s and a total of 298, they earned the impressive regional victory and we’re proud to honor the Saints as the Optimum Performance Sports Team of the Week.