It’s been a rough few days with all the heat and humidity, but loyal high school football fans say they are making the best of it
Some of the van passengers were members of a water polo team from a local high school headed to a tournament.
As an assistant coach at Carroll Nico Tigulis helped build the Chargers into a powerhouse. He’s hoping to carry that success with him to Monroeville during his first year as the head coach of the Heritage Patriots.
Despite finishing with a 6-5 record in 2015 the Churubusco football team was not satisfied with the way last season ended.
Jones hit .435 last year for the Chargers during his sophomore season with two home runs and 32 RBI.
After 13 years as an assistant Josh Gerber takes over a Norwell program that’s looking to bounce back after a 1-9 season in 2015.
With six straight winning seasons the New Haven football program is looking for more of the same this fall at John Young Stadium.
The Harrison Price-Will Chrisman-less era at DeKalb has begun.
Change is the name of the game at Bob Worthman Stadium where Marty Ballard takes over a Bellmont team that returns six total starters after last year’s run to a conference championship and a sectional title.
The East Noble Knights captured a share of the first Northeast 8 football title in 2015 and they are picked as the favorite to take the championship all to themselves in 2016.
After winning a share of the inaugural Northeast 8 title last season the Leo Lions are looking to reload in 2016.
Coming off a 2-8 season in 2015 the Columbia City Eagles are hoping to bounce back in their second year in the Northeast 8.
People in Huntington county are feeling the “Burn.” Second year head coach and Huntington North alum Rick Burnau sees his players buying into his program.
The 6-5 southpaw verbally committed to continue his baseball career with the Bearcats on Saturday.
A number of talent players at the skill positions return for Concordia in 2016 as the Cadets look to keep things competitive in the SAC following a 5-6 campaign.
It’s been six years since the South Side football team had a winning season and this year’s team is looking to turn that around.
The Bruins are looking for their first winning season since 2003 and there is reason for optimism at Spuller Stadium.
There are plenty of changes at Chambers Field where North Side has a new coach, a new nickname, and a bunch of new players on defense in 2016.
One of the front-runners for Indiana’s Mr. Basketball award in 2017, Snider senior Malik Williams verbally committed to play at the University of Louisville on Thursday afternoon.
After going 7-4 overall (6-3 in their SAC debut) last fall the Carroll Chargers are looking for the program’s sixth-consecutive winning season in 2016.