Snider’s Gabe Swardson will continue his swimming career at West Virginia University next fall while baseball standout Chase Phelps will head to IPFW.
Northrop baseball standout Mike Snyder won’t have to go far to continue his baseball career as the shortstop/pitcher has signed with IPFW.
3A no. 8 Norwell bested Wayne 69-56 on Tuesday night to headline local girls basketball action.
We are proud to honor the Northfield football team as your Orthopedic Hospital and Fort Wayne Orthopedics Team of the Week.
The Canterbury girls soccer team celebrated the program’s second consecutive 1A state championship on Monday with a school-wide pep rally.
Homestead drops from no. 1 in 4A to no. 2.
Only six local teams are still alive as we head to regionals this Friday and The News-Sentinel’s Justin Kenny and WANE-TV’s Glenn Marini preview every area game in this week’s edition of “Inside The Zone.”
The Fort Wayne High School Hockey Association hosted hockey teams from all across Indiana for the Summit City Classic Crossover Weekend.
Sitting a top the national rankings at MaxPreps.com since September 16, the Fighting Irish finished off Carroll, 25-21, 25-13, 25-21, to complete a perfect 36-0 campaign and became the 14th undefeated state champion in state tournament history.
Adams Central brought home a 1A sectional 44 title as the Jets topped Monroe Central 28-12.
Woodlan won another close game to capture the school’s first sectional title since 1988 as the Warriors edged Whitko 22-19 for the 2A sectional 35 title.
Bellmont stormed into Luersfield and dominated the Knights from the outset, beating Bishop Luers 21-7 for the 3A sectional 27 title.
Bishop Dwenger edged Leo 24-22 for the 4A sectional 20 crown on Saturday.
For the fifteenth time in the last sixteen years Snider won a sectional title as the Panthers bested Concord 47-21 for the 5A sectional 10 crown.
In 6A regional play Homestead fell at home to Carmel 41-7 as the Spartans end the season 8-4.
Bishop Dwenger edged Leo 24-22 for the 4A sectional 20 crown as six local teams brought home a title on sectional championship night of “The Highlight Zone.”
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The Concordia Lutheran Cadets crushed New Haven on opening night in a 50-14 win.
On Friday night 39 high school football teams across Indiana will be crowned sectional champions. Perennial powerhouses Leo and Bishop Dwenger will hit the gridiron at Zollner Field fighting to be one of those 39 teams.
Senior center Daisha Green led the Lions with 14 points, six rebounds, four blocks, and four steals.