The Carroll High School Hockey team has been selected to participate in the National High School Hockey tournament this week in St. Louis, Missouri.
In a battle of two in city rivals, the Summit City Panthers blanked the Fort Wayne Bruins 2-0 in the ISHSA 1A State Championship Saturday morning.
Two area high school boy’s basketball teams are heading to semi-states, after winning their regionals Saturday night.
Defending state runner-up Bishop Dwenger added another regional title to the program’s proud history as the 4th-ranked Saints scored 109.725 points to win Friday night at Huntington North High School.
Homestead will look to defeat rival Carroll for the third time this season on Saturday morning as the Spartans and Chargers will square off in the the regional semifinals at Marion at 10 a.m.
Norwell High School basketball standout Hanna Smith made her college choice official on Friday, signing with Trine University.
The Carroll basketball team is hoping the third time is indeed a charm, as the Chargers will face Homestead for the third time this season on Saturday after falling to the Spartans twice during the regular season.
Blackhawk Christian senior Cam Wild will continue his soccer career at Huntington University as the standout goalkeeper signed with Huntington University on Thursday afternoon.
East Noble baseball standout Harold Wolfe is heading to Vincennes to continue his baseball career, as the senior signed with the Trailblazers on Wednesday afternoon.
Bishop Dwenger football standout David Peters is continuing his career in Florida, as the lineman inked with Ave Maria on Wednesday afternoon.
The Fort Wayne Bruins hockey team will be playing in their first state championship in six years on Saturday.
The IHSAA boys basketball regional round has been set. In northeast Indiana, Homestead and Canterbury claimed sectional hardware to advance to Saturday’s regionals.
The Northeast Hoosier Boys Basketball All-Conference teams were released on Monday morning.
The Summit Athletic Conference released their All-Conference teams Monday morning. Snider had the most first-team selections with three.
They played five times during the regular season, but the next match-up between the Summit City Panthers and the Fort Wayne Bruins will determine the state championship.
Several area boys basketball teams won sectional championships Saturday night. The evening included a Carroll win over Northrop, and a double-overtime win for Bishop Dwenger over conference rival Bishop Luers.
The Princeton Tigers captured the Class 3A girls state championship on the strength of junior Jackie Young’s formidable talents.
Homestead lost to Columbus North in Saturday’s 4A Championship game, 62-56.