A trio of talented seniors at Bishop Dwenger put pen to paper on Wednesday afternoon to play sports in college.
Distance runner Josey Korte is heading for the Big Ten as the Angola High School senior signed with Indiana University on Wednesday morning.
Concordia senior Teddie Sauer is taking her volleyball skills to Wright State as she signed with the Raiders on Wednesday afternoon.
3A no. 9 Concordia put on a defensive clinic as the Cadets handed East Noble its first loss of the season by defeated the Knights 35-21 to headline area girls basketball action on Tuesday night.
The Garrett Railroaders are a win away from heading to Lucas Oil Stadium to play for the 3A state title with only the Concordia Cadets standing in the way.
Success in the pool is nothing new to the folks at Homestead High School and now Megan Johnson, Harley Heinerich, and Noah Marble are heading to the next level.
We are proud to honor the Adams Central football team as our Optimum Performance Sports Team of the Week.
Warsaw to begin season ranked no. 5 in 4A, Blackhawk no. 10 in 1A.
Some of the area’s top basketball players suited up for the Highlight Zone’s promo shoot on Monday night at the ASH Centre and took part in an epic #MannequinChallenge.
Four local teams are just a win away from a trip to Lucas Oil Stadium as Snider, Concordia, Garrett, and Adams Central will all be in action Friday for semistate.
Homestead, Whitko ranked no. 1 in respective classes.
Homestead and Concordia captured SAC wins on Saturday night.
1A no. 6 Adams Central is heading to semistate as the Flying Jets bested Southwood 23-7 at Sherman Waggner Field on Friday night.
After beating 2A no. 1 Woodlan and 2A no. 13 Churubusco South Adams’ magical postseason run came to an end Friday at 2A no. 3 Eastbrook as the Starfires fell 28-21.
Garrett now will host 3A semistate against Concordia next Friday.
In 4A it was 4A no. 4 New Haven falling for the first time this season as the Bulldogs were bested by 4A no. 2 NorthWood 52-28.
6A no. 11 Homestead saw its season come to an end against 6A no. 7 Carmel in the form of a 42-7 loss at Dave S. Walters Stadium.
Four local teams brought home a regional title on Friday night headlined by 5A no. 1 Snider’s dominating 31-7 win over sixth-ranked Mishawaka at Spuller Stadium.
Carroll and Whitko’s girls basketball teams brought home wins on Friday night.
5A No. 1 Snider overcame a slow start to beat Mishawaka 31-7 to win the regional crown for the second year in a row.