FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – Many teams from around the area earn the right to advance to regionals in the state boys basketball tournament.… More »
Thanks to a first-place finish in the all-around by junior Elaine Cornewell it was Bishop Dwenger claiming the regional gymnastics crown Friday night at Huntington North High School.
On the final Highlight Zone of the season we may have saved the best for last as teams were looking to punch their ticket to the sectional championship games on Saturday.
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Four Carroll seniors put pen to paper on Thursday afternoon and will continue their athletic careers in college.
Carroll left no doubt who the best team in the city was this season as the Chargers rolled to a 13-2 win in the city tournament title game, clinching the Memorial Cup for the third year in a row.
Canterbury bested Bluffton 65-57 in overtime to advance in 2A sectional play on Wednesday night at Woodlan High School, headlining a small slate of boys basketball action.
Fifteen seniors and 15 underclass girls basketball players have earned IBCA/Subway “Supreme 15” All-State honors for 2016-17, it was announced Wednesday (March 1).
4A no. 4 North Side was pushed by DeKalb but the Legends avoided a first-round upset at Charger Fieldhouse 56-49 as boys basketball sectional action tipped off on Tuesday night.
North Side drops to 4A no. 4, Southwood stays put at 2A no. 8, while Blackhawk Christian remains 1A no. 7.
The North group players are Leigha Brown of DeKalb, Emily Kiser of Noblesville, Brooke McKinley of Northridge, Keya Patton of Cathedral, Taylor Ramey of North Central and Blake Smith of Carmel.
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – Homestead has 13 homecoming queens.
The Spartans celebrated the first girls basketball state championship in school history Monday afternoon … More »
Homestead captured its first state championship in girls basketball with a 61-54 victory over Pike Saturday night.
The Bishop Dwenger gymnastics team won its 10th straight sectional title on Saturday beating out Homestead and Carroll in a close race at the top.
The Homestead Spartans made history and accomplished a goal three years in the making, winning the 4A state title in girls basketball with a 61-54 victory over Pike.
Local swimmers and divers took home several medals at the IHSAA Boys Swim and Dive State Championship.
3A no. 12 Bishop Luers bested Northeast 8 champ Huntington North 57-52 in double-overtime in the Highlight Zone “Game of the Week” to wrap up the boys basketball regular season on Friday night.
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Malik Williams scored 35 points – including a ferocious slam in the second quarter – as Snider beat Marion while Blackhawk’s Frank Davidson netted 19 as the Braves beat Smith Academy to headline high school hoops on Thursday night.
Huntington North’s Matt Guhl, Garrett Heaston and Trevor West will be teammates on the next level as all three seniors signs with Indiana Wesleyan for football on Thursday.