Prairie Heights is the 1A state champion for the second year in a row as the Panthers defeated Shenandoah 39-27 in the finals at the IHSWCA team state tournament Friday at War Memorial Coliseum.
4A no.1 Homestead topped Chicago Simeon – a top 15 team in Illinois – 64-42 Friday afternoon to headline local prep basketball action.
For the fourth season WANE-TV viewers will see the top high school football players in northeast Indiana honored on Christmas Day as Newschannel 15 presents the “Fab 15.”
Thanks to Phil’s One Stop and Marathon Norhtrop’s Arielle Thatcher and Snider’s Mike Barnfield were crowned the “Fill It Up All-Stars” last Friday on the Highlight Zone.
Bishop Dwenger defeated Snider 57-13 in the finals to earn the SAC duals title Wednesday night.
The top two teams in the city standings went head-to-head on Wednesday night with area leader Carroll earning a comeback win over Bishop Dwenger 5-4 despite Jared Lamothe’s hat trick for the Saints.
Snider bested DeKalb in boys hoops while Bishop Dwenger took down 3A no. 10 Norwell in girls hoops to headline area action on Tuesday night.
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Blackhawk Christian remains no. 1 in 1A while North Side drops two spots to 4A no. 5.
Northrop’s Richard Robertson hit a game-winning shot at the buzzer while Concordia’s Shania Kelly reached the 1,000 point milestone to headline area hoops action on Monday night.
The draw for the 94th ACAC boys basketball tournament and the 43rd ACAC girls tournament was held Monday afternoon down in Decatur.
Homestead stays no. 1 in 4A while Whitko remains 2A no. 1.
The Highlight Zone hit the road to Daytona Beach where Saint Francis football will play for the NAIA national championship while Snider stunned North Side on an overtime buzzer-beater to headline the hoops scene on Friday night.
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Carroll proved why it is sitting atop the city standings with an 11-2 win over the FW Bruins on Wednesday night at SportONE/Parkview Icehouse.
4A no. 1 Homestead had little trouble with 3A no. 9 Norwell in girls hoops while New Haven edged visiting Wayne on the boys side Wednesday night.
Boys and girls basketball teams provided hot hoops highlights on a chilly Tuesday night.
We are proud to honor the Horizon Christian boys basketball team as our Optimum Performance Sports Team of the Week.
North Side moves up to no. 3 in 4A, Blackhawk remains no. 1 in 1A.
Homestead (4A), Whitko (2A) remain number one in their respective class.