The News-Sentinel’s Justin Kenny and WANE-TV sports director Glenn Marini wrap up the season by discussing Chris Svarczkopf’s retirement, Woodlan’s narrow loss in the 2A state title game, and ITZ season awards.
DeKalb’s Lexy Stuckey made her college choice official on Monday, signing to play golf at Butler University.
One of the most respected coaches in northeast Indiana is calling it a career as WANE-TV can confirm that Chris Svarczkopf is retiring as the head football coach at Bishop Dwenger after leading the Saints for the past 15 years.
The Warriors fell to Southridge 15-14 at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis.
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Woodlan held a special send-off for the football team as they travel down to Indianapolis to play in the 2A state title game on Saturday. The Warriors face Southridge at noon.
DeKalb senior and Nebraska commit, Leigha Brown twisted her ankle and went down against undefeated Northrop. The Bruins beat the Barons, 68-34.
The Warriors face Southridge in the 2A state championship contest at Lucas Oil Stadium at noon on Saturday.
South Side takes care of business to beat Canterbury on Tuesday night, 67-44. The Archers are 4-0 this season.
One of the top freshman in the entire nation, Caleb Furst made his debut for Blackhawk Christian. He scored 10 points as the Braves beat beat Liberty Christian, 83-41.
Woodlan is heading to the state championship game for the first time since 1981 and we are proud to honor the Warriors as the Optimum Performance Sports Team of the Week.
The Fort Wayne women’s basketball team dropped its Kids Fitness Day game to UIC 67-51.
One team from northeast Indiana will be making the trip to Lucas Oil Stadium this season as 2A no. 6 Woodlan (12-2) will battle 2A no. 5Southridge (12-2) for the 2A state title Saturday in Indianapolis.
The former Bishop Luers and Indiana guard returned to Fort Wayne on Saturday but the Mad Ants beat the 87ers, 127-115. Blackmon Jr had 20 points on the night.
It’s a round-robin day at the Kilmer Klassic girls basketball tournament as Snider, Canterbury, Northrop and Hamilton Heights all played.
4A no. 8 Homestead bested 3A no. 3 Concordia 60-31 in a match-up of teams that finished 1-2 in the SAC standings last season to highlight girls hoops action on Friday night.
Saints head coach Chris Svarczkopf called this group of seniors his “favorite class” for the amount of adversity they pushed through as Bishop Dwenger loses to Lowell in the 4A semi-state game on Friday night, 21-7.
Woodlan is heading to state for the first time since 1981 thanks to a last-second field goal while Bishop Dwenger saw its season come to an end with a loss at semi-state.
Check out these extended highlights and interviews from the Woodlan Warriors as Woodlan topped Eastbrook 15-14 at 2A semi-state and will play for a state title next Saturday at Lucas Oil Stadium!
Hertiage runner Andrew Kohrman signed his letter of intent on Thursday with St. Francis.