Carroll topped Homestead 6-2 in an rain-shortened game on Monday night, handing the 4A no. 16 Spartans their first loss of the season.
Homestead and Snider split their Saturday doubleheader at Hawley Field.
The Adams Central softball team improved to 10-1 on the season with a sweep of Bishop Luers on Saturday.
East Noble and Leo split the first ever Northeast 8 Track and Field championship on Friday night.
For the second year in a row the Northrop girls and boys track teams swept the SAC championship.
With win in the 4x800m relay Northrop’s girls and boys track teams are each in first place at the end of the first day of the SAC Track and Field Championship.
A five-run third inning propelled Blackhawk Christian over Canterbury in a 5-2 win at Parkview Field.
The Eastside Blazers held off the Garrett Railraoders in a 3-2 win at Parkview Field.
Huntington North distance runner Hannah Stoffel will continue her track and cross country career in Bloomington.
Five Canterbury senior student-athletes signed with their colleges on Thursday.
Four Carroll seniors signed to play collegiate athletics on Thursday.
Vikings’ starter Anthony Capozza threw nine strikeouts in a complete game. He gave one run on two hits through seven innings of work.
A total of 35 hits were collected on Tuesday night between Heritage and Bellmont and it was the Braves coming out of the slugfest with a 16-12 win.
Concordia standout Reggie Tharp will continue his basketball career at Paris Junior College next season.
Northrop’s Garrett Shoenle completed a no-hitter Tuesday night as the Bruins beat North Side 10-0.
We are proud to honor the Leo softball team as your Optimum Performance Sports Team of the Week.
Bishop Luers Defensive Tackle Savion Golden will continue his football career at Trine University.
The game is slated to be the second game of the season for the Boilermakers on Monday, Nov. 14. TV designations and time will be announced at a later date. It is the lone Gavitt Games contest to be played that night.
The guard signed with the Spartans on Monday night.
Homestead runner Grace Walther will continue her cross country and track career at Indiana University.