Karissa McLaughlin, Madisen Parker, Jazmyne Geist, and Teryn Kline all will play college basketball next year as the Homestead seniors signed their letter of intent Wednesday night.
Six-foot-five southpaw Garrett Schoenle will continue his baseball career at the University of Cincinnati after signing with the Bearcats on Wednesday evening.
Volleyball standout Taylor Bebout will head to Hilltopper country to continue her career after signing with Western Kentucky on Wednesday afternoon.
Abbie Heischman, Makayla Hissong, Katie Crowe, Brooke Moser, and Eli Steiner, all inked letters of intent as the early signing period began.
Three standout senior student-athletes made their college choice official Wednesday afternoon at Canterbury – Briana Diehl, Mason VanHouten, and Micheal Brothers.
Seven seniors as Snider put pen to paper on Wednesday morning as the early signing period began – and that includes basketball standout Malik Williams inking with Louisville.
Columbia City basketball standout Parker Hazen is officially a Crusader as the senior forward signed with Valparaiso on Wednesday morning.
Last year during her junior campaign the 5-foot-11 Reiff averaged 19.1 points, 5.8 rebounds, 5.5 assists, and 3.8 steals per game.
5A no. 1 Snider (11-0) will host 5A no. 6 Mishawaka (10-2) Friday night at 7:30 p.m. at Spuller Stadium with the regional championship on the line.
We are proud to honor the Blackhawk Christian girls volleyball team as our Optimum Performance Sports Team of the Week.
The first official day of boys basketball practice was held on Monday.
Seven regional championship games will feature a local football team this Friday and The News-Sentinel’s Justin Kenny and WANE’s Glenn Marini preview them all in the latest edition of “Inside The Zone.”
The Fort Wayne High School Hockey Association hosted the annual Summit City Classic at Parkview SportOne Icehouse over the weekend. Several teams from across the state played in crossover games all weekend.
The Black and Gold wind up the 2016 campaign Saturday, Nov. 12, traveling to Anderson University for the annual Bronze Ball game.
Canterbury and Carroll opened up their seasons with wins on Saturday.
Blackhawk Christian’s first trip to the volleyball state championship was a successful one as the Lady Braves defeated defending champs Christian Academy of Indiana in four sets (27-25, 25-13, 20-25, 25-20) to win their first state championship in volleyball.
There will be a new 4A state champion as (11-0) New Haven topped (8-4) Bishop Dwenger 28-23 for the sectional 20 crown.
Adams Central and Southwood are moving on to regional action next week after winning sectional titles on Friday night.
For the second straight week South Adams took down a ranked opponent as the Starfires bested 2A no. 13 Churubusco 29-27 in Berne.
Concordia and Garrett punched their ticket to regional with wins on Friday night.