Three Northrop seniors sign to play college sports on Friday as Mohamed Abdirahman, Jagger Surface, and Brett Woods all inked letters of intent.
Cezi Wright says she will primarily focus on hurdles at Indiana Wesleyan.
Wright was a first-team All-SAC selection as a senior, leading the Cadets to a 30-5 overall record.
Robert Peck will run cross country at IPFW; Jordan Hopkins will run cross country at St. Joseph’s; Li’Donta Hicks-Gentry will play basketball at Sinclair Community College.
At six-foot-one, Bottone is a left-handed pitcher and and outfielder for the Knights.
A 5-foot-10 forward, Thompson averaged 13.3 points and 9.4 rebounds a game as a senior.
Carroll scored two runs in top of the seventh inning to defeat rival Homestead 2-1 in dramatic fashion Wednesday night in Aboite.
Former Purdue standout and Oak Hill High School graduate Courtney Delks has been named the head girls basketball coach at Marion High School.
Wappes will run both track and cross country for the Spartans.
Thoms graduated from Concordia in 2006, where he played football and basketball for the Cadets
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.