Colts spokesman Mike Prior honored Rowland in a ceremony with the New Haven team on Wednesday morning.
The Battle of the Bishops goes to the Saints this season on the volleyball court at 3A no. 1 Dwenger swept Luers 3-0 on Tuesday night.
After surprising even themselves by beating Garrett and Eastside, we’re proud to honor the Busco Eagles as the Optimum Performance Sports Team of the Week.
Snider up to 6A no. 3, New Haven climbs to 4A no. 4 while Dwenger slides to 4A no. 7 and Angola cracks 4A top 10.
Coach Rowland was nominated and selected for this award after the Class 4A No. 6 Bulldogs improved to 4-0 on the season, defeating Class 4A No. 19 Leo, 35-33.
Neither team found the back of the net Monday night at Shields Field as Bishop Dwenger and Carroll battled to a scoreless tie in boys soccer.
It may be the off-season for high school basketball, but North Side’s By Hey Arena was abuzz Monday.
Perhaps the most-anticipated game of the regular season in northeast Indiana will actually take place in Indianapolis as the Snider versus Homestead showdown will be played at Lucas Oil Stadium on Saturday.
New Haven rallied from a double-digit fourth quarter deficit to beat conference rival Leo in overtime in the Highlight Zone Game of the Week, 35-33.
4A no. 6 New Haven mounted an epic comeback at Lions Field to defeat 4A no. 19 Leo 35-33 in overtime in your Highlight Zone “Game of the Week” to headline an amazing week four in northeast Indiana.
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New Haven quarterback Bryan Sexton and wide receiver Nick Sexton are close friends, teammates and now they’re officially brothers.
3A no. 2 Bishop Dwenger swept 4A no. 10 Carroll 3-0 (25-18, 25-16, 25-21) on Thursday night in one of the most anticipated matches of the young volleyball season.
From drama down in Decatur to a whooping at Walters Stadium, week three of the high school football season was jam-packed with amazing action.
Donaldo Cruz, Yusuf Abdirahman, and Denilson Madrid all found the net for the Bruins.
Snider moves up to 6A no. 5, Dwenger and New Haven both rise in 4A, Concordia drops in 3A, Woodlan stays put at 2A no. 2, while Busco, Southwood, and South Adams are all in the 1A top 10.
If one is a fluke, two a coincidence then after week 3 of the high school football season we’re seeing a pattern for the season. Justin Kenny of The News-Sentinel and Andy McDonnell break it all down on “Inside The Zone.”
Warsaw rallied from a 2-1 deficit in the second half to beat Northridge and take the 12th Annual Carroll Soccer Classic, 3-2.
After a sloppy first half that included seven turnovers, Homestead rolled over Bishop Luers in the Highlight Zone Game of the Week, 47-3.
Homestead make a statement in week three with a 47-3 victory over 3A no. 8 Bishop Luers in the Highlight Zone “Game of the Week” while Bishop Dwenger and Snider remained unbeaten in the SAC.