Homestead begins the season ranked no. 1 in 4A.
According to the Indiana High School Baseball Coaches Association legendary DeKalb baseball coach Bill Jones has passed away.
Blackhawk Christian topped Southern Wells 49-24 on the first night of girls basketball in northeast Indiana.
We are proud to honor the Carroll volleyball team as our Orthopedic Hospital and Fort Wayne Orthopedics Team of the Week.
Sectional titles will be on the line all across northeast Indiana this Friday night and The News-Sentinel’s Justin Kenny and WANE-TV sports director Glenn Marini break down the local games in the week 12 edition of “Inside The Zone.”
The Carroll volleyball team is heading to the 4A State Championship for the first time since 1988 after defeating Hamilton Southeastern in the semi-state final on Saturday.
Behind a pair of individual state champions, the Carmel boys and girls cross country teams swept to both team titles as well during the IHSAA Cross Country State Finals in Terre Haute.
Abby Bergeron scored the game winning goal in overtime to lead Canterbury to their second straight state title in girls soccer.
Northfield and Adams Central cruised to their respective sectional championship games on Friday night.
Woodlan and Whitko will meet in the 2A sectional 35 championship next week after both team won close games in the sectional semi-finals.
Garrett kept its season alive with a win over Jimtown and Bellmont and Bishop Luers will face off next week in the sectional 27 title game.
Bishop Dwenger and Leo will face off for the 4A sectional 20 crown next week.
With a bye week last week, 5A sectional games got underway on Friday night.
For the first time since 2006 the Homestead Spartans were crowned sectional champions, defeating rival Carroll 35-26 on Friday night.
Homestead topped rival Carroll 35-26 in the area’s only sectional title game while Snider, Dwenger, Leo, Luers, Bellmont, Garrett, Woodlan, Whitko, Adams Central, and Northfield all advanced to play for a sectional title next week.
Click here for the latest scores from all local sectional football games.
Yunes Alhobane may look like any other football player on a Friday night. But his road to the football field is anything but ordinary.
The Canterbury girls soccer team was treated to special sendoff by their school on Thursday as they prepare to head down to Indianapolis to defend their 1A state title.