The Chargers advance to semi-state at noon Saturday at Homestead High School.
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Northrop continued to prove itself as the dominant powerhouse in area girls track with the Bruins improving on their own state record by winning the program’s 24th regional title Tuesday evening on the campus of Indiana Wesleyan University.
Deon Palmer will play basketball at Mott Community College while Brandon Allmon will play football at Notre Dame College.
We are proud to honor the Bellmont baseball team as your Optimum Performance Sports Team of the Week.
Columbia City wrestling standout Hunter Langeloh is heading to Tiffin University in Ohio after signing with the Dragons on Tuesday morning.
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Carroll seniors Emma Ruskaup, Jimiroqua Stanchin, and Tony Tomeh each put pen to paper on Monday signing to play college sports.
Blackhawk Christian senior Madison Byrd made her college choice official on Monday as she signed with the University of Michigan rowing program.
The Bishop Dwenger boys golf shot a 284 on Saturday to win the SAC boys golf championship.
After beating Leo 3-2 to get into the championship game Luers beat Marian 6-2 to win the 17th annual Memorial Tournament at Indiana Tech.
18th-ranked Carroll topped Blackhawk Christian 5-0 Friday night to win the program’s 11th overall and fifth straight sectional title in girls tennis.
Northrop topped South Side 18-0 in six innings at Derbyshire Field to finish a perfect 14-0 in SAC play this season.
Canterbury High School honored 15 student-athletes on Thursday night at its annual “Cav-E Awards” program that rewards excellence in many forms related to athletics.
Carroll dominated at North Side while Homestead outdistanced the competition at New Haven with the Chargers and Spartans each winning in boys track sectional title on Thursday night.
14th-ranked Canterbury topped Bishop Luers 4-1 to earn the program’s third-straight sectional title on Thursday night at the Jimmy Clark Community Tennis Center.
With the help of Erin’s House For Grieving Children Snider’s Gabe Swardson has blossomed into a successful swimmer, student, and volunteer.
Canterbury rolled in the sectional semifinals while Bishop Luers edged Homestead at the Jim Clark Tennis Complex Wednesday evening.
Homestead head softball coach Tom Clagg won his 300th game on Tuesday then got a chance to celebrate on Wednesday.
Sheldon is hitting .471 this season with three home runs and 20 RBI.