Boys sectionals continued on Thursday, after several games were rained out on Wednesday.
The Carroll boys track team continued their success from sectional, taking home the regional title on Thursday at Indiniana Wesleyan with 118 points.
The Canterbury girls tennis program gutted out a 3-2 victory against Carroll as the 13th-ranked Cavaliers beat the 16th-ranked Chargers to win the regional championship on Thursday night.
Jeffrey and Jeremy Kalonji will continue their basketball careers at St. Francis University while wrestler Kayne Duncan signed with Indiana Tech.
Bishop Luers standouts Aubrey Feipel and Devin Fritz both signed to compete in college on Thursday afternoon.
The weather wreaked havoc on the local baseball and softball sectional schedule on Wednesday, but East Noble and Snider fans came away happy after a long night at DeKalb High School.
Two of the state’s top teams will meet Thursday night for the girls regional tennis title as 16th-ranked Carroll and no. 13 Canterbury both swept their way through the regional semifinals on Wednesday night.
Snider seniors Brianna Stone and Devlyn Williams will both continue playing in college as the classmates signed Wednesday morning in the Black and Gold room.
For the seventh year in a row – and for a state-leading 23rd time as a program – the Northrop Bruins brought home a regional championship in girls track.
Four local softball sectional were postponed due to weather while a number of sectional championship matches were set on Tuesday night.
Sectional softball play began all across northeast Indiana on Monday, as local teams took the first steps on the road to state.
On December 31 – a day after her 16th birthday – Lindsey was celebrating with her family as Disney World’s Epcot Center when she suffered a brain aneurysm.