Leo lead-off hiter Alexa Allen is just nine hits shy – just like her personality – of breaking the Indiana all-time hits record.
When the Indiana All-Stars face Kentucky this summer Homestead’s Karissa McLaughlin will be easy to spot – she’ll be the one wearing the no. 1 jersey.
Concordia Lutheran standout Drew Bordner signed his of intent to continue his athletic career at Corcordia University in Ann Arbor.
Columbia City’s Dyson Redden signed his letter of intent to play football at Indiana Wesleyan Friday afternoon.
For the first time since Snider’s Tiffany Gooden won it in 1994, a player from Fort Wayne is Indiana’s Miss Basketball.
Covington led the Panthers in both scoring (19.6 ppg.) and rebounding (8.7 rpg.) as a senior. The Panthers finished 14-7 overall.
Karissa McLaughlin was named to the all-state first team, while teammate Madisen Parker & Tippecanoe Valley’s Anne Secrest were selected second team all-state.
Three Spartan seniors will now play basketball on the next level, as Brandon Durnell (Spring Arbor), Jack Ferguson (Colgate), and Parker Manges (Wabash) all signed on Wednesday evening.
Keegan Fetters helped lead Lakewood Park to a 17-9 season and a sectional title.
The Bulldogs beat South Adams in a showcase game at Parkview Field in downtown Fort Wayne, 7-3.
The Starfires move to 13-0 on the year as they beat Coldwater on Monday night at home, 10-3.
Eleven Bishop Dwenger student-athletes signed with various colleges to continue their athletic careers at the next level.
Former Bishop Luers standout and current member of the Dallas Cowboys has made reportedly made great improvements in his rehab following a knee injury in Smith’s final game with Notre Dame that caused nerve damage.
Both the boys and girls practiced at the Hutzell Center in preparation for the Nancy Rehm Border Wars Classic on Sunday.
Whitko’s Nate Walpole signed his letter of intent to continue his basketball career at Adrian College.
Two of the biggest programs in the Big Ten were well represented at By Hey Arena on Wednesday as Archie Miller and Tom Izzo were both present to watch North Side sophomore standout Keion Brooks Jr. at open gym.
4A no. 7 Leo bested North Side 19-0 in five innings Tuesday night on the softball diamond.
Jacquay led the Patriots with 350 kills during her senior season. She also tallied 71 aces and 37 total blocks.
For the second year in a row Homestead’s Karissa McLaughlin has earned the title of the SAC’s best player- boy or girl – by winning the annual Tiffany Gooden Award.
4A no. 3 Carroll bested 4A no. 4 Northrop 4-2 on Monday night at Charger Field in what was perhaps the best match-up in the state on the prep diamond.