Malik Williams set a new Snider single game record with 45 points as the Panthers bested 1A no. 16 Blackhawk Christian 75-63 to headline local basketball action on Thursday night.
The first-ever Northeast 8 boys basketball conference title will be on the line Friday night at Donald S. Weeks Gymnasium as Columbia City hosts Leo in the Highlight Zone “Game of the Week.”
Adam Stoody and Nick Ramsey each tallied two goals as Carroll defeated Homestead 11-1 to inch closer to claiming the Roy Chip Cup.
Megan LaFontaine and Tyler Robinson will be heading to college to continue their athletic career as both Northrop seniors signed on Wednesday.
Sarah Fryman led the Vikings at 16 points a game this past season. She also paced the team with 5.5 rebounds a night.
Carroll’s Kelham Brown drilled a game-winning three with 4.5 seconds to beat North Side left while Wayne’s Breon Kinnie beat the buzzer – and the Homestead Spartans – with a game-winning put-back to highlight a dramatic night of prep basketball in Fort Wayne.
Huntington North senior Chandler Updike made his college choice official on Tuesday night as the wrestling standout inked with Indiana Tech.
We are proud to honor the East Noble girls basketball team as your Optimum Performance Sports Team of the Week.
Eleven Saints signed to continue their athletic career in college Tuesday afternoon at Bishop Dwenger High School.
Warsaw stays 4th in 4A and Carroll remains 4A no. 8 while Homestead, Columbia City, Angola, Southwood, and Blackhawk Christian are receiving votes on their respective poll.
Girls swimming sectionals were held Saturday afternoon at South Side High School where the Carroll Chargers brought home their second consecutive sectional title winning eight events resulting in a score of 525.
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The Huntington North boys basketball team shook up the Northeast 8 with a 56-38 win over New Haven on Saturday.
The first round of the IHSAA girls basketball tournament came to an end on Saturday night with sectional champions crowned all across the state.
With four classes of basketball WANE-TV honored four local players as Fill It Up All-Stars – East Noble’s Lanie Allen, Norwell’s Stephanie Conrad, Eastside’s Lindsey Beard, and Southern Wells’ Jada Johnson.
Sixteen local teams punched their ticket to play for a sectional title tomorrow night as sectional semifinal action took over the The Highlight Zone on Friday night.
Click here for scores from girls basketball sectional semi-finals on 2/5.
Purdue basketball coach Matt Painter was at Kilmer Court on Thursday night to watch 6-foot-11 junior Malik Williams and the Snider Panthers defeat SAC rival Bishop Dwenger 65-52.
Snider’s Kyla Covington and Heritage’s Jacque Jacquay each led their team to a conference win last Friday night to earn Fill It Up All-Star honors on January 29.
4A no. 2 Homestead will face a 19-4 Jay County team on Friday night in girls sectional semifinal play in the Highlight Zone “Game of the Week.”