The Fort Wayne Amateur Hockey Association held its first here High School Hockey Media Day on Monday night at SportONE/Parkview Icehouse as the prep hockey season nears here in the Summit City.
The News-Sentinel’s Justin Kenny and WANE-TV sports director Glenn Marini break down all that week six has to offer in this week’s all new edition of “Inside The Zone.”
University of Kentucky head coach John Calipari joined a long list of big time college basketball coaches to make their way to the Summit City to watch North Side junior Keion Brooks Jr. in person.
Hubertz takes over for J.J. Foster, who left Bishop Luers to become the head coach at South Side.
Snider whacked Homestead at Lucas Oil Saturday, 52-31.
Coming off an overtime loss to New Haven, the Lions finished better and beat East Noble in the Highlight Zone Game of the Week, 35-21.
Leo used a strong ground game to pound its was to a 35-21 win over 4A no. 19 East Noble in the Highlight Zone “Game of the Week” in week five while Carroll’s goal-line stand in the final seconds sealed a 28-24 win over Bishop Dwenger.
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Carroll sharp-shooter Laney Steckler won’t have to go too far to continue her basketball career as the senior signed with Indiana Tech on Thursday evening.
Ben VonGunten could outkick some NFL kickers as the Leo senior showed off his leg by drilling a 65 yard field goal at practice on Tuesday. (It was on his first try too.)
The SAC’s Victory Bell could very well be on the line Saturday night in Indianapolis at 6A no. 3 Snider (4-0) battles 6A no. 10 Homestead (4-0) at 5 p.m. at Lucas Oil Stadium.
A game that will go a long way in determining who wins the Northeast 8 title takes center stage on Friday at 4A no. 19 East Noble hosts Leo in the Highlight Zone “Game of the Week.”
Week four saw a nail-biter at Leo, a blowout at Zollner Stadium, and plenty of amazing action in between.
Colts spokesman Mike Prior honored Rowland in a ceremony with the New Haven team on Wednesday morning.
The Battle of the Bishops goes to the Saints this season on the volleyball court at 3A no. 1 Dwenger swept Luers 3-0 on Tuesday night.
After surprising even themselves by beating Garrett and Eastside, we’re proud to honor the Busco Eagles as the Optimum Performance Sports Team of the Week.
Snider up to 6A no. 3, New Haven climbs to 4A no. 4 while Dwenger slides to 4A no. 7 and Angola cracks 4A top 10.
Coach Rowland was nominated and selected for this award after the Class 4A No. 6 Bulldogs improved to 4-0 on the season, defeating Class 4A No. 19 Leo, 35-33.
Neither team found the back of the net Monday night at Shields Field as Bishop Dwenger and Carroll battled to a scoreless tie in boys soccer.
It may be the off-season for high school basketball, but North Side’s By Hey Arena was abuzz Monday.