Fifteen seniors and 15 underclass boys basketball players have earned IBCA/Subway “Supreme 15” All-State honors for 2015-16, it was announced Thursday (March 24)
John Todor confirmed to WANE-TV that he will not return to Snider next season
Gage Pinkerton’s basket with 1.2 seconds capped a game that saw Griffith go ahead by as many as nine points, only to ultimately fall 60-58.
Monday, March 28 is the first day the IHSAA allows high school baseball games to be played.
It was a busy day at Bishop Dwenger on Wednesday as the Saints held a school-wide pep rally to celebrate their state championship rifle team and their national championship cheerleading squad.
Korrie Griggs will head to Angola to continue his football career at the receiver signed with Trine University on Wednesday afternoon.
Columbia City’s Parker Hazen, Warsaw’s Kyle Mangas, North Side’s Jalen Butz named to North group.
We are proud to honor the Leo hockey team as your Optimum Performance Sports Team of the Week.
The IHSAA announced that the 3A semi-state game between Marion and Griffith has been rescheduled for Wednesday, March 23rd at 6:00PM. The game will still take place at Lafayette Jefferson High School.
Warsaw and Canterbury both saw their seasons end in semi-state round of the IHSAA boys basketball tournament.
No local players were selected to the 13-player squad to compete against Kentucky.
Bishop Luers senior Nathan Pritchard will continue his football career at Trine University, signing with the Thunder on Wednesday afternoon.
Blackhawk Christian soccer standout Jackson Didion will be taking his talents to Bethel College as the senior signed with the Pilots on Wednesday afternoon.
We are proud to honor the Canterbury boys basketball team as your Optimum Performance Sports Team of the Week.
Reinking has a 162-101 record during two stints as head coach of the Cadets.
Newman helped New Haven win the team title at the Bellmont sectional this fall, coming in sixth individually with a time of 19:50.6.
The Leo lions pull out a 3-2 win in a triple overtime thriller over the Penn Kingsmen in the 3A state hockey finals on Saturday at the Indiana Farmers Coliseum in Indianapolis.
Bishop Dwenger finished in third place with a score of 111.8. Homestead finished in 9th place scoring 107 points led by Catherine Milne, who finished 16th place in the all-around event.
Canterbury and Warsaw are now one win away from Bankers Life Fieldhouse after winning regional titles on Saturday.
Leo is the only team hockey team northeast Indiana that will play for state title this weekend as the Lions will square off against Penn.