While it is a step in the right direction, even the Bishop Dwenger grad himself isn’t sure if he’ll play this Sunday against the Broncos.
Fort Wayne native Tyler Eifert doesn’t need his face on a Wheaties box – he’s got a line of cereal all his own.
Carson Wentz followed up an impressive NFL debut with another solid performance, throwing for 190 yards and a touchdown, and the Philadelphia Eagles beat the Chicago Bears 29-14 on Monday night.
Team USA finished with the silver medal in Wheelchair Rugby after falling to Australia in double overtime in the championship,
One of the members of Team USA, Jared Arambula started playing wheelchair basketball with the Turnstone Flyers at the age of 13.
During his time at Notre Dame the Irish played in the Sun Bowl, the Champs Sports Bowl, and the Pinstripe Bowl. Now, Tyler’s heading for the cereal bowl.
Kevin Kiermaier and Corey Dickerson hit two-run homers and the Tampa Bay Rays beat the Toronto Blue Jays 8-1 on Wednesday.
Steve Vernasco shot a five-under-par 139 over two days at Coyote Creek to win his first Fort Wayne Senior City Tournament title by one stroke.
2A no. 20 Eastside won a key NECC small division game Friday night in Butler, beating Churubusco 28-6.
In ACAC play 1A no. 4 Adams Central improved to 4-0 overall and 2-0 in conference with a 33-7 win over Jay County.
In Northeast 8 play New Haven earned a big win the conference title race as the Bulldogs bested 4A no. 5 Leo 48-9 at John Young Stadium.
Bishop Dwenger showed why the Saints are top-ranked team in 4A football as they defeated Homestead 34-13 in the Highlight Zone “Game of the Week” to remain unbeaten on the season.
Bishop Luers graduate Kevin Kiermaier was 4-for-5 for the Rays, including two solo home runs
Roberto Castro was just as good before the rain as he was after the storms cleared and shot a 7-under 65 on Thursday for the temporary lead in the BMW Championship.
Bishop Luers graduate Kevin Kiermaier went 3-for-4 with a home run and a two-run single to help the Tampa Bay Rays beat Baltimore 7-6 on Wednesday and deny the Orioles a three-game sweep.
Growing up in Fort Wayne Zach McKinstry had been to Parkview Field many times – but never as a professional baseball player.
After serving in the Korean War, Kratzert became the head golf pro at FWCC. He was named the Indiana Golf Professional of the Year in 1971.
Brad Miller played 14 seasons in the NBA – and now he’s been raising money for Big Brothers Big Sisters for almost as long.
The Bishop Luers grad had a three-run drive in a five-run eighth that made it 8-1. He had three hits and two stolen bases.
A member of the Indiana Baseball Hall of Fame, Jones led the Barons to 751 wins and the 1980 state title.