IndyCar driver James Hinchcliffe was been moved out of intensive care Wednesday, two days after surgery on his left thigh and pelvic area following a frightening crash during practice for the Indianapolis 500.
If you don’t have a driver picked out for Sunday’s Indianapolis 500 you might want to put your support behind Alex Tagliani thanks to his Summit City connection.
With the wind blowing out at Classic Park on Tuesday afternoon, the Lake County Captains hit four home runs and beat the TinCaps, 8-5. All eight of Lake County’s runs were driven in on homers.
It could have been a lot worse for Norwell High School graduate Jarrod Parker.
Bishop Luers graduate Kristi O’Brien made her LPGA debut this week at the Kingsmill Championship but did not make the cut for the weekend.
The French driver posted the best lap in Indianapolis 500 practice, going 230.698 mph late in the final full practice before qualifying begins Saturday.
Indiana Tech graduates will get a chance to hear Pat Williams tomorrow at commencement – but select Tech alumni got a chance to meet the sports icon and author Friday night at the Fort Wayne Country Club.
For the fourth summer in a row Coyote Creek’s Bill Blumenherst is back, bringing you tips to improve your golf game every Thursday night at 6 p.m.
Bishop Luers graduate Kristi O’Brien made her LPGA debut on Thursday, carding a +10 in the first round of the Kingsmill Championship.
Bishop Luers graduate and former IUPUI standout Kristi O’Brien has qualified for the LPGA’s Kingsmill Championship presented by JTBC this week in Willamsburg, Virginia.
It’s a dream Landon Feichter’s had since he was a kid: to grow up and play in the NFL. People thought he was crazy, but today he proved them wrong, signing with the Cleveland Browns.
A local gymnast is now a national champion. Thirteen year old Suki Pfister took home the national titles in Vault, Beam and All-Around at the Level 9 Eastern National Gymnastics Championships this past week.
The Fort Wayne Flite will take the fourth seed in the CBA playoffs
Norwell grad, Jarrod Parker made his fourth rehab start, and his second with Triple A Nashville. His outing ended with the Oakland Athletics pitcher leaving the game with a serious elbow injury.
Norwell graduate Jarrod Parker made his second rehab start for Triple-A Nasville – fourth overall – Friday night against Round Rock.
Jake Elmore had an RBI single, and both Tim Beckham and Kevin Kiermaier (Bishop Luers High School) had run-scoring grounders off Martinez to get the Rays within 5-3 in the fifth.
The Fort Wayne Mad Ants will be represented by Matt Bouldin and Travis Hyman in the Sixth Annual NBA Development League Elite Mini Camp May 11th and 12th in Chicago.
Homestead’s Caleb Swanigan has reportedly decommitted from Michigan State. A source close to WANE confirmed the news on Thursday.