Young people can get more information or register for the camp by May 18 by visiting http://www.profootballminicamp.com.
Columbia City’s Elise Cormany signed her letter of intent with Huntington University on Tuesday morning at her high school.
Fort Wayne’s 66th season, sixth in the ECHL, will open with the Komets hosting the Toledo Walleye on Saturday, Oct. 14 at 7:30pm.
Hudson Potts tripled and singled three times, driving in two runs as the Fort Wayne TinCaps topped the Lansing Lugnuts 10-2 on Monday.
The TinCaps pitcher posted a 2.45 ERA in six starts this season was promoted to Advanced-A Lake Elsinore.
Twelve Northrop student athletes signed their letters of intent to continue their athletic careers at the next level on Monday afternoon.
Leo’s Alexa Allen is on the verge of making history as she records hit No. 222 to tie the all-time Indiana hits record.
Bill Patrick resigns as Tippecanoe Valley head coach as the second winningest head coach in Indiana high school hoops history.
Fort Wayne will take on the Walleye – the team that eliminated them from the playoffs this past season – in the first game of the year on October 14 at 7:30 PM at Memorial Coliseum.
Purdue standout Caleb Swanigan worked out for the Indiana Pacers on Monday afternoon at Bankers Life Fieldhouse.
Fort Wayne baseball dropped a Summit League contest to South Dakota State on Sunday (May 14) 10-5.
The fourth largest crowd ever in the month of May at Parkview Field saw the TinCaps drop the rubber match of their three-game series with the Beloit Snappers (Oakland A’s), 10-3.
Fort Wayne baseball dropped a Summit League game to South Dakota State on Saturday (May 13) in 10 innings 11-2 at Mastodon Field.
Will Power won the IndyCar Grand Prix on Saturday for his first victory of the season, leading 61 of 85 laps and easily holding off Scott Dixon on Indianapolis Motor Speedway’s road course.
The Warriors depart for the NAIA Baseball National Championship tournament in Oklahoma as Indiana Tech plays Bryan on Monday afternoon.
The TinCaps’ five-run sixth inning wasn’t enough on Friday night at Parkview Field as the Beloit Snappers (Oakland Athletics) defeated Fort Wayne, 9-5.
Kirk Cousins and Tamika Catchings speak at FCA Night of Hope event at Memorial Coliseum in Fort Wayne.
Mikhail McCowin is staying close home to go to school while Blane Cook, Dustin Notter, and Joseph Deiser are all heading outside the Summit City to continue their athletic career.
Swanigan will be joined in the workout by Jordan Bell (Oregon); Josh Hart (Villanova); Wesley Iwundu (Kansas State); Monte Morris (Iowa State); and Derrick White (Colorado).
The Bellmont High School product was an integral part of the Warriors run to the postseason last year as a senior where he hit .376 and lead the team in hits (77), doubles (22), triples (5) and RBI’s (67) while smashing 11 home runs.