The boys Border Wars Classic roster was unveiled on Friday and it includes Snider’s Malik Williams as well as North Side’s Jaylen Butz.
After competing in nationals, the Turnstone Prep Wheelchair basketball team is your Optimum Performance Sports “Team of the Week.”
Amelia White is looking to follow in the footsteps of fellow Summit City soccer stars DaMarcus Beasley and Sarah Killion and she’ll have a chance to impress later this month in Texas.
Karissa McLaughlin recently committed to Purdue and even former Homestead grad Caleb Swanigan helped her with the decision.
The Fort Wayne baseball team dropped a Summit League contest to Oral Roberts on Sunday (April 9) afternoon 14-2 in seven innings at Mastodon Field.
Many of the areas top basketball talent begins tryouts for the 25th Nancy Rehm Border War game that dates back to the 1980’s.
The Fort Wayne softball team was unable to get the bats going in its series final with Western Illinois as the Mastodons fell 6-0.
Saint Francis took care of business and beat Spring Arbor of Michigan in two softball games on Saturday afternoon, 6-4 and 6-1.
Following 90 minutes of scoreless soccer, the Hoosiers dominated the shoot-out to beat the Irish.
Fort Wayne beat Quad City 6-1 in a preview of the opening round of the ECHL Kelly Cup Playoffs.
The Fort Wayne softball team walked off in style as the Mastodons won the second game of its doubleheader with Western Illinois 4-3 in eight innings to split the day.
Fort Wayne rallied to send the game to extra innings but fell in the end to Bowling Green in their home opener in 11 innings, 5-4.
The Concordia Lutheran boys track team dominated the small school Hoosier State Relays indoor track title and are your Optimum Performance Sports “Team of the Week.”
Former Fort Wayne players like Torii Hunter pave the way for new talent to follow to the major leagues from the TinCaps.
Karissa McLaughin is staying in-state as she announced her commitment to Purdue on Twitter Monday morning.
The Tin Caps arrived in Fort Wayne Sunday afternoon to prepare for the upcoming baseball season.
Sierra Miranda hit her first career home run but it was not enough to power the Fort Wayne softball team past North Dakota State, as the Mastodons fell 7-2.
The Komets will face the Quad City Mallards in the first round of the 2017 ECHL Kelly Cup playoffs starting in Fort Wayne Friday, April 14.
With Robbie Knievel on hand, it was a daredevil victory for the Komets as they beat the Fuel 5-4.
Despite a career night from Alex Dickmann, the Fort Wayne men’s volleyball fell to Quincy in five sets (21-25, 25-22, 20-25, 25-20, 15-11).