Homestead jumped out to a 28-0 lead and never looked back as the 6A no. 11 Spartans bested Warsaw 52-27 at Fisher Field.
Warsaw and Homestead opened up 6A sectional play with wins to advance to the sectional championship game.
Top-ranked Snider dominated their first game of the postseason with a 56-3 win over Concord.
Bishop Dwenger and New Haven picked up dominant wins to advance to the sectional 19 title game while East Noble kept their season alive with a win over Plymouth.
Bishop Luers and Concordia will meet in the sectional title game after picking up wins on Friday night.
South Adams stunned 2A No. 1 Woodlan with a 20-14 win over the Warriors and Churubusco beat Whitko in 2A action.
Adams Central went down to Middletown and came back with a win over Shenadoah.
Defending state champs Snider (5A) and Bishop Dwenger (4A) rolled in sectional semifinal action while South Adams scored one of the biggest upsets in the state by knocking off 2A no. 1 Woodlan on a wild night of football on the Highlight Zone.
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Bishop Luers graduate Kevin Kiermaier has a chance to make it back-to-back Gold Gloves as the Fort Wayne native is one of three finalists for the American League Gold Glove in center field.
4A no. 5 New Haven blanked Huntington North 42-0 to win the Northeast 8 title outright at Kriegbaum Field.
3A no. 17 Garrett wrapped up the regular season with a 8-1 record as the Railroaders topped Central Noble 54-32.
In SAC play 5A no. 1 Snider, who clinched the Victory Bell last week, defeated 3A no. 15 Bishop Luers 52-27 as the Panthers finished the regular season undefeated.
2A no. 1 Woodlan bested 1A no. 4 Adams Central 28-16 in the Highlight Zone “Game of the Week” at Etlzer Field to clinch the ACAC title and remain undefeated on the final Friday night of the regular season.
2A No. 1 Woodlan won their second straight ACAC title with a 28-16 win over previously unbeaten Adams Central in our Highlight Zone Game of the Week.
The Oakland Athletics sent Norwell graduate Jarrod Parker outright to the Triple-A Nashville Sounds, clearing the way for Parker to become a free agent.
Bengals fans were hopeful he would return this week from an ankle injury that’s kept him out of action since the Pro Bowl.
Arnold Palmer’s first money he earned on the PGA Tour was earned in the Summit City.
The Tampa Bay Rays spent this week in Chicago for a four-game road series against the White Sox and Gold Glove center fielder Kevin Kiermaier sat down with WANE’s Glenn Marini as U.S. Cellular Field to discuss his 2016 season.
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.