#3 Cougars lose to #6 IWU and grip on CL lead

Another NAIA Top 25 Showdown, another packed house and unfortunately for No. 3-ranked University of Saint Francis, another close-but-no-cigar setback to No. 6 Indiana Wesleyan University on Saturday afternoon.

2/10: Girls Basketball Regionals

The regional doubleheaders – which includes the semifinals earlier in the day followed for the finals at 8 P.M. – taking place on Saturday. Check out the scores and highlights here.

Goaltender Houser reassigned to Komets

The Komets announced Monday that goaltender Michael Houser has been reassigned to Fort Wayne by the AHL’s Tucson Roadrunners.  Houser served as back-up during his brief stay with Tucson since being called up last week. 

2/5 Inside The Zone – Komets Hockey

Forward Taylor Crunk will undergo surgery on his hip and miss the remainder of the season. Blake Sebring helps break down the ramifications in this week’s edition of “Inside The Zone.”

2/5 Wendy’s Play of the Week!

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Each Monday from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. you’ll be able to vote on the Wendy’s “Play of the Week.” We’ll air three choices during the 6 p.m. sportscast with the poll closing at 11 p.m.

McLaughlin leads Purdue to 6th win in seven games

The Purdue women’s basketball team picked up its second straight road win and its sixth victory in the Boilermakers’ last seven outings Sunday at Illinois, dealing the Fighting Illini a 73-54 defeat at the State Farm Center.

2/3: Girls Sectional Finals Recap

Girls high school basketball sectional finals were held on Saturday around the area. Carroll, South Side, Concordia Lutheran and more advanced to regionals. Check out all the highlights here.

Edward helps No. 3 Purdue hold off Rutgers, 78-76

Despite missing the past two days of practice, Edward had 18 points, seven rebounds and eight assists to help the Boilermakers hold on to beat Rutgers 78-76 on Saturday for a school-record 19th straight win.

2/1: Prep Basketball Recap

The Spartans win their fifth straight game – and the bench mob is loving it – as they top Canterbury on Thursday night, 81-49.