Bishop Luers graduate Kevin Kiermaier has been named Tampa Bay’s recipient of the 2015 Heart and Hustle Award as presented by the Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association.
Stuckey, a 6-5, 205-pound guard played the 2014-15 NBA season with the Pacers and averaged 12.6 points, 3.5 rebounds and 3.1 assists in 71 games.
In a first-of-its-kind partnership, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios (MGM) and the Indiana Pacers will bring one of the all-time great underdog stories, Hoosiers, to the NBA hardwood, celebrating the film’s 30th Anniversary.
Braves rookie Matt Wisler (4-1) allowed four runs and eight hits in six innings.
The field of golfers for the 2015 Fort Wayne Golf Association’s City Tournament are now set. On Sunday 78 golfers and five alternates made the cut at the City Qualifier. They will join the 78 golfers who already made the cut because of their performance in past tournaments.
Parkview Field hosted the Coast to Coast Baseball program on Saturday. The program is in search of the nation’s top high school baseball players to participate in their showcase in December.
As part of the Three Rivers Festival’s closing events, the 11th annual Street Pole Vault competition took place on Saturday
The coach chose to add DaMarcus Beasley, Joe Corona and Alan Gordon for the knockout rounds, which begin with the quarterfinals Saturday in Baltimore.
Indiana University Men’s Basketball Head Coach Tom Crean will be in Fort Wayne for a special dinner to support the ministry of Youth for Christ of Northern Indiana on Sunday, Aug. 9, at the Parkview Mirro Center for Research and Development.
Bryan native Matt Wisler has hit the ground running in Atlanta, as the 22-year-old rookie is 3-1 with a 3.10 ERA in his first five Major League starts.
A local invention is making its way to majors, as Rich Dunno’s “King of the Hill” training mound molds his passion for pitching with his tool manufacturing background.
After introducing three new players Tuesday — guard Monta Ellis, forward Chase Budinger and center Jordan Hill — Bird told reporters that he wouldn’t get into a public spat over where George will play this season and that George “doesn’t make the decisions around here.”