The Snider boys basketball team opened their season with a 57-51 win over Wayne on Friday night at Kilmer Court on the first night of SAC double headers on the Highlight Zone.
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Reigning SAC champion Homestead bested 4A no. 5 Warsaw in your “Game of the Week” as the first full Friday of hoops hit the airwaves on the Highlight Zone.
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Grube has signed a minor league deal with the Toronto Blue Jays that includes and invitation to spring training.
Concordia will make their first appearance at Lucas Oil Stadium for the IHSAA State Football Championships on Saturday, November 26.
Snider’s quest for back-to-back state championship fell short at 5A semi-state on Friday night as the 5A no. 1 Panthers fell to 5A no. 5 Westfield 23-17 in a game delayed by weather.
Concordia will play for the 3A state title next Saturday at Lucas Oil Stadium as the Cadets bested Garrett 56-42 at semi-state at a rain-soaked Memorial Field.
Adams Central saw a fantastic postseason run come to an end Friday night in Monroe as the 1A no. 6 Flying Jets fell to 1A no. 3 Pioneer 22-8 at semi-state.
1A no. 6 Adams Central is heading to semistate as the Flying Jets bested Southwood 23-7 at Sherman Waggner Field on Friday night.
After beating 2A no. 1 Woodlan and 2A no. 13 Churubusco South Adams’ magical postseason run came to an end Friday at 2A no. 3 Eastbrook as the Starfires fell 28-21.
Garrett now will host 3A semistate against Concordia next Friday.
In 4A it was 4A no. 4 New Haven falling for the first time this season as the Bulldogs were bested by 4A no. 2 NorthWood 52-28.
6A no. 11 Homestead saw its season come to an end against 6A no. 7 Carmel in the form of a 42-7 loss at Dave S. Walters Stadium.
5A No. 1 Snider overcame a slow start to beat Mishawaka 31-7 to win the regional crown for the second year in a row.
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The annual Gold Glove awards announced on Tuesday night and Kiermaier takes home his position’s top honor despite missing almost two months with a pair of broken bones in his left hand.
There will be a new 4A state champion as (11-0) New Haven topped (8-4) Bishop Dwenger 28-23 for the sectional 20 crown.
Adams Central and Southwood are moving on to regional action next week after winning sectional titles on Friday night.
For the second straight week South Adams took down a ranked opponent as the Starfires bested 2A no. 13 Churubusco 29-27 in Berne.