In ACAC play 1A no. 4 Adams Central improved to 4-0 overall and 2-0 in conference with a 33-7 win over Jay County.
In Northeast 8 play New Haven earned a big win the conference title race as the Bulldogs bested 4A no. 5 Leo 48-9 at John Young Stadium.
Bishop Dwenger showed why the Saints are top-ranked team in 4A football as they defeated Homestead 34-13 in the Highlight Zone “Game of the Week” to remain unbeaten on the season.
Bishop Luers graduate Kevin Kiermaier was 4-for-5 for the Rays, including two solo home runs
Roberto Castro was just as good before the rain as he was after the storms cleared and shot a 7-under 65 on Thursday for the temporary lead in the BMW Championship.
Bishop Luers graduate Kevin Kiermaier went 3-for-4 with a home run and a two-run single to help the Tampa Bay Rays beat Baltimore 7-6 on Wednesday and deny the Orioles a three-game sweep.
Growing up in Fort Wayne Zach McKinstry had been to Parkview Field many times – but never as a professional baseball player.
After serving in the Korean War, Kratzert became the head golf pro at FWCC. He was named the Indiana Golf Professional of the Year in 1971.
Brad Miller played 14 seasons in the NBA – and now he’s been raising money for Big Brothers Big Sisters for almost as long.
The Bishop Luers grad had a three-run drive in a five-run eighth that made it 8-1. He had three hits and two stolen bases.
A member of the Indiana Baseball Hall of Fame, Jones led the Barons to 751 wins and the 1980 state title.
Jay Cutler threw for 18 yards and got sacked twice in the first quarter.
DeKalb High School graduate Jarrett Grube’s second go-round in the majors unfortunately lasted just 24 hours as the pitcher was optioned to Triple-A Tacoma one day after being called up by the Mariners.
Corunna native Jarrett Grube will be in the Seattle Mariners bullpen tonight against the Detroit Tigers after being called up from Triple-A Tacoma where he was scheduled to start.
Eddie Graham of Centerville, Ohio, won the PBA50 DeHayes Insurance Group Championship presented by Pro Bowl West and Ebonite Tuesday night.
Mitchell Rutledge finished the final round with a birdie on 18 to win the 2016 Men’s City Tournament.
Nick Bienz and Joe Hayden each shot a 68 in the second round to take over the lead at the FWGA Men’s City Tournament on Saturday.
With round one in the books Mitchell Rutledge lead the Fort Wayne City Tournament after shooting a seven-under-par 65 Friday at Brookwood Golf Club.
The Luers grad hit a three-run drive off Chien-Ming Wang in a five-run sixth to put the Rays ahead 11-0.
Plumlee was born in Fort Wayne, grew up in Warsaw, and played parts of the 2012-13 season with the Mad Ants after being selected in the first round of the 2012 NBA draft by the Indiana Pacers.