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.
Pine Valley took home their second straight City Swim title at the annual meet on Sunday.
Local golfers met at Cedar Creek Saturday morning to compete in the city tournament qualifier.
Local dive clubs from Fort Wayne came together for the annual City Dive Meet at Helen P. Brown Natatorium.
The 31-year-old averaged 7.1 points in 16.1 minutes per game for the Bulls last season.
Jeff Gordon is the only five-time winner of the Brickyard 400 and race organizers billed the 2015 race as his “last ride” in Indy.
Wrigley Field is known for its sprawling ivy, its historic charm, and its perfectly manicured ball diamond. For Fort Wayne native Dan Kiermaier, he’s happy to call that hallowed field his office.
The team had a rematch against California Elite.
Courtney Dye leads after 36 holes at 6-over par.
The Fort Wayne Sport Club team will play California Elite, despite losing to that team Saturday.
After missing almost two months with two broken bones in his left hand Bishop Luers graduate Kevin Kiermaier returned to the lineup for the Tampa Bay Rays on Friday night.
Former Snider and IPFW standout Ashton Taft stands alone atop the leaderboard with the first round of the Women’s City Tournament at Cedar Creek in Leo.
Fort Wayne native Reggie Hearn netted six points for the D-League Select team in a 88-76 win over the New Orleans Pelicans Friday night in Las Vegas Summer League play.
Wilcox played five games for the Mad Ants in January of 2015, scoring 13.2 points a game.
Snider graduate Reggie Hearn tallied eight points for the D-League Select team in a 108-71 loss to the Sixers Wednesday night in Las Vegas summer league play.
The race will now be ran on Saturday, August 20th, as part of “Fort Wayne Mad Ants Night at the Races” which will not only feature the ICAR Outlaw Super Late Models.
Thomas tells WANE-TV he plans to play for Anadolu Efes Istanbul of the Euroleague in Turkey next season.