The Lady Archers are off to their best start in program history as they are 9-0 including a comeback victory over Heritage Christian on Saturday. We are proud to honor South Side as the Optimum Performance Sports Team of the Week.
The Purdue women’s basketball team fell to visiting Ohio University Sunday at Mackey Arena 77-71, falling to 6-5 on the season.
The sophomore guard scored a career-high 27 points and No. 21 Purdue beat IUPUI 86-61 on Sunday night for Painter’s 300th victory.
Fort Wayne won their fifth straight game as they top Orlando at home on Sunday evening, 5-2. Jason Binkley got the scoring started for the Komets with a banked shot off the back boards.
Werner scored in the second overtime to lead Stanford to its third straight NCAA men’s soccer title with a 1-0 win over Indiana on Sunday.
Trubisky threw for a touchdown and ran for another in his best showing yet, and Chicago ended a five-game losing streak by routing the lackluster Cincinnati Bengals 33-7 on Sunday.
LeSean McCoy scored on a 21-yard run with 1:33 left in overtime to secure the Buffalo Bills’ 13-7 win over the Indianapolis Colts in a wintry, white-out setting best suited for snow shoes and sled dogs.
Canterbury graduate Bailey Farley returns to Fort Wayne as Milwaukee beats IPFW on Sunday afternoon, 60-48.
Despite trailing at the half, New Haven rallied on the road and beat a talented Homestead team, 61-58.
Fort Wayne rallied and scored three goals in the third period to beat the Mallards on Star Wars Night, 5-3.
Romeo Langford scored 42 points as New Albany beat North Side on Saturday, 97-59. Keion Brooks Jr. scored 18 points for the Legends.
Huntington North alumni E.J. Tackett – who won the 2016 PBA Bowler of the Year award – was honored before the game against Manchester. The Vikings won, 59-32.
South Side rallies back to beat Heritage Christian and Northrop dominates Garrett on Saturday afternoon to stay undefeated on the season.
The No. 11-ranked Indiana Tech women’s basketball team defeated Lourdes, 81-36, in Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference (WHAC) action on Saturday afternoon at the Schaefer Center.
A hot-shooting first half for the Miami Redhawks ended up being the difference in Fort Wayne’s 81-73 defeat at Millett Hall on Saturday (Dec. 9) afternoon.
North Side beats rival South Side in the Highlight Zone “Game of the Week”, 76-52. It was the first night of SAC doubleheaders.
Fort Wayne’s Bryson Scott was honored for the second time this season as The Summit League’s Player of the Week.
The Komets were a perfect 2-0-0 for week 8 of 2017-18 gaining four points and improving to 10-6-2 and 22 points after 18 games.
31 points from senior Bryson Scott helped the Fort Wayne men’s basketball team to an 86-71 win over SIUE on Sunday (Dec. 3) afternoon at the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum.
For a second straight year, the Fighting Irish will play on January 1st. They are set to face LSU in the Citrus Bowl.