Mad Ants Drop Game to Canton

The Mad Ants, sponsored by Lutheran Health Network, fell at home, Saturday, March 7th to the Canton Charge 97-94 at the Allen Co. War Memorial Coliseum.

Bouldin Back With Mad Ants

Matt Bouldin returns to the Mad Ants as one of their key players in their 2014 D-League Championship run last April, where he averaged 13.1 ppg and 3.8 assists per game

Kiermaier Ready for 2015

Bishop Luer’s grad, Kevin Kiermaeir, is down in Florida gearing up for his second year with the Tampa Bay Rays.

St. Paul’s, Holy Cross Win ILSAA Championships

It was a busy weekend for middle school basketball players, with the Indiana Lutheran Schools Basketball State Championship taking place at Concordia Lutheran High School on Sunday.

Mad Ants Fall in OT to Sioux Falls

The Mad Ants, sponsored by Lutheran Health Network, fell in their return home, Sunday, March 1st to the Sioux Falls Skyforce 122-118 in overtime at the Allen Co. War Memorial Coliseum.

East Noble’s Garrett Pepple Captures Wrestling State Title

East Noble’s Garrett Pepple made it to the IHSAA State Championship match three times throughout his high school career. The first two trips ended in losses. But at last months State Finals, Pepple captured the crown at 113.

Harnish Looks For New Team in 2015

After three seasons in the NFL, Norwell graduate Chandler Harnish is spending his first offseason as a free agent. The quarterback, who was the last pick in the 2012 NFL draft, is looking for his third pro team this coming free agency period.

Paul Pushes Canton Past Mad Ants

The Canton Charge (21-16), presented by SecureData 365 and powered by the Cleveland Cavaliers, topped the Fort Wayne Mad Ants (22-15), 88-79, in front of 3,889 on Friday night at the Canton Memorial Civic Center. Canton’s win evened the season series at one win apiece for the former divisional foes.

Pacers Star Paul George Goes Through First Full Practice

Almost seven months after a gruesome leg injury seemingly ended his season, the Pacers’ star finished his first full practice — three days ahead of schedule. Now, the next countdown can begin: When will he play?