Leo’s Brooke Imel and Anna Feldman will both continue their athletic careers in college as Imel signed with IPFW softball while Feldman inked with the Bethel College golf program on Wednesday.
Columbia City High School senior Brachen Hazen, Tyler Green, and Spencer Klimek all signed to play college sports on Wednesday afternoon.
Garrett High School senior Taylor Smith will continue her volleyball career in the Big Ten as the standout signed with the University of Maryland on Wednesday.
Seven standout student-athletes at Bishop Dwenger put pen to paper on Friday – Patrick Allgeier, Kristina Burkhardt, Callahan Elzey, Noah Freimuth, Blake Malone, Dalton O’Boyle, and Alexa Siegel.
Snider’s Gabe Swardson will continue his swimming career at West Virginia University next fall while baseball standout Chase Phelps will head to IPFW.
Northrop baseball standout Mike Snyder won’t have to go far to continue his baseball career as the shortstop/pitcher has signed with IPFW.
Kashirsky 30, started this season appearing in five games with Greenville before being released on Nov. 4
In a pair of letters sent to the companies, Attorney General Eric Schneiderman said that after a one-month investigation, his office had concluded that the daily contests are essentially games of chance, not skill.
Prosise is listed as the starter on the depth chart. Kelly said even if Prosise is ready to go, Adams’ performance against Pitt earned him some carries.
Jordon Southorn of the Fort Wayne Komets is the Sher-Wood Hockey ECHL Player of the Week for Nov. 2-8.
3A no. 8 Norwell bested Wayne 69-56 on Tuesday night to headline local girls basketball action.
The IPFW women’s volleyball team opening its final home stand of the season with a 3-0 sweep over Western Illinois (25-19, 25-15, 25-19).
Bishop Luers graduate and Fort Wayne native Kevin Kiermaier is bringing home the defensive hardware as the American League Gold Glove winner for center field.
Clemson, Alabama, Ohio State, and Notre Dame would be the four teams qualifying for college football’s playoff if it began today.
We are proud to honor the Northfield football team as your Orthopedic Hospital and Fort Wayne Orthopedics Team of the Week.
Coach Chuck Pagano told a small group of reporters on a conference call that Luck was sore after the game and felt worse Monday afternoon. He was then sent for tests.
The Canterbury girls soccer team celebrated the program’s second consecutive 1A state championship on Monday with a school-wide pep rally.
Homestead drops from no. 1 in 4A to no. 2.