The Carroll High School senior class has no shortage of standout athletes and that abundance of athletic riches was on display Wednesday afternoon when 13 student-athletes signed to play college sports.
Leo seniors Joe Lambright, Hannah Tkacz and Tyler Laborde all signed to play college sports on Wednesday afternoon.
Standout seniors Nathan Ogle and Kaleb Cook will be making their way from Kendallville to college football this fall after signing letters of intent on Wednesday afternoon.
Hard-hitting safety Trey Jackson is taking his talents to the capital city as the New Haven senior signed with the University of Indianapolis on Wednesday afternoon while speedy receiver Tyon Woods inked with Davenport University.
A linebacker, Whitner racked up 119 tackles as a senior in 2015 with seven sacks and 11 TFLs.
A talented group of seniors at Bishop Luers signed to play college sports on Wednesday afternoon.
Wayne High School senior Auston Robertson is keeping his options open regarding his football career after verbally committing to Michigan State last June.
Isaac Stiebeling, David Turner, and Malik Bramley helped lead Snider to the 5A state title this past fall and now the three football standouts will take their skills to the next level.
Standout running back D’Wayne Eskridge is heading to Kalamazoo to continue his football career after signing with Western Michigan University on Wednesday.
An IFCA 1A all-state running back, Hunter Bates is heading to Wabash College to continue his football career.
The NewsChannel 15 sports team got up early to cover area athletes as they sign their national letters of intent.
Yogi Ferrell had 17 points and nine assists, and No. 22 Indiana finished the first half with 25 straight points en route to an 80-67 victory over Michigan on Tuesday night.
The 41st annual IHSAA girls state basketball tournament tipped off on Tuesday night with first round sectional play all across northeast Indiana.
The Mad Ants fall to 13-14 on the season, while Maine moves to 15-13.
We are proud to honor the Angola Hornets as your Optimum Performance Sports Team of the Week.
Meurs was assessed a major penalty and game misconduct for kneeing under Rule #50.5 at 19:52 of the first period against Kalamazoo on Sunday.
Christmas has appeared in 25 games for Fort Wayne so far this season, where he is averaging 15.5 points, 7.5 rebounds, and 2.0 blocks over 31.3 minutes per game.
Luis Bertran currently sits 60 digs shy of tying the IPFW record, set by All-American Jay Golsteyn (1986-89).
Good compiled 241 victories to rank in the NCAA Division III’s top 40.
Dottie (Porch) Hampton was a two-sport athlete at IPFW in both women’s basketball and volleyball, but she really excelled in the latter.