Josh VanMeter returned to Parkview Field Tuesday night after spending the last four months recovering from a fractured left fibula he suffered in the second game of the season.
Fort Wayne’s incredible home streak continued at Parkview Field with an 11-inning, 4-3 walk-off victory over the Quad Cities River Bandits.
The East Noble Knights have built a culture of success in Kendallville. The Knights are in search of their 14th straight winning season in 2015 as they get ready to join the new Northeast 8.
St. Francis opened up fall camp on Monday morning, preparing for the start of the season on September 5th.
In the first edition of “Inside The Zone” during the 2015 football season The News-Sentinel prep football writer Justin Kenny and WANE-TV sports director Glenn Marini preview each local football conference.
The Orlando Solar Bears have announced that the club has acquired the ECHL rights to right wing Eric Faille from the Fort Wayne Komets in exchange for right wing Brock Montgomery, after Faille agreed to a two-way AHL/ECHL contract with the Toronto Marlies.
Baker rode for more than 30 years and was honored as one of NASCAR’s 50 greatest drivers in 1998. He was the first driver to exceed 200 mph on a closed course.
Professional Bowlers Association legend Pete Weber will have the inside track to earn PBA50 Tour Player of the Year honors when the PBA50 DeHayes Insurance Group Championship presented by Pro Bowl West and Ebonite concludes the 2015 season Aug. 9-12 at Pro Bowl West.
Indiana Men’s Basketball coach, Tom Crean, was in the Summit City on Sunday, attending a fundraising dinner to support the Ministry of Youth for Christ of Northern Indiana.
From the football field to the broadcast booth, Frank Gifford was a star. And a winner.
The first-place TinCaps topped the Peoria Chiefs, 4-2, on Sunday night at Dozer Park. All of Fort Wayne’s runs were unearned, including two in the top of the ninth.
Columbia City will look to build off the momentum built at the end of last season in 2015.