High school football players dream of it on National Signing Day, but only a lucky few make it all the way to the Super Bowl.
Drew Keszei, Matt Anderson, Grant Purlee, Moses Girardot, Hunter Terrell, Evan Elston, Geoff Bilbrey, DC Mickey, and John Steiner all put pen to paper on National Signing Day.
Leo soccer standout Logan Sagstetter is heading to Trine University to continue her athletic career.
Joey Books, Ben Keating, Dustin Starnes, and Robbie Bakle will all play sports in college as the four Northrop seniors signed letters of intent on Wednesday.
Snider standout offensive lineman Zenden Dellinger signed with Western Michigan University on Wednesday from the comfort of his home.
Ivan Upshaw, Keshawn Moore, Braxton Madison, Anika Hoffer, Sean Ferguson, and Zach Vachon all signed on Wednesday.
Linebacker Garrett Sutton is heading to Marian University to continue his football career.
Soccer standout Cam Manning and football stud J.T. Wenglikowski both signed to play in college Wednesday afternoon at Leo High School.
Tre Underwood, Carter Gillie, Zack Starks, J’Lyn Charlton, Anton Berry, Kennedy Brough, and Tyler Prince all signed on the dotted line Wednesday to play in college.
Canterbury seniors Sydney Colby and Madison Howell will both be heading off to play college soccer in the fall.
Away from the hoopla that normally surrounds big-time recruits on National Signing Day, Snider senior Mac Hippenhammer quietly signed with Penn State’s football program at his home in front of family and friends on Wednesday.
One of the country’s best high school kickers is taking his talent to Fordham University as Warsaw’s Andrew Mevis signed with the Rams on National Signing Day.
Snider football standouts Paul Buisman and Bryson Haft made their college choice official on National Signing Day.
Norwell offensive lineman Curtis Blackwell verbally committed to Ball State over the summer. On Wednesday he officially made good on his promise.
The Patriots will make their ninth Super Bowl appearance on Sunday – an NFL record. These teams are still waiting for their first.
The first step on the road to a state championship took place Tuesday night as the girls sectional tournament tipped off with WANE-TV covering 11 local games to bring you the area’s best coverage.
We are proud to honor the Carroll wrestling team as our Optimum Performance Sports Team of the Week.
A pair of Adams Central seniors are heading to Saint Francis after signing with the Cougars on Tuesday afternoon.
North Side moves up to 4A no. 2, Blackhawk slides one spot to 1A no. 7.
Named after Hall of Famer and 1959 NCAA Final Four Most Valuable Player Jerry West, the annual honor in its third year recognizes the top shooting guards in Division I men’s college basketball.