After going 6-3 in their first year of SAC play (8-4 overall) the Homestead Spartans are looking to take the next step in 2016.
With 11 state championships in the trophy case the expectations are always high at Bishop Luers and 2016 will be no different.
After consecutive walk-off wins against the Lugnuts at Parkview Field the TinCaps didn’t have enough in the tank for more downtown drama, losing 10-9 to Lansing as a late rally fell short.
This season Coach Svarczkopf is back healthy, returning to the sidelines to hopefully lead his team to back-to-back state titles in memory of Coach Tone.
The defending 5A state champs return with the goal of making it back to Lucas Oil Stadium for a shot at winning back-to-back titles. The Panthers took down New Pal 64-61 in one of the most thrilling state championship finishes in IHSAA history.
South Adams is ready to build off the foundation they set during the 2015 season.
Because of rain, the 36-hole final was the longest in PGA Championship history since Jim Turnesa won his 36-hole match in 1952. Walker at least had time to rest in his travel bus — he’s a frequent neighbor of Day on the PGA Tour — and get right back out into the final round. Walker, who shot a 68 in the morning for a one-shot lead over Day, didn’t make a bogey over the last 28 holes.
This time it was left fielder Tyler Selesky’s RBI infield single in the bottom of the ninth that scored third baseman Carlos Belen from third for a 3-2 Fort Wayne victory.
This week on TinCaps on the Clock we learn more about third baseman Nick Vilter.
Pine Valley took home their second straight City Swim title at the annual meet on Sunday.
The long night finally came to a close when third baseman Carlos Belen drove in catcher Austin Allen from first base with a walk-off triple to right-center field off Daniel Young (L, 0-1). It was Fort Wayne’s first run since the fifth inning, and the game’s first run since the seventh.
The TinCaps overcame a four-run deficit in an 8-7 win over the West Michigan Whitecaps (Detroit Tigers) on Friday night, into Saturday morning, at Parkview Field.
The Fort Wayne TinCaps have partnered with Roanoke, IN based web design agency, Reusser Design, to launch a mobile application and game. “Go Johnny Go” is currently available for iOS devices and is the first venture into the mobile application landscape for the Fort Wayne TinCaps.
The third pick overall in 2003 spent his first 12 seasons with the Titans’ AFC South rival, the Houston Texans, where he is the franchise’s all-time leading receiver. He played last season with Indianapolis, where he caught 41 passes for 503 yards and four touchdowns.
Wisler (4-11) has allowed nine homers in his past four starts and 16 in his past 10 starts. It’s a big decline for a pitcher who opened the season as the No. 2 starter behind Julio Teheran.
Norwell grad Josh VanMete continues to rise in the Padres farm system. On Friday the former TinCaps was promoted to AA San Antonio Missions.
Whittington played 40 games with the Mad Ants during the 2015-2016 season. He averaged 12.1 points and 7.9 rebounds per game.
This year’s offense will be paced by senior quarterback Zach Terrell, who threw for 3,510 yards and 29 touchdowns last season
The Eastside Blazers are looking to build off the success they found in 2015 as the 2016 season gets underway.
Keel worked a career-long seven innings, matching the longest outing by a Fort Wayne starter this season. The southpaw surrendered just five hits and only allowed the one run, while punching out six.