Indiana stormed out of the gate to a 17-4 advantage over visiting Ottawa by the first media timeout and held on for an 82-54 victory to open a two-game exhibition schedule.
Blackhawk Christian topped Southern Wells 49-24 on the first night of girls basketball in northeast Indiana.
Clemson, LSU, Ohio State and Alabama are the top four teams in the first College Football Playoff selection committee rankings of the season.
We are proud to honor the Carroll volleyball team as our Orthopedic Hospital and Fort Wayne Orthopedics Team of the Week.
The Indianapolis Colts have terminated Offensive Coordinator Pep Hamilton. Rob Chudzinski will assume Hamilton’s former duties and responsibilities.
With Pacers President of Basketball Operations Larry Bird looking on the Mad Ants opened training camp Tuesday at Concordia Theological Seminary under new head coach Steve Gansey.
The IPFW women’s basketball season will get things rolling Wednesday night at the Hilliard Gates Sports Center when the Mastodons host Goshen for an exhibition contest at 7 p.m.
Zach Terrell has been named the MAC West Division Player of the Week for his performance against Eastern Michigan last Thursday.
Graham Gano kicked a 52-yard field goal in overtime to lift the Carolina Panthers to a 29-26 win over the Indianapolis Colts on Monday night to remain the NFC’s only unbeaten team.
Bishop Luers graduate Jaylon Smith may be the best defensive player in college football – and he soon may have the hardware to prove it.
The Mad Ants open training camp tomorrow and the Indiana Pacers have assigned two players to Fort Wayne.
Fort Wayne Komets defensemen Drew Daniels and Jordon Southorn and Orlando Solar Bears defenseman Eric Baier are the AMI Graphics ECHL Plus Performers of the Month for October after sharing the league lead with a plus-minus rating of +7.
Sectional titles will be on the line all across northeast Indiana this Friday night and The News-Sentinel’s Justin Kenny and WANE-TV sports director Glenn Marini break down the local games in the week 12 edition of “Inside The Zone.”
The IPFW men’s basketball team will open up their 2015-16 slate this Friday at the Gates Center when the Mastodons host Otterbein in IPFW’s only scheduled exhibition game.
Indiana ranked no. 15, Notre Dame no. 19, and Purdue no. 23 to start the season.
Jay Cutler threw a touchdown pass to Alshon Jeffery and ran for a score, but Teddy Bridgewater led the Vikings to 10 points in the final two minutes of a 23-20 victory on Sunday.
Kiley Dunning’s double-digit saves were not enough as the IPFW women’s soccer team fell to South Dakota 2-0 on Sunday afternoon following Senior Day festivities.
Here is the AP Top 25 heading into Week 10 of the college football season