PIctures showcasing some of the highlights of athletes from the United States who competed in the 2016 Summer Games in Rio.
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Fort Wayne men’s soccer opened up their 2016 season with an exhibition contest on Tuesday (Aug. 16) at Indiana Tech, coming out on top 4-0.
With 16 starters back from last year’s 9-3 team 5th year head coach Chris DePew has high hopes for the Railroaders in 2016.
Simone Biles put the finishing touches on one of the greatest Olympics by a gymnast, capturing her fourth gold of the games with a showstopping performance in the floor exercise on Tuesday.
Following a spectacular 13-1 season that saw the Warriors capture the ACAC title and make it all the way to semi-state Sherwood Haydock and Woodlan will look to carry that momentum to Etzler Field in 2016.
Snider and Bishop Dwenger both ranked no. 1 in respective class.
Cornette was an inspirational part of the group that helped turn the Bulldogs into a perennial NCAA Tournament team.
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The Bishop Luers grad had a three-run drive in a five-run eighth that made it 8-1. He had three hits and two stolen bases.
Shortstop Ruddy Giron provided something of a spark for the visitors with a pair of doubles.
Ranked no. 17 in the 4A preseason state poll, the Concordia volleyball team earned a quality win out of the gate on Monday night, beating Homestead 3-1 in Aboite.
I.U. coach Kevin Wilson did not say which knee was hurt — only that it was not the same knee that required ACL surgery last year.
Meurs spent the last two seasons in Fort Wayne scoring 30 goals in 81 regular season games.
The 2016 prep football season kicks off on Friday and that means “Inside The Zone” is back Mondays on wane.com providing you with expert analysis every week!
Belen, a 20-year old from the Dominican Republic, hit .400 (10-for-25) over the past week with three home runs, six RBIs and a trio of multi-hit games.
Through Saturday night, 58.5 percent of the competition time on NBC’s prime-time telecasts involved women’s sports, with 41.5 percent devoted to men.
The DJ was fired for playing “Smack My B—- Up” by The Prodigy after Chicago Cubs reliever Aroldis Chapman left the mound against the St. Louis Cardinals on Sunday.
Twisting and flipping through the air with explosive precision, Biles easily captured gold in the women’s vault final on Sunday. Her two-vault average of 15.966 was more than .7 better than silver medalist Maria Paseka of Russia and bronze medalist Giulia Steingruber of Switzerland. The margin between first and second was greater than second and eighth, a symbol of the canyon Biles created between herself and her peers.
Bolt’s swan song in the Olympic 100 meters Sunday night was a no-doubter — a pedestrian-by-his-standards 9.81-second sprint down the straightaway, but not so slow that he couldn’t take time to point at his own chest with his thumb a step before he crossed the finish line.