After outstanding performances last Friday night in leading their respective team to victory Bellmont’s Kenzie McMahon and Northrop’s Richard Robertson were honored by Phil’s One Stop and Marathon as your Fill It Up All-Stars.
Ethan Linder, the third son in the family to play for Wayne Trace High School, broke the school and county’s scoring record on January 12th in 63-53 win over Edgerton.
This is George’s fourth All-Star recognition, placing him third in team history behind Jermaine O’Neal with six All-Star games and Reggie Miller with five.
17 Fighting Hawks athletic programs will compete in The Summit League starting with the 2018-19 academic year.
Chaulk will be honored when the Brampton Beast visit Saturday, Feb. 18 while Sims will be honored on Saturday, March 25 when the Cincinnati Cyclones visit.
Kara Gerka led the Cougars with 14 points and 11 rebounds.
Stephan Hicks had a team-high 28 points to go with eight rebounds for the Mad Ants.
Mason Baptista scored the game’s lone goal late in the third period.
Leo overcame an early deficit to best the Fort Wayne Bruins 6-5 in overtime on Wednesday night to headline the high school hockey scene.
Four players scored in double figures as the Fort Wayne women’s basketball team defeated Omaha 65-62.
Behind 19 points, 13 rebounds, eight assists and five steals from sophomore John Konchar, Fort Wayne men’s basketball picked up a 103-73 victory over IUPUI on Wednesday (Jan. 25) at the Gates Center.
Kunkel takes over for Randy Hudgins, who stepped down before Christmas.
Jay County High School graduate Kegan Comer led the way with 20 points as Saint Francis snapped a four-game losing streak with a 75-52 win over Marian on Tuesday night at the Hutzell Athletic Center.
London Perrantes scored 22 points and No. 12 Virginia pulled away late for a 71-54 victory over No. 14 Notre Dame on Tuesday night, the Cavaliers’ 10th straight win over the Irish.
Campbell Donovan scored 23 points to lead the way as Bishop Dwenger knocked off 1A no. 6 Blackhawk Christian 77-44 on Tuesday night to headline a busy night of area hoops.
Caleb Swanigan had 25 points and 17 rebounds, helping No. 20 Purdue pull away to beat Michigan State 84-73 on Tuesday night.
Standing atop the Northeast 8 conference and with a 17-4 overall record the Bellmont Squaws are your OPS Team of the Week.
After spending two months playing over in China, forward Ben Bentil is back with the Mad Ants and looking to resume the big role he had with the team before heading overseas.
The Leo High School graduate averaged 27 points and 16.5 rebounds in wins over Madonna and Cornerstone to keep the Warriors in second place in the WHAC.
The Fighting Irish announced Rees is joining Brian Kelly’s staff as quarterbacks coach.