The second annual Northeast 8 track meet saw the Leo boys and Columbia City girls bring home the team titles at New Haven High School on Monday night.
Komets beat writer Blake Sebring of The News-Sentinel joined WANE-TV sports director Glenn Marini for the final edition of “Inside The Zone” on Monday as the two wrapped up the Toledo series and looked forward to what should be an eventful off-season.
June 11 at Saint Francis – camp is free to kids ages 5 to 13 but you must register ahead of time – click on this story for a link to register!
Huntington University scored three runs in the bottom of the eighth to come from behind and defeat Mount Vernon Nazarene 6-5 in the second round of the Crossroads League baseball tournament Monday afternoon at Forest Glen Park.
A five-foot-11 forward, Yant averaged 8.8 points and a team-best 7.1 rebounds as a senior.
Blackmon led the Hoosiers at 17.0 points per game this past season as I.U. went 18-16 and earned a berth in the N.I.T.
The Komets 27th annual End-of-Season Party and Charity Jersey Auction is set for Tuesday night at the Memorial Coliseum in the Appleseed Room. Doors open at 6:30pm and the auction begins at 7pm.
Chasen Shreve (1-0) pitched three scoreless innings, striking out pinch-hitting pitcher Kyle Hendricks with runners on first and second for the final out in New York’s fifth straight win.
Huntington North junior Conner West was diagnosed with leukemia and along with his older brother Trevor, they held a charity dodgeball tournament to raise money for the cause.
The TinCaps lost the finale of their six-game road trip in Iowa, 4-1, against the Cedar Rapids Kernels (Minnesota Twins) at Perfect Game Field at Veterans Memorial Stadium.
Despite a six-run second inning, the Fort Wayne softball team was unable to make a comeback, falling to IUPUI 20-6.
The TinCaps evened their three-game series against the Cedar Rapids Kernels (Minnesota Twins) with a 4-3 win on Saturday night at Perfect Game Field at Veterans Memorial Stadium.
Fort Wayne loses to Toledo in Game 5 of the second round series in the ECHL Playoffs to end their season, 5-0. The Walleye advance on in the postseason.
The Fort Wayne softball team got a walk-off win in the eighth inning to win game two over IUPUI 4-3 and earn a split on the day. The Mastodons fell in game one 15-4.
The top-seeded Forester baseball team took care of business in opening round of the Crossroads League Tournament with an 11-1 win in eight innings over 8th-seeded Bethel College
North Side’s Keion Brooks Jr., Bloomington North’s Musa Jallow and more showcase talents in Fort Wayne at Spiece Fieldhouse.
In a word, Northrop’s performance was dominating by both the boys and girls teams at the SAC Meet at North Side High School
Toss in the threat of rain early in the day, which could soak well-dressed racegoers wearing fancy hats, and it all makes for a most unpredictable Derby.
After leading 2-0, the TinCaps eventually fell to the Cedar Rapids Kernels (Minnesota Twins), 12-4, on Friday night at Perfect Game Field at Veterans Memorial Stadium.
The scholarship offers for Keion Brooks Jr. have been flying in from major college programs – Indiana, Kansas, and Ohio State have all offered in the past few weeks.