Another NAIA Top 25 Showdown, another packed house and unfortunately for No. 3-ranked University of Saint Francis, another close-but-no-cigar setback to No. 6 Indiana Wesleyan University on Saturday afternoon.
he No. 14 Fort Wayne men’s volleyball team fell to No. 5 Ohio State in three sets (25-23, 25-19, 25-14) in St. John Arena on Saturday (Feb. 10).
Miles Bridges made a tiebreaking 3-pointer with 2.7 seconds left and finished with 20 points, helping No. 4 Michigan State top No. 3 Purdue 68-65 on Saturday.
Jay County’s Gaven Hare celebrates his pin and win at wrestling semi-state with a flip. Check back for full results of the meet here.
The regional doubleheaders – which includes the semifinals earlier in the day followed for the finals at 8 P.M. – taking place on Saturday. Check out the scores and highlights here.
Devonte Green and Juwan Morgan each scored 19 points Friday night, leading Indiana to an 80-56 blowout over Minnesota.
For the third year in a row Phil’s One Stop and Marathon are teaming up with the Highlight Zone to honor a girl and a boy each week that filled up the stat sheet and led their team to a win as “Fill It Up All-Stars.”
Fort Wayne scored eights goals – just a few nights after netting nine – against Wichita to win, 8-4.
Carroll’s 11th win in a row in the Highlight Zone “Game of the Week” headlined Friday night’s action that saw a handful of games postponed due to winter weather.
After upsetting North Side earlier in the week, the Chargers win their 11th straight game as they top Northrop in the Highlight Zone ‘Game of the Week’, 52-40.
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On January 20th – the morning of his final SAC Wrestling meet – Dakota Ault learned his father had unexpectedly died. The 24-0 North Side senior will compete at semi-state on Saturday at Memorial Coliseum and he’s dedicating the rest of the year to his late father.
A person with knowledge of the situation confirms to The Associated Press the Indianapolis Colts have sought permission to interview Buffalo Bills defensive coordinator Leslie Frazier for their head-coaching vacancy.
Austin Myers, Jaxson Savieo, Gabrielle Shuler, and Luke Watson of New Haven all made their college choice official by signing on Wednesday afternoon.
The floodgates opened mid-way through the second period as the Komets turned a 2-2 tie into a 9-3 win Wednesday night against Wichita at War Memorial Coliseum.
Keita Bates-Diop scored 18 points, including the decisive putback with 2.8 seconds left, to give No. 14 Ohio State a 64-63 upset at No. 3 Purdue, ending the nation’s longest winning streak at 19 games Wednesday night.
Huntington North grad Sarah Fryman led the Foresters with 20 points as Huntington University bested Saint Francis 78-73 at Platt Arena on Wednesday night.
The Greensboro Swarm shot a blistering 52 percent from the field, including 43 percent on three-pointers, to hand the Fort Wayne Mad Ants a, 118-102, defeat at the Fieldhouse at the Greensboro Coliseum Complex.
Reese Decker, Will Lengacher, Dayne Ousley, and Ben VonGunten each signed to play college athletics on Wednesday at Leo High School.
Homestead offensive lineman Casey Merriam will continue his football career at Concordia University in Chicago.