Team all across Indiana hit the basketball court as the 2015-16 girls season officially began with the first practice of the year on Monday.
The Colts (3-3) were giving the Patriots (6-0) a good game when they handed Tom Brady and Bill Belichick the victory Sunday night with an ill-conceived fake punt attempt on fourth-and-3 from their own 37.
The News-Sentinel prep writer Justin Kenny and WANE sports director Glenn Marini preview your local sectionals in this week’s edition of “Inside The Zone.”
Somewhere between Pittsburgh and Chicago, Jake Arrieta lost his unhittable aura.
IPFW women’s soccer was unable to overcome a lone goal from Oral Roberts as the Mastodons fell Sunday afternoon in a Summit League matchup.
Tom Brady got his revenge — with a little help from the Colts.
The Bengals (6-0) and their multi-threat offense continued to roll in a 34-21 win on Sunday in which they matched the team’s best start to a season in franchise history. With Green covered, Dalton turned his attention elsewhere in throwing touchdown passes to Jones, Tyler Eifert and Jeremy Hill.
Stafford threw one of four touchdown passes to Johnson and found the star receiver for a 57-yard play that set up Matt Prater’s 27-yard field goal with 2:29 left in overtime, helping the Lions beat the Chicago Bears 37-34 on Sunday for their first win of the season.
Runners across the state competed in the regional round of the boys and girls cross country state tournament.
The Lakeland offense powered the Muskies to a 61-35 victory over Trine in a non-conference contest Saturday afternoon at Taylor Field.
The Broncos’ junior quarterback on was top of his game as well, finishing 14-of-20 passing for 137 yards, three touchdowns and no interceptions. He was able to keep plays alive with his feet as well, finishing with 24 rushing yards and his first rushing touchdown of the year.
The small percentages of botched plays, missed opportunities and lack of focus added up to a major issue for the Cardinals as they lost 31-19 to upstart FBS program Georgia State Saturday afternoon in Scheumann Stadium.
The Badgers (5-2, 2-1 Big Ten) overcame several penalties and other mistakes in the red zone to win on homecoming weekend at Camp Randall Stadium. A near-flawless defense held Purdue (1-6, 0-3) to season-lows of 191 yards of total offense and 55 on the ground.
Rutgers erased a 25-point deficit by converting three fourth-quarter turnovers into touchdowns and finally delivered the knockout with a 26-yard field goal from Kyle Federico as time expired for a 55-52 victory.
The Chicago Cubs envisioned Jon Lester on the mound starting big October games. They did not imagine him giving up big October home runs.
Notre Dame showed the mental toughness against Southern California it was sorely lacking in an embarrassing 35-point loss last season.
Leo’s historic season came to an end in state semifinals on Saturday.
NAIA seventh-ranked Cougars dismantled the Cardinals 48-7 on Saturday afternoon. The Cougars clinched at least a share of Mid-States Football Association Mideast League championship with its seventh consecutive win, fifth in MSFA MEL competition.