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.
Kalen Desrosiers, Hayden Jones, Lazarus Davis, Marvin Willliams, and Jalen Lockett all put pen to paper to play college football at North Side on Wednesday.
The Fort Wayne women’s basketball team got a game-high 21 points from De’Jour Young, but the Mastodons were unable to keep pace with the league leading South Dakota Coyotes, falling 79-60.
As a senior, the 6-foot, 175-pound Griggs tallied 47 total tackles and 6 interceptions.
Columbia City seniors Ciarra Ivy and Anna Weigold will both head to college to play softball.
Eagles standout Garrett Horn is making his way to Wabash to play college football and throw for the track team.
East Noble football standout Kenny Cook is taking his talents to Tiffin University in Ohio.
A cornerback, Eley was a captain for Carroll as a senior. He was a second team All-SAC selection this past fall after racking up a team-leading four interceptions for the 7-4 Chargers.
Snider’s Garrett Carroll, Christian Covington, Michael Haupert, Jack James, and Zach McDowell each put pen to paper on Wednesday to play college football.
Seniors Ty Hambright, Peyton Howe, Contrez Jordan, Emily McManus, Gabby Buday, and Cassie Birkmeier of Bishop Luers all signed letters of intent on Wednesday afternoon.
Josh McDaniels backed out of a deal to become the Colts’ new coach late Tuesday, hours after the Colts announced his hiring.
The TinCaps have 70 scheduled home games in the 2018 season. Opening Night at Parkview Field is Saturday, April 7.
A committee is putting together a plan to grow the school in coming years, which could include a campus relocation. A piece of land has been donated, but not accepted.
An Indiana prosecutor blasted President Donald Trump on Wednesday for politicizing the case of an immigrant illegally living in the U.S. and charged in a drunken crash that killed Indianapolis Colts linebacker Edwin Jackson and another man, saying his and others’ comments were “ghoulish and inappropriate.”
Six Foresters found their way to double figures as Huntington University upset NAIA no. 2 Saint Francis 97-71 on Tuesday night at Platt Arena.
Homestead bested Wayne to improved to 7-0 in SAC play to headline area boys basketball action on Tuesday night.