Mad Ants Director of Communications
Andrew Sellan’s 22 kills, six blocks, and six digs were not enough as the IPFW men’s volleyball team fell 3-1 at No. 3 Lewis on Tuesday night.
The Wayne Trace boys basketball team is just one win away from a trip to Columbus as the Raiders defeated Plymouth 76-68 in double overtime Tuesday night in regional semifinal play at Bowling Green State University.
It will be brother against brother Saturday night at Huntington North High School as Homestead coach Chris Johnson leads his Spartans against big brother Mark Johnson’s South Bend Riley team with a trip to state on the line.
Five weeks ago, the Bishop Dwenger Saints were 5-13, and in the midst of a five game losing streak. Rather than backing down the Saints marched on, winning their second consecutive regional championship Saturday night.
Thomas scored three goals and tallied seven points in 23 games.
Ali Patberg, a Notre Dame recruit with deep Hoosier basketball roots who led Columbus North to the Class 4A state title, is the runaway winner of this year’s Indiana Miss Basketball, The Indianapolis Star announced Tuesday.
Bishop Luers junior Noah Wezensky has confirmed to WANE-TV that he will play his college football at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio.
Leo’s Carrie Shappell will be an assistant for the Indiana Senior All-Stars while Rod Parker of Homestead is the head coach for the 2015 girls Junior All-Stars.
The “Esports in Cinema” series will launch in July with the debut of an esports documentary from filmmakers Christine O’Malley and Patrick Creadon.
San Francisco 49ers linebacker Chris Borland is leaving football, and the promise of NFL stardom and piles of money could not change his mind.
No longer will there be extended delays in the tournament because an official has to go to a monitor with only a network feed.