Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s brief but showstopping gig at the Olympics closing ceremony as the Nintendo game character Super Mario offered a tantalizing glimpse at Tokyo’s plans for the 2020 games.
After a few close calls in Rio de Janeiro, including a 94-91 win over Serbia in pool play, the U.S. sent Mike Krzyzewski out with a third gold medal. Carmelo Anthony’s third gold made him the most decorated male in Olympic basketball history.
We talk with TinCaps hitting coach Vinny Lopez on this week’s TinCaps on the Clock.
In a battle of highly-touted teenage pitching prospects, Captains starter Triston McKenzie (W, 1-1) outdueled TinCaps righty Anderson Espinoza (L, 0-3). McKenzie fanned eight over 5.2 shutout stanzas, while Espinoza allowed six hits and four runs and didn’t make it out of the second.
Kelly said that he was “disappointed” in the players conduct. He also said that he has dismissed safety Max Redfield and has suspended cornerback Devin Butler indefinitely.
The public is welcome to watch scrimmage games at Turnstone Sunday afternoon as players train for the World Cup.
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Bishop Dwenger swept Snider in three straight sets 25-20, 25-21, 26-24 to win the SAC preseason volleyball tournament.
The Shindigz National Soccer Festival finished with a bang on Saturday night with fireworks lighting up the sky after IU defeated UCLA 2-0 at Bishop D’Arcy stadium.
Starting pitcher Thomas Dorminy struck out 10 batters across seven scoreless innings and Lou Distasio faced the minimum in the eighth and ninth as the TinCaps shut out the Lake County Captains (Cleveland Indians), 2-0, on Saturday night at Parkview Field.
Five were arrested after Indiana State Police said a trooper found marijuana and a loaded handgun in their car, while a sixth player was arrested in a separate incident and accused of punching a police officer.
4A no. 6 Leo opened the season with a 53-21 win at Lions Field against South Bend Riley thanks to a huge night from Trenton Bonner.
Garrett’s Ben Purdy returned the opening kickoff of the 2016 season 95 yards for a touchdown in our Week 1 Play of the Week. Garrett went on to defeat Prairie Heights 48-12.
6A no. 18 Carroll won in its first-ever trip to Luersfield, beating the 3A no. 4 Bishop Luers 38-27 in the first Highlight Zone “Game of the Week” to open the 2016 season.
Carlos Belen gave Fort Wayne (20-34 second half, 56-68 overall) an early lead, ripping an RBI double to score Van Gansen in the bottom of the first frame.
Nic Novotny scored three touchdowns to lead Carroll to a 38-27 win over Bishop Luers in our Highlight Zone “Game of the Week.”
Garrett opened up the season on a high note, scoring 12 seconds into the game on their way to a 48-12 win over Prairie Heights.
Woodlan proved they are still a forced to be reckoned with even without Mitchell VanBrocklin in a 32-22 win over Eastside.
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Eifert averaged 15.8 points and 8.0 rebounds his senior year at Dwenger while guiding the Saints to a sectional title.