The Eastern All-Stars rallied with four runs in the top of the ninth to earn a 11-10 comeback win Tuesday night in Cedar Rapids.
Local sketch artist has drawn attention from some of the biggest names in sports and some of Fort Wayne’s up-and-coming stars.
Indiana and Purdue played only once last season with the Hoosiers winning in Bloomington.
Hall of Fame executive Bill Polian will become the 13th member of the Indianapolis Colts’ Ring of Honor during a Jan. 1 game against Jacksonville.
Dugan previously served as an assistant coach at her alma mater, Adrian College for one year.
Nearly 30.8 million people watched the game on ABC.
Bill Polian drafted Peyton Manning and two-time NFL rushing champ Edgerrin James as the architect of the most successful era in Colts’ franchise history.
Max Landis returned home to the Gates Center on Monday to help out with Jon Coffman’s camp
He was playing the best golf on the toughest course. He had a two-shot lead on the back nine at Oakmont. He even got a huge break on a ruling that allowed him to escape deep rough, the kind of breaks that usually go to major champions.
Turnstone hosted and had two teams participate in the Power Soccer nationals this weekend.
Gauthier beat out Travis Hemsoth and Kevin Irons, who was last year’s victor.
Northrop represented the area at the New Balance nationals this weekend.
This week’s TinCap on the Clock is utility player, Ty France.
Blackwell was torn between Ball State, Northern Illinois, and Toledo, but Blackwell’s decision was finalized due to Neu’s NFL coaching experience and his approach to the game.
“CLEVELAND! This is for you!” James bellowed in his postgame interview before being announced as finals MVP.
After the game Michael Gettys learned he has been called up to High-A Lake Elsinore after his appearance in the All-Star game.
Dwenger’s Kristina Burkhardt and Leo’s Robyn Wright and Brooke Imel represented Northeast Indiana at the ICGSA North-South All Star games on Saturday.
In just 7.5 years in their downtown ballpark, the TinCaps reached the milestone, as a crowd of 7,934 watched the Hot Rods (36-32) win their third game in as many tries in the four-game series with the TinCaps (36-33).
Playing in front of a season-high crowd of 8,180 on a beautiful Friday night, the TinCaps fell to the Bowling Green Hot Rods (Tampa Bay Rays), 13-5, at Parkview Field.
Prior to Friday’s session with the Bulls Landis previously worked out for the Pacers, Jazz, and Bucks.