Top-seeded North Side will face Homestead for the SAC Holiday Tournament title on the boys side while 4A no. 1 Homestead will square off against Carroll for the girls championships following semifinal victories on Wednesday.
Defenseman Frank Schumacher, a third-year pro, has signed an ECHL SPC with Fort Wayne and has been added to the roster.
Beasley, in town for his eighth annual winter soccer camp at The Plex North, has been invited to the U.S. national team’s camp by new coach Bruce Arena.
The Summit Conference Tournament continues Tuesday December 27.
NewsChannel 15 is counting down the best 15 sports moments that happened in Northeast Indiana in 2016.
For the fourth year in a row WANE-TV has honored the best high school football players in northeast Indiana with the “Fab 15.”
Former Komets Colin Chaulk, Brandon Marino, and Chris Auger returned to their old stomping grounds with a vengeance on Friday night leading the Brampton Beast to a 6-1 win over the Komets at War Memorial Coliseum.
Trey McKinney-Jones led the way with 26 points – including a perfect 15-of-15 from the free throw line – in leading the Mad Ants to a 106-97 road win Friday night at Delaware.
Prairie Heights is the 1A state champion for the second year in a row as the Panthers defeated Shenandoah 39-27 in the finals at the IHSWCA team state tournament Friday at War Memorial Coliseum.
4A no.1 Homestead topped Chicago Simeon – a top 15 team in Illinois – 64-42 Friday afternoon to headline local prep basketball action.
For the fourth season WANE-TV viewers will see the top high school football players in northeast Indiana honored on Christmas Day as Newschannel 15 presents the “Fab 15.”
Thanks to Phil’s One Stop and Marathon Norhtrop’s Arielle Thatcher and Snider’s Mike Barnfield were crowned the “Fill It Up All-Stars” last Friday on the Highlight Zone.
Proving the best Christmas gift is a road win, Fort Wayne men’s hoops delivered some holiday cheer to their fans with a 93-86 victory at Calihan Hall on Thursday (Dec. 22) evening over Detroit Mercy.
James Blackmon Jr. scored 24 points and Robert Johnson added 20 Wednesday night as No. 16 Indiana blew out Austin Peay 97-62.
Isaiah Thomas had 28 points and nine assists, helping the Boston Celtics beat the Indiana Pacers 109-102 on Thursday night.
Following the Mad Ants lead, the Fort Wayne Komets hockey organization visited the hospital to make the patients’ time away from home more pleasant.
The Indianapolis Colts will honor the 2016 NAIA National Champion University of Saint Francis football team when they face the Jacksonville Jaguars on Jan. 1 at Lucas Oil Stadium.
Bishop Dwenger defeated Snider 57-13 in the finals to earn the SAC duals title Wednesday night.
Mike Cazzola and Brady Vail- who provided what proved to be the game winner- scored third period goals to propel the Fort Wayne Komets (16-7-3) past the host Quad City Mallards (15-9-2) 4-3 Wednesday night.
Malcolm Hill scored 21 points and Maverick Morgan had a double-double to lead Illinois to a 75-66 win over Missouri on Wednesday.