The Homestead baseball team is just one step away from the 4A state title game, as the Spartans are set to face Penn at semi-state in Plymouth on Saturday.
Conner Henry has decided to leave the Fort Wayne Mad Ants to join the Los Angeles Lakers as the head coach of their NBA D-League team, the Los Angeles D-Fenders.
Steve Keefer won two state championships as the head football coach at Bishop Luers and now he’s heading to the Indiana Football Hall of Fame.
Coolman went 102-62 in his seven seasons leading the Bruins.
Indianapolis Colts head coach Chuck Pagano spoke Tuesday afternoon after the team has its first day of a mini camp at the Colts complex.
The Heritage baseball team’s run through the state tournament has not been short on the dramatics. The Patriots won their sectional title with an 8-1 win over Bellmont. Branson Doseen hit three homeruns that game, landing him on ESPN and pitcher, Andrew Saalfrank had 16 strikeouts. Their dominance continued in the regional finals. Saalfrank was back on the mound throwing a no-hitter in Heritage’s 5-2 win over Bishop Dwenger in the regional final.
It almost happened again. For the second day in a row, the TinCaps were down 4-2 with two outs and no one on base in the top of the ninth inning at Wisconsin. On Sunday, Fort Wayne found a way to rally and improbably win, 5-4. On Monday night, the TinCaps found a way to score once and had the tying and go-ahead run on base, but succumbed to the Timber Rattlers, 4-3.
Another Summit City football star is heading to the Big Ten. Carroll quarterback took to Twitter on Monday to announce that he will be attending Northwestern University.
North Side’s JaJuan Starks will continue his basketball career at Wabash Valley College. The 6’4 forward signed his national letter of intent to play for the Junior College in Illinois on Monday.
The ECHL announced Monday that Blake Sebring of The Fort Wayne News-Sentinel has been selected as the 2014-15 recipient of the ECHL Outstanding Media Award.
The New England Patriots released linebacker Brandon Spikes on Monday as authorities investigated whether a Mercedes he owned was involved in an accident.
When most people think of the Stanley Cup finals, they hear Mike “Doc” Emrick. What most people don’t know is that the man who taught the NHL Hall of Famer is Komets Broadcaster Bob Chase.