Here are the results from the cross country sectional at Northrop High School.
The Western Michigan football team started off Mid-American Conference play with a 41-39 win over rival Central Michigan in front of a crowd of 20,201 at Waldo Stadium.
Host Northern Illinois retained possession of the Bronze Stalk Trophy Saturday afternoon with a 59-41 win over the Ball State football team.
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Christian Hackenberg threw for 262 yards, two touchdown passes and ran for two scores and Penn State beat the Hoosiers 29-7 at Beaver Stadium.
15th-ranked Notre Dame beat Navy 41-24 on Saturday.
The Carroll Lady Chargers are heading to their third straight regional after defeating Northrop 3-0 on Saturday.
Canterbury and Blackhawk Christian will advance to regionals next week.
NAIA ninth-ranked University of Saint Francis rejected Siena Heights University thoughts of back-to-back upsets with a swarming defense and big-play offense for a 49-25 win on a perfect Saturday afternoon.
Leo’s story book season continues.
Olivet’s high-powered offense led the Comets to a 49-24 victory over Trine on Homecoming Saturday afternoon in Fred Zollner Athletic Stadium.
The Komets ended exhibition play on Saturday with a 6-2 win over the Evansville IceMen.
When she was breaking into the business in the early 1980s, she didn’t really think of herself as a trailblazer, though there were plenty of reminders this was a male-dominated field.
In NECC play Eastside bested Central Noble 50-13 as the Blazers finished 4-0 in Small Division play to win the division title.
Adams Central and Woodlan remain undefeated in the ACAC, setting up a conference championship between the two powerhouses next week.
Bellmont clinched a share of the Northeast 8 title on Friday night.
The Fort Wayne Komets scored two goals a period to give them a 6-5 win over the Evansville Icemen in their second exhibition game on Friday night.
Maya Moore hit a 3-pointer at the buzzer to lift the Lynx to an 80-77 victory over the Indiana Fever on Friday night in Game 3 of the WNBA Finals.