The Mad Ants, sponsored by Lutheran Health Network, came out on top at home, Saturday, March 14th against the Delaware 87ers at the Allen Co. War Memorial Coliseum.
In a battle of two in city rivals, the Summit City Panthers blanked the Fort Wayne Bruins 2-0 in the ISHSA 1A State Championship Saturday morning.
Top-seeded Wisconsin advanced to the Big Ten final with a 71-51 victory over Purdue on Saturday.
Two area high school boy’s basketball teams are heading to semi-states, after winning their regionals Saturday night.
In their final matchup of the regular season, the Komets took down the Toledo Walleyes, 2-1 in overtime on Friday night at the Coliseum.
Defending state runner-up Bishop Dwenger added another regional title to the program’s proud history as the 4th-ranked Saints scored 109.725 points to win Friday night at Huntington North High School.
Dez Wells scored 22 points, Melo Trimble added 17 and No. 8 Maryland won its first Big Ten Tournament game, beating Indiana 75-69 in the quarterfinals Friday night.
Homestead will look to defeat rival Carroll for the third time this season on Saturday morning as the Spartans and Chargers will square off in the the regional semifinals at Marion at 10 a.m.
Third-seeded Saint Francis (Ind.) joined in on the upset bids in the second round of the National Championship, steamrolling past No. 2 Tennessee Wesleyan, 64-42, inside the Tyson Events Center in Sioux City, Iowa, Friday evening.
Southern Oregon rode a brilliant 32-point performance by junior forward Jordan West to come from behind and defeat Grace College 68-62 in the only second round matchup featuring two unseeded teams in the Men’s NAIA Division-II Basketball Championships at Point Lookout, Mo.
Norwell High School basketball standout Hanna Smith made her college choice official on Friday, signing with Trine University.
Austin Fox scored 23 points as No.11 Saint Francis (Ind.) squeaked past No. 6 Morningside (Iowa) 72-70 in the second round at the 2015 NAIA Division II Men’s Basketball National Championship.