Three area seniors will continue their athletic careers in college.
Fort Wayne (9-6) had been 5-0 on the season when scoring first, but that changed on this mostly dry night.
Will Davidson signed with Trinity International University to play basketball.
Devon Tennant signs with Elmhurst College to play basketball.
Centerfielder Reece Olden signed his letter of intent to play baseball Thursday April 21.
Despite out-hitting its opponent on the day, the IPFW softball team was unable to cash in on the opportunities as the Mastodons dropped its doubleheader to Toledo 5-1 and 3-1.
The TinCaps beat the Lansing Lugnuts, 6-1, on Wednesday night in the rubber match of a three-game series at Cooley Law School Stadium.
Facing a “must win” situation after dropping games one and two of their first round playoff series against the Cyclones the Komets rose to the challenge in game three Wednesday in Cincinnati, cruising to an 8-0 win at U.S. Bank Arena.
Senior Kendall Whitman collected two hits, while redshirt-senior Shane Trevino along with seniors Brandon Soat and Evan VanSumeren each had RBI, to lead IPFW to a 3-2 non-league baseball home win past the University of Saint Francis Wednesday afternoon at Mastodon Field in Fort Wayne.
After spending the last 11 seasons as an assistant at the University of San Diego Niecee Nelson is back in the Summit City, this time as the leader of the IPFW women’s basketball program.
Drew Smyly and the Rays bullpen held the Red Sox to one hit, Kevin Kiermaier hit a solo home run in the 10th and Tampa Bay beat Boston 3-0 on Tuesday night for its third straight win.
The 2016 Parkview Medicine High School Baseball Series got started with two games on Tuesday as New Haven topped Woodlan while Concordia edged North Side.
Lugnuts third baseman Carl Wise hit a bases-loaded single with one out in the bottom of the ninth to score catcher Ryan Hissey for the win as the TinCaps fell 3-2.
Everingham led DeKalb for six seasons from 2008-14. His Baron teams went 67-72.
We are proud to honor the Wawasee boys golf team as your Optimum Performance Sports Team of the Week.
Bishop Luers graduate Deshaun Thomas has been on fire of late for the Austin Spurs, pushing his D-League team to the brink of the NBADL Finals.
Two Canterbury seniors made their college choice official on Tuesday afternoon as Brandon Renninger signed to play soccer at Manchester University while Niko Rongos will play tennis at Indiana Wesleyan.
The Komets hit the ice at War Memorial Coliseum concerned but confident heading into tomorrow’s game three against the Cincinnati Cyclones.
The six-foot guard was second on the team at 13.5 points per game, connecting on 49-percent of his threes.
ESPN’s Adam Schefter is reporting that Fort Wayne native Jaylon Smith will not play in 2016 and that his status for the future is unclear.