North Side’s Jaylen Butz, Columbia City’s Parker Haazen, Canterbury’s Jalen Paul, and Blackhawk Christian’s Ric Hall lead their teams to wins in sectional semi-finals earn Fill It Up All-Star honors on March 4.
A season-high 19 games hit the WANE-TV airwaves on the final night for the Highlight Zone during the 2015-16 school year as sectional semifinals took center stage on Friday.
North Side’s Haris Kostic is staying close to home to continue his soccer career as the senior inked with St. Francis on Friday afternoon.
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The senior captain is getting ready to embark on his final postseason run with the Boilermakers and leave his legacy behind in West Lafayette.
Fort Wayne’s Terran Petteway netted a team-high 30 points as the Mad Ants edged Raptors 905 on Thursday night 127-125.
Warsaw’s Kyle Mangas and Blackhawk Christian’s Ben Walters starred in leading their team to victory last Friday to earn Fill It Up All-Star honors for February 26.
After their final practice in Fort Wayne before heading to Sioux Falls for the Summit League tournament the Mastodons weighed in on their quest to earn the program’s first-ever bid to the NCAA Tournament.
At six-foot-four, 340 pounds Samuelson played both offensive tackle and nose tackle for coach Pete Kempf at DeKalb.
From a homeless, overweight teen, to a star on the rise at Purdue; Caleb Swanigan has worked tirelessly to reach his dream.
Coby Fleener and Dwayne Allen, the Colts’ two primary tight ends, could become unrestricted free agents next week.
Belzile has scored 10 goals and 31 points in 29 Fort Wayne games.
The senior guard was only IPFW player to earn a conference honor this season.
Max Landis and John Konchar were also named to the Summit League first-team as the conference handed out awards on Thursday.
Fifteen seniors and 15 underclass girls basketball players have earned IBCA/Subway “Supreme 15” All-State honors for 2015-16, it was announced Thursday.
New Haven soccer standout Gilberto Castaneda will continue his soccer career at the college level as the senior recently signed with St. Francis.
South Adams edged county rival Adams Central 62-60 while Bluffton bested conference foe Woodlan 73-48 in 2A sectional play Wednesday night at Bluffton High School.
The University of Saint Francis will play North Star Athletic Association Tournament champion Dakota State University in the first round of the 25th annual NAIA Division II National Championship on Wednesday, March 9.
Carroll’s Cam Boyce broke a scoreless tie with 53.1 seconds remaining in the third period as the Chargers edged Leo 1-0 to win the Memorial Cup as the city tournament champions.
The Komets got their eight-game road swing off on the wrong foot, falling 3-1 at Colorado on Wednesday night.