Saturday night’s scrimmage marks one step closer to the Cougars season opener on September 5th.
Two-time NBA All-Star and Kendallville native, Brad Miller, is back in Fort Wayne this weekend for the 12th Annual Brad Miller Gala, Auction, and Golf Outing to support Big Brothers, Big Sisters
The 2015 Shindigz Summer Soccer Festival wrapped up at Hefner Fields on Sunday.
Jimmy Clausen outplayed Jay Cutler in the red zone Saturday night.
Behind the pitching of Thomas Dorminy, Yimmi Brasoban, and Colby Blueberg, the TinCaps shut out the South Bend Cubs, 2-0, on Saturday night at Four Winds Field. Fort Wayne has taken the first two games of the series and 20 of its last 23 games overall.
The Cadets made their presence known in the SAC by winning the conference’s annual preseason tournament with a three set sweep over Bishop Dwenger.
With former powerhouses, Leo and Huntington North now in the Northeast 8, teams in the ACAC hit the gridiron Friday looking to gain an early edge in the wide open conference.
Lakeland topped rival Churubusco, while Garrett blew past Prairie Heights. West Noble also picked up a rare win over rival Central Noble in overtime to highlight week one.
The quest for the Victory Bell began in the SAC on Friday night.
The first week of 2015 football season for the newly-formed Northeast 8 was a productive on, as four of the seven teams in action earned victories on Friday night.
A night after their franchise record-tying 10-game winning streak came to an end, the TinCaps got back in the win column on Friday with a 6-2 victory over the South Bend Cubs at Four Winds Field.
The SAC got off to a roaring start in 2015 as Bishop Luers topped Bishop Dwenger in the Highlight Zone “Game of the Week” while Homestead and Carroll won their SAC debut.