The Homestead Spartans visited the Carroll Chargers Tuesday, taking away a 7-4 win.
At one point, the Komets were seconds away from going down 0-3 in the North Division Finals. But after winning all of their games on home ice, the Komets are preparing for a Game 7 with the Toledo Walleye on Wednesday night.
On an unseasonably cool Tuesday night at Parkview Field, the TinCaps were shut out for the first time this season in a 5-0 loss to the Lake County Captains.
The Northrop Bruins are the fastest team in the SAC. For the second time since 2010, the Northrop track team’s swept the SAC Meet on Friday, taking home both the girls and boys titles. For that, we are proud to recognize the Bruins as your Orthopedic Hospital of Lutheran Health Network Team of the Week.
IPFW Director of Athletics Kelley Hartley Hutton has announced that longtime IPFW assistant coach Ryan “Rock” Perrotte has been tabbed as the second head coach in IPFW men’s volleyball program history
Miffed by criticism from Tom Brady’s agent, Ted Wells decided to take the unusual step of holding a conference call with reporters, a day after the NFL suspended the Super Bowl MVP.
Bishop Dwenger grad, Grady Eifert is heading to Purdue. The 6’5 forward will join the Boilermakers this upcoming year as a preferred walk-on.
It’s a dream Landon Feichter’s had since he was a kid: to grow up and play in the NFL. People thought he was crazy, but today he proved them wrong, signing with the Cleveland Browns.
Four different Fort Wayne hitters had multi-hit nights on Monday, but the Lake County Captains prevailed, 16-5, at Parkview Field.
Jessica Starbard and Komets Beat Writer, Blake Sebring of the News Sentinel head Inside the Zone and discuss Wednesday’s Game 7 between the Komets and Toledo Walleye.
The NFL also indefinitely suspended the two equipment staffers who carried out the plan, including one who called himself “The Deflator.”
A number of NFL teams were paid taxpayer money to honor troops at games, according to a report that appeared on NJ.com. The Colts received $620,000.