With week five now in the books it’s time to hand out the midseason awards on “Inside The Zone” and The News-Sentinel’s Justin Kenny and WANE sports director Glenn Marini tab their MVP, Team of the Year, Coach of the Year, and Surprise of the Season in this week’s show.
Tamika Catchings scored 16 points in her final regular-season WNBA game and the Indiana Fever locked up the No. 5 playoff seed with an 83-60 victory over the Dallas Wings on Sunday.
Team USA finished with the silver medal in Wheelchair Rugby after falling to Australia in double overtime in the championship,
They held Luck to 197 yards passing and came up with the game-changer when Talib stepped in front of Luck’s pass early in the fourth quarter and returned it 46 yards for a score. It was the ninth pick-six of Talib’s career.
One of the members of Team USA, Jared Arambula started playing wheelchair basketball with the Turnstone Flyers at the age of 13.
Coming off their win at the SAC championship Bishop Dwenger took home top marks at the Angola Golf Sectional at Zollner Golf Course on a soggy Saturday.
Natalie Mowery’s corner kick in the 36th minute led Dwenger past South Bend St. Joe 1-0 in the final game of the Dwenger Invitational.
The Trine football team pulled away with a big second half to defeat Aurora 55-27 in non-conference action Saturday afternoon at Vargo Field.
The Broncos (3-0) knocked off Illinois 34-10, two weeks after beating Northwestern on the road, 22-21.
The Cardinals completely negated EKU’s rushing attack and hounded Colonel quarterback Maty Mauk all day en route to a 41-14 victory at Scheumann Stadium. It was a shut out for more than 56 minutes before Ball State surrendered a pair of late scores.
The Spartans (2-0) turned what had been a close game at halftime into a 29-point lead with three third-quarter touchdowns. But Notre Dame made it close as DeShone Kizer threw for two touchdowns and ran for another and the Irish (1-2) cut the lead to 36-28 with 6:02 left on a 12-yard touchdown pass to tight end Durham Smythe.
4A no. 14 East Noble topped 4A no. 10 Leo 41-21 at Lions Field in a match-up between two the three NE8 tri-champs from last season.
2A no. 13 Eastside topped Garrett 38-16 at Memorial Field to win DeKalb county bragging rights. Keezan Jarrard rushed 22 times for 140 yards and three touchdowns to lead Eastside.
Carroll snapped Bishop Dwenger’s 18 game win streak, defeating the top-ranked team in 4A 36-21 in our Highlight Zone “Game of the Week.”
In ACAC play 2A no. 2 Woodlan rolled to 5-0 with a 57-7 win over Southern Wells, setting a new school record with 594 yards of total offense (the old record was 541 yards vs. Central Noble in 2013)
There was a shake-up in the SAC in week five as Carroll topped 4A no. 1 Bishop Dwenger, defeating the reigning conference champs 36-21 in the Highlight Zone “Game of the Week.”
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Turner-Parks spent two weeks in Europe this past summer signing with the Voice of Unity choir.
The Saints scored in the first half, while Blackhawk’s Brad Berry scored the equalizer in the second half for the Braves.
The Saints won 25-14, 25-10, 25-6.