2/16 High School Basketball Recap

New Haven took down ACAC co-champion Heritage to headline a small schedule of high school basketball games on Thursday.

Courtesy: Purdue Athletics

Purdue launches website to promote Biggie

Purdue Athletics has launched the responsive website Biggie4NPOY.com, as sophomore forward Caleb Swanigan continues to be the favorite for National Player of the Year.


Homestead a step away from 4A title game

The goal from the beginning of the season for the Homestead girls basketball team has been to win the 4A state title. A win on Saturday at Crown Point and the Spartans will be heading to state.


2/15 High School Hockey Recap

Carroll bested Summit City 10-3 on Wednesday night to close out the regular season in local high school hockey.

Bishop Dwenger hoops Matt Kostoff

2/15 High School Basketball Recap

Bishop Dwenger was tested by visiting Leo but ultimately earned a 67-63 win to headline area boys basketball on Wednesday night.

Minnesota's Akeem Springs, right, shoots and scores the tie-breaking basket with about three seconds left as Indiana's Thomas Bryant, left, defends in an NCAA college basketball game Wednesday, Feb. 15, 2017, in Minneapolis. Minnesota won 75-74. (AP Photo/Jim Mone)

Springs bounces Gophers over Hoosiers

Akeem Springs followed his own missed 3-pointer with a putback flip from the baseline with 3 seconds left, lifting Minnesota to a 75-74 victory over Indiana on Wednesday night to hand the Hoosiers their fourth straight loss.

Cleveland Cavaliers' LeBron James (23) tries to get past Indiana Pacers' Paul George (13) in the second half of an NBA basketball game, Wednesday, Feb. 15, 2017, in Cleveland. The Cavaliers won 113-104. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak)

James nets 31 as Cavaliers top Pacers

LeBron James scored 31 points, Kyrie Irving added 26, Kyle Korver made six 3-pointers and the Cleveland Cavaliers rolled into the All-Star break with their seventh win in eight games, beating the Indiana Pacers 113-104 on Wednesday night.


Three Snider seniors sign for college

Three Snider seniors put pen to paper on Wednesday morning as Money Woods, Roman Jennings, and Jacob Claycomb will all continue their athletic careers in college.