11/20 Girls Basketball Recap

4A no. 2 Homestead bested Concordia 80-42 to headline local girls basketball action on Friday night.

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11/20 Highlight Zone – Semi-State Championships

Snider and Bishop Dwenger are heading to Lucas Oil Stadium to play for a state title while Northfield saw its historic season come to an end in Friday night’s semi-state edition of The Highlight Zone.

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Dwenger Prepares For 4A Semi-State Game

Bishop Dwenger interim head coach was live with WANE’s Jessica Starbard from Father Bly Field in South Bend to preview Friday’s night’s 4A semi-state game between the Saints and South Bend St. Joseph.


IPFW Off To 3-0 Start With Win Over Kent State

The IPFW women’s basketball team picked-up its third regular season win with an 86-68 victory over Kent State at the Gates Sports Center. This is the first 3-0 start for the Mastodons since the 1999-2000 season.

Indiana guard James Blackmon Jr. (1) reacts after hitting a three-point basket during the first half of an NCAA college basketball game, Thursday, Nov. 19, 2015, in Bloomington, Ind. (AP Photo/Doug McSchooler)

No. 14 IU Cruises Past Creighton

On a night James Blackmon Jr. scored 19 points, Bryant stole the show with a resounding 17-point, seven-rebound performance that helped No. 14 Indiana rout Creighton 86-65.

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IMS President Doug Boles Visits Fort Wayne

Indianapolis Motor Speedway President Doug Boles hosted a Town Hall meeting at Kelley Chevrolet Thursday to discuss a busy offseason and an epic 2016 season coming up at IMS.


Eight Carroll Stars Sign For College

Seven swimming standouts and a cross country and track star put the pen to paper on Thursday, signing their National Letters of Intent.


Saint Francis Football Receives All-MSFA Honors

Kevin Donley is the MEL Coach of the Year. University of Saint Francis (Ind.) sophomore quarterback Nick Ferrer (Westfield, Ind.) is the MEL offensive player of the year.


Konchar’s Double-Double Leads IPFW Over Austin Peay

Redshirt-freshman John Konchar posted his first collegiate double-double with game and career-highs of 28 points and 10 rebounds to lead IPFW past Ohio Valley Conference member Austin Peay University, 80-77, in men’s college basketball at the Dunn Center in Clarksville, Tennessee on Wednesday night.