Kansas City Chiefs defensive tackle Roy Miller was arrested early Saturday in Florida on a domestic battery charge, according to Duval County jail records.
The arrow was pointing up for the Cowboys, sideways or down for the Falcons.
No. 20 Purdue got 15 first-half points from Dakota Mathias and ran away to a 115-74 season-opening victory over Southern Illinois-Edwarsville on Friday night.
3A no. 12 Norwell bested 2A no. 15 South Adams while Carroll more than doubled up Leo to headline girls basketball action on Friday.
Senior Bryson Scott scored a career-high 31 points on Friday (Nov. 10) evening but the Fort Wayne Mastodons fell 85-71 to the Oakland Golden Grizzlies in the season opener for both clubs.
Brenton Scott scored 24 points and Indiana State made 17 3-pointers to blow out Indiana 90-69 Friday night in Archie Miller’s first regular-season game as coach of the Hoosiers.
The Fort Wayne Mad Ants defeated Raptors 905, 104-77, at the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum on Friday night in front of a crowd of 4,994. Stephan Hicks and Walt Lemon Jr. were the high-scorers with 17 points each.
Six Indiana teams began the the night but only two would walk away with a regional title as Bishop Dwenger and Woodlan each claimed a regional championship while Snider, Angola, Bishop Luers, and Southwood saw their postseason run come to and end.
Ryan Culkin and Jamie Schaafsma both scored goals in the third period to pull away and win, 4-2. The Komets and Grizzlies will play again tomorrow night in Utah at 9:05 p.m. Eastern.
Bishop Dwenger clinches their 20th regional title in school history as they beat Angola in the 4A regional championship, 34-0.
Freshman Kierstyn Repp scored a game-high 17 points in her first outing for the Fort Wayne women’s basketball team, but it was not enough as the Mastodons dropped their season opener at Illinois 64-50.
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Seattle climbed within a half-game of the first-place Los Angeles Rams in the NFC West in a game marred by a host of injuries.
4A no. 8 Homestead rolled 4A no. 11 Northridge 67-37 to headline area girls basketball on Thursday night.
Justin Becker, Ari Bolinger, Tim Cater, Kelli Damman, Maggie Falater, Lansgton Ginder, Connor Goetz, Hayden Jones, Makaela Lochmueller, and Riley Perlich all signed to play college sports on Thursday.
The suspension was ordered in August as discipline after the league investigated allegations he used force against his girlfriend in the summer of 2016.
Both Jalen Royal and Alicia Tiney-Williams signed with a track and field program at an in-state Big Ten school, but the two Northrop standouts are heading different directions.
Thursday’s move comes less than 24 hours after Davis complained about how the Colts handled his demotion.
The Indianapolis Colts released two-time Pro Bowl cornerback Vontae Davis on Thursday, less than 24 hours after Davis took his complaints about the organization public.
Two of the area’s top two teams will go head-to-head for a regional title Friday night as 4A no. 8 Bishop Dwenger travels to 4A no. 5 Angola in the Highlight Zone “Game of the Week.”