We are proud to honor the Bellmont baseball team as your Optimum Performance Sports Team of the Week.
The right-hander from Huntington North H.S. pitched 7.0 shutout innings during a 2-0 victory against Western Illinois May 20 for his team-best seventh win this season.
Columbia City wrestling standout Hunter Langeloh is heading to Tiffin University in Ohio after signing with the Dragons on Tuesday morning.
Eifert injured the ankle playing at the Pro Bowl in January. According to national reports the injury hasn’t healed according to plan.
Vincent Edwards, a 6-foot-8, 225-pound player from Middletown, Ohio, said playing in the NBA is still his dream but he wants “to make next year a special one.”
Tuesday morning Austin Hatch shared his inspirational story at the annual Common Bond Breakfast to benefit Erin’s House at the Coliseum. WANE-TV sports director Glenn Marini recently sat down with the former Canterbury basketball star for an exclusive one-on-one interview.
Three TinCaps pitchers combined to face the minimum 27 batters and two-hit the West Michigan Whitecaps (Detroit Tigers) in a 3-0 win on a beautiful Monday night at Parkview Field.
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Carroll seniors Emma Ruskaup, Jimiroqua Stanchin, and Tony Tomeh each put pen to paper on Monday signing to play college sports.
Blackhawk Christian senior Madison Byrd made her college choice official on Monday as she signed with the University of Michigan rowing program.
The Komets season came to a close with a loss at Allen on Sunday night meaning The News-Sentinel beat writer Blake Sebring and WANE-TV sports director Glenn Marini put a wrap on this hockey season with a final 2015-16 edition of Inside The Zone.
Bishop Luers graduate Kevin Kiermaier will miss the next 8-to-10 weeks after breaking two bones in his left hand on a diving catch attempt Saturday in Detroit.
Biggie returned to Bankers Life Fieldhouse to work out for the Indiana Pacers on Tuesday.
We put TinCaps infielder Kodie Tidwell in the hot seat for this week’s TinCaps on the Clock.
Despite a strong pitching performance and a late threat, the TinCaps fell to the West Michigan Whitecaps (Detroit Tigers), 2-1, on a gorgeous Sunday afternoon in front of a sell-out crowd of 7,303 at Parkview Field.
The Komets fell 6-4 Sunday at Allen as the Americans eliminated Fort Wayne from the ECHL Western Conference finals series 4-1.
IPFW (31-24, 14-16 Summit League) will be the No. 3 seed for the third consecutive season and advanced to the title game a year ago.
James Hinchcliffe completed his remarkable comeback Sunday by beating out American Josef Newgarden for this the Indianapolis 500 pole.
James Hinchcliffe had a speed of 230.946 mph. Ryan Hunter-Reay was second at 230.805 on the next-to-last run in the session. Team Penske’s Will Power came in third at 230.736.
Despite the fog, the rain and an undefeated Kentucky Derby winner to contend with, Hall of Fame jockey Kent Desormeaux knew the best route to the Preakness winner’s circle with Exaggerator — stay inside and wait.