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IPFW Men Ready for Summit League Tournament

The IPFW men’s basketball team will soon hit the road and travel west. The ‘Dons are set to open the Summit League Tournament in Sioux Falls, S.D. on Sunday.

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TOTW: Canterbury Girls Basketball

No matter what obstacles are thrown in the Cavaliers’ way – from coaching changes to a bump up in facing larger schools – Canterbury always manages to find a way to stay on top, and that’s why WANE-TV is proud to honor the Cavaliers as the FWO Team of the Week.

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Bouldin Back With Mad Ants

Matt Bouldin returns to the Mad Ants as one of their key players in their 2014 D-League Championship run last April, where he averaged 13.1 ppg and 3.8 assists per game

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WBB: Huntington Falls in Crossroads Title Game

After surpassing the program wins record last month, the No. 7 and second-seeded Marian University women’s basketball team won its first-ever Crossroads League Tournament championship over No. 22 and fourth-seeded Huntington University, 63-59, on John Grimes Court at the Physical Education Center on Monday night.

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Komets Re-Sign Forward Aaron Clarke

A familiar face will soon be back on the ice for the Fort Wayne Komets. News-Sentinel Komets Beat Writer Blake Sebring told NewsChanel 15 Monday that the Komets are expected to sign free agent Aaron Clarke as soon as Tuesday.

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Woodlan’s Hostetler Signs with Taylor Softball

A Woodlan senior has made her college commitment just in time for the start of her final high school softball season. Monday morning, Olivia Hostetler signed a letter of intent to join the Taylor University Softball program.

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Inside the Zone – March 2

The Komets finished week 20 of 2014-15 holding on to first place in the Eastern Conference after gaining four points in three games and improving to 36-12-6 and 78 points. It’s the first time the Komets have reached 78 points in 54 games since 2007-08. The earliest the Komets reached the 78-point plateau was in 1959-60 at 52 games.