Perfection and persistence describe the 2015 DeKalb softball season. For the first time since 2004, the Lady Barons won the Northeast Hoosier Conference title outright with a 7-0 conference record. We are proud to recognize the DeKalb softball team as our Orthopedic Hospital of Lutheran Health Network “Team of the Week.”
Santa Clara police Lt. Kurt Clarke reports that McDonald was arrested at 7 a.m. Monday on suspicion of domestic violence and child endangerment.
On Saturday dozens gathered at the Kruse Museum in Waterloo to celebrate the 1980 State Championship team and legendary head coach, Bill Jones.
Ever since he picked up a hockey stick, Matt Miller has been a natural. He began playing when he was eight years old in the Fort Wayne youth hockey program.
The TinCaps had their most prolific offensive day of the season on Sunday afternoon, blowing past the Lugnuts, 12-7, at Cooley Law School Stadium. Fort Wayne tied a season-high with those 12 runs, and also compiled a new season-high 20 hits, en route to the victory.
Juan Pablo Montoya insisted he had the best car in the Team Penske stable — even to his three teammates, who all believed they were legitimate contenders to win the Indianapolis 500.
Juan Pablo Montoya won the 99th Indianapolis 500, but here’s the full list of how drivers finished.
It was a good day for the home teams in sectional finals.East Noble and Concordia Lutheram each hosted their sectional championships and won them on Saturday.
The 4th ranked Bishop Dwenger Saints took home the conference crown at the SAC golf tournament at Brookwood Golf Course on Saturday with a score of 289.
Three home runs for the Lansing Lugnuts led to Fort Wayne’s demise in a 10-1 loss at Cooley Law School Stadium on Saturday night. Ruddy Giron and Duanel Jones had three hits apiece for the TinCaps, who saw their modest two-game winning streak come to an end.
Trailing by one run in the 6th inning, the Homestead Spartans staged a late game comeback, scoring five runs to win the Championship game of the Bishop Luers Memorial tournament 5-2 over the Knights.
A strong Oral Roberts squad led by pitcher Bryce Howe held the Mastodons at bay in the Championship game of the 2015 Summit League Baseball Tournament, as the Mastodons fell 6-0 to the Golden Eagles.