The Komets opened a three-game road swing with a 4-3 win at Colorado on Wednesday night.
Louie Knipscheer and Griffin Knipscheer each found the net in the first period for Bishop Dwenger as the Saints bested the Summit City Panthers 5-1 on Wednesday night to headline area prep hockey.
Lakyn Gulley, a 5-8 guard, most recently played at SEMO where she ranked third in the Ohio Valley Conference in 3-point field goal percentage. S
After racking up a triple-double in DeKalb’s first game of the season then 53 points in their second game there is no doubt Leigha Brown is a big time talent – and she’s taking that big time talent to the Big Ten.
77 percent of black athletes received diplomas from 2014-17 and that 87 percent of all college athletes graduated. Both are all-time highs.
A pair of Leo seniors will continue their athletic careers in college as Jeremy Davison signed to play basketball at Indiana Tech while Max Minich will play baseball at Kankakee Community College.
At Snider High School two student-athletes signed to play D-1 sports on Wednesday morning as Hannah Barnes will play basketball at Ferris State while Michael Brewer will suit up for the Eastern Kentucky baseball team.
Blackhawk Christian soccer standout Courtney McKown is taking her talents to Huntington as the senior signed with the Foresters on Wednesday afternoon.
A pair of South Adams seniors put pen to paper on Wednesday morning as Addie Wanner signed to run track at Louisville while Madi Wurster is heading to IPFW to play volleyball.
Walt Lemon Jr. followed up a 34-point effort in Saturday’s season opener on the road with a 25-point performance in Fort Wayne’s home opener as the Mad Ants beat the Greensboro Swarm 105-93 on Tuesday night.
Leo High School grad Keanna Gary tallied 21 points a 8 rebounds as the 14th-ranked Warriors downed visiting Grace College 88-70 at the Schaefer Center on Tuesday night.
3A no. 2 Concordia got 29 points from junior Carissa Garcia as the Cadets topped 3A no. 10 Bellmont 47-35 to headline area girls basketball on Tuesday.
A day after traveling to Muncie to take on D-1 Ball State the Saint Francis Cougars were back at home at the Hutzell Center to square off with Rochester College.
The Knights clinched the 3A sectional over Concordia Lutheran and are just three wins away from their 12th state title. We’re proud to honor the Bishop Luers football team as the Optimum Performance Sports Team of the Week.
Western Michigan women’s basketball point guard Deja Wimby has been named to the 2018 Nancy Lieberman Award Watch list, which was announced by the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame Monday afternoon.
The 36-year-old Mathis was arrested early Oct. 24 after driving the wrong way on a one-way street and not signaling a turn.
Belmont junior Darby Maggard (Larwill, Ind.) is the latest player to receive recognition as the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame announced the guard as one of 20 candidates listed on the 2018 Ann Meyers Drysdale Award preseason watch list.
Halladay, who pitched a perfect game and won two Cy Young Awards during a 16-year career, died in a small plane crash near Holiday, Florida.
The Packers have lost three straight games. Their once-potent offense has struggled since Aaron Rodgers broke his right collarbone on Oct. 15 at Minnesota.
Here’s a look back at the last 10 contests between the two powerhouses, including the 1986 state title game!