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GOTW Preview: Leo at Columbia City

The first-ever Northeast 8 boys basketball conference title will be on the line Friday night at Donald S. Weeks Gymnasium as Columbia City hosts Leo in the Highlight Zone “Game of the Week.”

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Colts finalize coaching staff

The Indianapolis Colts today named Tim Berbenich as offensive assistant/assistant quarterbacks coach and Jim Hostler as tight ends coach.

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IPFW baseball tabbed second in Summit League preseason poll

IPFW welcomes back all six of its second team selections from a year ago in shortstop Greg Kaiser (.361, 10 HR), designated hitter Brock Logan (.295, 44 H), starting pitcher Evan Miller (6-5, 94 K), outfielders Brandon Soat (.294, 53 R) and Shane Trevino (.307, 48 RBI) and first baseman Kendall Whitman (44 R, 44 RBI).

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2/10 High school hockey recap

Adam Stoody and Nick Ramsey each tallied two goals as Carroll defeated Homestead 11-1 to inch closer to claiming the Roy Chip Cup.

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Fort Wayne’s Davis shines on big stage

Rapheal Davis isn’t known for his offensive skills, but the Boilermaker senior didn’t shy away from the spotlight on Tuesday night netting 24 points as 18th-ranked Purdue upset no. 8 Michigan State 82-81 in overtime.

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Blackhawk’s Bunner inks with Mount Vernon

Blackhawk Christian junior Casey Bunner will play two sports on the next level as the golf and volleyball standout signed with Mount Vernon Nazarene on Wednesday afternoon.

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Calder flourishing in new role for IPFW

From sub to stud – that’s the journey of Michael Calder this season, a player who’s as big a reason as any that the Mastodons have weathered the loss of Mo Evans and stayed in the Summit League title hunt.

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2/9 High school basketball recap

Carroll’s Kelham Brown drilled a game-winning three with 4.5 seconds to beat North Side left while Wayne’s Breon Kinnie beat the buzzer – and the Homestead Spartans – with a game-winning put-back to highlight a dramatic night of prep basketball in Fort Wayne.