Jamie Lovemark shot a bogey-free 6-under 66 in rainy conditions Friday to take a one-stroke lead over Anirban Lahiri in the Web.com Tour Finals-opening Hotel Fitness Championship.
Three ACAC teams entered Week 4 of the high school football season without a loss to their name, each looking to keep their records unblemished.
For the first time as SAC foes Carroll topped rival Homestead 31-24 as the Chargers earned a victory in the Highlight Zone “Game of the Week.”
Garrett’s win over Lakeland makes the Railroaders the early favorite to win the NECC big schools division.
It’s crowded at the top in the Summit Athletic Conference. Going into Week 4 of the high school football season, there were five 2-1 teams in the conference.
Leo and East Noble are the final two unbeaten teams in the Northeast 8, and the two schools are set to square off in week five.
A list of high school football week four scores from Friday, September 11.
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SAC newcomers Carroll and Homestead will battle in the Highlight Zone “Game of the Week” in week four.
The TinCaps fell to West Michigan 2-1 on Thursday night in game two of their Midwest League best-of-three first round playoff series, as the Whitecaps eliminated Fort Wayne with a sweep.
Indiana will play Ball State in football each of the next five seasons, including a 2019 game in Indianapolis, athletic director Fred Glass announced Thursday.
Tommy Gainey and Argentina’s Emiliano Grillo shared the first-round lead at 6-under 66 on Thursday in the Web.com Tour Finals-opening Hotel Fitness Championship.
James Bettcher is no stranger to the NFL, now in his fourth season as an assistant coach.
On Thursday, the left tackle and Andrew Luck’s blind-side protector agreed to a four-year, $43.6 million contract extension, a person with knowledge of the deal confirmed to The Associated Press.
Homestead High School graduate Zach Terrell is continuing the success he had as quarterback of the Spartans during his college career at Western Michigan – but his service to the community and to others may be his most important area of excellence.
Game 2 in the best-of-three series is set for 7:05 pm Thursday at Parkview Field.
Only a sophomore, South Side High School graduate Nathan Braster has quickly made a name for himself at Western Michigan University.
While Purdue ran 98 plays without an offensive penalty and played “collectively the best game since we have been at Purdue,” Hazell will be reiterating the same message to his team this week as it prepares for Saturday’s home opener against Indiana State.