Fort Wayne had 10 more kills than NJIT, finishing with 40 on the night. Thirteen came from Vargas and nine from Graydon Schroeder. They finished with .296 and .571 hitting clips respectively.
The No. 18-ranked Indiana Tech men’s basketball team won its eighth straight home game on Saturday afternoon as they defeated Lourdes, 74-60, at the Schaefer Center in Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference (WHAC) action.
Keanna Gary notched her 16th double-double of the season with 26 points and 11 rebounds while blocking a career-high four blocks
The Fort Wayne women’s basketball team hosts its 10th annual Pink Out game to benefit the Vera Bradley Foundation, but it did not go in the Mastodons favor as they fell to IUPUI 62-48.
Senior Brent Calhoun scored a career-high 19 points in Fort Wayne men’s basketball’s 87-83 victory at Oral Roberts on Saturday (Jan. 28) afternoon.
Georgetown pulled out an 85-81 upset at No. 11 Butler on Saturday night.
V.J. Beachem finished with 23 points and hit a 3-pointer that made it 60-all with 2:45 remaining for Notre Dame (17-5, 6-3). He and Farrell both missed 3s in the closing minutes.
The Mad Ants were paced by Trey McKinney-Jones’ 29 points on 12-of-19 shooting with three steals in 45 minutes.
Mason Baptista scored the lone goal for the Komets in a 6-1 loss to Reading on Saturday night.
Homestead picked up a big win Saturday night over one of the top teams in 4A while New Haven and Huntington North continued their conference win streaks.
Blackmon is averaging a team-high 17.6 points.
Carroll and New Haven were among the teams to win team sectional titles on Saturday.
Former MLB manager Eric Wedge was back in the Summit City hosting his 13th Annual Eric Wedge Baseball Camp at the Ash Center on Saturday.
The all-Williams final — the first at the Australian Open since Serena won the first edition of the family rivalry here in 2003.
Mad Ants will trade Christian Watford, along with their 3rd Round Pick in the 2017 NBA D-League Draft, for 905’s forward Jarrod Uthoff. The trade is pending physicals.
The Mad Ants (17-9), the NBA Development League Affiliate of the Indiana Pacers, used a balanced team effort that included seven players finishing in double figures led by Trey McKinney-Jones and Jordan Loyd who each finished with 18 points.
Gabriel Desjardins, Garrett Thompson and Mason Baptista each scored in the win.
Behind standout performances from freshmen Pelegrin Vargas and Richie Diedrich, the Fort Wayne men’s volleyball team picked up its first home win of the year with a 3-0 (25-13, 25-17, 25-18) sweep of No. 12 George Mason on Arnie Ball Court on Friday (Jan. 27).
On our last Friday night of the regular season in girls basketball Bellmont and Angola won conference titles while for the boys Snider stayed undefeated in the SAC with a win over Carroll.
The Padres have assigned Anthony Contreras to return to the TinCaps for his second season as the club’s manager and Burt Hooton is back for his fifth year as the team’s pitching coach. Four newcomers will join them in the dugout.