The TinCaps pummeled the Bowling Green Hot Rods, 17-0, on Monday to end the regular season with an exclamation mark.
Norwell High School graduate Chandler Harnish is moving on from football, as first reported by Reggie Hayes of WANE’s news-gathering partner The News-Sentinel.
A third of the regular season is now in the books and The News-Sentinel’s Justin Kenny and WANE-TV’s Glenn Marini break down what we’ve learned and preview this week’s big games.
The Homestead Spartans topped the Carroll Chargers 1-Nil on Saturday for the Carroll Classic Championship Game.
Despite Luis Tejada’s three-hit night, Fort Wayne fell to the Bowling Green Hot Rods, 5-2, on Sunday night.
Former Harding star RB Rod Smith has officially signed on to the Seattle Seahawks practice squad.
Austin Appleby threw four interceptions in Purdue’s 41-31 loss to
The Colts put together their 10-man practice squad on Sunday afternoon.
Coach Brian Kelly says running back Tarean Folston is out for the season after tearing a ligament in his right knee in No. 11 Notre Dame’s 38-3 victory over Texas.
The Cougars scored 59 points in their season opener, while allowing only 16 points.
Wayne, a 14-year-veteran who played his entire career with Indianapolis, was signed in late-August.
Notre Dame held Texas to 163 yards of total offense in a 38-3 victory Saturday night.
The Hoosiers outscored the Salukis 27-15 in the second half of the come-from-behind victory
The TinCaps picked up another walk-off win Saturday night by beating the HotRods in 11 innings.
Defensive tackle Art Jones was placed on injured reserve and the Indianapolis Colts released 21 players to get to the NFL’s 53-man roster limit on Saturday.
The NFL is appealing the decision to the 2nd U.S. District Court of Appeals, a process that will likely play out much more slowly than the urgency afforded the initial lawsuits
The TinCaps clinched the Eastern Division second half title on Friday night as they beat the West Michigan Whitecaps, 4-1, at Fifth Third Ballpark. It’s Fort Wayne’s fifth ever division title and first since 2009.
North Side topped 6A no. 8 Carroll on a late touchdown while Bishop Dwenger dominated Homestead in week three of Summit Athletic Conference play.