Trine’s Evan Wyse threw a pair of touchdown passes as the Thunder opened the 2017 with a 35-12 win over regional rival Manchester on Thursday night at Shive Field.
Mitchell Trubisky got an opportunity to start and little chance to show what he can do, completing just two passes for the Chicago Bears in a 25-0 preseason-ending loss to the Cleveland Browns on Thursday night.
By virtue of results elsewhere in the Midwest League’s Eastern Division, Fort Wayne celebrated a clinched spot in the playoffs for the eighth time in nine seasons.
Even after injections and surgery as a child, Homestead’s Nadia Bedwell is set to sign her letter of intent to live out her dream of playing college soccer.
The NBA had warned the Lakers about tampering following comments by president of basketball operations Magic Johnson about George on national TV on April 20.
The Bad Apple Dancers make it look fun and easy, but NewsChannel 15’s Alyssa Ivanson learned they have a tough job.
The top-ranked Saint Francis football team hit the road at 8 a.m. Thursday to make their way to North Dakota for their 2017 season opener Saturday against the University of Jamestown.
Two undefeated teams with hopes of capturing the SAC’s Victory Bell clash Friday night at Dave S. Walter Stadium when 3A no. 8 Bishop Luers travels to 6A power Homestead in your Highlight Zone “Game of the Week.”
Hudson Potts hit a 3-run home run in the first inning and a grand slam in the second to lead the TinCaps to a 7-5 win over the Great Lakes Loons in their series opener at Parkview Field on Wednesday night.
Aylissa Trosper scored two goals – including the game-winner in overtime – as Saint Francis battled back from and 0-2 deficit to beat crosstown rival Indiana Tech 3-2 at Bishop D’Arcy Stadium on Wednesday night.
New Purdue coach Jeff Brohm is using some old lessons to map out his new adventure.
After making its much-awaited debut last Wednesday the Highlight Zone “2 Minute Drill” is back with 120 seconds of the best sights and sounds from week two of the prep football season.
2015 first-round draft pick Kevin White must become the main receiving threat, with Victor Cruz and fellow free agent acquisitions Kendall Wright and Markus Wheaton next in line.
On Thursday against Cincinnati, kick returner JoJo Natson and dozens of other NFL hopefuls will get one last chance to convince the Colts they deserve a spot on the 53-man active roster.
Former Bishop Luers and Indiana University sharp-shooter James Blackmon Jr. is heading to Philadelphia.
The game had been moved from Houston to the home of the Cowboys because of widespread flooding in the Houston area in the wake of Hurricane Harvey.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) The smallest player on the Colts’ preseason roster might be the team’s biggest surprise.
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The Mastodons were led by a pair of double-doubles from Nicole Rightnowar and Katie Crowe.
Mastodons to play at Kentucky November 22, at Indiana December 18.
Opening Day will feature the first of 32 Postgame Fireworks shows over the course of the season.