The Irish won 28-7 anyway, getting a 98-yard touchdown run from Josh Adams, scoring twice on two trips into the red zone and adding another TD on a 28-yard interception return by Andrew Trumbetti. The Demon Deacons were 1 of 4 in the red zone.
Trine head coach Troy Abbs concluded the season with the best record ever for a first-year coach in team history.
Propelled by an offensive juggernaut display in the second half that saw them post 28 points, Manchester University concluded its 2015 campaign on a high note Saturday, Nov. 14.
Led by Brooke Ridely’s 25 points, the Saint Francis women’s basketball team topped IU East 88-65 on Saturday.
Nicole Rightnowar, Somer Johnson, and Madison Jaqua each earned a double-double, but it was not enough for the IPFW women’s volleyball team to send its seniors out with a victory as the Mastodons fell to South Dakota 3-2 (21-25, 23-25, 25-20, 34-32, 15-12) to end their season.
The Huntington Mens basketball team won the Ness Bros. Hall of Fame Tournament on Saturday with a 97-82 win over Bryan College.
Coming off their first trip to the 4A State Championship game, the Homestead Lady Spartans began the season with a 90-29 win over Wayne.
The Mad Ants, sponsored by Lutheran Health Network, opened their 2015-16 season in thrilling fashion with a 83-30 win over the Raptors 905 Saturday, November 14th at Allen Co. War Memorial Coliseum.
Alec Peters scored a game-high 24 points to lead defending Horizon League Champion Valparaiso University past visiting IPFW, 78-64, in the season-opening men’s college basketball game Friday night at the Athletics-Recreation Center in Valparaiso
Carroll topped Leo 58-54 to headline local girls basketball action on Friday night.
James Blackmon Jr. scored 17 points and Kevin “Yogi” Ferrell added 13, leading the new-look Hoosiers to an 88-49 victory over Eastern Illinois.
Swanigan had five points, six rebounds and a steal in 15 first-half minutes. He finished with 11 points and 11 rebounds.
The Forester men’s basketball cruised to an 82-38 win over Moody Bible Institute (IL) on opening night of the Ness Bros. Hall of Fame Tournament.
In 1A play Northfield’s stout defense held strong as the Norsemen defeated Adams Central 21-13 to capture the program’s first regional title.
Woodlan staged a remarkable comeback on Friday night, shocking Winchester 29-26 after trailing by 19 at halftime to earn the program’s first regional title since 1988.
In 3A Bellmont saw the season come to an end at the hand of a solid West Lafayette team as the Braves fell to the Red Devils 28-21 at Bob Worthman Stadium.
In 4A action Bishop Dwenger went on the road to defeated Plymouth 8-0 in a defensive battle.
Snider is one step closer to Lucas Oil Stadium, defeating Mishawaka 42-32 in a 5A regional championship.
Four local teams are a one step away from Lucas Oil Stadium as Snider, Bishop Dwenger, Woodlan, and Northfield each brought home a regional title on Friday night.
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