For the sixth straight year Carroll swept their sectional winning both the boys and girls titles at Northrop on Saturday.
Denilson Madrid’s two goals led Northrop to its first sectional title since 2008 as the Bruins beat Dwenger 2-0 at the Canterbury sectional championship.
Carroll and DeKalb hoisted the hardware winning sectional titles on Saturday,
Garrett won the NECC’s big division title and Eastside claimed the small division title on Friday night.
The Komets scored two goals in the first six minute and nine seconds of the first period but eventually fell to the Indy Fuel 4-3 in their exhibition opener Friday night at War Memorial Coliseum.
A much anticipated game in the Northeast 8 turned into a one-sided affair as 4A no. 5 New Haven dominated 4A no. 10 East Noble 55-21 at John Young Stadium.
The SAC”s Victory Bell belongs to 5A No. 1 Snider who rallied from a 19-point deficit to beat Bishop Dwenger 32-25. This is the first time since 2012 the Panthers have won the SAC title outright.
Woodlan and Adams Central remain undefeated in the ACAC leading up to their Week 9 matchup.
5A no. 1 Snider overcame a 25-6 deficit to reigning 4A state champion Bishop Dwenger to defeat the Saints 32-25 and earn the SAC’s Victory Bell.
The Oakland Athletics sent Norwell graduate Jarrod Parker outright to the Triple-A Nashville Sounds, clearing the way for Parker to become a free agent.
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Butz, an Indiana Junior All-Star last season, averaged 16.4 points and 11.1 rebounds during his 2015-16 high school campaign.
Homestead’s first-half goal from Rocco Zirille would prove to be all the offense the Spartans would need as Homestead shut out Concordia 3-0 to win the 2A sectional title Thursday night at Pat Teagarden Field.
After a scoreless regulation and overtime the Concordia girls soccer team edged Homestead 4-3 in penalty kicks as the Cadets hoisted the 2A sectional title at Pat Teagarden Field on Thursday night.
Our Highlight Zone Game of the Week will feature a historic matchup between two SAC powerhouses, Bishop Dwenger and Snider. This will be just the second time in conference history two defending state champs will meet in a game that will determine who will win the SAC’s Victory Bell.
South Dakota State, the reigning tournament champion, was selected as the favorite to capture the 2016-17 Summit League Women’s Basketball Championship according to the annual preseason poll of league coaches, SIDs and media.
Al Grushkin was the head coach at Indiana Tech from 2010-14 and had three nationally ranked teams.
Nigel Kilby finished the contest as EMU’s leading receiver, notching career-highs with 92 yards on five receptions and a crucial touchdown, which gave EMU a 21-10 lead.
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – Northrop edged Carroll in sudden death penalty kicks while Bishop Dwenger topped SAC rival Snider as the Bruins and … More »
Bengals fans were hopeful he would return this week from an ankle injury that’s kept him out of action since the Pro Bowl.