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Landis nets school-record 44 points in IPFW win

Senior Max Landis/Indianapolis scored a career-high and school-record 44 points to lead IPFW to a 95-82 men’s college basketball Summit League road victory at the University of South Dakota Thursday night at The DakotaDome in Vermillion, South Dakota.

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IPFW drops MIVA opener at seventh-ranked Ohio State

Tony Price earns second collegiate double-double, but the IPFW men’s volleyball team fell in four sets (17-25, 25-21, 25-27, 14-25) at No. 7 Ohio State to open league play in the Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association (MIVA).

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2/4 High school basketball recap

Purdue basketball coach Matt Painter was at Kilmer Court on Thursday night to watch 6-foot-11 junior Malik Williams and the Snider Panthers defeat SAC rival Bishop Dwenger 65-52.

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GOTW Preview: Jay County vs. Homestead

4A no. 2 Homestead will face a 19-4 Jay County team on Friday night in girls sectional semifinal play in the Highlight Zone “Game of the Week.”

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Small town, huge Super Bowl 50 responsibility

The workers at the Wilson Football Factory in Ada, Ohio have very exclusive jobs. They’re the only people in the world given the task of making Super Bowl footballs.

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Woodlan’s VanBrocklin making way to Marian

Mitchell VanBrocklin, Woodlan’s all-time leader in career rushing yards and touchdowns, will be heading to Marian University to continue his football career after signing with the Knights on Thursday.

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Fort Wayne United FC holds signing party

A number of the area’s top girls soccer players celebrated their signings Wednesday night at The Plex South as the Fort Wayne United FC honored some of the club’s best players.

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2/3 Girls sectional basketball recap

Canterbury bested Leo while Bishop Dwenger outlasted Garrett in overtime during 3A girls sectional play Wednesday night at Paul Bateman Gymnasium.

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Beachem’s 14 not enough in Irish loss

Anthony Lawrence Jr. scored a season-high 18 points on just six shots, Angel Rodriguez added 12 points and No. 17 Miami beat Notre Dame 79-70 on Wednesday night.

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Trio of Homestead football standouts signs for college

The talented trio of Homestead receivers Ben Skowronek (Northwestern), Austin Krider (Siena Heights), and Jonah Watson (Trine) aptly signed together on Wednesday after teaming up to give opponents headaches over the last three seasons.

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13 Carroll senior standouts sign for college

The Carroll High School senior class has no shortage of standout athletes and that abundance of athletic riches was on display Wednesday afternoon when 13 student-athletes signed to play college sports.

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New Haven’s Jackson, Woods pick programs

Hard-hitting safety Trey Jackson is taking his talents to the capital city as the New Haven senior signed with the University of Indianapolis on Wednesday afternoon while speedy receiver Tyon Woods inked with Davenport University.