Rachel Klitzing (volleyball/Butler), Kassie Till (volleyball/West Alabama), Noah Fleming (soccer/Huntington), Nicole Fosnough (soccer/Bethel), and Becca Villanueva (basketball/Lake Superior State) signed to play college sports Thursday afternoon at Carroll High School.
Softball standout Jordyn Poulson is heading to Wright State to continue her softball career as the senior signed with the Raiders on Thursday afternoon.
A pair of Blazer baseball stars put pen to paper on Thursday afternoon as Cade Willard (IPFW) and Zach Orn (Valparaiso) signed to play in college.
The Komets scored three power play goals on Wednesday night – including one with 25 seconds left in regulation to force overtime – but ultimately fell to the Tulsa Oilers 4-3 in OT.
Karissa McLaughlin, Madisen Parker, Jazmyne Geist, and Teryn Kline all will play college basketball next year as the Homestead seniors signed their letter of intent Wednesday night.
Six-foot-five southpaw Garrett Schoenle will continue his baseball career at the University of Cincinnati after signing with the Bearcats on Wednesday evening.
Volleyball standout Taylor Bebout will head to Hilltopper country to continue her career after signing with Western Kentucky on Wednesday afternoon.
Abbie Heischman, Makayla Hissong, Katie Crowe, Brooke Moser, and Eli Steiner, all inked letters of intent as the early signing period began.
Three standout senior student-athletes made their college choice official Wednesday afternoon at Canterbury – Briana Diehl, Mason VanHouten, and Micheal Brothers.
Seven seniors as Snider put pen to paper on Wednesday morning as the early signing period began – and that includes basketball standout Malik Williams inking with Louisville.
Columbia City basketball standout Parker Hazen is officially a Crusader as the senior forward signed with Valparaiso on Wednesday morning.
Last year during her junior campaign the 5-foot-11 Reiff averaged 19.1 points, 5.8 rebounds, 5.5 assists, and 3.8 steals per game.
The annual Gold Glove awards announced on Tuesday night and Kiermaier takes home his position’s top honor despite missing almost two months with a pair of broken bones in his left hand.
The 2016-17 season will get underway Friday night in Fayetteville for the Mastodons as Fort Wayne travels to face Arkansas at Bud Walton Arena to open the year.
The Mad Ants will get the season rolling on Saturday as Fort Wayne opens the NBADL season with a road game at Greensboro.
5A no. 1 Snider (11-0) will host 5A no. 6 Mishawaka (10-2) Friday night at 7:30 p.m. at Spuller Stadium with the regional championship on the line.
We are proud to honor the Blackhawk Christian girls volleyball team as our Optimum Performance Sports Team of the Week.
After starting the season in the Rochester lineup in the AHL, Cheek returned to Fort Wayne last week and scored a goal and added five assists to finish his first week of the year with six points.
Four Notre Dame players finished in double figures, as senior guard V.J. Beachem led the team with 20 pionts on 8-of-13 shooting.
The first official day of boys basketball practice was held on Monday.