The ECHL’s all-star break is here and there’s no better time to pick up our weekly “Inside The Zone” segment with Blake Sebring of The News-Sentinel when it comes to talking Komets hockey.
Notre Dame up five spot this week to no. 15 while Butler (13th) and Purdue (21st) fall in this week’s top 25.
Kelan Martin scored 22 points and No. 13 Butler rallied from an 18-point deficit, surging in the second half to beat Marquette 88-80 Monday.
Before leaving for China, Bentil had played in one game for the Mad Ants this season, scoring a game high 27 points and recorded 10 rebounds.
Homestead no. 2 in 4A, Concorida, Tippecanoe Valley, and Dwenger all ranked in 3A top 10, while Whitko remains no. 1 in 2A.
Hundreds of the best elementary and middle school basketball players gathered in Fort Wayne for the annual Gym Rats MLK Classic.
Quite a quartet of QBs is heading to the NFL’s conference championship games next weekend: Brady’s New England Patriots host Roethlisberger’s Pittsburgh Steelers in the AFC, and Rodgers’ Green Bay Packers play at Ryan’s Atlanta Falcons in the NFC.
James Blackmon Jr. scored 16 points, OG Anunoby added 11 points and seven steals and the Hoosiers used a 23-piont scoring advantage off turnovers to blow past Rutgers 76-57.
Mike Cazzola scored a hat trick as the Komets stopped a three game losing streak with a 6-2 win over the Indy Fuel on Sunday.
With just over two weeks until the start of the IHSAA Girls Basketball state tournament, the sectional pairings draw was held Sunday with teams learning who they will face first on the road to Bankers Life Fieldhouse.
Despite high energy in the second and third sets, the Fort Wayne men’s volleyball team fell to the No. 14 Penn State Nittany Lions 3-0 (25-16, 25-23, 27-25) in the Gates Center on Saturday night (Jan. 14).
McAfee made several posts on social media Saturday saying he is skipping the game while he awaits his third knee surgery in four years.
Champions were crowned in the ACAC and NECC annual tournament titles.
The No. 20th-ranked Indiana Tech women’s basketball team fell to Siena Heights, 69-64, on Saturday afternoon at the Schaefer Center in Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference (WHAC) play.
The Indiana Tech men’s basketball team won their fourth game in a row, and seventh straight in Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference (WHAC) play, as they defeated Siena Heights, 70-58, on Saturday afternoon at the Schaefer Center.
USF locked down its sixth consecutive win, fifth in Crossroads League action, handing the Wildcats their first loss in eight CL games. The win was USF’s first in five opportunities against an NAIA Top 25 opponent this season.
Sequels don’t always live up to the billing, but nobody who walked away from Hutzell Athletic Center could say they didn’t get their monies worth as No. 10 Indiana Wesleyan University outlasted No. 3 University of Saint Francis 85-81 in double overtime on Saturday afternoon.
The Bulldogs already have knocked off the Big East’s preseason favorites — Villanova and Xavier — in a 10-day span.
Vasturia scored 20 points and Matt Farrell and Bonzie Colson added 14 each for the Fighting Irish (16-2, 5-0 Atlantic Coast Conference), who have won their five conference games by a total of 23 points.
Despite 21 points from Bryson Scott, the Fort Wayne men’s basketball squad fell 66-63 at South Dakota on Saturday (Jan. 14) afternoon at the Sanford Coyote Sports Center.