Snider’s Jessie Bates tallied 27 points as the Panthers edged Canterbury 77-68 in overtime to headline area boys basketball action on Tuesday night.
Turtle Town has become known for a pretty dominant football program, but this winter the Churubusco boys basketball team is the talk of the town. The Eagles are coming off the school’s first ever NECC Tournament Championhip, and for that the team is this week’s FWO Team of the Week.
Saint Francis used a balanced scoring attack to top rival Huntington University 88-72 in Crossroads League men’s basketball action Tuesday night at the Hutzell Athletic Center.
After one successful season as the head football coach at Wayne High School Scot Shaw is heading back home, as he was named the head coach at Elkhart Memorial on Tuesday.
Safety Mike Adams and inside linebacker D’Qwell Jackson will join five of their teammates in Arizona this week for the 2015 Pro Bowl.
Homestead holds at 4A no. 4, Norwell stays 3A no. 7, Canterbury holds at 2A no. 2.
Andrew Sellan of the 11th-ranked (American Volleyball Coaches Association) IPFW men’s volleyball team was named the Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association (MIVA) Offensive Player of the Week.
Homestead ranked no. 1 in 4A for first time this season.
Erick Green played his college ball with Virginia Tech before being drafted in the second round of the 2013 NBA Draft to the Utah Jazz, and later traded to the Denver Nuggets.
The Fort Wayne Mad Ants held on against the Idaho Stampede to win 114-109 in a back-and-forth affair at the 2015 NBA D-League Showcase presented by Samsung.
Snider graduate Liza Clemons scored four points, pulled down nine rebounds, and racked up five assists in the loss.
Fort Wayne Mad Ants’ forward Andre Emmett was today named NBA Development League Performer of the Week for games played Monday, Jan. 12 – Sunday, Jan. 18.
In this week’s edition of “Inside The Zone” Komets beat writer Blake Sebring and WANE-TV sports director Glenn Marini break down the Komets’ historic first half and look forward to the second half of the ECHL slate.
The NFL is investigating whether the New England Patriots deflated footballs that were used in their AFC championship game victory over the Indianapolis Colts.
Indiana is ranked no. 23 in both the latest Associated Press and USA Today Coaches poll.
The game operations manual notes that people who alter footballs or allow an unapproved football to be used in a game can be disciplined with fines or other punishments.
Indiana weathered a storm on the road Sunday, falling behind early before pulling out a late win over Illinois, 80-74.
Even with the Kalamazoo Wings and Fort Wayne Komets combining to go 0-for-12 on the power-play, it was an Eric Kattelus special teams goal in the third period that would prove to be the difference in the K-Wings 2-1 victory Sunday night against the Komets at Allen County Memorial Coliseum.
The Patriots won their eighth AFC championship — their sixth under Brady and coach Bill Belichick. They will play the Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl in Glendale, Arizona, on Feb. 1.
AFC championship game has New England playing host to Indianapolis.