Canterbury High School honored 15 student-athletes on Thursday night at its annual “Cav-E Awards” program that rewards excellence in many forms related to athletics.
The IPFW baseball team scored two runs in the bottom of the ninth with two outs, as the Mastodons came from behind to defeat Western Illinois University 4-3, Friday afternoon at Mastodon Field in Fort Wayne.
Pat McAfee made a stop in Fort Wayne for his comedy tour Friday night at the Embassy.
Carroll dominated at North Side while Homestead outdistanced the competition at New Haven with the Chargers and Spartans each winning in boys track sectional title on Thursday night.
14th-ranked Canterbury topped Bishop Luers 4-1 to earn the program’s third-straight sectional title on Thursday night at the Jimmy Clark Community Tennis Center.
With the help of Erin’s House For Grieving Children Snider’s Gabe Swardson has blossomed into a successful swimmer, student, and volunteer.
Stephens averaged 6.1 points per game as a junior while connecting on 175 treys in three seasons combined.
Canterbury rolled in the sectional semifinals while Bishop Luers edged Homestead at the Jim Clark Tennis Complex Wednesday evening.
The point guard confirmed her commitment to WANE-TV on Wednesday afternoon.
Homestead head softball coach Tom Clagg won his 300th game on Tuesday then got a chance to celebrate on Wednesday.
After earning Summit League Player of the Year as a senior IPFW’s Max Landis is looking for his shot on the next level.
Despite a terrific pitching performance, the TinCaps dropped the middle game with the Lansing Lugnuts, 1-0, in 10 innings before a sellout crowd at Parkview Field on Wednesday afternoon.
Sheldon is hitting .471 this season with three home runs and 20 RBI.
IPFW has beaten Purdue twice this season.
Brad Zunica drove in all four runs in a 4-3 TinCaps win over the Lansing Lugnuts at Parkview Field on Tuesday night.
The Northrop girls won the 25th sectional title in program history as the Bruins topped the field at Spuller Stadium on Tuesday.
Former Indiana University basketball player and assistant coach Dan Dakich was the headliner Tuesday night at the Grand Wayne Center as Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeast Indiana hosted its 43rd annual gourmet dinner.
We are proud to honor the Bishop Luers girls tennis team as your Optimum Performance Sports Team of the Week.
He guided the Eagles to the best season in program history in 2014-15, as Busco finished 22-4 and won the NECC title.
A six-foot-six post player, Hill helped the Redskins finish 18-7 last season.