The Fort Wayne Sport Club team will play California Elite, despite losing to that team Saturday.
Despite terrific pitching, the TinCaps fell to the Quad Cities River Bandits (Houston Astros), 2-1, on Friday night at Parkview Field.
After missing almost two months with two broken bones in his left hand Bishop Luers graduate Kevin Kiermaier returned to the lineup for the Tampa Bay Rays on Friday night.
Former Snider and IPFW standout Ashton Taft stands alone atop the leaderboard with the first round of the Women’s City Tournament at Cedar Creek in Leo.
Fort Wayne native Reggie Hearn netted six points for the D-League Select team in a 88-76 win over the New Orleans Pelicans Friday night in Las Vegas Summer League play.
Belzile, 24, split time between San Antonio and the Fort Wayne Komets (ECHL) last season, recording six goals and four assists in 25 games with the Rampage and 10 goals and 21 helpers in 29 contests with the Komets.
Wilcox played five games for the Mad Ants in January of 2015, scoring 13.2 points a game.
The head football coach was diagnosed with lymphoma last summer and had 12 inches removed from his colon and small intestine. Two more surgeries and six chemo treatments later, his body is clear of cancer.
After testing the NBA waters V.J. Beachem says he’s happy to be back for his senior season at Notre Dame and is looking forward to taking on a bigger role as a leader for the Irish.
Brad Zunica and Carlos Belen each drove in a run, but the TinCaps came up short against the Quad Cities River Bandits, 4-2, on Thursday night at Parkview Field before a crowd of 8,735 – the sixth-largest in ballpark history.
The TinCaps used a five-run explosion in the sixth inning to bury the Quad Cities River Bandits, 6-0, on Wednesday night at Parkview Field.
“We have suspended Basil for our first three competitions for a violation of team rules,” Purdue coach Matt Painter said.
Snider graduate Reggie Hearn tallied eight points for the D-League Select team in a 108-71 loss to the Sixers Wednesday night in Las Vegas summer league play.
TinCaps pitcher and Padres prospect Austin Smith hit the WANE-TV airwaves on Wednesday with a live interview during the 6 p.m. news.
The left wing skated 34 games with the Komets scoring 11 goals and 30 points before he received a call-up to the AHL’s San Antonio Rampage where he amassed six goals and 13 points in 32 games.
The decision Wednesday affirms the wide-ranging powers given to the commissioner by the NFL’s collective bargaining agreement and was a setback for organized labor groups arguing for due process in employee discipline.
The race will now be ran on Saturday, August 20th, as part of “Fort Wayne Mad Ants Night at the Races” which will not only feature the ICAR Outlaw Super Late Models.
Thomas tells WANE-TV he plans to play for Anadolu Efes Istanbul of the Euroleague in Turkey next season.
The Komets also have added rookie defenseman Carl Tremblay.
Thomas has announced that he will become the assistant coach with Macon of the SPHL, teaming up with Macon head coach and former Komet Kevin Kerr.