Toledo picked up a point on Fort Wayne in the chase for first place in the ECHL’s North Division as the Walleye edged the Komets in a shootout on Wednesday night at War Memorial Coliseum.
Joseph Veracco tallied 26 points while Marcus Stepp added 18 as Bishop Dwenger handed 3A no. 2 Leo its first loss of the season by beating the Lions 77-68 on Wednesday night.
Carroll also topped Snider 53-50 in area boys basketball on 2/17.
Jay County High School grad Kegan Comer netted 17 points to lead eighth-ranked St. Francis to a 94-81 win at Platt Arena on Tuesday night.
Former I.U. standout Christian Watford tallied 18 points in his return to the Hoosier State.
Jerian Grant had 24 points, 10 assists and five steals, and the Irish hit 27 of 28 from the free throw line in an 88-75 win over Wake Forest.
Blackhawk Christian has won its fair share of boys basketball, baseball, and soccer post-season championships, but those trophies may have to make space. The Blackhawk girls basketball team won its first 1A sectional championship in program history this past weekend and for that WANE-TV is proud to honor the Chargers as the FWO Team of the Week.
J.M. Rizk, 28, was a member of the Komets 2011-12 CHL Presidents’ Cup Championship team appearing in 55 regular season games (20 goals, 31 points) and all 18 playoff games (7 goals, 14 points).
When most people think of Indiana, basketball is one of the first things that comes to mind. This state is rich with basketball history, and Tuesday night in Butler, Indiana high school basketball history came alive.
The Ohio State Highway Patrol stopped Ahmad Bradshaw for a traffic violation on Interstate 70 on Feb. 5 and a trooper found marijuana in the vehicle and on Bradshaw.
Homestead still ranked no. 4 in 4A while Leo stays at no. 2 in 3A.
Homestead, Warsaw, Norwell, Tippecanoe Valley, Wabash, and Westview all hoisted sectional championship trophies on Monday night.