The annual Gold Glove awards announced on Tuesday night and Kiermaier takes home his position’s top honor despite missing almost two months with a pair of broken bones in his left hand.
The 2016-17 season will get underway Friday night in Fayetteville for the Mastodons as Fort Wayne travels to face Arkansas at Bud Walton Arena to open the year.
The Mad Ants will get the season rolling on Saturday as Fort Wayne opens the NBADL season with a road game at Greensboro.
5A no. 1 Snider (11-0) will host 5A no. 6 Mishawaka (10-2) Friday night at 7:30 p.m. at Spuller Stadium with the regional championship on the line.
We are proud to honor the Blackhawk Christian girls volleyball team as our Optimum Performance Sports Team of the Week.
After starting the season in the Rochester lineup in the AHL, Cheek returned to Fort Wayne last week and scored a goal and added five assists to finish his first week of the year with six points.
Four Notre Dame players finished in double figures, as senior guard V.J. Beachem led the team with 20 pionts on 8-of-13 shooting.
The first official day of boys basketball practice was held on Monday.
Seven regional championship games will feature a local football team this Friday and The News-Sentinel’s Justin Kenny and WANE’s Glenn Marini preview them all in the latest edition of “Inside The Zone.”
Bill Burke has been tabbed the head coach of both programs beginning in 2017.
Jessie Bates delivered the key play, intercepting a pass and returning it 39 yards for the winning touchdown with 6:47 to play in the game.
Both teams traded chances early in the extra period but it was Pacan who lifted the Beast to victory. He cut in on a 2-on-0 breakaway then rifled the puck past the five hole of Hartzell on a beautiful chance with 1:13 remaining in overtime.
The 34-year-old Hammel went 15-10 with a 3.83 ERA in 30 starts this year. The 6-foot-6 right-hander is 33-22 with a 3.59 ERA in 78 starts over two stints with the Cubs.
A 31-26 win Sunday on the road over the Green Bay Packers should do wonders for his team’s confidence going into a bye week.
The Fort Wayne High School Hockey Association hosted the annual Summit City Classic at Parkview SportOne Icehouse over the weekend. Several teams from across the state played in crossover games all weekend.
Behind a game-high 21 points from Rachel Rinehart and a double-double by De’Jour Young, the Fort Wayne women’s basketball team won head coach Niecee Nelson’s unofficial debut, as the Mastodons defeated cross-town foe Indiana Tech 78-46, in an exhibition game.
All four seniors contributed for the ‘Dons on the night, led by Somer Johnson’s double-double, 11 kills, 15 digs, and four blocks.
Rodney Smith ran for 153 yards and three touchdowns and quarterback Mitch Leidner ran for 74 yards and two more scores Saturday as Minnesota defeated Purdue 44-31.
Devine Redding gave Indiana the lead with a 34-yard touchdown run late in the third quarter and caught Richard Lagow’s third touchdown pass of the game in the fourth as the error-prone Hoosiers rallied for a 33-27 win over Rutgers Saturday.
Will Worth ran for 175 yards and two touchdowns, his eighth consecutive game with a rushing score, and the Midshipmen beat the Fighting Irish 28-27 Saturday in the nation’s longest-running intersectional rivalry.