Although the TinCaps overcame a three-run deficit, the South Bend Cubs scored two late runs to win 5-4 Sunday afternoon at Parkview Field.
The IPFW men’s volleyball team was unable to stop the Ohio State offense as the top-seeded Buckeyes swept the Mastodons (18-25, 17-25, 17-25).
We learn more about TinCaps catcher Austin Allen on the debut of TinCaps on the Clock.
Luers grad Austin Mack had three catches for 22 yards in front of a record-breaking crowd at Ohio Stadium
Junior D.J. Knox added 58 yards on eight carries, but had to leave the game with an apparent knee injury in the second quarter.
Junior safety and Carroll graduate Drue Tranquill made his return to the gridiron after undergoing knee surgery last fall.
George scored 33 points, Monta Ellis had 15 and the Indiana Pacers beat the Toronto Raptors 100-90 in Game 1 of their first-round playoff series Saturday.
With just 32 seconds remaining the Cyclones secured their 2-0 series lead, when forward Joe Wilson sent a pass from the right side to Minella in the high slot, and he blasted a one-timer past Nagle to give the Cyclones a late 3-2 lead, and the eventual win.
For the first time in Parkview Field’s eight-year history, the TinCaps have started the season 5-0 at home.
Northrop improved to 5-1 on the season with a Saturday sweep of their rival Snider, taking game one 4-1 and rallying from a six-run deficit to take game two 10-9.
Carroll raced away with first place at the annual North Side relays on Saturday afternoon.
The TinCaps continued their home cooking of opponents this season with a 10-3 win over South Bend on Friday night at Parkview Field.
Indiana’s defense created three takeaways against its offense in the annual spring scrimmage and didn’t allow a touchdown until the Hoosiers started setting up red zone scenarios late in the practice.
The Komets were unable to take advantage of opening up the playoffs on home ice falling to the Cincinnati Cyclones 3-2.
Churubusco seniors Garrett Simmons and Drew Buffenbarger will continue their athletic careers at the next level.
Wayne senior JeBria Green will continue her volleyball career at IPFW.
In his lone season at Ranger Geist averaged 15.1 points on 45.6 percent shooting. He also registered 3.5 rebounds and 2.8 assists per game.
NFL Network’s Ian Rapaport is reporting that the Luers grad is expected to sit out the 2016 season.
TinCaps manager Anthony Contreras was live on WANE-TV’s 6 p.m. newscast Thursday night to discuss the opening week of the season with WANE sports director Glenn Marini.T
Fort Wayne is now 3-0 at home to begin the season, and 5-3 overall.