Cuthbert drove in the go-ahead run with an infield hit in a three-run eighth, and the Royals rallied for the third straight game in a 5-4 win over the Chicago White Sox on Sunday.
Ben Zobrist hit a three-run homer, John Lackey pitched seven solid innings and the Cubs completed a sweep of the Philadelphia Phillies with a 7-2 victory Sunday.
The TinCaps thumped the Lake County Captains, 9-3, on Sunday afternoon at Classic Park. Fort Wayne had a 13-hit offensive attack that included a pair of home runs.
The rookie managed to conserve fuel while the leaders pit in the closing laps Sunday, coasting across the finish line on fumes to give Andretti Herta Autosport a stunning victory in the centennial race.
The Indiana Tech men’s outdoor track and field team capped off the 2015-16 season in style on Saturday at Mickey Miller Blackwell Stadium with their third outdoor championship in four years as they swept both the indoor and outdoor titles.
No. 3 IPFW dropped two games at No. 1 Oral Roberts University Saturday as the host Golden Eagles won the 2016 Summit League Baseball Championship at J.L. Johnson Stadium in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
The stage is set for Monday’s baseball sectional championship games.
For the second time in four years the Carroll girls tennis team is heading to the state championship.
South Adams defeated rival Adams Central while Norwell bested rival Heritage as the Starfires and Knights each earned a sectional championship on the softball diamond Friday night.
Thomas (Wayne H.S.) broke the 400-meter dash school record for her second race in a row while Black (Concordia H.S.) got things started and made it look easy by winning her heat of the event with a time of 57.01 seconds.
The TinCaps won their second consecutive game on the road using a similar formula on Friday night.
It was a busy night on the baseball diamond in northeast Indiana as teams looked to punch their ticket to Monday’s sectional title games.
The 3-time race champion talked exclusively with NewsChannel 15’s Chris Darby while visiting Decatur.
Thousands of people visited the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Friday to celebrate the start of the Indy 500 weekend.
Bishop Dwenger topped SAC rival Concordia for a sectional crown, Leo won it’s first ever sectional in 4A, and Homestead blasted its way to a championship Thursday on the softball diamond.
From 3-0 down at the end of six innings, the TinCaps rallied late to beat the Lansing Lugnuts, 5-3, on Thursday night at Cooley Law School Stadium.
IPFW advances to the tournament championship for the second-straight year, and will play either No. 1 Oral Roberts or No. 4 South Dakota State on Saturday, May 28, at 2 p.m.
The Carroll boys track team won their second straight regional title on Thursday at Indiana Wesleyan.
Bob Chase also announced he will return for his 64th season “radio rinkside.”
An Indianapolis native, Landis is set to work out for the Jazz June 1 in what will be his second session with an NBA team.