The Boilers were back in Fort Wayne on Wednesday for their annual Boilers on the Road event at the Fort Wayne Country Club.
A native of Huntington, and now a resident of Roanoke, Godfroy grew up at St. Mary and Sts. Peter and Paul parishes and attended Huntington Catholic and then Bishop Luers High School. He graduated from Bishop Luers in 2006 and then earned a bachelor degree in education at Miami University of Ohio in 2010. Godfroy and his wife Janna have been married for five years and are members of St. Joseph Parish, Roanoke.
The facility will be used by the marching band as a rehearsal field with lights and an artificial turf football field with a band director’s tower.
Training camp will play a crucial role in getting the offense to gel as a unit – and most importantly, creating that “grit” that Coach Pagano always talks about.
NACS swimmers took fourth place overall out of 95 teams in the state. SWAC took 6th place overall.
Defenseman Curtis Leonard and forward Mason Baptista have agreed to terms and will be returning to the Fort Wayne fold for 2016-17. Also rookie forwards Daniel Erlich and Chase Nieuwendyk have inked agreements to make their pro debuts with the Komets.
There is no doubting the talent of the 28-year-old Chapman, who went 3-0 with a 2.01 ERA and 20 saves in 31 games with New York. He threw a 105.1 mph fastball to Baltimore’s J.J. Hardy last Monday night, matching the fastest since Major League Baseball began tracking speeds in 2008.
Former Mad Ant Ron Howard is paring up with his former team this week for the annual Mad Ants Basketball Academy.
The NFL says it found no credible evidence that Peyton Manning was provided with HGH or other prohibited substances.
George founded IndyCar and is part of the family that owns the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Local football players had a chance to learn football fundamentals the Hoosier way as IU coaches came to Homestead High School on their INvasion tour on Sunday.
TinCaps right-fielder Tyler Moore joins us for our latest TinCaps on the Clock.
Fort Wayne (10-19, 46-53) sprung out to a 4-0 lead in the top of the first against Boomer Biegalski (L, 6-5). Catcher Marcus Greene Jr., who had six hits and two homers over the previous two games, launched a grand slam to left-center field.
Afterward the two drivers who grew up in Indiana drove side-by-side around the 2.5-mile oval one last time.
Ken Griffey Jr. and Mike Piazza have been inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame.
The Olympic Games begin in Rio in just over two weeks with the Aug. 5 opening ceremony at the Maracana Stadium.
Fort Wayne and Beloit are now set to begin their three-game series on Sunday afternoon at 3:00 p.m. (as originally scheduled for Sunday).
Local golfers met at Cedar Creek Saturday morning to compete in the city tournament qualifier.
Busch posted a fast lap of 184.634 mph, just ahead of Joe Gibbs Racing teammate Carl Edwards at 184.547. Three-time Cup champion and two-time Brickyard winner Tony Stewart will start third in his final race at Indy after posting a speed of 184.328.
Local dive clubs from Fort Wayne came together for the annual City Dive Meet at Helen P. Brown Natatorium.