Canterbury and Warsaw are now one win away from Bankers Life Fieldhouse after winning regional titles on Saturday.
A Twitter report indicated Blackmon Jr. was planning to make an announcement at the end of the season.
With Marcus Paige leading the way, No. 7 North Carolina scored 24 consecutive points over a 9 1/2-minute span bridging halftime and easily beat defending champion Notre Dame 78-47 on Friday night for a spot in the ACC Tournament final.
The Mad Ants, sponsored by Lutheran Health Network, fell to the Westchester Knicks 106-99 at Allen Co. War Memorial Coliseum behind the dominant performance of Walter Lemon Jr. off the bench.
Leo is the only team hockey team northeast Indiana that will play for state title this weekend as the Lions will square off against Penn.
Tolzien spent the last three seasons with the Green Bay Packers and has played in six career NFL games (two starts).
Top-seeded Saint Francis bested Mount Mercy 89-92 on Friday as the Cougars punched their ticket to the Elite Eight at the NAIA DII National Tournament.
Oakland Athletics general manager David Forst says it is too early to tell if Parker will pitch again.
Purdue reserve center Isaac Haas scored 16 points on 8-of-9 shooting and the No. 13 Boilermakers crushed Illinois 89-58 Friday in the Big Ten Tournament quarterfinals.
The team cut ties on Friday with the 2012 Heisman Trophy winner after two disappointing, drama-filled seasons.
Kameron Chatman made a 3-pointer with 0.2 seconds left to give Michigan a 72-69 upset over No. 10 Indiana in the Big Ten Tournament quarterfinals on Friday.
Miles Robinson’s 23 points were not enough on Friday night for Indiana Tech as the Warriors fell to Dakota Wesleyan 93-89 in overtime in the first round of the NAIA Division II National Tournament.
North Side’s Jaylen Butz, Columbia City’s Parker Hazen, Jalen Paul of Canterbury, and Ric Hall of Blackhawk Christian starred in leading their team to victory last Friday to earn Fill It Up All-Star honors for March 4.
Holy Cross Lutheran bested St. Charles 58-49 at the Schaefer Center on the campus of Indiana Tech to win the city’s middle school championship on Thursday night.
Ben Bentil scored 38 points with an impressive array of power moves and long jumpers, leading Providence to a 74-60 victory over Butler in the Big East Tournament quarterfinals Thursday.
V.J. Beachem scored 19 points, including a couple of key 3s late in the second half, for fourth-seeded Notre Dame (21-10).
Dylan Campbell, Tristan Douglass, Nathan Dove, Cam Fox, and Nico Morris all signed to play on the next level.
Homestead comes in 20-5 overall, winning 13 of their last 14.
Trying to come back from a series of elbow injuries, Oakland pitcher Jarrod Parker hurt his elbow yet again on the 12th pitch of a simulated game Thursday.
As a junior Brett Feller hit .337 in 83 at bats, adding nine doubles and one home run.