4A no. 2 Homestead will face a 19-4 Jay County team on Friday night in girls sectional semifinal play in the Highlight Zone “Game of the Week.”
All-SAC selection Madison Macke will continue her volleyball career at Cincinnati State as the senior signed with the Surge Thursday afternoon.
The workers at the Wilson Football Factory in Ada, Ohio have very exclusive jobs. They’re the only people in the world given the task of making Super Bowl footballs.
Speedy receiver Ashten Barnes is going from Columbia City to Indianapolis as the senior signed with Marian University on Thursday.
Mitchell VanBrocklin, Woodlan’s all-time leader in career rushing yards and touchdowns, will be heading to Marian University to continue his football career after signing with the Knights on Thursday.
A number of the area’s top girls soccer players celebrated their signings Wednesday night at The Plex South as the Fort Wayne United FC honored some of the club’s best players.
Canterbury bested Leo while Bishop Dwenger outlasted Garrett in overtime during 3A girls sectional play Wednesday night at Paul Bateman Gymnasium.
Saint Francis took two from Mount Vernon Nazarene on Wednesday night as the Cougars swept a doubleheader at the Hutzell Center.
The Fort Wayne native currently plays for the NBADL’s Reno Bighorns.
Anthony Lawrence Jr. scored a season-high 18 points on just six shots, Angel Rodriguez added 12 points and No. 17 Miami beat Notre Dame 79-70 on Wednesday night.
The talented trio of Homestead receivers Ben Skowronek (Northwestern), Austin Krider (Siena Heights), and Jonah Watson (Trine) aptly signed together on Wednesday after teaming up to give opponents headaches over the last three seasons.
The Carroll High School senior class has no shortage of standout athletes and that abundance of athletic riches was on display Wednesday afternoon when 13 student-athletes signed to play college sports.
Leo seniors Joe Lambright, Hannah Tkacz and Tyler Laborde all signed to play college sports on Wednesday afternoon.
Standout seniors Nathan Ogle and Kaleb Cook will be making their way from Kendallville to college football this fall after signing letters of intent on Wednesday afternoon.
Hard-hitting safety Trey Jackson is taking his talents to the capital city as the New Haven senior signed with the University of Indianapolis on Wednesday afternoon while speedy receiver Tyon Woods inked with Davenport University.
A linebacker, Whitner racked up 119 tackles as a senior in 2015 with seven sacks and 11 TFLs.
A talented group of seniors at Bishop Luers signed to play college sports on Wednesday afternoon.
Wayne High School senior Auston Robertson is keeping his options open regarding his football career after verbally committing to Michigan State last June.
Isaac Stiebeling, David Turner, and Malik Bramley helped lead Snider to the 5A state title this past fall and now the three football standouts will take their skills to the next level.
Standout running back D’Wayne Eskridge is heading to Kalamazoo to continue his football career after signing with Western Michigan University on Wednesday.