Komets fall to the Thunder on Friday night, 4-2. Fort Wayne takes on Quad City on Saturday and Kalamazoo on Sunday.
The Northern Lakes Insurance Classic tipped off Friday at the Huzell Center with no. 3 St. Francis falling 66-63 to no. 1 Cornerstone in a barnburner.
Canterbury, North Side, and Leo all earned victories on the first Friday night of the girls basketball season.
Snider, Bishop Dwenger, Angola, Bishop Luers, Woodlan and Southwood all brought home the hardware on Friday night, and we had highlights and interviews with every local sectional champion on the Highlight Zone!
Bishop Luers are ‘Chasing 12’ and they beat nemisis Concorida Lutheran to clinch the 3A sectional title, 20-14, in the Highlight Zone Game of the Week.
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The 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in New York City issued a one-page order Friday temporarily blocking a lower-court ruling that cleared the way this week for Elliott to begin serving the disciplinary penalty.
Buffalo’s pursuit of AFC East kingpin New England was stymied by the New York Jets, who controlled the line of scrimmage on both sides in a 34-21 win that never was close in the second half.
3A no. 3 Concordia bested New Haven 54-14, while Southern Wells beat Blackhawk Christian, and Garrett topped Woodlan on Thursday night.
The Komets have teamed up with the Northern Indiana Veterans Administration Health System on Military Appreciation Weekend. People can donate non-perishable items as a part of this Komets Kare package.
The Cadets and Knights will square off at Luersfield on Friday at 7 p.m. in the Highlight Zone “Game of the Week” with the 3A sectional 28 title on the line.
NAIA no. 1 Saint Francis will have one more tune up before the playoffs as the Cougars host Taylor on Saturday in USF’s final regular season game.
Thursday’s announcement comes after Luck was “shut down” three weeks ago after complaining of soreness in his surgically repaired throwing shoulder.
Carroll topped Summit City 8-2 to headline area high school hockey action Wednesday evening at SportONE/Parkview Icehouse.
Vince Edwards led Purdue with 20 points while Carsen Edwards added 18 as the 20th-ranked Boilermakers defeated Carroll College 98-71 in their second and final exhibition game on Wednesday night at Mackey Arena.
The city will be home to a four-day period of activities, including a fan fest inside the Indiana Convention Center, a music festival and a themed food event.
Lucas Oil Stadium will be the site of the 2022 College Football Playoff National Championship. The event is expected to bring in more than $150 million to the city.
The Komets will begin the weekend hosting the Thunder Friday night.
Myron Noodleman performed at dozens of Fort Wayne Wizards and TinCaps games over the years.
Huntington North High School grad Sarah Fryman led HU with 22 points while Maddie Richer added 17.