Snider’s Kyla Covington and Heritage’s Jacque Jacquay both came up with big performances in key wins on Friday night, earning each the honor of “Fill It Up” All-Star honors for January 29.
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Homestead and Carroll continue to make the transition to the SAC look easy as both the Spartans and Chargers won on Friday night to improve to 6-0 in league play.
The Fort Wayne Komets snapped a two game losing streak with a 4-1 win over Cincinnati Cyclones Friday night.
The Wake Forest product was a two time ACC All-Defensive Team honoree and is expected to join the Mad Ants and be listed as inactive for Saturday’s game.
The Colorado Avalanche prospect was selected by Colorado in the fourth round of the 2013 NHL Entry Draft and made his AHL debut last season logging nine games with the Lake Erie Monsters.
Christmas has appeared in 25 games for Fort Wayne so far this season, where he is averaging 15.5 points, 7.5 rebounds, and 2.0 blocks over 31.3 minutes.
Brian Kelly, the head football coach at the University of Notre Dame and the winningest active coach in the NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision, has agreed to terms on a new six-year agreement that runs through the 2021 season.
The Indiana Pacers announced Friday they have recalled forward Rakeem Christmas from the Fort Wayne Mad Ants.
West Noble High School graduate Aaron Wellman is heading to the NFL as the Manchester University graduate has been hired as the strength and conditioning coach for the New York Giants.
Both Kayla Knapke and Reggie Tharp led their teams to a dramatic win last Friday on the way to earning Fill It Up All-Star honors on January 22.
Carroll will put its unblemished SAC record on the line Friday night against Snider in the Highlight Zone “Game of the Week.”
John Lucas III netted a game-high 26 points for Fort Wayne in a 106-101 loss to the Canton Charge.
IPFW women’s basketball fell to Omaha at home after a near buzzer-beating shot from the Mavericks with 1.7 seconds left, 60-58.
Senior Max Landis scored a game-high 28 points to lead IPFW to a 68-63 come-from-behind men’s college basketball Summit League road victory at Oral Roberts University on Thursday night at the Mabee Center.
It was the fourth victory of the season over a ranked team for Syracuse (14-8, 4-5 ACC), which built a 44-27 halftime lead and was not threatened in the second half by the Irish (14-6, 5-3), who played without injured point guard and leading scorer Demetrius Jackson.
After 24 years on the Norwell football coaching staff – the last 16 as head coach – Jeff Miller has retired from the sidelines.
The Chargers earned a resounding 5-1 victory to take sole possession of the league’s top spot.
The Bishop Dwenger graduate is making his first Pro Bowl appearance after catching 52 passes for 615 yards and 13 touchdowns for the Bengals this season.
Dominique Walls led the way with 28 points as Indiana Tech defeated Siena Heights 78-74 at the Schaefer Center on Wednesday night to improve to 12-4 in WHAC play.