Paul George and Myles Turner scored 22 points each to lead the Indiana Pacers to a 110-94 win over the Charlotte Hornets on Monday night.
Snider graduate and Wake Forest safety Jessie Bates is a USA Today Sports freshman All-American with the newspaper’s squad released on Monday.
Purdue climbs to no. 15, Butler falls two spots to no. 18, while Notre Dame rises two slots to no. 21.
After spending three games with the Mad Ants forward Georges Niang has been recalled to the NBA by the Indiana Pacers.
Homestead (4A), Whitko (2A) remain number one in their respective class.
Colts also signed free agent safety Duke Williams and elevated wide receiver Devin Street to the 53-man roster from the practice squad.
Woll recorded the first triple-double in Huntington’s program history, putting up 25 points, 20 rebounds, 10 assists and three blocks, while shooting 11-of-14 in a 110-95 win over Asbury.
Notre Dame quarterback DeShone Kizer announced Monday he will forgo his remaining college eligibility and will declare for the upcoming NFL draft.
Saint Francis football players talk to WANE-TV about preparing to play Baker College in the NAIA National Championship on December 17th.
Andy Dalton threw two touchdown passes to Tyler Eifert as the Bengals (5-7-1) kept their playoff chances pulsating for another week.
Huntington native E,J. Tackett won the 2016 PBA Championship title on Saturday defeating Tom Smallwood in the finals.
By snapping a three-game losing streak, Houston (7-6) and Tennessee remained tied atop the AFC South though the Texans are better positioned because of season sweeps over the Titans and Colts (6-7).
Leslie recorded a double-double for Fort Wayne scoring 17 points off the bench and 12 rebounds. Mad Ants had six other players who scored in double-digits, Poythress and McKinney-Jones logged 23 each. Niang and Zeisloft each put down 13 points. Stone had 12 points and Jordan Loyd tacked on 11 points.
James Blackmon Jr. scored 18 points, Robert Johnson added 16, and the Hoosiers dominated the Huskies 103-61.
The Kalamazoo Wings were backed by Nick Riopel’s steady goaltending and a timely special teams’ success, as they toppled the Fort Wayne Komets, 2-1, on Saturday night at Wings Event Center.
Poythress led the Mad Ants with 23 points, 10 rebounds. Georges Niang added 22 points, 6 rebounds, and 6 assists and Jordan Loyd finished with 16 points, 7 rebounds, 4 assists, and 2 steals.
History was made at Homestead on Saturday as Karissa McLaughlin became the first ever Spartan to reach 2,000 points in Homestead’s 73-35 win over Greenfield Central.
De’Jour Young led the ‘Dons in nearly every category with 17 points, a season-high nine rebounds, a career-high four assists, and added a steal. Rachel Rinehart hit 8-of-11 at the free throw line to finish with a season-high 16 points to go along with three assists and a team-high two steals. Isis Parker added nine points and two steals off the bench.
Daniel Woll posted the program’s first ever triple double of 25 points, 20 rebounds and ten assists to lead the HU men’s basketball team past Asbury University 110-95 Saturday afternoon at Platt Arena.
Fort Wayne limited Austin Peay to 32.3 percent shooting in a 98-58 victory for the Mastodons on Saturday (Dec. 10) at the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum.