Concordia will make their first appearance at Lucas Oil Stadium for the IHSAA State Football Championships on Saturday, November 26.
Girls basketball teams returned to action on Black Friday with games all across Northeast Indiana.
Three Mad Ants recorded double-doubles in the win.
After picking up an emotional win over Kalamazoo Thursday the Komets fell to Central Division leader Toledo 7-1 at the Huntington Center.
(12-2) Concordia will take on (13-1) Lawrenceburg in the 3A state championship game Saturday at 3:30PM.
While replacement Scott Tolzien hung tough most of the night, the performance wasn’t good enough to extend the Colts’ 10-game winning streak on Thursday nights.
Bob Chase was certainly smiling down on the Coliseum Thursday night as the Komets defeated Kalamazoo 6-1 to gain two points in the Central Division.
Visitation is set for 2 p.m. – 8 p.m. Tuesday at the Memorial Coliseum. Private services will follow the public visitation.
The boys basketball season began in earnest on Wednesday night with Homestead edging rival Huntington North to highlight area hoops action.
Carsen Edwards broke out of his shooting slump with 21 points and No. 17 Purdue shot 17 of 26 from 3-point range to beat Auburn 96-71 on Wednesday night and capture the Cancun Challenge title.
Saint Francis is hosting in the quarterfinals for a second-consecutive season at noon on Saturday.
It’s the 56th Fort Wayne Thanksgiving home game (34-17-4) in the 65-year history of the Komets when they host Kalamazoo on Thursday night.
Andrew Luck has been in the league’s mandated concussion protocol since Sunday night when he complained of concussion-like symptoms following a 24-17 victory over Tennessee.
The Fort Wayne Mastodons trailed the No. 3 Indiana Hoosiers for just 90 seconds in their improbable 71-68 overtime win Tuesday night at Memorial Coliseum.
WANE-TV was the only station to have multiple cameras rolling on one of the biggest moments in Fort Wayne basketball history.
Click this story to see Indiana University head coach Tom Crean’s press conference following an overtime loss to the Fort Wayne Mastodons.
Click on the video tabs to see WANE’s interviews with the Fort Wayne Mastodons just seconds after the Dons upset the third-ranked Hoosiers on Tuesday night at War Memorial Coliseum.
Fort Wayne’s Bryson Scott, John Konchar, and head coach Jon Coffman address the media after Fort Wayne’s 71-68 overtime win over the third-ranked Hoosiers.
The Mastodons (3-2), who made the move to Division I in 2001-02, had lost all nine previous games against ranked teams.
Click on the VIDEO tabs to see WANE’s live shots from War Memorial Coliseum previewing the Indiana vs. Fort Wayne basketball game tonight at 9 p.m.