Homestead senior Brayden Law is heading to the Big Ten as the distance runner signed with Michigan State track & cross country on Wednesday.
Eifert is one of Andy Dalton’s favorite options near the goal line, catching 13 touchdown passes last season — second most in the NFL and a record for a Bengals tight end.
The TinCaps’ three-game winning streak ended with a 3-1 loss to the Great Lakes Loons at Dow Diamond on Tuesday night.
Paul George and George Hill each scored 19 points and the Indiana Pacers beat the New York Knicks 102-90 to win their final home game of the regular season.
South Side graduate Donovan Clark’s playing days at Indiana University have come to a close with the cornerback taking a medical hardship waiver head coach Kevin Wilson announced on Tuesday.
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After two days off the Komets got back to the ice Tuesday morning to prepare for their upcoming first round series with Cincinnati.
Mallers and Hazen are two of 13 players from the state of Indiana that will square off against the Kentucky All-Stars in June.
Randy Hawkins went 119-57 during his time leading the Knights and led Norwell to the 3A state title game in 2012.
The extension pays an average of $1.1 billion per season, up from more than $770 million on average under the current contract.
Notre Dame’s V.J. Beachem announced Tuesday he will enter the NBA draft but won’t hire an agent, leaving open the possibility of returning for his senior season.
The TinCaps won their third game in a row on Monday night, topping the Great Lakes Loons, 4-2, at Dow Diamond.
Homestead just joined the Summit Athletic Conference in basketball this past season and it didn’t take long for a Spartan to capture the league’s top individual honor.
The Carroll Chargers certainly brought the power to Turtle Town on Monday night, hitting four home runs in a 14-2 victory over Churubusco in five innings.
The Mastodons completed their historic and memorable campaign with a final record of 24-10, the second-most wins in school history, and only the sixth 20-win season in 43 years of competition in the sport.
The Cougars finished 11-1 overall last season.
After 72 games the Komets are ready for the playoffs and The News-Sentinel’s Blake Sebring and WANE-TV’s Glenn Marini break down Fort Wayne’s first round series against Cincinnati in this week’s edition of “Inside The Zone.”
Indiana University men’s basketball player Troy Williams will put his name in for this year’s NBA Draft but leaves open the possibility of returning for his final season of eligibility.
The Komets will face the Cincinnati Cyclones in the first round of the ECHL Kelly Cup playoffs starting Friday, April 15 with an 8pm faceoff at the Memorial Coliseum.
The Pacers have been plagued by uncertainty and inconsistency this season, but in the final week, Indiana made it count when it mattered. Five minutes into this one, the Pacers used an 11-0 run for a 17-5 lead and led by double digits the rest of the way.