On Saturday, Kevin “Yogi” Ferrell scored 17 points, had six more assists and led No. 25 Indiana to an 89-57 blowout over Northwestern, theHoosiers’ 12th consecutive victory.
Six new faces were inducted to the Wayne Athletic Hall of Fame Saturday afternoon at Wayne High School. These inductees included two athletes, two coaches, and two contributors.
After snapping the programs second longest winning streak in program history to No. 9 Bethel Tuesday night in South Bend, USF returns to the Hutzell Athletic Center and secure another Crossroads League win beating Goshen College 82-77.
Despite Bishop Luers Grad Brooke Ridley bringing in her second consecutive double-double racking up 21 points and 12 rebounds, USF could not seal the deal falling to Goshen College 68-71 Saturday at the Hutzell Athletic Center.
Marcellus Barksdale scored on a layup at the final buzzer to give IUPUI an 84-82 men’s college basketball Summit League victory at IPFW on Saturday night at the Hilliard Gates Sports Center in Fort Wayne.
The SAC, Northeast 8, ACAC, and NECC held their wrestling conference championships on Saturday.
Carroll’s four game losing streak came to an end on Saturday with the 5th ranked Chargers falling to 4A No. 4 Merrillville 48-44 at Charger Fieldhouse.
The meeting will be the fifth and perhaps final time they square off in the playoffs. The winner will once again make a trip to the Super Bowl.
Summit Athletic Conference newcomers Carroll and Homestead are making the transition to the SAC look easy after both earned victories on Friday night to improve to 5-0 in the conference.
After the Komets took a 1-0 lead after the first on a shorthanded goal from defenseman Justin Hamonic, Ft. Wayne turned up the offense in the second, getting goals from defenseman Will Weber, and forwardsJoe Perry and Brett Perlini to skate out to a 4-0 lead after 40 minutes.
Maine (13-11) got off to a slow start, falling into an early 8-2 hole, with Rakeem Christmas, on assignment from the Indiana Pacers, scoring early and often for Fort Wayne (11-12) in the first few minutes of the game. RJ Hunter, on assignment from the Boston Celtics, poured in seven straight for the Red Claws to cut the Mad Ants’ lead to 21-17, and Coty Clarke dropped in four late in the quarter, but the visitors took a 26-23 lead after one.
Bishop Luers senior Kayla Knapke and Concordia senior Reggie Tharp as this week’s Fill It Up All-Star winners as each led their team to a dramatic victory on Friday night.
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Dave and Jody Muzzillo have decided to move forward into the racing future, renaming the 53-year-old facility “Baer Field Motorsports Park” for the 2016 season.
Both Carroll’s Becca Villanueva and South Side’s Austin Boucher reached the 30-point plateau on the way to earning Fill It Up All-Star honors on January 15.
The Icemen announced they’ve signed contracts to move to nearby Owensboro, Kentucky, for the 2016-17 season.
Four IPFW women’s basketball players scored in double-digits, but the Mastodons were unable to fight back from an early deficit as they fell at South Dakota 92-60.
P.J. Thompson scored 10 of his 12 points in the final seven minutes Thursday night, helping No. 22 Purdue pull away from Ohio State 75-64.
Senior Max Landis/Indianapolis scored 17 points to lead IPFW to a 79-74 men’s college basketball Summit League home victory past North Dakota State University on Thursday night.
Indiana’s Paul George will start in the East frontcourt on Feb. 14 with New York’s Carmelo Anthony.