A Woodlan senior has made her college commitment just in time for the start of her final high school softball season. Monday morning, Olivia Hostetler signed a letter of intent to join the Taylor University Softball program.
The Komets finished week 20 of 2014-15 holding on to first place in the Eastern Conference after gaining four points in three games and improving to 36-12-6 and 78 points. It’s the first time the Komets have reached 78 points in 54 games since 2007-08. The earliest the Komets reached the 78-point plateau was in 1959-60 at 52 games.
Hannah Robbins, a sophomore from Taylor University, threw a complete game in TU’s 5-1 victory over Cumberland (TN) last week.
Amelia Recker, a junior from Huntington University, helped the No. 22-ranked Foresters to a 2-0 week last week in the Crossroads League Tournament
Bishop Luer’s grad, Kevin Kiermaeir, is down in Florida gearing up for his second year with the Tampa Bay Rays.
Ohio State rebounded from a 12-point deficit to a 65-61 victory over Purdue on Sunday night.
It was a busy weekend for middle school basketball players, with the Indiana Lutheran Schools Basketball State Championship taking place at Concordia Lutheran High School on Sunday.
A layup from Sydney Buck put Butler up 76-67 with 1:07 left in the second half, but in a strange turn of events the Seton Hall Pirates outscored Butler 18-0 over the final minute to win the BIG EAST regular season championship.
The Mad Ants, sponsored by Lutheran Health Network, fell in their return home, Sunday, March 1st to the Sioux Falls Skyforce 122-118 in overtime at the Allen Co. War Memorial Coliseum.
In the fourth and final match of a busy weekend for the IPFW women’s tennis team, the Mastodons fell in a battle with 38th ranked DePaul University on Sunday morning at Empowered Sports Club.
East Noble’s Garrett Pepple made it to the IHSAA State Championship match three times throughout his high school career. The first two trips ended in losses. But at last months State Finals, Pepple captured the crown at 113.
Minoso played 12 of his 17 seasons in Chicago, hitting .304 with 135 homers and 808 RBIs for the White Sox.