He averaged 24.0 points, 9.5 rebounds, 3.5 blocks and 2.5 assists while going 21-of-31 (.677) from the field and 6-of-6 (1.000) from the free throw line.
It’s his third time being awarded Player of the Week this season since December 29, and the fourth time in his two-year career.
Homestead stays at no. 2 in 4A, Norwell remains 3A no. 5, while Whitko hangs at 2A no. 7
Cincinnati tight end Tyler Eifert appeared to injure a foot during the game while diving for a pass for Team Irvin. He would finish the game with one catch for 11 yards.
V.J. Beachem added 15 points for the Fighting Irish (15-6, 6-3 Atlantic Coast Conference) and Steve Vasturia scored 10 points to put all five Notre Dame starters in double figures.
Redshirt-senior Max Landis/Indianapolis scored a game-high 19 points to lead IPFW to an 88-67 men’s college basketball Summit League victory past Western Illinois University Sunday afternoon at the Hilliard Gates Sports Center in Fort Wayne.
Powered by a four-goal third period, the Fort Wayne Komets downed the Kalamazoo Wings, 6-2.
People know Bob Knight for a number of things; winning three national championships, leading IU to a perfect season in 1976, and for the not so positive things like throwing chairs. For one Ossian family, it was the General’s generous heart that touched their lives forever.
The phrase ‘career decisions’ was coined by players really talking about how they respond to injury concerns.
When A.J. Hammons plays the way he did Saturday, No. 21 Purdue has an opportunity to beat most of college basketball’s elite.
The freshman center had a career-high 23 points, grabbed eight rebounds and scored the go-ahead basket on a putback with 1:56 left to help No. 19 Indiana fend off Minnesota’s frantic second-half rally for a 74-68 victory.
Josh Shalla broke a 1-1 tie with a goal with just 2:20 left in the third period as the Walleye defeated Fort Wayne 2-1 Saturday night in front of a standing room only crowd of 8,200 at the Huntington Center. Toledo has an overall record of 26-11-1-3 and 13-5-0-1 at home.
The IPFW women’s basketball team earned its first Summit League victory, defeating Denver 61-49, as part of its ninth annual Pink Out.
USF held on to a close one in a top 25 showdown between Grace College Saturday at the Hutzell Athletic Center where the Cougars defeated the Lancers 85-81.
The Lady Cougars were able to bring home their second consecutive win in the Crossroads League Saturday afternoon at the Hutzell Athletic Center defeating Grace College70-55.
Double-doubles from C.J. Fair and Shayne Whittington lifted the Mad Ants to a 116-111 victory over the visiting Red Claws on Saturday.
Hall of Fame basketball coach Bob Knight was in the Summit City on Saturday signing autographs at Playball Ink.
IHSAA sectional championships were held Saturday afternoon at Carroll High School and host Chargers brought home their sixth straight sectional title. Carroll will advance 13 individuals on to the regional championships.
The IHSAA Sectional Championship was held at New Haven High School Saturday morning where the Leo Lions took home the hardware leading all schools with 175.0 points and advances 8 individuals onto regionals.
The first ever Northeast 8 girls basketball title will be shared between Norwell and East Noble.