The Bruins are looking for their first winning season since 2003 and there is reason for optimism at Spuller Stadium.
Starting pitcher Thomas Dorminy shined, as the TinCaps topped the South Bend Cubs (Chicago Cubs), 2-1, on Thursday night at Four Winds Field.
There are plenty of changes at Chambers Field where North Side has a new coach, a new nickname, and a bunch of new players on defense in 2016.
One of the front-runners for Indiana’s Mr. Basketball award in 2017, Snider senior Malik Williams verbally committed to play at the University of Louisville on Thursday afternoon.
The Luers grad hit a three-run drive off Chien-Ming Wang in a five-run sixth to put the Rays ahead 11-0.
Despite a terrific relief effort from Blake Rogers, the TinCaps fell to the South Bend Cubs (Chicago Cubs), 2-0, in Wednesday’s series opener at Four Winds Field.
After going 7-4 overall (6-3 in their SAC debut) last fall the Carroll Chargers are looking for the program’s sixth-consecutive winning season in 2016.
The Mad Ants announced they will hold open tryouts on Saturday, October 1st for the at the McMillen Park Community Center.
Notre Dame tight end Alize Jones will miss the season because he is academically ineligible.
Shevoy Bleary had pleaded guilty in June to two counts of assault in the April 2015 stabbing of former Indiana Pacers forward Chris Copeland and a woman.
Plumlee was born in Fort Wayne, grew up in Warsaw, and played parts of the 2012-13 season with the Mad Ants after being selected in the first round of the 2012 NBA draft by the Indiana Pacers.
The Komets announced Wednesday that Ferris State graduates Jason Binkley and Matt Robertson have agreed to terms and have been added to the 2016-17 preseason roster.
After going 9-2 and winning the SAC title in 2014 the Wayne Generals were winless in 2015 but gained crucial Friday night experience in coach Derrick Moore’s first season at the helm.
With the victory, Fort Wayne went 6-1 at home over the last week, including taking three of four in this series, and gained four games on Lansing in the Eastern Division’s wild card race.
After going 6-3 in their first year of SAC play (8-4 overall) the Homestead Spartans are looking to take the next step in 2016.
With 11 state championships in the trophy case the expectations are always high at Bishop Luers and 2016 will be no different.
After consecutive walk-off wins against the Lugnuts at Parkview Field the TinCaps didn’t have enough in the tank for more downtown drama, losing 10-9 to Lansing as a late rally fell short.
This season Coach Svarczkopf is back healthy, returning to the sidelines to hopefully lead his team to back-to-back state titles in memory of Coach Tone.
The defending 5A state champs return with the goal of making it back to Lucas Oil Stadium for a shot at winning back-to-back titles. The Panthers took down New Pal 64-61 in one of the most thrilling state championship finishes in IHSAA history.
South Adams is ready to build off the foundation they set during the 2015 season.