Jordon Southorn of the Fort Wayne Komets is the Sher-Wood Hockey ECHL Player of the Week for Nov. 2-8.
3A no. 8 Norwell bested Wayne 69-56 on Tuesday night to headline local girls basketball action.
The IPFW women’s volleyball team opening its final home stand of the season with a 3-0 sweep over Western Illinois (25-19, 25-15, 25-19).
Bishop Luers graduate and Fort Wayne native Kevin Kiermaier is bringing home the defensive hardware as the American League Gold Glove winner for center field.
Clemson, Alabama, Ohio State, and Notre Dame would be the four teams qualifying for college football’s playoff if it began today.
We are proud to honor the Northfield football team as your Orthopedic Hospital and Fort Wayne Orthopedics Team of the Week.
Coach Chuck Pagano told a small group of reporters on a conference call that Luck was sore after the game and felt worse Monday afternoon. He was then sent for tests.
The Canterbury girls soccer team celebrated the program’s second consecutive 1A state championship on Monday with a school-wide pep rally.
Homestead drops from no. 1 in 4A to no. 2.
By the end of Indiana’s 73-62 win against Bellarmine, momentum seemingly switched hands at three significant times.
Zach Miller made a one-handed grab of a 25-yard touchdown pass from Jay Cutler with 3:19 to go, and the Chicago Bears beat the San Diego Chargers 22-19 on Monday night.
The Indiana Tech women’s basketball team battled tough, but came up short against ninth ranked Marian in their home opener, 75-56.
Perry Poindexter tallied 18 points and 18 rebounds to lead St. Francis over city rival Indiana Tech 72-55 at the Hutzell Center on Monday night.
J.T. Barrett is once again the starting quarterback for No. 2 Ohio State after returning from a one-game suspension.
Aqib Talib says he understands why the NFL suspended him for poking Colts tight end Dwayne Allen in his right eye.
Only six local teams are still alive as we head to regionals this Friday and The News-Sentinel’s Justin Kenny and WANE-TV’s Glenn Marini preview every area game in this week’s edition of “Inside The Zone.”
He left during the second half of Sunday’s 27-24 victory over Denver with what the team described as a sprained right knee.
The Mad Ants held a media day on Monday as they prepare for their season opener against Toronto on Saturday.