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Balanced Attack Leads IPFW Over Manchester

Redshirt-senior Max Landis led four players in double-figure scoring with 14 points to lead IPFW past visiting NCAA Division III Manchester University, 85-53, in men’s college basketball Monday night at the Gates Sports Center in Fort Wayne.

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Fisher Nets 27 To Lead IPFW Women To Win

In her second collegiate game, freshman Josie Fisher scored a game-high 27 points to lead the IPFW women’s basketball team to a 91-39 victory over Grace.

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11/16 Inside The Zone – Semi-State Preview

Four teams are one win away from heading to Lucas Oil Stadium as Snider, Bishop Dwenger, Woodlan, and Northfield are all preparing for semi-state games this Friday.

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Komets Fall To Mallards

Raphael Bussieres broke a 1-1 tie with just under six minutes left in the third period and host the Quad City Mallards (6-5-3) went on to defeat the Fort Wayne Komets (6-5-0) 2-1 Sunday.

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Purdue Cruises Past UVM 107-79

Caleb Swanigan added 14 points and 13 rebounds, Vince Edwards scored 14 points, Rapheal Davis had 12 and Kendall Stephens scored 11 for Purdue (2-0).

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Bears Best Rams 37-13

Langford, a fourth-round pick, made his second straight start and had 73 yards on 20 carries and 109 yards on seven receptions.

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Larry Bird Looks On As Mad Ants Complete Opening Weekend Sweep

The Mad Ants, sponsored by Lutheran Health Network, improved their 2015-16 regular season record to a perfect 2-0 after completing a weekend sweep of the Raptors 905 with a dominant 112-92 Sunday victory at Allen Co. War Memorial Coliseum.

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Saint Francis Ends Regular Season With Win

Using perfect weather, fifth-ranked University of Saint Francis scored record 36 points in the second quarter leaving little doubt about the Cougars’ regular-season quest for perfection.