North Side topped 6A no. 8 Carroll on a late touchdown while Bishop Dwenger dominated Homestead in week three of Summit Athletic Conference play.
Western Michigan quarterback Zach Terrell, a Homestead High School grad, was 33-of-50 for 365 yards and two touchdowns but his team fell to no. 5 Michigan State 37-24 to open the 2015 season.
Thanks to Churubusco and Farifield, there are no more undefeated teams in the NECC.
The newly formed Northeast 8 opened conference play with some electric offensive performances while SAC newcomers Carroll and Homestead fell for the first time this season in week three of the Highlight Zone.
BLuffton, Southern Wells, and Woodlan all start conference play with wins. Adams Central’s victory puts the Jets at 3-0 with the Raiders and Warriors.
Friday kicked off the first ever night of the Northeast 8. Leo and Huntington North join six former NHC schools in Northeast Indiana’s new conference.
The Clash of the Caps set to begin in Grand Rapids and return to the Summit City on Thursday.
A list of high school football scores from Friday night.
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Trine topped Manchester 38-14 at Shive Field to earn new head coach Troy Abbs a win in his head coaching debut with the Thunder.
Indianapolis finished 1-3 for its 12th consecutive non-winning preseason — a span in which they’ve already reached the playoffs 10 times.
Darian Green tied a school-record with four touchdowns to help Ball State beat VMI 48-36 in the opener for both teams Thursday night.
The TinCaps dropped their second straight game to West Michigan, 7-1, on Thursday night.
Saint Francis will open the 18th season in program history on Saturday night at Bishop D’Arcy Stadium when the Cougars host Olivet Nazarene at 7 p.m.
The Northeast 8 conference will makes its football debut on Friday night with DeKalb at New Haven tabbed as the Highlight Zone “Game of the Week.”
In 2001 New Haven senior Cory Jacquay had perhaps the greatest statistical season in the history of Indiana high school football.
Social media exploded Thursday morning when a federal judge issued his ruling, overturning the NFL’s decision to suspend Patriots quarterback Tom Brady four games for his alleged role in the “Deflategate” controversy
The surprise ruling by U.S. District Judge Richard Berman came Thursday after more than one month of failed settlement talks between the NFL and its players’ union.
4A no. 9 Concordia topped a strong Leo team 3-1 (17-25, 25-13, 25-8, 25-22) Wednesday night to headline area prep volleyball action.
The first-place TinCaps fell to the second-place West Michigan Whitecaps, 1-0, on Wednesday night at Fifth Third Ballpark.