Tippecanoe Valley has earned a trip to Indianapolis by beating a Three Rivers Conference rival in Saturday’s semi-state game. The Vikings advanced with a 60-45 win over Rochester.
For the second straight year, the Canterbury girls basketball team is heading to the IHSAA 2A state championship game. The Cavaliers defeated the Wabash Apaches 57-39 at the Warsaw Semi-State on Saturday.
Playing against its second Big 12 opponent in as many days, the IPFW softball team dropped a pair of games to No. 6/4 Oklahoma 5-0 and 9-0.
Homestead’s 2014-2015 girls basketball team continued to rewrite the school’s history book Saturday. The Spartans will play for their first IHSAA 4A state championship after topping Merrillville, 66-52.
IPFW enters The Summit League Tournament with a 9-20 overall record and finishing the league season at 3-13.
Despite double-digit kills from Andrew Sellan and Ramon Burgos, the Blue and White were unable to complete a come from behind win on the road.
A basketball championship held at an Indiana middle school was cut short on Thursday after players’ parents started brawling.
After three seasons in the NFL, Norwell graduate Chandler Harnish is spending his first offseason as a free agent. The quarterback, who was the last pick in the 2012 NFL draft, is looking for his third pro team this coming free agency period.
The Canton Charge (21-16), presented by SecureData 365 and powered by the Cleveland Cavaliers, topped the Fort Wayne Mad Ants (22-15), 88-79, in front of 3,889 on Friday night at the Canton Memorial Civic Center. Canton’s win evened the season series at one win apiece for the former divisional foes.
A list of boys high school basketball scores from across Indiana on Friday night.
Despite a Herculean comeback from a 62-48 deficit, Jessica Almeida did it again to eliminate defending NAIA Division II Champion University of Saint Francis from the 22nd Crossroads League Tournament in overtime, 84-83, on Friday night.
No. 4-seed Huntington (Ind.) came into Luckey Arena Friday night and upset No. 1-seed Indiana Wesleyan University women’s basketball in a 77-56 final in the Crossroads League Tournament Semifinals.