The Wayne Trace Cheerleaders spent their spring break in Florida, competing in the AmeriCheer InterNationals competition. After two days of competition the Raiders claimed the national title in the Small Group Varsity Non-Mount Traditional Division on Sunday March 22nd.
On Saturday, March 14th, the Summit City Panthers met with in-city rivals the Fort Wayne Bruins at the Indianapolis Coliseum in the 1A State Championship. There, they blanked the Bruins, scored two goals, and won their program’s tenth state championship.
Five weeks ago, the Bishop Dwenger Saints were 5-13, and in the midst of a five game losing streak. Rather than backing down the Saints marched on, winning their second consecutive regional championship Saturday night.
The Angola Bowling team is our Orthopedic Hospital of Lutheran Health Network Team of the Week.
No matter what obstacles are thrown in the Cavaliers’ way – from coaching changes to a bump up in facing larger schools – Canterbury always manages to find a way to stay on top, and that’s why WANE-TV is proud to honor the Cavaliers as the FWO Team of the Week.
Wabash High School had won only five regional championship ever before this year. The Apaches had won two baseball regionals to go along with three boys basketball regional titles. Now the school has its first regional in girls sports, after the girls basketball team won the 2A Lapel Regional over the weekend, and for that WANE-TV is proud to honor the Chargers as the FWO Team of the Week.
Blackhawk Christian has won its fair share of boys basketball, baseball, and soccer post-season championships, but those trophies may have to make space. The Blackhawk girls basketball team won its first 1A sectional championship in program history this past weekend and for that WANE-TV is proud to honor the Chargers as the FWO Team of the Week.
The girls high school swimming and diving season has reach postseason competition. This past weekend, Carroll picked up its first sectional crown since 2007 and for that WANE-TV is proud to honor the Chargers as the FWO Team of the Week.
After clinching the program’s third consecutive SAC title WANE-TV is proud to honor the North Side Redskins boys basketball team as the FWO Team of the Week.
With just two games to go, Snider is the front runner for the SAC regular season girls basketball championship. The Panthers are closing in on their first conference title since 2004, and for that the team is this week’s FWO Team of the Week.
Turtle Town has become known for a pretty dominant football program, but this winter the Churubusco boys basketball team is the talk of the town. The Eagles are coming off the school’s first ever NECC Tournament Championhip, and for that the team is this week’s FWO Team of the Week.
For the second time in three years, the Adams Central wrestling team has claimed the 1A state team championship. The Jets, or BAGUBAS, won the championship with team wins over Eastside, Churubusco, Bremen, and Prairie Heights. For their run to the state championship, the Jets are this week’s FWO Team of the Week.
The last unbeaten boys basketball program this season hails from Leo. The Lions are a perfect 9-0 this year and for that, the Chargers are this week’s FWO Team of the Week.
Led by a former Fort Wayne Komet, the Carroll Chargers have opened the 2014-15 season with a 12-game win streak. For that, the Chargers are this week’s FWO Team of the Week.
With all five starters returning from last season and a perfect 3-0 start to this year, Blackhawk Christian’s boys basketball team is this week’s FWO Team of the Week.
The Knights have started the winter with a 2-0 record, and for that East Noble boys basketball squad is the FWO Team of the Week.
The Carroll girls basketball squad is off a 3-0 start, earning the Chargers the nod as the first FWO Team of the Week during the winter sports season.
South Adams football was 3-6 when the regular season ended and a month later, the Starfires are one game away from Lucas Oil Stadium. That makes is a perfect time to honor them as the latest FWO Team of the Week.
Canterbury has long been known for its prestigious soccer program, but for the first time its the Cavalier girls who have brought the hardware home.
Concordia is going back to the state finals with a shot at a 3A championship on the line.