Just a freshman, Jake DeFries took Indiana Tech baseball to the second round of the NAIA World Series with an RBI single, driving home Brandon Burch for the game-winning, 3-2, run in the 10th inning of Friday’s game.
Drama unfolding at Carroll High on Thursday night, as Leo pitcher Ashley Miller helped her own cause, breaking open a, 3-3, tie off a bunt RBI single.
If you haven’t seen it yet… Trine University’s softball team pulled a stellar hidden ball trick to get the final out of a game this weekend. That win secured a Super Regional tournament win a spot in the D-III championship tournament.
The Hoosiers (19-16) were making the best of their situation as a one seed in the NIT, but in came a perennial tourney team in six seed Wichita State, the Shockers eager to complete another upset, 73-63, at Assembly Hall.
The honors keep rolling in for the state champion Blackhawk Braves. Senior star Frankie Davidson was named an Indiana Basketball Coaches Association Player of the
The Blackhawk Christian boys basketball team secured a win at the 1A state finals Saturday morning.
Blackhawk holds pep rally to build up even more excitement, before the Braves tip with Barr-Reeve in the 1A State Championship game on Saturday.
As just a freshman, Homestead star Amelia White has already accomplished so much on a soccer field.
Two local athletes sign to play their respective sports at the next level. Aubrey Dunnuck will play for basketball for USF, while Kade Kolpien plays baseball at Taylor University.
UW-Oshkosh wins the DIII National Championship over Swarthmore, 96-82.
When both teams were announced at North Side Middle School in Elkhart, IN, looking at one side’s players, then another’s, it was clear to see Blackhawk (27-2) had a significant size advantage against Lafayette Central Catholic, and with that, the Braves imposed their will from tip to win, convincingly, 74-51, breaking open the doors to Banker’s Life.
It’s been a long time coming.
Keion Brooks, Jr. announced in front of friends, family and the Fort Wayne community that he’d be joining Kentucky Basketball.
Keion Brooks Jr. honors his late grandmother during his announcement to play at Kentucky.