Colt’s quarterback, Jacoby Brissett, throws three touchdowns, as Indianapolis beats Tennessee, 19-17.
The Fighting Irish play at Notre Dame stadium for the first time in over 300 days, and come up with a win.
Prep football highlights around Fort Wayne and beyond for week four of the regular season.
The Cincinnati Reds may have fallen to the Colorado Rockies, 12-2, but Norwell grad Josh VanMeter followed up his near-cycle performance with another home run effort, his third of the season.
The end of July means football on the horizon, as High School Media Day brought the Northeast Indiana squads to the center of Fort Wayne at the Memorial Coliseum Expo.
Last Saturday night, Josh VanMeter hit his first career MLB home run, and just five days later followed that up with a 463-foot solo shot for his second round-tripper, in Wednesday’s, 5-4, Reds loss to the Brewers.
PFW Baseball makes an eye-popping move at manager, snagging former Purdue head coach Doug Schreiber.
Schreiber, 55, coached the Boilermakers for 16 seasons (’99-’16), becoming the winningest manager in program history.
A family at the TinCaps game gets the ultimate surprise.
Saalfrank starts on the mound for the Hillsboro Hops, finishing two scoreless innings.
After just over 50 games with the Cincinnati Reds this year, Josh VanMeter finally hit one over the wall.
“Hopefully there’s a message in there for everybody,” Drue Tranquill said.
It was too hot for Santa on Friday night, but the show goes on. The TinCaps search for a series sweep against the Chiefs.
“I thought it would be like eight of us and it would be funny. We would take a picture and that would be the end of it,” Joe Caldwell said.