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.
Fort Wayne’s favorite NFL rookie, Drue Tranquill, will be back home Saturday night, serving as keynote speaker for the Charger 300 Football Fundraiser, at Autumn Ridge Country Club.
Local mini-golfer talks about his strategy, before leaving for the World Adventure Golf Masters in Sweden.
High school baseball and softball teams play to punch their tickets to the next round. Here’s the latest.
Ryan Weathers gives up 5 runs in two and a third innings, as the TinCaps lose to the Loons, 11-0.
Fort Wayne track & field student-athletes put on a show Friday night at the state final meet, highlighted by Snider’s Jesse Hamlin who sped to a clear 3200 first place finish and South Side’s 4X400 relay team taking the top spot.
It didn’t take too long for the Komets to find their new head coach in Ben Boudreau.
Angola guard Blake Pocock making the move to Kentucky this fall to continue his basketball career at Asbury University.
Down, 6-2, in the bottom of the seventh, the Saints marched right on back with a string of hits, culminating in a weakly hit ball to first, that sophomore Cecilia Garrett would leg out, allowing Leah Zimmerman to run home in walk-off fashion, 7-6.
High school baseball teams in the Fort punch their tickets to regional baseball next weekend.
Legendary NFL quarterback Bart Starr died Sunday in Birmingham, Alabama at the age of 85.
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.