A trip to Bankers Life. It was always their goal, but for a Southwood program, that had only advanced passed sectionals three times, was it anything more than a pipe-dream? On March 17, a legendary senior class stood toe-to-toe with the top-ranked team in the state, determined to make fairy-tale a reality. Sure Blackhawk was bigger, but as a scrappy squad composed of football stars, the Knights weren’t about to be bullied. Instead, they brought the tenacity that led to a, 55-53, v…
After eight seasons under Shabaz Khaliq’s leadership, the North Side boys basketball team has a new man in charge.
With Autumn around the corner, you can be sure the Summit Athletic Conference is ready to stuff each other from sideline to sideline.
Thursday afternoon, the current Dallas Mavericks point guard came up to Northeast Indiana for a kids basketball camp at Bluffton High School, where he shared his story of hard work and perseverance.
After falling short of winning the Allen County Athletic Conference, Woodlan entered the state tournament with a point to prove last year.
Hard to believe a squad with just two seniors could make a run at state, but with some of the best young talent in Indiana the Lady Cougars were not to be underestimated. Coming off a 27-3 season and a trip to semi-state, the girls from Albion had already accomplished more than any other team in program history, but the Cougars were hungry for more. Jump started by a couple junior super stars, Meleah Leatherman and Sydney Freeman stuffed the stat sheets, while senior Calista Rice wa…
Monday afternoon former Canterbury High School Akil Watts made his dreams come true when he signed his first professional contract to play overseas.
He had almost every coach in the big ten begging him to play for their team and in the end Craig Young decided he wanted to take his talents to Columbus.
Since 1941, no high school golfer from Fort Wayne had won the state championship. Mark June 13, 2018, one special day in sports history for the city, as Bishop Dwenger’s Logan Ryan took home the title. Leading the way for the Saints, Ryan followed up a fantastic E (even) finish on day one with a +1 on day two, which would tie for him for first place overall. Going into a playoff, Ryan faced Central Grove’s Noah Gillard.
The Bishop Dwenger Saints marched into Stonehenge Golf Club, making it their business to dominate the day, and with efforts from Logan Ryan (73) and Luke Miller (74), they would qualify for the state finals at Prairie View in Carmel, IN. Their third place finish good for just behind first place Penn and second place Culver. Individually, Homestead’s Garrett Willis (70) tied for the top score of the day, one week after setting the standard with a 66 in sectionals. Willis’ …