Some of the most impressive student-athletes in Indiana gathered at the Mirro Center Tuesday night for the Northeast Indiana Football and Volleyball Awards, an event co-sponsored by the Journal Gazette
Some of the most impressive student-athletes in Indiana gathered at the Mirro Center Tuesday night for the Northeast Indiana Football and Volleyball Awards, an event co-sponsored by the Journal Gazette and Parkview Sports Medicine.
Central Noble basketball star Meleah Leatherman has signed her letter of intent to continue her playing career at the University of Saint Francis.
Leatherman is Central Noble’s all-time leader in rebounds and blocks, and sits at second in all-time scoring midway through her senior season.
Bishop Dwenger Freshman, Maddie Peters, and Snider Sophomore, Cali Prochaska are both headed to the National Paralympic National Championships in Tucson, Arizona this week.
Maggie has been legally blind since her premature birth, and Cali has been missing part of her left leg since birth, but neither of the girls let that stop them from doing what they love.
Noah Drapala put up some impressive numbers for Canterbury on Wednesday night, scoring 32 points in a 77-45 win over visiting Northfield.
Homestead and Dwenger opened their Summit Athletic Conference girls basketball slates with wins on Saturday
Two of the top players in Northeast Indiana faced off on Tuesday, and the results didn’t disappoint.
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WPTA21) – The Carroll hockey team remains unbeaten. The Chargers posted a 4-1 win over second-place Summit City on Wednesday night, with
Angola’s girls basketball team returned to action with an impressive victory Tuesday night, winning at New Haven 67-26.
State championship teams from Canterbury and Carroll were honored at their schools on Monday.
Carroll claimed the state cross country girls team title Saturday
Carmel scored a 2-1 win in overtime Saturday night over Homestead in the Class 3-A girls championship game.
The Canterbury boys soccer team made it back-to-back championships on Friday night, beating Covenant Christian in penalty kicks 1-0 (6-5 pks).
Leo posted a strong defensive performance on Wednesday night, beating Summit City 3-1.
With the season rapidly approaching, many of the boys and girls basketball teams of Northeast Indiana met up Thursday evening for Media Day at Memorial Coliseum.