The Blackhawk Christian boys basketball team leaped over another hurdle in the schedule on Thursday night, winning on the road at Marion 69-60.
Heritage celebrated senior Justin Wood on Thursday afternoon, as the football player signed to continue his playing career at Taylor University.
Zak Krueger led Homestead with 20 points on Wednesday night, helping the Spartans pick up a 49-44 win over visiting East Noble.
Another football player from Fort Wayne signed with a Division-I program on Wednesday.
A trip of Bishop Dwenger seniors signed in the school’s library on Wednesday afternoon.
Six Blackhawk players reached double-figure scoring, including the entire starting lineup, as the Braves cruised to a 112-47 win over Lakewood Park.
Central Noble returns to semi-state, others fall
Two distance-runners made their college picks official at Carroll on Thursday afternoon.
Homestead wide receiver Trevin Taylor made his big college choice official on Wednesday, signing with Harvard.
Brent Cox went for 16 points and 14 rebounds, and East Noble won on the road, beating Bishop Dwenger 49-44.