You choose, we deliver
If you are interested in this story, you might be interested in others from The Journal Gazette. Go to and pick the subjects you care most about. We'll deliver your customized daily news report at 3 a.m. Fort Wayne time, right to your email.

High Schools

  • Homestead star picked for national U17 team
    There’s good news for Homestead’s Caleb Swanigan and possibly more good news.The senior boys basketball standout made the USA Basketball U17 team, it was announced Tuesday.
  • Luers star shines at Ohio State recruiting event
    The diehards came to Ohio Stadium on Friday to see the famed Horseshoe’s $13.7 million renovation and the future college stars they hope will someday play there.They left talking about a wide receiver from Indiana.
  • Teams take advantage of summer rules
      A growing trend among high school football teams in Indiana was endorsed this spring by the IHSAA.
High schools

Class A softball champs pick up narrow victory

The defending Class A state softball champions haven’t lost their touch.

Lakewood Park Christian got a seven-hitter from ace Mikeila Boroff and staved off a late rally to clip Northridge 6-5 Saturday at Northridge. The win moved Lakewood Park to 3-0.

Boroff struck out seven, and Suzanne Grimm and Jamie Budreau each drove in two runs.


HOMESTEAD 15, CARSON CITY 8: The host Spartans struck for six runs in the second and five in the third to put away Carson City.

ADAMS CENTRAL 15, SOUTH ADAMS 3: A nine-run fourth for the Flying Jets ended this one after five innings at Adams Central. Isaac Soldner went 4 for 4 with a home run and drove in five runs.

ADAMS CENTRAL 3, BELLMONT 1: Isaac Luginbill muzzled the Braves with a two-hitter, striking out eight.


CARROLL 7, GREENFIELD CENTRAL 1: At Carroll, Katy Guebard shut down Greenfield with a two-hitter, striking out 11. Emily Cantanzarite and Maddy Peterson each had three hits and two RBI for the Chargers.

NORWELL 8-15, SOUTHERN WELLS 0-5: The visiting Knights got a three-hit shutout from Tiffany Williams in the opener and scored 12 runs in the first three innings in the nightcap to sweep the Raiders.

BLUFFTON 7, CENTRAL NOBLE 0: Kaitlyn Lovell spun a three-hit shutout at Bluffton, striking out 11.