INDIANAPOLIS – Bishop Dwenger seems to be all about the streaks, and unfortunately one continued Saturday in the Class 4A state football championship at Lucas Oil Stadium.
INDIANAPOLIS – Bishop Luers found a challenge from a team in the West Central Conference for the second straight season, but the Knights also got another state championship.
INDIANAPOLIS – Bishop Luers’ defense dominated in a 26-14 win over North Putnam in the Class 2A state football final Friday at Lucas Oil Stadium.
It’s halftime at Lucas Oil Stadium in the Class 2A state championship game, and Bishop Luers leads 7-0.
Before the Class 2A state championship Friday, Bishop Luers coach Matt Lindsay was acting like he had been here before.
Bishop Luers’ first stringers did not allow a point in the postseason until Saturday. But the defense still gave a dominating performance in Saturday’s 41-21 victory against Rensselaer Central.
The return of junior Evan Feichter had a big effect on the Bishop Dwenger defense in a 48-12 win Saturday over Hammond Morton in a Class 4A semistate.
HAMMOND – More than two hours before the Class 4A semistate game between Bishop Dwenger and Hammond Morton, the faithful began filling into the field-turf stadium.
Kyle Mathewson ended his last football season for Churubusco the only way it could have ended, by moving the chains and helping the Eagles get to the shadow of the Lafayette Central Catholic goal even as the final seconds ran out in his final game.
Another area football player will be mentioned in Sports Illustrated. Quarterback Cameron Gerber will be in the magazine's Faces in the Crowd in the Nov. 22 edition.
Blackhawk Christian senior Allison Kauffman currently has 996 points in her high school basketball career.
Homestead standout senior swimmer Tori Bagan's busy schedule will cause her to miss three days of school and even the first opportunity to sign her college scholarship.
Interesting article in the Indianapolis Star about the success of Fort Wayne girls basketball programs on the state level.
Roger Newton has stepped down as athletic director at Heritage to take a job closer to his hometown in Kentucky.
Wayne High School and its football program have been hit with some strict sanctions from the IHSAA after the excessive outburst of emotion by some players and coaches in the fourth quarter of the sectional game Oct. 22 against Delta.
Cathie Rowand / The Journal Gazette