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11th annual Northeast Indiana Football Skills Camp another success

High school football coaches from around Fort Wayne gathered together, once again, Sunday afternoon as the 11th annual Northeast Indiana Football Skills Camp at Homestead High School draws near a close. “It’s gotten better and better, and it’s because of the coaches here,” Homestead head coach Chad Zolman said before Sunday’s …

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Nationally touted 8th grader Ayanna Patterson continues ascension

Most 8th graders don’t have their choice of colleges knocking down their doors, but Fort Wayne’s Ayanna Patterson anything but ordinary. Patterson, in fact, is still keeping the Summit Athletic Conference at bay, making sure she selects the right high school for her. Whichever schools win the Patterson lotto, they will …

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Indiana Mr. Basketball winner decides to play for Indiana University

NEW ALBANY, Ind. (AP) — Romeo Langford finally ended the speculation about his college plans Monday. He’s staying home, at Indiana. One day after the prized recruit was named the IndyStar’s Mr. Basketball Award winner, he stood in front of a large crowd inside New Albany’s high school gym and …

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Belen belts grand slam to help TinCaps pick up first win

Still winless prior to Wednesday afternoon’s game, the TinCaps desire to end their six game losing skid to start the season helped spark an offensive explosion in their match-up with Lansing. Fueled by a Carlos Belen grand slam, Fort Wayne (1-6) used 8 runs in the bottom of the 7th inning to …

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April 4 in History: Maya Angelou, Microsoft and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Fort Wayne’s NBC — Here’s a look at what happened through out history on April 10: 1928 – One of America’s beloved poets, singer and civil rights activists Maya Angelou was born.  1975 – Childhood friends Bill Gates and Paul Allen founded Microsoft. 1968 – American civil rights leader Martin …

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Columbia City grad Murphy impresses NFL scouts at Miami University Pro Day

He may not hear his name called during the draft, but former Columbia City stand-out Jared Murphy still caught the attention of some NFL scouts Tuesday morning. The former Eagles wide receiver showed off his skills at the Miami University Pro Day with his quickness and reliable hands. There are …

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Southwood falls to Morristown in 1A boys basketball title game

Southwood’s storybook season came to a close with the Knights holding up the IHSAA 1A State Runners-Up trophy. The #3 Knights fell in the title game to 4th ranked Morristown 89-60 after a record breaking performance from the Yellow Jackets. Morristown’s 89 points scored and 37 field goals made are both …

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Southwood holds off Blackhawk to win school’s first semi-state title

For the first time in their school’s history, the Southwood boys basketball team will take the trip down to state. The Knights (26-3) won the Huntington North 1A Semi-State Championship over Blackhawk 55-53 to punch their ticket to next Saturday’s IHSAA 1A State Title game. “I feel amazing right now, so …

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A season of firsts: Freshman Caleb Furst leads Blackhawk

Blackhawk (26-2) basketball is set to reach new heights thanks in part to one tall guy.  Freshman Caleb Furst, fresh off winning the Indiana Basketball Coaches Association Player of the Week award, hopes to put together one more star performance to help lead his Braves to Bankers Life. Rewind back …

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