High School Sports

Wayne senior WR Craig Young commits to Ohio State

Wayne senior Craig Young took to Twitter on Friday evening to announce his college decision. "I would like to thank all the college coaches that took the time to recruit me," Young tweeted. "It has been a long process. Talking to my family, coaches and friends they are the ones that help me ...

Taylor Mills refuses to allow scoliosis problems to impact her life

On June 3, Taylor Mills posted on her Facebook page: "June is Scoliosis Awareness Month! When I was born my curvature was over 90 degrees and when I was 4 or 5 I was given the opportunity to have the VEPTR surgery. VEPTR is the name of the titanium rods that are in my back. My family and I ...

Woodlan hires John Baker as new boys basketball head coach

It did not take Woodlan High School long to replace boys basketball coach David Randall, who resigned last month, as he told News-Sentinel.com on Monday. Woodlan Athletic Director Dave Boyce has now confirmed that the school has hired John Baker to take over the program. "This isn't he kind ...

Bishop Dwenger’s Logan Ryan wins IHSAA boys state golf individual title

Senior Logan Ryan of Bishop Dwenger won a one-hole playoff to take the IHSAA Boys Golf State Finals individual championship at Prairie View Golf Club in Carmel on Wednesday. Ryan putted in for par on the first playoff hole to edge defending state champion Noah Gillard of Center Grove. He is ...

Local players named to all-state girls tennis team

Carroll singles player Sydney Jackson and the Chargers' doubles team of juniors Mia Toscos and Lauren VanWyngarden were named first-team all-state by the Indiana High School Tennis Coaches Association on Monday. Bishop Luers junior Caroline Rahrig and Carroll sophomore Katelyn VanWyngarden ...

David Randall has resigned as Woodlan boys basketball coach

David Randall has resigned as the head boys basketball coach at Woodlan, News-Sentinel.com confirmed Monday. After seven years at the helm of the Warriors, Randall gave his resignation in May, he says. "I just wanted to spend a season away from coaching basketball and spend that time with my ...

Who is Fort Wayne’s Favorite football player?

Who is Fort Wayne's favorite football player? You get to decide by voting for one of these 10 candidates. We'll announce the results next Monday. Who is Fort Wayne's favorite football player? RELATED: BLAKE SEBRING: Who are Fort Wayne's Favorite Athletes? Johnny Bright Johnny Bright ...

Huntington North OL Damon Kaylor commits to Michigan State

One of the state's best offensive linemen in the Class of 2019 has made his college decision. Huntington North senior offensive tackle Damon Kaylor took to Twitter on Wednesday night to announce that he has committed to Coach Mark Dantonio and the Michigan State Spartans. The first thing I ...

Keion Brooks Jr. doesn’t make the cut for USA Basketball’s U18 team

North Side senior Keion Brooks Jr. was not one of the 12 players selected Tuesday to compete for USA Basketball's men's under-18 team next week in Canada. Brooks Jr. was one of 33 players with the chance to make the roster for the FIBA Americas U18 Championship that will be held from June ...

Angola safety Ryan Brandt picks up scholarship offer from Purdue

Ryan Brandt's collegiate recruitment is off to a good start. After visiting West Lafayette last month, the Angola junior received his first scholarship offer from the Boilermakers earlier this week. "I'm so thankful and humbled to receive an offer from the Purdue Boilermakers," Brandt ...

Women’s sports trailblazer Mary “Wimp” Baumgartner has passed

One of Fort Wayne's female sports pioneers passed away Saturday in Kendallville, Mary "Wimp" Baumgartner, 87, was born Sept. 13, 1930, in Fort Wayne and graduated from Central High School. Instead of her given name, everyone called her Wimp or they were in trouble. After growing up as a fan of ...