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Steve Gansey signs extension to continue as coach for Fort Wayne Mad Ants

From a Mad Ants press release The Fort Wayne Mad Ants announced today Head Coach Steve Gansey has agreed to a new contract ahead of the 2018-19 season. “I can’t thank Kevin Pritchard, Chad Buchanan, Peter Dinwiddie and Brian Levy enough for allowing me to continue fostering success and ...

Notre Dame adds Virginia prep star Brendon Clark to crowded quarterback room

Virginia high school football standout Brendon Clark obviously embraces competition. The Manchester High School (Midlothian, Virginia) senior-to-be quarterback attended the Elite 11 quarterback competition this spring and earned the MVP of the event, which resulted in him getting to compete ...

Ask the beat writer: Fort Wayne Komets for July 4

As the start of a regular new News-Sentinel.com feature, we'll attempt to answer questions from the fans every two weeks or so. Fans can submit questions by replying to this story, through email at bsebring@news-sentinel.com, on Twitter @blakesebring or on Facebook. Question: How many pounds ...

Indiana basketball reportedly toughens schedule even more with SEC road game

There have been recent seasons that the Indiana University men’s basketball program scheduled its non-conference games so carefully that the Hoosiers never even played a true road game until entering Big Ten Conference play. However, second-year coach Archie Miller certainly is not taking ...

Who are Fort Wayne’s Favorite baseball players?

Who is Fort Wayne’s favorite baseball player? You get to decide by voting for one of these 10 candidates. We’ll announce the results next Monday. Rob Bowen, DH Bowen, a Homestead graduate and a second-round pick in the 1999 draft, played five years in the big leagues with Minnesota, San ...

Moose Myers wins Fort Wayne Favorite auto racer poll

In the tightest voting in any category yet, Conan "Moose" Myers won the Fort Wayne's Favorite auto racing poll with 27.1 percent of the vote to edge Gene Hartley with 23.1 percent. Larry Zent finished third with 10.9 percent to edge Scott Stovall with 10.6 percent. A 10-time Indianapolis 500 ...