The Score

  • High School Football Preview: Carroll

    (Fort Wayne)- Doug Dinnan begins year two of his rebuilding project at Carroll. Can the Chargers make some noise in the NHC, click on the video link to find out.

  • High School Football Preview: Homestead

    (Fort Wayne)- Homestead was one of the top teams in the area a year ago but can they make another step this season. Click on video link to watch a preview of the Spartans.

  • High School Football Preview: Columbia City

    COLUMBIA CITY, Ind. (Indiana's NewsCenter) - Columbia City Eagles had a coming out party last year, taking the Northeast Hoosier Conference by storm with a share of the league title.

  • High School Preview: Woodlan

    (Woodburn)- Sherwood Haydock has come from Harding to help the Woodlan program get back on track. Click on the video link to hear more about the Warriors.

  • High School Preview: Bluffton

    (Bluffton)- Bluffton will look to take another step with 2nd year head coach Casey Kolkman. Click on the video link to hear more about the Tigers.

  • Terre Haute Awarded Girls State Finals

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Indiana’s NewsCenter) - Fort Wayne will not be the home of the 2012 IHSAA girls state basketball finals.

  • Carroll Wins Back to Back State Baseball Titles

    (Indianapolis)- For the second consecutive season, Carroll won a nailbiter in the Class 4A baseball state championship game against Indianapolis Cathedral. The Chargers knocked off the Irish, 5-3, Saturday night at Victory Field to win the school’s second baseball state title.

  • Woodlan and Lakewood Both Turned Away

    (Indianapolis)- Woodlan made it one step further then a year ago but just couldn't quite seal the deal in the 2A Softball State Finals.

  • Carroll Moves on to State; New Haven Comes Up Short

    (South Bend)- Carroll is now 1 win away from back to back state titles in 4A baseball. The Chargers took out Crown Point 9-2 in the 4A South Bend Semistate.

  • Woodlan Hoping to Make School History

    (Woodburn)- No Woodlan team in any sport has ever won a state title and now the Warriors Softball team is one win away from change that fact.