East Noble held off Prairie Heights, 10-7 in varsity softball action Wednesday night in Kendallville.
Northridge edged Lakeland, 11-10 in eight innings in varsity baseball action Wednesday night.
A sweep of the three singles matches were enough to propel Wawasee past Lakeland, 3-2 in varsity girls tennis action Wednesday in LaGrange.
Trey Kennedy’s superior effort in the pole vault highlighted an 83-48 Westview boys track triumph over visiting Central Noble Wednesday night.
Prairie Heights opened its 2014 varsity baseball campaign Saturday by sweeping a doubleheader from host Lakewood Park.
Westview split a varsity baseball twin-bill with host Mishawaka this past Saturday.
The Westview varsity softball team ran its season record to 3-1 with a doubleheader sweep of host John Glenn this past Saturday.
Ashlynn Grubb’s collegiate softball career is off to a fine start.
In a regional full of Warriors, one tribe stood alone when they passed out the hardware in North Judson.
The Westview boys basketball team prides itself on having multiple players with the ability to make plays on any given night.
Lakeland hosted a “four-way” gymnastics meet this past Monday involving NECC teams Angola, Hamilton and Prairie Heights.
NorthWood rolled past Lakeland, 71-45 in a 3A boys basketball sectional game played Wednesday night in Syracuse.
Regular-season champion Westview placed three players on the 2014 All-NECC girls basketball first unit in a vote taken by the league’s coaches last week.
Angola forged a 45-35 victory over host Lakeland last Friday night in varsity boys basketball.
Prairie Heights claimed a share of the 2013-14 NECC boys basketball championship last Friday with a 42-26 victory at Hamilton.
The Lakeland varsity gymnastics team defeated a pair of Fort Wayne squads last Thursday night in LaGrange.
A fast start and a strong finish allowed Prairie Heights to put away county rival Lakeland, 59-47 in NECC boys basketball action Saturday night in Brushy Prairie.
Westview moved one step closer to gaining no worse than a share of the NECC boys basketball regular-season championship Saturday afternoon in Benton when it shaded Fairfield, 43-37.
For the past decade, Fort Wayne Canterbury thoroughly dominated 1A girls basketball, winning five of the last six state championships in that class.