The comparisons to Lamar Jackson were inevitable.
While area high schools are out until May 1 at the earliest and most college campuses are shut down for the year, three Pendleton Heights senior athletes kept looking ahead and made decisions regarding their future athletic endeavors.
Frank Reich is well known for incorporating tight ends into his offense, and the Indianapolis Colts often have used two on the field at the same time during his two-year tenure.
The Lapel and Frankton High School football teams are joining forces with the White River Watchers on a clean-up initiative to help remove trash from the White River. Although this is a community-oriented initiative, it does not come without its fair share of red tape.
The good news for Anderson softball is several alumni, including Sierra Cunningham, Kalin Hubble, Emma Kelley and Shelby Wright, are now on college softball rosters following outstanding careers with the Indians.
While their quest for a Class 2A state championship was squashed by the cancellation of the IHSAA boys basketball tournament, three Shenandoah juniors were honored for their efforts this season.
Count former Indiana standout swimmer and two-time gold medalist Lilly King as someone who thinks the one-year postponement of the 2020 Olympics was the right move.
Shenandoah’s Rylee Johnson is one of 13 senior student athletes who will be honored with the 2020 C. Eugene Cato Memorial Scholarships, the Indiana High School Athletic Association announced Monday.
Since most of the current sports options have been canceled or indefinitely delayed, I have occasionally leaned on watching replays of old, classic sporting events to keep sports in my life.
Thursday would have marked the start of play for the Sweet 16 if the NCAA men’s basketball tournament had proceeded as planned, a fact that has not escaped former Pendleton Heights star Sean McDermott.
The COVID-19 pandemic has shut down college basketball, so CNHI Sports Indiana's Kevin Brockway and CNHI Sports Pennsylvania's Elton Hayes talk about what might have been in the lost season.
Aaron Wellman said it was a gut decision. Wellman had built a strong reputation in his four years as head strength and conditioning coach in the NFL with the New York Giants.
One good thing about the coronavirus “stay at home order” is if you enjoy the outdoors, you are somewhat exempt. If you go fishing or hiking, go alone or only with someone who lives with you would be my advice.
Tom Brady is officially a member of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. That sentence being factual is going to take some getting used to, but the reality of Brady on the Buccaneers hit home Tuesday as …
WASHINGTON (AP) — Georgetown sophomore guard Mac McClung announced Sunday that he is declaring for the NBA draft but will maintain his eligibility so he can return to college.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — The Chiefs and wide receiver Demarcus Robinson have agreed to terms on a one-year deal that helps the reigning Super Bowl champions keep their top four receivers under …
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Bob Weir of the Grateful Dead sang the national anthem from a remote location. Troy Aikman, borrowing Matthew McConaughey's trademark phrase “Alright, alright, alright,”…
Steve Pikiell and Rutgers took other step toward becoming a major basketball threat in the Big Ten Conference, getting a commitment from highly regarded center Cliff Omoruyi.
Visa has told its global roster of Olympic and Paralympic hopefuls their sponsorships will be extended into 2021 after the Tokyo Games were postponed, providing some financial certainty amid t…
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