FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) - The boys and girls cross country teams for Carroll each took first place Saturday in the IHSAA semi-state race. This year's run took place at the IPFW Hefner Soccer Complex.
The Carroll boys scored 71 points, while Northridge was second at 116 points.
The top overall finisher was Concordia Zachery Panning. The senior crossed the finish line at 15:19.36.
The top six teams qualified for state. Here are the top six teams:
- Carroll - 71 points
- Northridge - 116 points
- Bishop Dwenger - 142 points
- South Bend Riley - 149 points
- Homestead - 160 points
- South Adams - 169 points
The top girl's finisher on the day was Penn's Maddie Woods. The junior clocked in a time of 18:10.36. The best finisher from northeast Indiana was Fremont's Abigail Hostetler, whose time of 18:20.25 was good enough for third.
The six qualifying teams were:
- Carroll - 69 points
- Penn - 73 points
- Pendleton Heights - 141 points
- Northridge - 164 points
- Homestead - 168 points
- Huntington North - 213 points
The IHSAA cross country finals takes place Saturday, November 2, at the Wabash Valley Sports Center in Terre Haute.
There will be several holiday-themed events this weekend in the Fort Wayne area, including Christmas displays, children’s parties, visits from Santa Claus, and more.
A man is in critical condition after a stabbing early Sunday morning in Bluebird Court, off of St. Joe Road.
The 122nd Fighter Wing hosted the annual Airman of the Year Awards on Saturday afternoon to celebrate the achievements of members of the 122nd.
Saturday marked the 72nd anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attack. Fort Wayne area veterans and their families met for a service at the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum to remember those who lost their lives back on December 7, 1941.
A doctor who performs abortions in Fort Wayne, Gary and South Bend has been asked to appear before the Indiana Medical Licensing Board.
Each year, students at Taylor University attend a men's basketball game and are completely silent until the Trojans score their 10th point of the game. The game is known as "Silent Night."
Governor Mike Pence is directing flags at Indiana state facilities be flown at half-staff on Saturday, Dec. 7 in honor of Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day.
A national campaign wants the NFL's Washington Redskins to change its name to not be offensive to Native Americans, and it could effect teams across the country.
The Lilly Endowment Inc. has given more than $62 million to 39 Indiana colleges and universities to increase employment opportunities for college graduates. receive
A two-car crash tied up traffic for a short time on Illinois Road at the entrance to Jefferson Pointe.
It's been a year since FBI agents and police raided several homes in Fort Wayne. The center of the investigation was Michael Fabini's home.
Contrary to popular belief, poinsettias are not toxic to humans or pets. Some mild side effects are possible if they are eaten.
A Fort Wayne man had the opportunity to have lunch with Nelson Mandela 20 years ago. He says the experience is something he has carried with him throughout the years.
The suspects face bank robbing charges, as well as charges of assaulting and putting in jeopardy the lives of others.
The yellow brick building that served for decades as the club house for the Elks Lodge 155 golf course in Fort Wayne is being demolished.