FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) - The Snider at Bishop Luers contest is the week one Highlight Zone "Game of the Week!"
Check out the live report above from WANE's Joe Whelan at Luersfield with new Luers coach Kyle Lindsay to preview the game during tonight's 6 p.m. news.
WANE plans to feature 14 local games on tonight's Highlight Zone show at 11:10:
Snider at Bishop Luers
Bishop Dwenger at South Side
North Side at Concordia
East Noble at Northrop
Anderson at Wayne
Homestead at Huntington North
Goshen at Carroll
Leo at Norwell
Heritage at New Haven
Bellmont at Woodlan
Mishawaka Marian at DeKalb
Columbia City at Warsaw
Garrett at Eastside
Churubusco at Fremont
Tune into the area's longest-running and most-watched sports show tonight!
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