FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) - Daniel Woll tallied 31 points while teammate Derek Hinen chipped in 27 as Columbia City beat Huntington North 71-64 in a rivalry game at Donald S. Weeks Gymnasium on Tuesday night.
Huntington North was led by Kalvin Miller with 23 points while Noah Reed added 13.
At Canterbury Cavaliers senior Trent Van Horn led all scorers with 26 points but it wasn't enough as Snider earned a hard-fought win, 65-60. Stephen Halstead paced Snider with 20 points while Leander Williams added 16.
Jescus Mitchell tallied 21 points while his brother Justin added 18 as Wayne bested Blackhawk Christian 57-44.
Zac Crosby of Lakewood Park hit the 1,000 point milestone by pouring in 27 points as the Panthers beat Woodlan 67-57.
In girls hoops 4A no. 17 Homestead had no problem with Wayne, beating the Generals 84-26. Sydney Buck and Josie Fisher each had 19 to lead the Spartans. Grace German added 15. Joey Stanford led Wayne with seven points.
BOYS HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL
BOYS: HUNTINGTON NORTH 64 COLUMBIA CITY 71
BOYS: BLACKHAWK CHRISTIAN 44 WAYNE 57
BOYS: DEKALB 46 ANGOLA 37
BOYS: SNIDER 65 CANTERBURY 60
BOYS: LAKEWOOD PARK 67 WOODLAN 57
BOYS: MISSISSINEWA 81 WABASH 71
BOYS: NORWELL 56 HERITAGE 49
BOYS: NORTHWOOD 70 LAKELAND 47
BOYS: HOWE 35 JIMTOWN 73
GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL
GIRLS: WAYNE 26 HOMESTEAD 84
GIRLS: EAST NOBLE 72 PRAIRIE HEIGHTS 46
GIRLS: EASTBROOK 41 ADAMS CENTRAL 34
GIRLS: ELKHART CENTRAL 41 FAIRFIELD 68
GIRLS: SOUTHERN WELLS 81 WES-DEL 10
GIRLS: WHITKO 28 WAWASEE 45
GIRLS: VAN WERT 44 PAULDING 26
An Indiana teenager honored for helping save two children from icy waters in 2010 has died in a weekend shooting.
Police are looking for a white man who is 6'0" to 6'2" with a thin build they say robbed a CVS in November. He may have been driving a gray or dark green Ford SUV.
Police from several agencies have responded to multiple crashes overnight due to slick roads from a wintry mix that moved through the area late Sunday and early Monday morning.
A rural Angola man faces six felony charges for allegedly sexually assaulting a 26-year-old woman.
A local family wants help in making sure their loved one's murderer stays in prison.
Police said a man barricaded himself inside of a home on Genessee Avenue early Sunday morning for more than two hours after threatening to commit suicide.
Detectives believe a three-year-old boy may have shot himself at a home in Indianapolis Saturday night. Police said the shooting appears to have been accidental.
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.
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