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FORT WAYNE, IN. (WANE) - In a battle of NHC and SAC teams, it was New Haven that outlasted Bishop Dwenger on Wednesday night, besting the Saints 69-58. Notre Dame commit V.J. Beachem led the way for the Bulldogs with a game-high 24 points. New Haven jumped out to a 29-9 lead after the first quarter and never looked back on their way to an eighth win on the season.
In girls action at Carroll, the Chargers knocked off 3A No. 8 Angola 51-37 behind a balanced offensive attack. Senior forward Kelsey Ronan paced Carroll with a double-double (10 points, 14 rebounds), Sarah Stillwell added 10 points as well. The Hornets got a game-high 15 points from sophomore Claire Grubb in the loss.
Culver 63 Oregon-Davis 44
Indianapolis Broad Ripple 59 Indianapolis Chatard 47
Indianapolis Marshall 95 Indianapolis International 52
New Haven 69 Fort Wayne Dwenger 58
South Bend St. Joseph 53 Culver Academy 42
Brownsburg 69 Indianapolis Tech 21
Carroll (Fort Wayne) 51 Angola 37
Chicago University (Ill.) 45 Hammond Noll 40
Garrett 47 Eastside 21
Indianapolis Ritter 68 Indianapolis Northwest 63
Indianapolis Tindley 49 Indiana Deaf 34
Kokomo 66 Frankfort 36
Lawrence Central 41 New Palestine 21
Marion 73 Alexandria 61
Mishawaka Marian 39 Culver Academy 28
Noblesville 56 Pendleton Heights 40
North Montgomery 49 Lafayette Central Catholic 40
Perry Meridian 60 Indianapolis Cathedral 49
Plymouth 83 South Bend Clay 25
Silver Creek 57 South Central (Elizabeth) 40
South Bend St. Joseph 70 New Prairie 55
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.
Buffalo Wild Wings donated $6,500 to the Boys & Girls Club's Fairfield location on Friday afternoon. The money will be used for youth sports tournaments.
A new event promises 12 days of delicious deals at Fort Wayne restaurants in January.
A woman arrested for shoplifting at a Fort Wayne Walmart identified herself as her husband's ex-wife when she was actually the man's current wife. The ex-wife then ended up getting arrested when the real wife failed to show up for court.
Gov. Mike Pence has ordered flags at Indiana state facilities to be flown at half-staff in tribute of Nelson Mandela and is asking businesses and residents to do so also to honor the world leader.
A big chunk of the U.S. is getting a blast of wintry weather. Some areas are experiencing frigid temperatures. Some are seeing snow and ice. Several deaths have been reported, most resulting from treacherous driving conditions. Hundreds of…
Frigid temperatures and a cold Saint Joseph River didn't stop approximately 100 students from jumping into the river as part of Homecoming Week at IPFW.
The Salvation Army and Toys for Tots are seeing a decline in donations this year because of a late Thanksgiving.
Global civil rights icon Nelson Mandela, whose legacy is ending South African apartheid, has died.
Fort Wayne is not expected to take the brunt of an approaching winter weather system, but everyone will experience frigid temperatures and some could see sleet and snow.