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Leo's senior basketball players were honored Jan. 30 against Bellmont. Blake Davison, left, was recognized for scoring over 1,000 career points. Read more

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The Leo boys basketball team is just one game away from defeating half the programs in the Summit Athletic Conference this year. Bishop Luers is the latest team to fall in the Lions’ 4-0 start to the season with NE8 conference play beginning Dec. 18. Read more

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The Columbia City Eagles, who were coming off their first loss of the season a week earlier to East Noble, were still in a position to control their own destiny in the NE8 race as they took on a tough Leo team Friday night at home. Read more

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Carroll’s boys tennis team defeated Leo 5-0 Aug. 19 in what has become an indicator of each team’s likelihood of success at the Chargers’ sectional tournament each year, as well as the Homestead regional. Read more

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It’s still unclear whether high school extracurricular activities will resume in the fall. However, even if Gov. Eric Holcomb’s Back on Track Indiana plan goes according to schedule through the target reopening date of July 4, Parkview Health officials don’t expect sporting events to look th… Read more

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The format was more akin to a press conference, but six Bishop Dwenger athletes were able to fulfill their dreams of signing with college programs May 20. Four football players, one softball player and a football manager signed college letters while maintaining safe distances from media, cla… Read more

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HUNTINGTON — The Homestead gymnastics team vied for its first regional title in 19 years Saturday at Huntington North, but came up short against Bishop Dwenger. The Saints edged out the Spartans by just half a point, 108.525-108.025, after falling to Homestead at the Concordia sectional a we… Read more

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Debbie Wildrick, area director of the Northeast Indiana Fellowship of Christian Athletes had tried twice before to bring New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees to Fort Wayne. She knew that the Super Bowl-winning football player could be a huge draw for FCA’s Night of Hope 2020, an outreac… Read more

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FORT WAYNE — Leo junior Ian Heath was the 132-pound champion during Saturday’s New Haven Wrestling Semi-State at the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum. Heath will open the state finals against Lake Central’s Isaiah Ponce (30-12) Friday. Read more