The Brampton Beast are excited to announce the hiring of Toronto native and former Kalamazoo Wings Assistant Coach Colin Chaulk as the Beast’s Head Coach for the 2015-2016 ECHL season.
Former Bishop Dwenger Stand-out and Current Cincinnati Bengals Tight End will be ready for Training camp this season.
The IPFW Mastodons lost to the North Dakota State Bison 2-1 on Sunday. Check out the video for highlights from the game.
The North Dakota State Bison rallied from nine runs down to shock the IPFW Mastodons 13-12 in 12 innings on Saturday. Check out the video for highlights from the action!
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — American Pharoah has won the 141st Kentucky Derby before a record-setting crowd at Churchill Downs.
The Kentucky Derby is one of the biggest events in the History of Horse Racing. At over the Fences Farm, Horse Expert Lisa Smith provides a home to a former Race Horse Champion "The General" and shares her knowledge about horses and The Kentucky Derby with WFFT Local
Blackhawk Christian is proud to announce the signing of Logan Choka to continue his education and golf at Huntington University.
FORT WAYNE, Ind. - The IPFW softball team celebrated senior Becca Beier in its last regular season series, however the Mastodons fell in non-league action to Toledo 8-0 and 7-2. IPFW now awaits to find out its opponent for the Summit League Tournament which will be held May 6-9 in Fargo, North Dakota.
FORT WAYNE, Ind. - A five-run first inning gave the IPFW baseball team early momentum, as the Mastodons won their eighth straight game, the latest one by a 13-8 score against the Goshen Maple Leafs at Mastodon Field on Wednesday afternoon.
The Luers Knights take on the Snider Panthers in a Tuesday night S.A.C. Showdown on Tuesday afternoon.
The St. Francis Cougars baseball team splits a twin bill against The lancers on Tuesday afternoon.
The St. Francis Cougars will have a brand new turf to play on next season.
Fort Wayne Komet legend defenseman Lionel Repka passed away Monday night in Fort Wayne from liver cancer at age 80.
The Indiana Fellowship of Christian Athletes will hold Night of Hope at the Embassy Theatre on April 28 at 6:30 p.m. NFL Hall of Famer Jim Kelly, and his wife Jill will be guest speakers. The evening will also feature music by Christian singer Charles Billingsley. The Kellys will be sharing how they have found true hope in the midst of trials that included the death of their son, Hunter, marriage issues and Jim’s battle with cancer.
Legendary Coach Bobby Bowden to visit Fort Wayne as the Guest Speaker at The Common Bond Breakfast hosted by Erin's House.
Team Ohio swept Team Indiana in the 23rd annual Nancy Rehm Border Wars on Sunday at the University of Saint Francis. The Ohio girls won 80-76, while the Ohio boys defeated the Indiana boys 117-95. Check out the video for highlights and interviews with Cary Cogdell and Sean McGee.
The Fort Wayne TinCaps dropped the series finale 7-1 to the South Bend Cubs on Sunday. Check out the video for highlights from the game.
The Komets defeated the Kalamazoo Wings 6-4 on Saturday night giving them a 4-1 series victory. The K's advance to the ECHL North Division Finals, where they will meet the winner of the Toledo-Wheeling series.
After an almost two hour rain delay, the TinCaps committed four errors in a 9-2 loss to the South Bend Cubs. The series finale is scheduled for Sunday at 3:05 p.m. Check out the video for highlights.
The Fort Wayne TinCaps defeated the South Bend Cubs 5-1 in the series opener on Friday afternoon. Check out the video for highlights!
The Northrop Bruins defeated the Blackhawk Christian Braves 4-2 on Friday afternoon. Check out the video for highlights from the game!
The Saint Francis Cougars grabbed two close wins over the Huntington Foresters on Friday afternoon to wrap up their home season. With the wins, the Cougars improve to 20-20 on the year. Check out the video for highlights!
The IPFW Mastodons lost in five sets to Lindenwood in the MIVA Quarterfinals on Friday night, which brought Head Coach Arnie Ball's career to an end. According to IPFW athletics, Ball finishes his career with a 570-421 overall record. Check out the video for highlights from the match.
The Santa Cruz Warriors fought back from a 20-point first-quarter deficit to defeat the Fort Wayne Mad Ants, 119-115, in Game One of the 2015 NBA Development League Finals at Fort Wayne’s Allen County War Memorial Coliseum.
A pair of Chargers sign to play at the next level
Parkview Field is hosting high school baseball games while the Tincaps are out of town.
In a Non-Conference Baseball Double Header the Indiana Tech Warriors top St. Francis in both games- 18-2 and 18-4 See video for game highlights.
Brett Favre's Jersey will be retired on Thanksgiving when the Packers play the Bears.
The 2015 season schedule has been released.
The Ohio State Championship football team took a trip to Washington, D.C. While there, the team visited the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial and even met President Barack Obama. While there, the President led the crowd in the Ohio battle cry.
The Fort Wayne Mad Ants are heading back to the Championship for the second year in a row, aiming to win back to back titles. WFFT is touching base with the team every day this week in celebration of their achievements. Monday night featured the best member of the team.
NBA D-League Champion and 2014-2015 D-League Coach of the Year, Conner Henry visits the WFFT Studio to talk about his Championship bound team and the secret to his success.
The IPFW Mastodons lost to the North Dakota State Bison 13-0 on Sunday. Check out the video for highlights and postgame interview with Head Coach Germaine Fairchild.
The IPFW Mastodons defeated Western Illinois 7-1 on Saturday afternoon to earn the three-game sweep. The 'Dons (20-16, 9-9) will return to action on Tuesday when they host Holy Cross at 3:00 p.m. Check out the video for highlights from the game!
The Komets defeated the Kalamazoo Wings 3-0 on Saturday night to take a 2-0 series lead in the best-of-seven series. Roman Will tallied 35 saves in the shutout.
The Komets started the post season on Friday night with a game against the K-wings in the North division Semi-Finals. WFFT's Zach Hughes brings a live report from the Coliseum and interviews Kaleigh Schrock after the game.
More Than Gymnastics sends four to Regional Competition
Five different Student Athletes signed their Letters of Intent to play at the next level, Friday afternoon in The Bruin Room at Northrop High school.
Haylie Hendrickson, University of Arizona commit, signed her National Letter of Intent, on Thursday April 16th. A signing party at More Than Gymnastics took place at 5:30pm. Fox Fort Wayne Sports was on hand to cover the event. See video for interviews with Haylie and her family.
TinCaps start midweek series against South Bend, looking for their first win of the season.
The Mad Ants have won nine of the last 10 games heading into the second round of the playoffs, including a seven game win streak. It's no wonder the team is feeling confident. See video to hear from Coach Conner Henry and players.
The Komets have yet to decide who will win the goalie position come the play-offs set to start on Friday. Coach Graham talks about the decision that lies ahead between Roman Will and Pat Nagle.
The IPFW baseball team is joining the National Organization vs Cancer to help raise awareness and funds to cure Kids Cancer.
After six days of deliberation, the jury still hadn't reached a verdict in the murder trial of former New England Patriots Tight End Aaron Hernandez. Wednesday morning the jury announced they reached a verdict.
Komets roster set for 2015 Kelly Cup Playoffs
The USF and IPFW baseball squads go head to head on Tuesday afternoon in a showdown in Mastodon Country. See video for Highlights.
INJURY REPORT: Second baseman Josh VanMeter left Monday’s game after the top of the fourth inning. VanMeter helped turn a 6-4-3 double play, but injured his left leg during the process. Tuesday morning he was placed on the disabled list.
Komets Drew Daniels named Performer of the Year
The TinCaps played the Lansing Lugnuts in game two of the three game series on Monday Night. Good guys fell short after a late game explosion by the Lugnuts resulted in a 9-1 loss.