The Mad Ants lost to the Sioux Falls Skyforce 122-118 in overtime on Sunday evening. Check out the video for highlights from the game!
The Indy Fuel defeated the Komets 5-4 in a shootout on Saturday evening. Check out the video for highlights from the game!
The IPFW Mastodons celebrated senior night with an 84-64 victory over Western Illinois on Saturday night. The Dons honored seniors Steve Forbes, Joe Edwards, and Isaiah McCray prior to the game. Check out the video for highlights!
The Canterbury Cavaliers dominated the Wabash Apaches 57-39 on Saturday to earn a spot in the Class 2A State Championship game. Mason VanHouten scored 20, Darby Maggard had 18, Katherine Smith posted a double-double with 10 points and 12 rebounds to lead the Cavaliers. Check out the video for highlights!
Two Local area teams, Homestead and Canterbury are heading to the Semi-States. WFFT visited both squads to see what exactly makes them so successful, and both teams said it boils down to team chemistry. Also, find out more about the groups like who the team clown is, who's the most serious on the team, who is the most competitive, and most importantly who the best dancer is.
Colts Update: According to Adrian Petersons dad, many teams are buzzing around about signing the running back to their squads including the Colts. Indianapolis also signed back up Quarterback Matt Hasselbeck to a one year contract extension.
Former Indiana University Stand out Will Sheehey has been missing practices, and the reason for his absence was revealed Thursday morning when Team President Jeff Potter told WFFT Local that Sheehey was unhappy with the role he was playing with the team, and asked the organization for a trade.
The Komets goal tender is back in the AHL as Nagle got called up to Utica, the team is counting on Keeper Will Roman to continue success.
Paul George took part in his first full practice since the Pacers star broke his leg. George hopes to be back on the court for game time action in Mid March. Watch video to hear from George.
The IPFW Mastodons look to close out the regulars season with a pair of wins, starting with Thursday nights matchup against Omaha.
Yurkanin to play baseball for Taylor University Filus to play baseball for Ave Maria University
The Colts three time Pro-Bowl Quarterback is planning to visit the Summit City. Andrew Luck will be the Guest Speaker at the BBBS Annual Gourmet dinner at The Grand Wayne Center.
Manchester's Head Basketball Coach steps down after 11 years with the program.
The St. Francis Cougars overcame a slow start to earn themselves a victory and advance in the Conference Tournament.
The Fort Wayne Mad Ants are teaming up with Vera Bradley to host Ladies Night on March 1st for their game against the Skyforce.
Spring Training is in full swing down in sunny Arizona and both the Chicago Cubs and the Chicago White Sox had full squad practices.
The Padre's 13th overall pick and former Tincap Trae Turner is not able to practice with the Nationals (his new team) because of an MLB rule that prohibits him from being officially traded until June 13th.
The Lady Cavaliers find themselves back at the Semi-State competition for the second straight year in Class 2A. The girls are meeting up with Wabash in Warsaw at 4:00pm for the game. They say they are ready to win, and advance to the State Title game.
The Spartans welcome the Bruins for their last home game of the regular season on Tuesday night, and come away with the victory. Northrop no match for Homesteads big men, Dana Batt and Caleb Swanigan as the pair lead the home team to a 77-52 point victory. Caleb is now the leading scorer in program history (1,466 points). Watch video for game high lights and monster dunk from Biggie.
The #3 Seed Cougars of Saint Francis take on the #6 Seed Grace College on Tuesday night to kick off Crossroad League tournament play, and came out victorious to advance in the tournament. The girls will hit the road to take on the #2 seed, Marian, Friday night at 7:00.
The Komets are holding their second annual One Legendary Night fundraiser on April 9, 2015 from 6:30-8:00 PM. The event will feature Komet Legends Nick Boucher, Guy Dupuis, PC Drouin, Ron Leef, Eddie Long, and Kaleigh Schrock. Funds raised go towards street hockey programs that focus on lifestyle development for kids. For more information visit lamplightershockey.com
The Seattle Seahawks star running back Marshawn Lynch is applying for a trademark for his "I'm just here so I don't get fined.'' line.
Six time pro bowl running back Adrian Peterson has voiced his uneasiness with returning to the Minnesota Vikings after he feels they did not support him through his recent legal troubles.
The Indianapolis Colts are clearing up a large amount of cap space topped off by the recent release of Jean Francios. This following recent releases of Laron Landry and Xavier Nixon opens up almost 40 million dollars for the team to use in Free agency.
Marion's star basketball player Vijay Blackmon racked up his 1,000th point in a game against Oak Hill.
The #8 prospect in the nation, Caleb Swanigan was spotted at a recent Duke Basketball game. Swanigan has yet to commit to a program.
The 3A State Champion Leo Lions softball team was honored with a visit to the Governor's office.
Former Ball State star Running back Jahwan Edwards talks about the NFL Combine Experience. Sites former teammate Jonathan Newsome as his motivation.
The Colts GM Ryan Grigson tells the media that if it hadn't been for former Ball State standout Jonathan Newsome, the team may nave made it to the AFC championship game.
The General Manager of the Indianapolis Colts admits publicly for the first time that he is the one that started the Deflate Gate investigation.
The ladies of St. Francis take down Huntington University 74-60. See video for game highlights.
Coach Gary Graham talks about matchup against Toledo
High School Hockey in the Summit City enters it's final week in the regular season. Watch video for game high lights.
The Homestead Spartans girls basketball team stopped by WFFT Local to talk about winning a regional championship, their upcoming semi-state game with the Merrillville Pirates, and the success of the basketball programs at Homestead. Check out the video for the conversation!
The Saint Francis Cougars basketball teams are preparing for the Crossroads League tournament this week. Check out the video to hear from both squads!
The Fort Wayne Mad Ants defeated the Grand Rapids Drive 91-81 on Sunday. Andre Emmett scored 29, while Gary Talton had 21 to lead the Ants. Check out the video for highlights from the game!
The IHSAA announced the sectional draw for the boys basketball tournament on Sunday. Check out the video for the brackets of area teams!
The No. 8 Saint Francis Cougars defeated the Goshen College Maple Leafs 80-65 on Saturday. Senior Guard Josh Hogan lead the Cougars with 21 points. Check out the video for highlights from the game!
The IPFW women's basketball team dropped their home finale to the North Dakota State Bison on Saturday. Check out the video for highlights from the pink out!
The Komets scored three unanswered goals to defeat the Gwinnett Gladiators 3-2 on Saturday night. Check out the video for highlights from the game!
The Lady Spartans are taking on The Lady Panthers in the Semi-Regional Matchup on Saturday. See what each team has to say about the contest.
The Snider Panthers marched into Spartans Country and took down the #2 team in Class 2A. It was a battle of the elite big men. Homesteads Caleb Swanigan facing off against Sniders Malik Williams for the Friday night showdown that ended in defeat for homestead, making it only the second loss of the season for the Spartans. Watch video for game highlights.
The Carroll Chargers improved to 20-2 on the season with a 70-56 victory over the North Side Redskins. Jeremy Kalonji scored 20 to lead the Chargers. Check out the video for highlights from the game!
The Norwell Knights (18-7) and the Concordia Cadets (19-7) will battle in the Bellmont regional semi-final on Saturday morning with a trip to the championship game on the line. Check out the video to hear from the teams prior to the game!
WFFT takes a trip down memory lane in the world of African American sports right here in Fort Wayne with WFFT's Christina Aguayo.
Bears GM Ryan Pace isn't tipping his hand on whether or not Jay Cutler is the Bears quarterback going forward.
The man behind the Performance Enhancing Drugs scandal that rocked professional baseball has been sentenced to serve four years in a federal prison.
The Mad Ants are pairing up with Lutheran Health Network to join the Get Fit Challenge.
The Komets increased their North Division lead after coming back to Fort Wayne with four more points. The good guys swept the Orlando Solar Bears and are now six points ahead of second place Toledo.
The Fort Wayne Tincaps home opener is on April 12th. Season tickets are already on sale, with single game tickets going on sale Wednesday.