Player of the Week

  • Combs Wins Boys Player of Week

    Monroe (incnow.tv)- Dalton Combs' 45 points against Woodlan last Friday earned him the SportONE Boys Basketball Player of the Week for this week.

  • Nichols Wins Scholar Athlete of Week

    Fort Wayne (incnow.tv)- Carroll swimmer Blaine Nichols is this week's SportONE Scholar Athlete of the Week. Blaine is headed to IU to swim next year and is in the top 3rd of the Carroll senior class.

  • Concordia's Smith Girls Player Of The Week

    FORT WAYNE (www.incnow.tv) - Concordia junior Courtney Smith is the SportOne ONE Girls Basketball Player of the Week.

  • Scholar Athlete Of The Week - Emilia Rodriguez

    FORT WAYNE (www.incnow.tv) - North Side gymnast Emilia Rodriguez is this week's SportOne ONE Scholar Athlete of the Week.

  • Blackmon Wins Boys Player of Week

    Fort Wayne (incnow.tv)- Luers junior James Blackmon Jr. is this week's SportONE ONE Boys Player of the Week. Blackmon is averaging over 40 points a game and went for 44 last Friday against South Side.

  • Shipman Wins Girls Player of the Week

    Fort Wayne (incnow.tv)- She just went over 1,000 career points and she is the star of Snider's girls basketball team. Meredith Shipman is also this week's SportONE ONE Girls Basketball Player of the Week.

  • McCall Wins Player of Week

    Fort Wayne (incnow.tv)- T.J. McCall is this week's SportONE Boys Player of the Week after a 29 point performance in an overtime win for Concordia over Carroll.

  • Simmons Wins Player of Week

    Fort Wayne (incnow.tv)- Ariana Simmons has been a force for South Side for several years and nothing has changed so far in her senior season with the Archers.

  • Benedict First Boys Basketball Player Of The Week

    UNDATED (www.incnow.tv) - Columbia City senior sharpshooting guard Drew Benedict is the first SportOne ONE Boys Basketball Player of the Week.

  • Buck Wins Player of the Week

    Fort Wayne (incnow.tv)- Sydney Buck has been lights out for Homestead so far this season. She is scoring 29 points a game through the Spartans first 3 games, including a school record 38 at Marion.