The Score

  • High School Football Scores - August 17

    See how your favorite high school team did on the gridiron Friday night.

  • "Up Close" with Jaylon Smith

    Fort Wayne (Indiana's NewsCenter)- The high school season starts on Friday with a big SAC showdown between Luers and Snider. Jaylon Smith and Luers will need to bring their best game to beat the Panthers for the 3rd straight time for the first time in school history.

  • High School Football Preview: South Side

    Fort Wayne (Indiana's NewsCenter)- Eddie Fields took some lumps in his first season at South Side but after a full offseason the Archers may be ready to make a step in the right direction this season.

  • High School Football Preview: North Side

    Fort Wayne (Indiana's NewsCenter)- North Side lost a ton of talent from a team that had a lot of success in 2011. How will the Skins be in 2012.

  • High School Football Preview: Dwenger

    Fort Wayne (Indiana's NewsCenter)- Dwenger's run of 5 straight SAC titles came to an end in 2011. Will the Saints be back on top in 2012.

  • High School Football Preview: Wayne

    Fort Wayne (Indiana's NewsCenter)- Wayne didn't win a game in Robert Brown's first season as head coach but will 2012 go any better? Click on our Wayne preview to find out.

  • High School Football Previews: Concordia

    Fort Wayne (Indiana's NewsCenter)- Concordia is the smallest school in the SAC and that fact always makes them the underdog but this years Cadets have some real talent at the top of the roster.

  • High School Football Preview - DeKalb

    WATERLOO (Indiana's NewsCenter) - The DeKalb Barons, winless last season, say their football fortunes will improve this fall under head coach Mike Cochran.

  • High School Football Preview - East Noble

    KENDALLVILLE (Indiana's NewsCenter) - A coaching change and a new style of football at East Noble is not expected to slow down a program that has been successful for many seasons.

  • High School Football Preview: Carroll

    FORT WAYNE (Indiana's NewsCenter) - Gradual improvement with Carroll football has been a hallmark since the hiring of Doug Dinan as coach two seasons ago.