About a month ago, Marlon Williams was a nomad on the Chesterton boys track team, a runner without a home bouncing from event to event.
West Side's Lonnie Johnson won the state long jump title at Saturday's IHSAA state fianls. He also ran a leg on the winning 400-meter relay team.
West Side's Lonnie Johnson makes a hard landing during the finals of the long jump at Saturday's state finals. He won the title.
West Side's Lonnie Johnson played a large part in the Cougars' state championship. He won long jump (23 feet, 6 inches) and helped the 400-meter relay team win.
West Side's Jonvae Johnson, middle, was third in the 100-meter finals at Saturday's state track meet.
Lake Central's Gelen Robinson won the state discus title with a toss of 197 feet, 7 inches Saturday.
Chesterton's Billy Biehl, along with teammates Kevin Kenney, left, and Marlon Williams wait for Tyler Vore to join them in celebration after winning the 3,200-meter relay state title Saturday.
Merrillville's Garrett Ferrell placed 13th in the pole vault at Saturday's state finals.
Crown Point's Mitchell Kessler was ninth in the shot put at Saturday's state finals.
Tyler Vore leaves the rest of the pack behind him Saturday, helping Chesterton win the 3,200-meter relay title at the IHSAA state track and field meet.
Lake Central's Gelen Robinson was third in the shot put at Saturday's state finals.
Chesterton's Luke Cota was 10th in the shot put at Saturday's state track and field meet.
Chesterton's Tyler Vore takes the baton from teammate Billy Biehl during the final leg of the 3,200-meter relay. The Trojans won the state title.
Hobart's Ernest Ray was 12th in the discus at Saturday's state meet.
Crown Point's Troy Grady finihsed ninth in the state in the 110-meter high hurdles Saturday.
Chesterton's 3,200-meter relay team (Tyler Vore, Billy Biehl, Marlon Williams and Kevin Kenney) pose with their first-place medals Saturday at the IHSAA track and field state finals.
Lew Wallace's Darius Mahome, left, and Crown Point's Troy Grady battle neck and neck during the 110-meter high hurdle prelims at Saturday's state meet.
LaPorte's Anthony Didon, right, placed second in the 1,600 meters at Saturday's state track meet.
Lake Central's Gelen Robinson poses with his first-place medal for discus Saturday afternoon at the IHSAA state track and field finals.
Lew Wallace's Darius Mahome gets ahead of Cameron Hollins from Avon during the second heat of the 110-meter high hurdles Saturday at the state finals.
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