The head football coach is new, but much will remain the same at Chesterton, as Mark Peterson strives for continuity in the transition.
The Times has learned that Mark Peterson is expected to be named the head football coach at Chesterton.
Sometimes, the best coaching means doing less than more.
Age is only a number.
VALPARAISO | Bobby Jacobs is known for his stoic presence on the course, but Valparaiso coach Wayne Lichtenberger noticed his senior golfer cracking a few more smiles Friday morning.
LAPORTE | It took Ronnie Plesac an inning to find his bearings in Wednesday's Class 4A LaPorte Sectional opener.
CROWN POINT | Miranda Elish and her teammates didn't hear it once or twice or three times.
Mallory McKee wasn't initially enamored about being a leadoff hitter until she realized the prospects of extra plate appearances.
If you've followed Northwest Indiana prep baseball this season, you know Chesterton's improbable run to the Duneland Athletic Conference title has arguably been the top story line of the spring.
Joining the Valparaiso University football staff brings John Snyder back to his coaching roots, to the reason he first came to Northwest Indiana a quarter century ago.
Paige Pizer's rise in the middle-distance ranks has been a case of "I know I can" rather than "I think I can."
CHESTERTON | Miranda Elish is not the average freshman pitcher.
LOWELL | After going 2-2 over its last four games, Times No. 1 Chesterton was looking to snap out of a mini slump on Thursday at Lowell.
From the time he offered to put on the shin guards, face mask and chest protector when he was 8, Mike Crowley has been a catcher.
Up until a month or so ago, the only thing that stood out about Archie Sullivan's running was his disdain for starting blocks.
CHESTERTON | With 10 seniors and most of its pitching graduated, Chesterton entered the season with more questions than answers.
CHESTERTON | Haley Hodges has had plenty of big hits in plenty of big games during her varsity career. The Portage senior topped them all on Monday afternoon.
PORTAGE | Chesterton pitcher Mitch Kobitz needed three hitters to settle into a groove against Portage on Monday.
ST. JOHN | If it was by design, Chesterton coach LouAnn Hopson won't admit it. If it was planned out, it was brilliant and allowed The Times No. 1 Trojans to win an insane game at Lake Central on Thursday.
ST. JOHN | Chesterton manager Jack Campbell joked that he knew it would be a good idea to put Michael Griffin in the nine-hole.
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