When Highland High School started building its baseball stadium nearly 30 years ago, then-coach Dan Miller had a chance to put his mark on the field.
GARY | The jitters of his first varsity start behind him, Portage sophomore Jacob Dickson took the mound much more relaxed Friday, even if it was at the U.S. Steel Yard.
HAMMOND | It's winners week in Indiana. We've been doing this for 104 years. Ain't it fun?
WHITING | Before the season even started, Whiting coach Tim Hopps didn't know what he had.
GRIFFITH | One glaring statistic stands out in Wednesday’s Class 3A Griffith Sectional first-round game between Gavit and Lew Wallace.
HAMMOND | The Class 3A Hammond boys basketball sectional has been moved from the Hammond Civic Center to Clark High School, the IHSAA has confirmed, but the state association has not said why.
With senior citizens stuck indoors and feet of snow covering their sidewalks, the Clark football team collected as many shovels as necessary and started working.
Rene Zamora admits he has a bit of a sweet tooth.
GRIFFITH | It was a regular season to forget at Griffith.
HAMMOND | It wasn't a once in awhile kind of thing. It was every day. All summer. No matter how hot and humid it was, Clark's Maurice Dawkins was working hard to make his Pioneers better.
HAMMOND | Runners from near and far, regardless of background, are creatures of habit.
MUNSTER | If you follow E.C. Central soccer or a team has played against them, individuals are most likely to say the following phrase: "Watch out for the kid with the long hair."
HAMMOND | E.C. Central’s offense put up big numbers Friday night against Clark, but head coach Stacy Adams said it’s the Cardinals’ defense that’s becoming the focal point of the team.
HIGHLAND | The 33 points scored by Highland on Friday night were impressive in their own right. But the 105 total yards allowed by the Trojans defense were even more impressive.
HESSVILLE | When Morton ran out to the field on Friday for its senior night, it sounded a bit different and much clearer than usual.
WHITING | Breaking in the new field turf took some time, but Whiting finally got the ball rolling in the “Battle of 119th Street” on Saturday night.
Baltimore Orioles manager Buck Showalter is renowned for a steel-trap mind that grasps every detail of every player in his organization.
GRIFFITH | Jesse Smith was the perfect pick to start Saturday's sectional title game against Clark, because the Griffith senior had topped the Pioneers last year in the championship game.
HAMMOND | Blair Morton the softball player and Blair Morton the girl are two totally different people.
HAMMOND | Griffith's Jamie Rex thought she saw something different about Hammond starter Jazzlyn Baines.
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