Class 4a Sectional 9
HAMMOND | It's no picnic being an underdog in the tournament, despite what coaches and players say.
HAMMOND | It wasn't supposed to happen. No, not at all.
HIGHLAND | The joy was all around. The postgame celebration of last Friday's Class 4A Sectional 9 semifinal was as thick as a brick.
HIGHLAND | They will call it a barnburner. They will call it a slobber-knocker.
EAST CHICAGO | Morton coach Roy Richards told his players all week leading up to their sectional semifinal matchup with Times No. 9 E.C. Central that experience would be a key factor.
GARY | It was a short and choppy ride for Theodore Roosevelt College & Career Academy first-year football coach Jeff Karras.
GARY | It's been a bumpy ride for the Roosevelt Panthers this season.
GRIFFITH | Since 1999, Highland has not tasted victory over Griffith.
HAMMOND I It was ground and pound from the start as Morton used their versatile rushing attack Friday night to subdue Clark 54-22 in the opening round of Class 4A Sectional 9
HAMMOND | The E.C. Central football team was in a position in Friday's sectional that it hadn't seen most of the season: tied at halftime.
HAMMOND | It's the worst fear of every athlete, climbing onto the big stage, then stumbling and falling into the orchestra pit.
GRIFFITH | Maciek Szczepkowski looks more like a UFC star than a high school senior.
HAMMOND | Faron Osborne was raised in Virginia, living with his father. At the end of his eighth-grade year, he moved to Hammond where his mother lives.
HAMMOND | Some fans expected a basketball game to break out Friday night between East Chicago Central and Morton.
GRIFFITH | Brett Brinkley didn’t paint Griffith’s football helmets by placing his hands on them, but he appears to have a golden touch this postseason.
HIGHLAND | In what turned out to be a slugfest Friday night, something had to give eventually.
GRIFFITH | The team that had all week off from school certainly looked like it Friday night.
HAMMOND | Sometimes there really isn't any place like home.
LOWELL | Late in the third quarter of Friday's Class 4A Sectional 10 first round match-up between Lowell and Mishawaka, the crowd fell silent at the Inferno.
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