HAMMOND | While many of the golfers turned in exceptionally good scores during the second day of the City of Hammond Classic at Lost Marsh, one of the youngest and most inexperienced pros caught the attention of just about everybody.
KYLE TELECHAN | THE TIMES Tournament leader Jenny Shin, of Torrance, Calif., hits her ball toward the 18th green Saturday during the City of Hammond Classic at Lost Marsh Golf Course. The 17-year-old leads the tournament at 10-under entering the final round.
CHESTERTON | Steve Kearney bumped into two-time NCAA track champion Amy Yoder Begley last fall, and the pair got to reminiscing.
KYLE TELECHAN | THE TIMES Calumet Region Striders runner Payton Gallowitch, 7, crosses the finish line in the 100-meter dash at Saturday's AAU District Track and Field Championship.
KYLE TELECHAN | THE TIMES Merrillville's Kennedy Robinson, 10, participates in the long jump at Saturday's AAU District Track and Field Championship.
Billy Casper to appear at Jackson Park Golf Course
Former NBA player giving guard camp at The Fieldhouse
Highland Bowling Boosters holding car wash
Portage Y offers gymnastics
Running is a passion for Aaron Pleitner.
HIGHLAND | For more than a quarter of a century, James Vrabel's wife has had to put up with a continual procession of powerlifters training in their basement. But Vrabel also credits his surrounding neighbors for their patience.
SCHERERVILLE | It's only a matter of time before catchers start "texting" signals to pitchers. But during Brooke Baker's heyday, a calculator would have been a more appropriate.
Ben Nisle was able to undertake something only Marlon Byrd, Alfonso Soriano, Derrek Lee and the rest of the Cubs are allowed to do on a daily basis.
PHOTO PROVIDED Ben Nisle was a little overwhelmed, but he overcame jitters to place first in his age bracket at the team championship portion -- the step before the national finals -- of the Major League Baseball Hit, Pitch & Run Challenge Sunday at Wrigley Field. Nisle, 11, pitched to targe…
PHOTO PROVIDED "It was fun, but it felt weird because a lot of other people don't get to do that." -- Ben Nisle, on his opportunity to play the sport he loves at the home of the team he loves
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