Duneland Athletic Confeernce
ST. JOHN | Zach Plesac settled in after the second inning.
MUNSTER | The Duneland Athletic Conference has a solid boys basketball reputation. That was in the minds of the Munster players on Saturday night.
With the IHSAA state tournament in girls golf just a few weeks away, there is one thing every lady with a dream must do -- avoid a big number on your card.
Last Friday's personal-best 75 at the Valparaiso Sectional was far from an expected result for Chesterton sophomore golfer Zach Von Huben.
Older brother Paul committed to Michigan State University for football, but Valparaiso junior Pat Andrie might not be living in his sibling's shadows this spring.
PORTAGE | Stellar singles play was all the Chesterton girls tennis team needed to win its second sectional title in three years.
Valparaiso junior golfer Kyle Meihofer isn't as aggressive with his play this season, but his new approach is hardly passive.
HEBRON | Chesterton coach LouAnn Hopson was pleased with the adjustments the Trojans were making at the plate, even though it took six innings for her offense to get going against Hebron pitcher Mollie Lindeman on Friday.
ST. JOHN | Bridget Boyle knew she needed to be solid off the mound to give Times No. 1 Lake Central its best chance to open the Duneland Athletic Conference schedule on a high note.
PORTAGE | LaPorte did not play Friday night like they had practiced during the week.
VALPARAISO | It was a Hawaiian Joe Night at Viking Gym, and Valparaiso wasted little time in bidding Aloha to LaPorte.
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