Great Lakes Athletic Conference
So much to do, so little time.
GRIFFITH | After receiving a scare in its 1-0 sectional-opening win against Clark, Griffith worked on just one thing -- offense.
HAMMOND | Zach Schreiber feels a little bit like David on an ancient battlefield.
Gavit is looking to fill its boys basketball coaching position and its athletic director's post.
HAMMOND | It doesn't happen like this at other places, where high school softball is a much bigger deal. Towns where names and games are always in the newspaper.
HAMMOND | Two years ago, Cody Earl spent the baseball season sitting on the Morton bench in pain.
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 | Bowman Academy has speed, athleticism and quickness that can't be duplicated.
HAMMOND | It's winners week in Indiana. We've been doing this for 104 years. Ain't it fun?
HAMMOND | Neither West Side nor Hammond wants to limp into the boys basketball postseason, but a sluggish first half of Friday's season finale left both coaches shaking their heads after the game.
GRIFFITH | One glaring statistic stands out in Wednesday’s Class 3A Griffith Sectional first-round game between Gavit and Lew Wallace.
CALUMET TWP. | Anthony Harris has been coming on of late. The Calumet junior has seemed to find his rhythm as the season turns the corner toward March.
HAMMOND | No Morton senior will ever be part of a Governors team that didn't win the Great Lakes Athletic Conference tournament.
It’s always been a challenge for Hammond High to field a swimming team that can compete with suburban powers, but that hasn’t deterred longtime coach Sue Mathewson.
HAMMOND | Chesterton made 26-of-32 free throws; Chris Palombizio scored 31 points, and three other Trojans scored at least 12 as Chesterton topped Morton 75-64 Wednesday night.
Coach Jimmy Augustyn remembers it as "pretty gruesome."
He was down on all fours. His eyes were rolling around in his head like a marble in an earthquake. He then got up and the drama increased.
HAMMOND | Martayveus Carter wasn't about to turn in his E.C. Central football helmet and pads for the final time Friday night. His heroic effort on both sides of the ball proved he was ready to carry his team in the biggest game of his high school career.
GRIFFITH | It was a regular season to forget at Griffith.
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