High School Softball
CEDAR LAKE | It took what seemed like forever to finish the second scheduled Greater South Shore Conference game between Hanover Central and Wheeler.
CROWN POINT | A win is a win, but Tuesday night’s victory wasn’t the kind Times No. 1 Crown Point is used to seeing.
CEDAR LAKE | The third time was in fact not the charm for Wheeler and Hanover Central on Tuesday afternoon.
HAMMOND | Wheeler first baseman Gianna Hamady tries to not let any moment be too big for her on the softball diamond.
CROWN POINT | In the first 10 games of the season, Crown Point’s victories entailed a heavy dose of pitching with strikeouts galore.
PORTAGE | Kaitlin Doud had herself a game Thursday afternoon.
MUNSTER | Only the best will do for Crown Point’s Miranda Elish.
PORTAGE | Nothing like scoring five runs in the first three innings to give a pitcher some breathing room.
CHESTERTON | Crown Point cleanup hitter Bailey Mores was 0 for 2 in the Bulldogs' season-opening win against Hobart last week.
MUNSTER | A summer regimen of pitching and hooping was not kind to Kaitlin Doud’s lower back.
PORTAGE | The task at hand was simple for Portage's Haley Hodges. She had to make a big impact in a key situation to continue the Indians' postseason Tuesday.
LAKE STATION | As Wheeler's Karessa Sweeney pulled up to second base, she jumped in the air with the feeling of postseason softball euphoria overtaking her.
LAKE STATION | Abby Bondi felt the nerves of postseason softball flowing through her veins.
LAKE STATION | Nickole Finch doesn't need a reminder of what transpired during last season's softball sectional.
PORTAGE | Kiley Jones did it all. She got the big hit. She pitched the complete game. She even tallied the game-clinching RBI single.
Lake Central coach Jeff Sherman learned Thursday morning that the Times No. 2 Indians drew rival Munster in the first round of the upcoming Highland Sectional.
CHESTERTON | Miranda Elish is not the average freshman pitcher.
ST. JOHN | Steve Fulk had a bit of an epiphany this week.
LOWELL | After going 2-2 over its last four games, Times No. 1 Chesterton was looking to snap out of a mini slump on Thursday at Lowell.
CEDAR LAKE | Ivy Dawson likes having the last word.
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