HOBART | Hannah Wilson is not alone. The sophomore softball player at Hobart is like roughly half the kids in America, whose parents have gone through the emotional roller coaster of a divorce.
HOBART | Hanover Central felt it had something to prove in Saturday morning's baseball game against Hobart.
Tyrus Joseforsky forced himself into the Hobart lineup as a freshman, outworking everyone around him to the point that the Brickies coaching staff couldn't help but start him.
HOBART | Griffith is playing some of its best softball the program has seen in a long time, but in an unconventional way.
HOBART | The Brickies have a running joke about pitcher CJ Komosa.
SCHERERVILLE | The Peifer Elementary School second-graders listened closely as a story was told to them Tuesday morning. It was a tale that could change their life.
Kristi Hoese looked at the talent she had returning to Hobart and turned down the volleyball coaching job at Griffith.
HOBART | Hobart's Madalyn Dominguez has embraced gymnastics ever since joining Mommy and Me classes when she was just 18 months old.
PORTAGE | After struggling in their respective Class 4A Portage Sectional openers, Michigan City and Merrillville left little doubt Friday.
Valparaiso's Andi Sarkisian, left, drives past Hobart's Daley Law during Wednesday's game at the Portage Sectional.
Valparaiso's Grace Withrow tries to drive past Hobart's Cailin Trezak on Wednesday.
Hobart's Kara Cooke is fouled as she puts up a shot during Wednesday's game.
Hobart's Kara Cooke drives against Valparaiso on Wednesday night.
Players from both Valparaiso and Hobart battle for possession of the basketball.
The romance between Hobart senior kicker Aaron Del Grosso and Indiana University has been going on for the last couple of years. On Wednesday, Del Grosso confirmed the relationship between the two.
GARY | What’s old is new again in the wrestling state tournament.
Reclamation projects don't faze John Hutchins.
HOBART | With a 10-point lead after the first quarter, Merrillville's defense took a break that allowed the Hobart offense to drive inside, shoot outside and rebound at will.
HOBART | In the hall outside Hobart’s gym, amid a bake sale and thumping bass from the guest band upstairs, The Crawpuppies, there was a fundraiser that afforded students the opportunity to throw a pie at the face of select teachers.
HOBART | The predominant color may have been pink at Hobart's annual Coaches vs. Cancer game, but the Brickies were seeing orange throughout the night.
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