CROWN POINT | Work Hard, Play Hard, but Work always before Play. This is one of the mottos at Jerry Ross Elementary.
Crown Point's Spike Albrecht likely lost his chance of making the Indiana All-Star team because of the Duneland Athletic Conference's double round robin basketball schedule. Now, with it coming to an end, DAC players will have a much better chance of being seen by people all over the state.
Michigan State basketball coach Tom Izzo says he was sitting at the breakfast table filling out brackets with his 13-year-old son when he noticed the Midwest Region remained largely blank.
Valparaiso's Justin Osburn, left, is congratulated by teammate Jacob Hamer after hitting a half-court shot earlier this season.
Bishop Noll's Tori Keilman shoots over Whiting's Abby Bondi on Saturday.
Whiting's Abby Bondi guards Bishop Noll's Julia Kusiak during Saturday night's game.
Bishop Noll's Asya Hobbs shoots against Whiting's Alex Danielides on Saturday.
Bishop Noll's Brenda Pennington shoots against Whiting's Abby Bondi on Saturday night.
Whiting's Alex Danielides shoots against Bishop Noll on Saturday night.
Bishop Noll's Julia Kusiak defends Whiting's Citlali Lopez on Saturday night.
Valparaiso's Tyler Doane guards Portage's Peter Psomadelis on Friday night at Viking Gym.
After hitting a shot beyond half-court at the end of the first quarter, Valparaiso's Justin Osburn, left, is congratulated by teammate Jacob Hamer on Friday night at Viking Gym.
Guarded by Valparaiso's Tyler Doane, Portage's Jordan Collazo drives to the basketball during Friday night's game at Viking Gym.
Guarded by Portage's Luke Kizer, Valparaiso's Zach Meyer looks for someone to pass to Friday night at Viking Gym.
Portage's Michael Lattanzi drives for a layup Friday night at Viking Gym.
Valparaiso's Tyler Doane guards Portage's Jordan Collazo on Friday night at Viking Gym.
Valparaiso's Brandon Nicholas makes a basket and is fouled by Portage's David Clegg on Friday night at Viking Gym.
No. 1 Indiana had another strong offensive game on Saturday, and it looks as if the Hoosiers can play defense, too.
No. 15 Georgetown 64, Texas 41: Otto Porter had 14 points and eight rebounds to lead No. 15 Georgetown to a 64-41 victory over Texas in the opener of the Jimmy V Classic on Tuesday night at Madison Square Garden.
Of all the absurdity that accompanies a minor league basketball team, perhaps the most inconceivable possibility might be the presence of a Ph.D. student recording every vivid detail.
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