Indiana High School Athletic Association
LAPORTE | Jake West did not die in vain.
I remember the Soldier Field press box igniting during a Bears-Packers game, when a brutal special teams hit saw two writers give each other a high 5.
Times sports writers Jim Peters and Steve Hanlon analyze Saturday's basketball regionals.
GARY | Fewer than a dozen people showed up at Roosevelt High School for the 11th and final IHSAA Hoops Town Hall series about the state of Indiana class basketball but one thing was clear:
Most folks from Indiana are familiar with the 1954 story of how tiny Milan High beat powerhouse Muncie Central in the state basketball finals.
Whatever your stance on class basketball in Indiana, it really doesn't matter.
The storied athletic program at Gary's Roosevelt Career and Technical Academy will continue no matter who operates the school in the future.
Not all "monsters" hide in the deep, dark recesses of our mind.
This time of year, with chords of "Auld Lang Syne" still ringing in our ears, it's not uncommon or unnatural to think of days gone by as being more desirable than the era we live in today.
VALPARAISO | If Tim Tebow had been raised in Northwest Indiana, the Denver Broncos quarterback known for his displays of faith never would have stepped foot on a high school football field.
GARY | It is not clear what will happen to Gary Roosevelt's athletic program under state takeover.
Eight region boys basketball teams are ranked in the Associated Press preseason poll, released Monday afternoon.
I have spent much of my adult life coaching student-athletes, originally at the high school level, and more recently at the elementary and middle school level.
Karen Busovsky enjoys working with people and helping them put together trophies and awards.
Five dollars doesn't go very far these days, does it? You can't go to a movie, have lunch at your favorite restaurant or buy much more than a gallon of gas for five bucks. That's the bad news.
For Lake Central grad Josh Miller, his dream job is right before his eyes.
HAMMOND | Bishop Noll sold out of its allotment of tickets for Saturday's Class 2A state basketball championship game. Bishop Noll will play Park Tudor of Indianapolis at approximately 11:45 a.m. CDT at Conseco Fieldhouse in Indianapolis.
A 3-pointer by Kokomo's D.J. Balentine with 1.2 seconds remaining knocked Munster out of the IHSAA State Tournament, a game shy of playing for the state title in Indianapolis.
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