Matt Crawford was still a twinkle in his parents' eyes in 1983, the year Marty Gaff became the head coach at Kouts.
KOUTS | Blake Wallace woke up Saturday morning not even sure if he’d be able to give 100 percent at the Kouts Invitational.
KOUTS | It was a night that was all about Marty Gaff, but the longtime Kouts coach was simply focused on his players.
In an age when coaches come and go, and the only constant seems to be change, Marty Gaff's 30-year tenure at Kouts is a testament to the coach and the school system.
Max Everaert poured in 22 points, including five 3-pointers, and Andrew Birky nabbed 17 rebounds as Times No. 9 Kouts held off host Boone Grove, 55-51, in a Porter County Conference tournament semifinal Saturday.
LAKE STATION | Friday night marked the first matchup ever between No. 6 Kouts and Lake Station. But it was not the first time that the two coaches had faced off against each other.
Back in the late 1980s, Marty Gaff was in the early years of a coaching tenure at Kouts that now spans 30 winters.
HEBRON | Foul trouble for Matt Stewart didn't spell big trouble for Kouts on Friday.
WASHINGTON TWP. | Losing the Porter County Conference to Hanover Central simply poured fuel on Washington Twp.’s fire during this postseason.
PORTER TOWNSHIP | Fans arriving two minutes late to the Class A boys soccer sectional title game at Boone Grove missed the game-winning goal.
Life can be unfair, downright cruel sometimes, to the point where you wonder how it all adds up.
PORTER TWP. | Boone Grove relief pitchers Jon Hogg and Dean Hill did their best work with the bases loaded.
GARY | "Hey coach, first one in four years!" Kouts senior second baseman Dan Cullison exclaimed after Saturday's Porter County Conference game with LaCrosse at U.S. Steel Yard.
Chatting with Stephen Keller after the basketball regional semifinals at Triton, I made a remark about the Kouts senior clearing 7 feet in the high jump this spring.
BOURBON | When push came to shove in Saturday's Class A Triton Regional semifinal, the host Trojans had Clay Yeo and Kouts did not.
For all but four boys basketball teams in the state of Indiana, their season is going to end with a loss.
The bruise, the result of an inadvertent elbow in Friday's sectional semifinal against Morgan Township, still shrouds his left eye.
MORGAN TWP. | It wasn't pretty, but Kouts will happily take home the trophy for it's 62-53 win over Gary 21st Century in the Morgan Township Class A sectional Saturday.
MORGAN TWP. | Balanced scoring attacks were on display in both Class A sectional semifinals on Friday night.
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