Lake Central Indians
ST. JOHN | When he wrestled as a freshman and sophomore, Chuck Alexa learned to shoulder blame rather than assign it.
PORTAGE | Kaitlin Doud had herself a game Thursday afternoon.
ST. JOHN | Brenden Seren's official "zone" is somewhere between the second strike and the third.
Keith Christmas went along for the ride in April of 2002. The senior basketball player at West Side never received an invitation to the Hoosier Basketball Magazine's Top 60 workout.
ST. JOHN | Times No. 4 Lake Central coach Jeff Sherman used the right term to describe the way balls were being hit by both his squad and Chesterton on Wednesday night: atom balls.
VALPARAISO | Julia Schassburger gave Lake Central pitcher Lily Del Toro all the run support she needed with a run-scoring double in the second inning.
Tyler Wideman got a phone call, but didn't answer it. Typically, he was in the gym working on his game.
ST. JOHN | If ever a guy deserved an iced lemonade and a lazy hammock it's Lake Central senior Gelen Robinson.
Tyler Wideman was named The Times Player of the Year on Sunday. On Wednesday he was named to the Associated Press' boys basketball All-State second team.
ST. JOHN | It takes some pressing, but once Brooke Lambert opens up she'll admit that the only way she wants to see her final high school season end is with a state pole vault championship.
ST. JOHN | It was Ground Zero for Hoosier Hysteria. Lake Central was playing poorly in the state championship game. All the dreams of a lifetime had spun out of control into nightmare mode.
ST. JOHN | Every person in every gym in Indiana had high hopes on Nov. 11, the first official practice day of the 2013-14 boys basketball season.
INDIANAPOLIS | Early deadlines and three area teams in the state finals left some key points in the notebook last Saturday night at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. So it's time to empty them out here.
HAMMOND | Lake Central played baseball outside for just the ninth time, including a modest eight practices, this “spring” season.
INDIANAPOLIS | After a week of great joy and state-wide attention, Lake Central boys basketball coach Dave Milausnic had an emotional thought late on Saturday night.
INDIANAPOLIS | After scoring just 12 points in the first half of Saturday’s Class 4A state championship game against Indianapolis Tech, Lake Central looked like it was dead in the water.
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OVERTIME DEMONS EXPELLED: In the 104 years of boys basketball state championship games, Marquette was the fourth Region team to play in an overtime game, but first to come out on top after the extra session.
ST. JOHN | As nerves and excitement filled the hallways of Lake Central on Tuesday, senior guard Tye Wilburn seemed almost nonchalant about tonight's state championship game in Indianapolis.
ST. JOHN | Michael Phillips was a lad in East Chicago in the early 1970s. He suffered from psoriasis on his feet. So when his middle school gym class jumped in the pool, he could not take part.
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