Lake Central Indians
ST. JOHN | Lake Central's volleyball team spent Labor Day learning everything it could about Crown Point.
ST. JOHN | Tyler Keslin is living a dream.
It's been said winning a sectional championship in football is the most difficult because to take home the hardware you have to be very good for three weeks, three Friday nights.
EAST CHICAGO | East Chicago wasn't immune to the lightning that sparked delays across the region.
CHESTERTON | Lake Central and Chesterton went toe to toe for four games in a tough Duneland Athletic Conference volleyball match Thursday night.
MUNSTER | On a team in which the sophomore talent can take over a game in a heartbeat, Munster's seniors led the offense in decisive Game 5 against rival Lake Central.
ST. JOHN | Sometimes, you just have to cross the street and silence that big guy flexing his muscles at you.
MERRILLVILLE | Lake Central opened its volleyball season in impressive fashion Thursday night.
Keith Kilmer already knows what he'll see when he takes his Lowell Red Devils onto Bulldog Turf in Crown Point. He chuckles ahead of time.
CROWN POINT | The more things change, the more they stay the same.
Leroy Marsh enters his 36th year as head football coach at Munster with one burning question on his mind.
ST. JOHN | Antwan Davis had the magic touch on both sides of the ball in Friday’s scrimmage.
There were no bright lights, no stands packed with avid sports fans, no reporters or college scouts. Still, Gelen Robinson was there.
CARMEL | A weaker kid wouldn’t have lasted four years. But Morgan Cavinder isn’t a weak kid.
CARMEL | In between the two games Saturday at the ICGSA North-South All-Star Games, state awards were announced, and a Northwest Indiana person earned one of them for the first time in seven years.
It's been written that life is a vapor. Boy, it sure seems that way. It seemed like yesterday we were putting out our football tab last August. Now, we're planning the next one.
Hanover Central softball coach Larry McMillen summed up the North-South All-Star game in a perfect way.
FRANKLIN | A little perspective can go a long way on the state championship stage.
It’s been a whirlwind kind of year for Lake Central’s Matt Meneghetti.
INDIANAPOLIS | Stepping back into Bankers Life Fieldhouse for Lake Central's Tyler Wideman would be like Ali stepping into the ring against Joe Frazier, the first time.
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