Lowell Red Devils
This is not the time for the boys basketball coach at Lowell High School to step down. But that's exactly what Nate Richie did recently, going 46-39 over the last four seasons.
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.
LOWELL | Lowell did what it always does best -- run the football.
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.
Hanover Central softball coach Larry McMillen summed up the North-South All-Star game in a perfect way.
ST. JOHN | In Friday’s Lake Central Sectional at Palmira Golf Course, Crown Point’s fifth golfer, Ken Decker, shot a nice 82.
LOWELL | Brian Blaylock is a little like Alexander the Great, who wept after all of his blood and success because there were "no more worlds to conquer."
HIGHLAND | Like the many cratered highways in Northwest Indiana this spring, Munster’s road to a repeat sectional championship was not smooth.
MUNSTER | Lowell was so close, it could taste the sweetness of victory.
HIGHLAND | The ball seem to hang in the air for an eternity. Years of hopes and dreams spun with the ball's trajectory.
CROWN POINT | Crown Point coach Brian Elston admitted to being a little nervous as to how his players would come out and play in the opening match of Wednesday's Crown Point Sectional.
LOWELL | Michael Jindra is patient for his chance to pitch in a deep Valparaiso pitching corps.
LOWELL | Her team may be a little shorthanded for this weekend’s Twin Lakes Invitational, but Lowell’s Emma Littrell is looking forward to the approximate 60-mile trip south for another reason.
LOWELL | Much has been written and spoken about rivalries in sports. Hockey is fierce, especially now as one player checks another heavy into the boards. Football and basketball rivalries can be heated year round, too.
HAMMOND | It was an unlikely hero coming through for Times No. 6 Lowell in a non-conference tune-up as conference play heats up.
HOBART | The wind was howling on Thursday at Hobart, and it definitely affected the play in the Northwest Crossroads Conference game between Lowell and the host Brickies since plenty of balls were hit to the outfield.
CEDAR LAKE | On a chilly and windy Wednesday, Times No. 3 Hanover Central’s talented pitcher Ashley Yoways was nearly untouchable.
The softball doubleheader is over. The scrapes still burn. The muscle fatigue has its own pain. The tiredness in the head is also there.
As Lowell athletic director Patti McCormack started looking for the Red Devils' third basketball coach in four years, she had a list of what she hopes to find in the best candidate.
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