Lowell Red Devils
MERRILLVILLE | Friday night’s regular season finale between Lowell and host Merrillville came down to the wire – three times.
LOWELL | The weight coming off of Crown Point's shoulders was almost visible.
INDIANAPOLIS | When the sole aim is to wrestle under the spotlight on the center mat, it's not easy to retrieve the mojo for a consolation match.
LOWELL | West Side’s offense was clicking on all cylinders from the opening tip of Saturday’s Class 4A sectional title game against Lowell, and freshman Dana Evans played a big role in that.
LOWELL | With two minutes left in Friday's Lowell Sectional semifinal, West Side junior Tinon Hunter stole the ball, ripping it from the hands of Lake Central's Lindsay Kusbel and scored.
LOWELL | There was one singular reason to drive to Lowell on Friday night. It was to take in the West Side-Lake Central Class 4A sectional semifinal showdown.
LOWELL | Hunter Jusevitch is never not in season.
LOWELL | Melena Hernandez's comeback trail keeps growing longer and longer.
CROWN POINT | Several wrestlers came into Saturday's Crown Point Regional with payback in mind, and three of them exacted it.
MERRILLVILLE | Lowell coach Nate Richie liked much of what he saw Friday night.
GRIFFITH | Mother Nature did her best to delay the pivotal Northwest Crossroads Conference game between Griffith and Lowell after it was postponed twice.
CROWN POINT | Crown Point senior Josh Fuqua was relaxed standing mat side in his sweats about 45 minutes after his upset victory at 138 pounds Saturday.
LOWELL | Times No. 3 Munster is still the top dog in the Northwest Crossroads Conference.
LOWELL | Region hoops fans have been talking about this since the middle of November. On paper, it seemed, Lowell's Red Devils had a shot to end Munster's freak-show streak in the Northwest Crossroads Conference boys basketball.
One Hundred-and-Ten percent.
LOWELL | Kankakee Valley has been waiting for this. Andrew Schulties has been waiting for this, too.
HIGHLAND | Alyssa Kikalos can admit it now.
Nate Richie was ahead of every boys basketball coach in Indiana on Nov. 11. The skipper of the Lowell Red Devils already had what every other coach in the state was looking for.
LOWELL | It's hard to keep a good man down. It's even harder to keep a great player down.
VALPARAISO | Lowell's Run'n Red Devils got their nickname historically by never turning down a shot they didn't like.
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