VALPARAISO | Bobby Jacobs is known for his stoic presence on the course, but Valparaiso coach Wayne Lichtenberger noticed his senior golfer cracking a few more smiles Friday morning.
CALUMET TWP. | As the loud Calumet Fieldhouse saw the clock winding down in the fourth quarter, Bishop Noll coach Drew Trost had one thing to say.
HAMMOND | Some things never change.
MICHIGAN CITY | Grace Connelly won a state championship as a freshman and has designs on another as a senior.
LAKEVILLE | Marquette’s boys soccer team has a knack for winning close games against Boone Grove this season.
HAMMOND | Andrean coach Pete Reist was already a legend in Indiana high school soccer, but Wednesday night’s outcome certainly cemented his place among the elite.
HOBART | With the score tied 2-2 and a super tiebreaker on the line, Wheeler’s Lucas Jessen had one thought.
LAKE STATION | North Newton senior Jake Koselke certainly didn't come into Tuesday's Greater South Shore Conference quad expecting to run the best race of his life.
VALPARAISO | Maybe it was Friday's sub-60 temperatures and gray skies? It could have also been Chesterton coach Kent Butler's "talk" after Wednesday's seventh-place finish at the Duneland Athletic Conference meet.
BOURBON | Yeo, that hurts.
BOURBON | Westville's slow-down game stymied Marquette for almost 3 1/2 quarters, but sophomore Tommy Anderson and his teammates found finally found their rhythm.
BOURBON | Glen Cole's only basket of the game could not have come at a better time for Westville.
Lake Station negated Marquette's size advantage with pressure defense, turning the Blazers over in a 57-42 Greater South Shore Conference tournament semifinal victory Saturday in Michigan City.
UNION TOWNSHIP | New coach Tom Johnson inherited an inexperienced team at Wheeler, 2010's Class 2A state champion.
VALPARAISO | Logan Bertalan played Friday's round at the Valparaiso Sectional with a heavy heart, but the Vikings' junior still found a few reasons to crack a smile.
Jack Clancy might have started to play basketball when he could barely crawl, but he made the walk over to golf after he received a free golf lesson voucher at a hoops camp.
MICHIGAN CITY | In the beginning of what is sure to be an intense rivalry for the next three years, Chesterton's Kelly Grassel took round one over Valparaiso's Harley Dubsky.
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