MERRILLVILLE | Angelo Madrigal sat in a classroom Sunday with some Merrillville players who instantly recognized the fierce Valparaiso High School linebacker.
ST. JOHN | By halftime, Gina Rubino had set a personal mark for 3-pointers in a game and had the support of her Lake Central girls basketball teammates to keep shooting.
VALPARAISO | Scoring the first 14 points of the game was a positive for Amy Govert. Watching her Merrillville girls basketball team miss 16 straight free throws was quite another.
ST. JOHN | Gelen Robinson rightfully has no recollection of the last time Lake Central won a sectional because it was in 1999.
ST. JOHN | When a mother talks about her daughter in a loving way, it will cause the average person to need a hanky. If they have a soul anyway.
MERRILLVILLE | Imagine a hungry hawk scanning the countryside, then spotting a pigeon and plucking it from the air like fuzz off a sweater.
MERRILLVILLE | This was Aaron Rodgers against the Glen Park Pop Warner -- George Clooney auditioning for a high school play.
MERRILLVILLE | It was a comedy of errors for both teams Friday at Demaree Stadium, but only Times No. 2 Merrillville could manage a smile after the haphazard Duneland Athletic Conference finale.
ST. JOHN | An intimidating, big-band, senior-night atmosphere with the right to the driver’s seat in the conference race did not deter DJ Wilkins or his teammates.
ST. JOHN | It hasn't been a piano. It's been a continent of pianos that has been on the back of Lake Central's football program.
ST. JOHN | It's something any high school football player in Indiana would love to do. To run out onto the football field in front of a standing-room-only crowd with a conference title on the line is what dreams are made of.
MERRILLVILLE | Crown Point's Scott Garcia found the opportune time to record his second goal of the season.
MUNSTER | Munster boys tennis coach Steve Lopez knows his team can play with anybody.
MUNSTER | Talk about your pressure situation.
VALPARAISO | With momentum clearly in Valparaiso’s favor and needing to travel nearly the entire field for a touchdown, the Merrillville offense got to work.
MERRILLVILLE | It was a night of good tennis, bad weather and lengthy delays.
MERRILLVILLE | Football is a game that teaches young men resilience, strength and perseverance.
CROWN POINT | It took a while, and it may have been frustrating, but Times No. 1 Crown Point finally pushed through a tough Merrillville defense to come out with a 2-0 win Wednesday.
MICHIGAN CITY | In the offseason, Bryant Isabell worked on turning around his reputation as a runner.
MERRILLVILLE | A three-minute stretch in the second quarter was all Merrillville needed to changes its fortune against Portage.
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