Morgan Township Cherokees
MORGAN TOWNSHIP | Kankakee Valley jumped out to a big first-half lead against Morgan Township on Saturday, and when the Cherokees rallied in the third quarter, the Kougars had the answer.
PORTER TWP. | Winning never gets old.
For Hailey Haveck, standing still is never an option.
Hailey Haveck is a freshman on the Morgan Township cross country team. She finished ninth in the Class A race at the New Prairie Invitational last Saturday.
As a freshman, Ben Savage didn't need a watch. He had Alec Kostelnik.
MORGAN TOWNSHIP | All Alexa Kartje has been looking for over the last two years has been an opportunity to play the game that she loves.
FULTON | When Jason Dorshorst rolled the dice with Ryan Klikus against Washington Township in the sectional, it came up seven.
It was third or fourth grade. Bailly Elementary School classmates Ryan Klikus and Zac Ryan were working on their multiplication skills. To make studying a little more interesting, they put 60 seconds on a timer to see who would get done first.
WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP | No one really wanted to say it, but last Wednesday's 1-0 victory by Morgan Township over state-ranked No. 3 and host Washington Township was really the championship game in this Class A sectional.
WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP | Once Joe Dougherty got a lead, his confidence grew along with his ability to hit the strike zone.
LACROSSE | One big inning was all Morgan Township needed to stay alive in the Class A softball sectional.
After qualifying for state in the long jump as a sophomore, Isaiah Thomas primed himself for a bigger splash last spring.
If you put every pitch Joe Dougherty has thrown to Adam Rettinger end-to-end, it would probably stretch from Morgan Township to Lafayette.
FULTON | Morgan Township grew accustomed to pain this season, so as they filed toward the bus to travel for a consolation pizza lunch, no one showed any signs of hurt.
When Eric Braden had his pre-season meeting with Adam Rettinger, the new Morgan Township coach didn't make any grand promises.
CHESTERTON | Crown Point's gymnastics team proved that consistency goes a long way as the Bulldogs continued to make themselves at home while on the road.
UNION MILLS | South Central was mired in a three-game losing streak, but Satellites girls basketball coach Rick Budka still saw smiles on the faces of his players before Saturday's game against Morgan Township.
PORTER TOWNSHIP | Before Saturday's Porter County Conference Tournament championship game, Boone Grove coach Candy Wilson said her team had one main objective: Stop Trina Coleman.
WHITING | Whiting was held to its lowest offensive performance of the season and Brianna Blackwell was kept to four points.
Whiting players jump for a rebound against Morgan Township.
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