MUNSTER | Highland’s Clay Keltner was locked into a rhythm. For 6 2/3 innings, the Trojans ace was cruising through Lake Central’s lineup.
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.
Michael Leyendecker nervously waited in the press box Thursday night. The final results of the Crown Point Sectional in boys track and field were being compiled.
GRIFFITH | Beating Morton in baseball in 2014 isn’t easy.
HAMMOND | Two years ago, Cody Earl spent the baseball season sitting on the Morton bench in pain.
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.
Spencer Greer said he can finally tell his daughter Amy that he has caught up with her.
EAST CHICAGO | Morton drawing perennial power Munster in the sectional opener doesn't seem fair, does it?
Even the most casual of prep sports fans around the area will immediately associate Morton High School with its now-traditionally successful football team.
Alex Coriano built off one moment in in his wrestling career.
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 | Morton never quit despite trailing for the entire first half of the opening game of the Lowell Sectional on Tuesday night.
HAMMOND | Chesterton made 26-of-32 free throws; Chris Palombizio scored 31 points, and three other Trojans scored at least 12 as Chesterton topped Morton 75-64 Wednesday night.
Last year: 10-11, 4-2 (GLAC)
HAMMOND | Martayveus Carter wasn't about to turn in his E.C. Central football helmet and pads for the final time Friday night. His heroic effort on both sides of the ball proved he was ready to carry his team in the biggest game of his high school career.
MUNSTER | Blaire Barnett and her Munster teammates never look past an opponent.
HAMMOND | The entrance to Maury Zlotnik Field greeted entrants to Friday’s game with a message that read, “Welcome to Our Magic Kingdom.”
West Side coach Jason Johnson, right, will meet with the IHSAA today as the Cougars' field will be checked to see if it is in shape to host the sectional opener. Lowell has offered to host the game.
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