Northwest Crossroads Conference
MERRILLVILLE | Parker Huttel has spent a lot of time in the summer from coast to coast, playing high level travel baseball.
HAMMOND | Bowman Academy has speed, athleticism and quickness that can't be duplicated.
VALPARAISO | One point, three fouls.
DELPHI | Rensselaer was hoping familiarity didn’t breed contempt from Delphi in the opening game of the Class 2A Rensselaer Sectional on Tuesday night.
MERRILLVILLE | Although he’s not planning to play basketball in college, Larry Crisler still has the clutch gene deep in his DNA.
When Munster junior Wilson Beckman was in middle school, he always looked up to the 2009 and 2010 Seahorses boys swimming teams.
ROCHESTER | Until Saturday night, the Kankakee Valley girls’ basketball program had never played in a regional championship game.
LOWELL | The weight coming off of Crown Point's shoulders was almost visible.
ROCHESTER | Few teams overachieved this season like the Griffith Panthers.
MISHAWAKA | While Merrillville couldn't keep the ball when it needed it, West Side used its speed-driven offense to impress.
Flint Powell Sr. saw an old high school buddy last week. He laughed and talked about the good old days when both played basketball at E.C. Central. Powell then said this to Abe Brown, the Cardinals' head coach.
Kankakee Valley's Bethany Jansma turned on the switch during winter break.
CEDAR LAKE | Andrean and Hanover Central both earned double-digit first-round victories, but the 59ers' 58-15 win over Calumet came a lot easier than the Wildcats' 57-44 victory over New Prairie.
LOWELL | Hunter Jusevitch is never not in season.
LOWELL | Melena Hernandez's comeback trail keeps growing longer and longer.
MUNSTER | It's before lunch. The fingers started dialing the number. Gary Hayes answered. The raging pulse could be felt on Friday morning.
HOBART | Zoe Wilson missed eight, maybe nine bunnies on the night. But the Hobart junior made the one that counted.
MERRILLVILLE | Lowell coach Nate Richie liked much of what he saw Friday night.
CROWN POINT | Thursday’s preliminaries at the Crown Point Sectional served as a dress rehearsal for Saturday’s finals.
GRIFFITH | Mother Nature did her best to delay the pivotal Northwest Crossroads Conference game between Griffith and Lowell after it was postponed twice.
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