Northwest Crossroads Conference
Mackenzie DeMars has overcome a lot as a three-year varsity starter at goalie.
GRIFFITH | What makes a great athlete, no matter what the sport, is understanding when your opponent is keying on you, then making adjustments.
MUNSTER | It's not often the game MVP is a given before halftime. But Munster's Jeff Proctor was that good Friday night.
HOBART | Andrean had to skip its turn in the hosting rotation with Hobart last year when a lighting malfunction moved their annual Northwest Crossroads Conference match to the Brickyard on the afternoon of the game.
MUNSTER | Region sports crazies have had a misconception about athletics at Munster in recent years. This thought error generally dribbles around the following thought.
HIGHLAND | It's no secret that Lowell is going to do nothing but run right down defender's throats on just about every offensive play the Red Devils are on the field. That's simply the Lowell way.
WHEATFIELD | Kankakee Valley was up and down and in Friday’s 35-10 Northwest Crossroads Conference win over Griffith.
ST. JOHN | There were familiar feelings all around Friday’s Lake Central girls golf sectional, where the Indians edged Crown Point 332-337 to win a third-straight championship.
It's been more than 30 years since Tim Adams ran for New Prairie, but some things don't fade with time.
CHESTERTON | Extended offensive lulls were routinely interrupted by strong feats of athleticism, as Times No. 5 Kankakee Valley and No. 2 Chesterton played to a 2-2 tie in girls soccer Thursday.
GRIFFITH | Highland has a deep bench, rotating players in and out every few minutes.
MUNSTER | Munster coach Jim Prasopoulos sometimes doesn't even know what version of his team will show up.
LOWELL | It was 45 degrees on a soggy course at the start of the Lowell Invitational on Saturday morning.
MERRILLVILLE | Bad weather was forecasted by "experts" Friday night at Times No. 1 Andrean, as in a deluge of points raining down on No. 4 Munster.
WHEATFIELD | Kankakee Valley’s offensive weapons were on full display on Friday night at Fred Jones Field.
VALPARAISO | Defense is the name of the game for Times No. 4 Munster, but it's not yet translated into enough wins for coach Valerie Pflum.
ST. JOHN | Tarah Hamby took a long, arcing pass, let it bounce in front of her, let her teammate collide with a Griffith player, shaked, baked, bounced a soft shot off the Panthers’ goalkeeper and put back the deflection for a goal.
On Sept. 13, 2013, something more than a football game took place at Munster High School. It was a side note to what the scoreboard said.
"Friday night football is a religion here in Lowell."
MUNSTER | A matchup of the area’s last two remaining teams from the 2013 state tournament took a back seat to tears and stunned silence Wednesday night before finishing briskly.
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