HAMMOND | Bowman Academy has speed, athleticism and quickness that can't be duplicated.
HAMMOND | Neither West Side nor Hammond wants to limp into the boys basketball postseason, but a sluggish first half of Friday's season finale left both coaches shaking their heads after the game.
GARY | When it comes to public school basketball in Gary, West Side is still the big cat in the yard.
GARY | The 34-degree weather would be forgotten if the Lew Wallace-Roosevelt game would have been played outside on Friday night.
GRIFFITH | One glaring statistic stands out in Wednesday’s Class 3A Griffith Sectional first-round game between Gavit and Lew Wallace.
CHESTERTON | West Side’s girls basketball program has a bright future.
GARY | It’s called living up to the hype.
DeJah Joshua's journey to the University of Houston began when the first person told her that she couldn't achieve a goal.
Last year: 17-4, (2-0 NWC)
EAST CHICAGO | It was power vs. speed. Blue-collar vs. speed. Lunch buckets vs. speed.
GARY | It’s been a tumultuous week for the West Side football team, with the IHSAA probing its facilities and ruling it unfit for hosting a sectional game.
GARY | West Side didn't dwell on last week's last-second loss to Morton.
GARY | You can be up to your chin straps in Division I recruits, but if you don't play lock-down defense, your postseason will be shorter than alligator arms.
EAST CHICAGO | E.C. Central might have been somewhat unfocused Friday night to start its homecoming matchup against Lew Wallace, but the Cardinals eventually found their rhythm en route to a 34-0 victory over the Hornets.
GARY | West Side has been racking up the points, going without huddles and throwing the ball all over the field since the season began.
GARY | Tashon Rogers and Gavit had a therapeutic fifth game of the season Friday, coming off three straight losses and being shut out twice in three weeks.
MERRILLVILLE | Matt DeSomer turned the ball over three times on Times No. 1 Andrean's first three drives Friday at Father Eckert Stadium.
HOBART | Jon'Vea Johnson, Lonnie Johnson and Ramone Atkins put on their version of “The Greatest Show on Turf” at the Brickyard on Friday.
GARY | This is a story Hollywood could be interested in: a young, aspiring teenage football player in a broken, urban environment decides to stay home to play high school football instead of fleeing to the bright lights and pep bands of the suburbs.
MUNSTER | Antonio Majstorov just needed to calm down.
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