Olivia McCafferty doesn’t think she’s very tough, but her soccer coaches would beg to differ. According to head coach Chad Roggow, the Boone Grove senior has footwork that gives her control over games and makes her a “big impact player” for the Wolves.
Ben Savage’s work ethic might be the most powerful weapon in his arsenal this cross country season. The Morgan Township sophomore has some big goals on his agenda for this fall, and coach Mike Grennes has no doubt that Savage’s hard work can take his competitiveness to the next level.
There aren’t too many types of injuries that Hebron’s Lexie Schatz hasn’t experienced. Throughout her athletic career, the senior cross country runner has had surgery on both of her knees, tendonitis, hip and neck complications, and scoliosis. Despite her medical history, her love of running…
When Wheeler’s Jack Hibbard first started playing tennis, his racket was bigger than he was.
It’s going to be hard not to notice senior Kenyotta Rollins on the football field this season. Not just because the Portage defensive end is 6 feet tall and weighs 220 pounds, but because he’s got a lot he wants accomplished by the end of his senior year and he’s not planning on letting anyt…
Ivette Muzquiz doesn’t need any help keeping a full schedule. On top of her volleyball season, the Kouts senior competes on the Fillies soccer squad, works at “The Depot” ice cream parlor, and studies hard enough to make straight A’s in school. Muzquiz says she hopes her involvements outside…
The Times' Jim Peters and Hillary Smith preview the 2013 high school baseball season.
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