- 1 2 injured in crash on U.S. 6 in Jackson Township
- 2 This bites: Emerging breed of mosquito is more aggressive
- 3 Task force releases details in fatal shooting of M'ville officer
- 4 Tri-Creek, Crown Point, Merrillville schools close Monday to accommodate funeral traffic
- 5 Schultz funeral procession route details
Valparaiso School Board meets Sept. 18.
Good coaching and a great playbook can make all the difference in the world for a winning football team. Fail to create a sound game plan, and you’re likely to miss opportunities and fall behind.
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Munster's Tyler Keslin, right, won the individual title at Saturday's Lowell Invitational. Wheeler's Joel O'Shea was second.
Boys runners trek through the wooded area of the course at Saturday's Lowell Invitational.
Munster's Tyler Keslin, left, and Ryan Kritzer placed first and third, respectively, at Saturday's Lowell Invitational.
Girls runners from Highland and Hobart trek through some muddy terrain at the beginning of the Lowell Invitational on Saturday morning.
LaPorte's Kailee Schoof, left, and Portage's Kyra Ball placed first and second, respectively, at Saturday's Lowell Invitational.
LaPorte's Kailee Schoof was an individual champion at Saturday's Lowell Invitational.
Girls runners make it down a hill and try to get out of the forest during Saturday morning' Lowell Invitational.
Munster's Tyler Keslin, right, and Wheeler's Joel O'Shea lead the pack of runners through the first turn at Saturday's Lowell Invitational. Keslin and O'Shea finished 1-2.
Girls runners navigate the second turn of the course Saturday at the Lowell Invitational.
LaPorte's Kailee Schoof won the girls race Saturday at the Lowell Invitational.
Boys runners sprint to the front of the pack Saturday during the Lowell Invitational.
Munster's Tyler Keslin, right, and teammate Ryan Kritzer lead runners through the woods Saturday morning at the Lowell Invitational. Keslin, Wheeler's Joel O'Shea, middle, and Kritzer took the top three spots.
Johnny Williams breaks free for the Kougars and shoves his Brickie defender to the ground Friday night.
Hobart's Zach Satterfield tries to shake off Kankakee Valley's Tyler Kinney Friday night in a Northwest Crossroads Conference matchup.
Hobart's Zach Satterfield looks to split the Kougars' defense Friday night in a Northwest Crossroads Conference matchup.
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