MERRILLVILLE | Carson Cunningham knows his future will now have his beloved region pizza frozen and sent to him via the U.S. Postal service.
As first reported on www.nwi.com, Ron Ashlaw, who coached Waukegan and star Jereme Richmond to second- and third-place finishes in the 2009 and 2010 Class 4A state basketball tournaments, will be presented to the District 206 board Monday as Bloom Township's new boys basketball coach.
HAMMOND | Apparently the postseason isn’t over.
The message was played on the video board at Peoria's Carver Arena throughout the weekend.
Reverse the curse: Andrean became the first Lake County team since Roosevelt in 2003 to win a Class 3A regional in Plymouth.
BOURBON | Two years in IHSAA purgatory, a sectional runner-up finish and a sectional championship.
MICHIGAN CITY | Merrillville entered Saturday 10-1 in games decided by eight points or less. Good teams do that.
HAMMOND | In the realm of common, angry, flying insects, only bees lose their stingers and die.
WINAMAC | Boone Grove coach Matt McKay believed that senior Dean Hill would be the key to the sectional title game against Winamac.
KOUTS | If it had a choice, Gary 21st Century would have ran to Kouts instead of taking a bus.
WHEATFIELD | Rarely does Andrean not come ready to play. And Saturday was no exception. The Times No. 4 Andrean was locked in and played with high intensity from the outset Saturday in the Class 3A Kankakee Valley Sectional championship game against Hanover Central.
CULVER | Clay Yeo won a sectional title for Triton on Saturday night. The Valparaiso-bound senior scored 32 points and grabbed 10 rebounds in the Trojans' 47-46 win against Marquette.
KOUTS | Louis Brown's veins matched the temperature gauge on Friday night at 28 degrees.
WHEATFIELD | The Kankakee Valley Class 3A Sectional is evolving into the Andrean Invitational.
OAK FOREST | Deland Deere and the Meteors are made for just this type of game.
LANSING | For two quarters, T.F. South hung tough with Crete-Monee, fighting tooth and nail to prevent the Warriors from taking a big lead.
VALPARAISO | The week got off to a tough start for Valparaiso senior John Mosser.
CHESTERTON | Matt Holba had a quiet first three quarters for Chesterton on Friday night, but turned things up a notch in the fourth quarter.
MICHIGAN CITY | Almost every shot was contested. Almost every pass had to be crisp and on the money.
HAMMOND | Anfernee Brown had plenty of motivation for Friday night's game against Bishop Noll.
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