INDIANAPOLIS | Ten state records were broken at the state swimming and diving finals over the weekend at the IU Natatorium at IUPUI in Indianapolis.
Flu symptoms weakened Vanessa Krause the last few weeks, but she appeared to be much healthier in Friday's state finals prelims.
It was an exceptional night for Crown Point at the preliminaries of the state swimming and diving finals Friday at the Indiana University Natatorium in Indianapolis.
It’s always been a challenge for Hammond High to field a swimming team that can compete with suburban powers, but that hasn’t deterred longtime coach Sue Mathewson.
CROWN POINT | As the favorite to win the Crown Point Sectional on Saturday, Munster set itself up in excellent position to fulfill that likely prediction on Thursday.
HIGHLAND | Mary Beth Blocher had a good practice on Friday, but she came into Saturday's Northwest Crossroads Conference meet feeling muscle soreness all over her body.
INDIANAPOLIS | This was Olivia Kabacinski's day to seize.
Olivia Kabacinski has a chance today to erase a pair of near-misses from last season's IHSAA state finals.
Julia Campbell said she hasn't added height or seen a noticeable change in power with an increased training regimen.
Wheeler senior Danielle Radosevich was caught off guard with her performance in Tuesday's meet.
At five feet tall and 95 pounds, Chesterton sophomore swimmer Stephanie Krause doesn't appear to be powerful.
A stellar — and sometimes enjoyable — offseason has spurred Chesterton senior Olivia Kabacinski's early impressive marks in her final prep swimming campaign.
Even though time drops were at a premium during Friday night's IHSAA girls state swimming and diving prelims, Chesterton coach Kevin Kinel expects more speed in today's finals.
CROWN POINT | Coming in as a freshman who didn't quite know the ropes, Hannah Raspopovich knew she'd have enormous shoes to fill when her sister, Molly, was a senior during the 2008-09 school year.
Olivia Kabacinski has made a name for herself in distance events at the IHSAA state swimming and diving finals.
Where: Indiana University Natatorium at IUPUI, 901 W. New York St., Indianapolis.
Most of us don't associate swimming with winter -- unless we're day-dreaming or headed south for a vacation.
Chesterton swimming coach Kevin Kinel made it quite clear to me in the preseason that he thought rather highly of his freshmen classes.
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