Prep Track And Field
When you do what you love, you never work a day in your life.
After the Lowell Sectional last month, several girls were laughing and enjoying the atmosphere on the bleachers.
HOBART | It seemed that the Munster girls track team was about to lose its first conference meet since 1999.
WEST LAFAYETTE | Late April is a time for track coaches to assess their personnel and formulate a strategy for next month's state tournament series.
The National Federation of State High School Associations clarified and changed rules in softball and track and field at meetings last month.
When Amy Breyfogle watches her daughter Savanna Jackson toss the shot put and discus, she can't help but get a sense of deja vu.
If Justin Zosso and Peter Fouts could morph their individual talents, they would be an uber-pole vaulter capable of record heights.
At 6-foot-3, 285 pounds, Joey Little would be downright scary standing on the pitcher's mound.
Lake Central junior Glenn Robinson III has been invited to participate in the National Basketball Players Association's Top 100 basketball camp this summer.
The Indiana Basketball Coaches Association will honor Merrillville athletic director Janis Qualizza at its Spring Clinic on April 29-30 at Lawrence North High School.
Lake Central's Randy Trembacki won two individual events Saturday at the Lake Central All-Comers track and field meet.
The gift arrived a day after Christmas, but LSU throws coach Derek Yush undoubtedly didn't mind.
For someone who was always ahead of the pack in Indiana prep cross country and distance running during the 1970s, standing still has never been an option for Brad Rowe.
One of the qualities that makes Tori Bliss an accomplished student and three-sport athlete is the same trait that keeps the Portage senior-to-be from ever being content with her achievements.
Portage senior-to-be Tori Bliss won the shot put national title at Friday's New Balance Outdoor Nationals at North Carolina A&T University in Greensboro.
BLOOMINGTON | Jarvis McMillian accomplished something that no other boys athlete in IHSAA history has done on Saturday night.
AJ Mast | The Times Hobart junior Jarvis McMillian competes in the 200 meters on Saturday in Bloomington. He would win the event, capping arguably the greatest day in IHSAA boys track state finals history as McMillian became the first boy to win the 100, 200 and 400.
AJ Mast | The Times Bowman Academy's Cornelius Strickland, front, and Valparaiso's Michael Perkins compete in the 400-meter relay on Saturday.
IHSAA BOYS TRACK AND FIELD STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS
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