Fans from all over Northwest Indiana showed their team spirit by rooting for their favorite high school football teams Friday night.
Munster 27, Lake Central 9
Penn 49, Valparaiso 7
CEDAR LAKE | Prior to the championship round of Saturday’s Lake County Wrestling Tournament, Lake Central owned just a 10.5-point lead on host Hanover Central.
The Times Region Roundball Rumble is set to celebrate its 14th year of high school hoops this Tuesday at the Hammond Civic Center.
EAST CHICAGO | Gonzalo Romo came to Monday night's sectional opener ready to play.
The Greater South Shore Conference will have a new member in the fall of 2015.
PORTAGE | One big inning was all the Chesterton baseball team needed on Friday.
A last-second shot by Andrean's Josh James gave the Niners a thrilling 67-65 win over rivals Bishop Noll Friday night.
The Times' Preseason All-Area Boys Basketball Team recently gathered at The Fieldhouse in Merrillville for their annual team photo and portrait.
Crown Point rolled over Merrillville, 42-21, winning their first sectional title since 2006.
Despite a 5-6 finish to a topsy-turvy season, optimism abounds at Chesterton, where the Trojans return nearly their entire defense and the explosive offensive combination of quarterback Chris Katsafaros and wingback Joe Troop.
Crown Point's defense registered an early safety, helping the Bulldogs upend Valparaiso.
The Pirates rushed for 271 yards, taking the sectional over Duneland Athletic Conference opponent Lake Central, 30-24.
The Times' Jim Peters and Steve Hanlon analyze this week's top high school football games, focusing on the Griffith-Andrean matchup.
The Friday Night Insight crew talks discusses the Lake County games, focusing on Hobart-Andrean, in Week 5 of the high school football season.
The Friday Night Insight crew talks discusses the Porter County games, focusing on Wheeler-South Central, in Week 5 of the high school football season.
Lake Central's Teryn Solan went to state as a sophomore in the 500 freestyle, but was limited by a bout of bronchitis last year right before the sectional.
Lake Central's Teryn Solan is following brother in the flippers of older brother, Jon, who was also a swimmer for the Indians. Unlike Jon, Teryn's strength is in the distances.
INDIANAPOLIS | The state Supreme Court will decide whether the Indiana High School Athletic Association acted unfairly when it ruled a standout girls basketball player ineligible after she changed schools following a foreclosure on the family's home.
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