TIPTON | It wasn’t how Rensselaer wanted its season to end Friday night at Tipton.
TIPTON | Apparently, Rensselaer's going to have to keep pounding on the semistate door before the Bombers can knock it down.
When the Rensselaer coaching staff huddled over the summer about switching to a five-man defensive front, coach Chris Meeks knew he needed a good nose tackle to make it work.
You'll find his name on Rensselaer's football roster. He's listed as No. 3, a 5-foot-9, 160-pound senior running back-defensive back.
As bus rides go, there are no short trips in the Hoosier Conference for Rensselaer, ranging from a 45-minute hike to Twin Lakes to a two-hour trek to Tipton.
It's hard to under-value what Austin Hooker means to the Tipton offense.
RENSSELAER | Moments after Rensselaer’s resounding 24-0 win over Bremen on Friday night, much of the student body formed a huge circle in the middle of Harrsion Field to do Bomber jacks with the team.
RENSSELAER | There's no truth to the rumor that Bremen's massive offensive line had to stop at a weigh station on the way to Emory Harrison Field for Friday's Class 2A Regional.
On the football field, success is measured by yards and points kept track of on scoreboards by people like Steve Roberts.
It's common in smaller towns like Rensselaer, where the community wraps its arms around the high school football team.
EAST CHICAGO | Rarely does one play determine the outcome of a football game.
EAST CHICAGO | After Dalton Souders blocked not one, but two punts on the same play in Rensselaer's game against Lafayette Central Catholic on Oct. 11, the feat gained national acclaim that's yet to fade.
It's been said that early childhood helps prepare a man for the rest of his life. This truth has been relevant for Bowman Academy junior linebacker Malcolm Gibbs.
It was June. Hot. Rensselaer's Ab Kiger was in the one place on the planet where he loves to be most, a football field.
NORTH JUDSON | Rensselaer amassed 252 yards passing in Friday night’s 43-14 thrashing of North Judson in a Class 2A Sectional 33 semifinal game at Liberty Field.
RENSSELAER | With more than 400 yards of offense and five takeaways on defense, Times No. 5 Rensselaer rolled to a 52-19 sectional opening victory Friday night over Bishop Noll.
DEMOTTE | With about a minute to go, the Andrean boys soccer team’s starters, long after being pulled from the game, gave 24th-year head coach Pete Reist an early bath.
DEMOTTE | Boone Grove has taken its girls soccer fans on a roller-coaster ride this season, and the biggest loops and twists came Saturday when the Wolves' faithful burned plenty of calories standing, anticipating and slapping thighs in frustration over a miss.
DEMOTTE | Bishop Noll sophomore Steven Matura picked an opportune time to score his first varsity goal in Wednesday’s semifinal game at the Class A Covenant Christian Sectional.
When you do what you love, you never work a day in your life.
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