LAPORTE | With Kelly Kennedy icing her back on a picnic table, the rest of the Valparaiso girls tennis team had no choice but to play a little harder.
An injury to the sacroiliac joint in her pelvis left Kelly Kennedy wondering if she would even make it to the prep tennis court this spring.
The first thing you notice about Josh Marciniak is the long, flowing mane of blonde hair that he started growing out last year.
CROWN POINT | Every time Valparaiso punched, Times No. 2 Crown Point punched back one run harder.
Rachel Willing remembers sitting in the stands watching her big brother Collin play tennis for Valparaiso.
ST. JOHN | In the third inning, Lake Central shortstop Brenden Seren hit a ball that seemed to take a long, slow fall toward the left-field fence.
Chesterton No. 1 singles player Meg Modesto gave track a whirl when she was in seventh grade.
Baking cookies, going to the beach or simply relaxing.
RENSSELAER | During the trophy presentation at Saturday’s Rensselaer Invitational, Bombers coach Jeff Phillips asked victorious Valparaiso how many were seniors -- already knowing the answer.
VALPARAISO | Lake Central’s Rhett Barker played the role of spoiler for host Valparaiso at Saturday’s Aberdeen Classic.
HIGHLAND | Michigan City took home the trophy for the Highland Doubles Invitational Saturday, but it was the host's top duo that took all the attention.
I didn't grow up in Valparaiso, so I'm not familiar with Dale Gott.
PORTAGE | Like most teams, the lousy April weather has greatly limited Valparaiso's quality of practice.
Caitlin Kennedy is enjoying her time at No. 1 singles for Valparaiso, but she also wants twin sister Kelly to return to health.
For all you knuckle-draggers crawling out of your caves, here is a sentence for you. And for all you Nike-wearing troglodytes, this applies to you, too.
VALPARAISO | Joe Otis has done a little bit of everything in his coaching career, so the move the Valparaiso coach made Tuesday night shouldn't come as any surprise.
VALPARAISO | With a hearty south breeze roaring out toward Valparaiso's cozy left field, there was a premium on pitch location Saturday.
GARY | Munster was playing its seventh baseball game in eight days and Valparaiso was playing its first of the season.
MOROCCO | On a cold Tuesday afternoon Wheeler junior pitcher Nickole Finch was throwing nothing but heat against host North Newton.
CROWN POINT | Had there been some snow on the ground, the Bulldogs would have easily melted it with their hot bats and laser shots Tuesday.
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