West Side Cougars
MUNSTER | Antonio Majstorov just needed to calm down.
Lonnie Johnson had a tough decision in middle school. He felt like his future hung in the balance. His choice could determine it all.
HIGHLAND | The Lowell offense was explosive in a 10-0 win in the Class 4A sectional opener over host Highland Tuesday.
The courtship lasted awhile, but the date with destiny for West Side wide receiver Lonnie Johnson and Ohio State was confirmed.
GARY | Paco Jordan allowed 10 runs to the opponent, so it was fitting that he was up with a chance to drive in his team’s 11th.
GARY | The legacy of high school basketball in Gary doesn't have a close second.
GARY | With Hoosier Hysteria right around the corner, teams are making their final preparations for a deep postseason run.
There were some bumps early but West Side's Arnold Wilson didn't let the beginning define who he is.
MERRILLVILLE | Few are those who would want to play Andrean boys basketball coach Carson Cunningham in a game of poker. Especially after his Times No. 4 59ers eked out a nervous 48-43 win over visiting West Side.
MUNSTER | Munster has had a great boys basketball team for the past decade. The one thing that separates these Mustangs and all the others is their ability to hit a 3-pointer.
MUNSTER | Lake Central’s game plan against West Side was simpler than X's and O's.
GARY | What’s old is new again in the wrestling state tournament.
EAST CHICAGO | West Side coach Murray Richards knew his team would have to do well at the charity stripe. Especially since The Times No. 10 Cougars were playing big-time rival on the road in East Chicago.
GARY | This used to be a crown jewel of Hoosier Hysteria. A bright fire burning on cold winter nights.
GARY | Murray Richards had a perfect game plan heading into Friday night's Gary Holiday Tournament championship game on West Side's home floor.
GARY | DeJah Joshua loves the game of basketball. The junior guard from West Side proved it on Friday afternoon.
INDIANAPOLIS | Davon Dillard walked to the bench with about five minutes left in the fourth quarter on Friday night. He didn't get much love from his coach.
INDIANAPOLIS | So the drive was long and cold. The overnight rest was in a strange bed.
MUNSTER | Experience can get you far in a basketball season, but talent and athleticism is something even the legendary Rod Fisher cannot coach.
GARY | In the same gym that produced last year's magical season, Times No. 1 Lake Central was fighting for its life Wednesday night. To say the game against host West Side was in doubt would be an understatement.
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