MORGAN TWP. | Guard play proved the difference on Wednesday as Eugene German and Jacob Bekelya each scored exactly 30 points in wins for 21st Century and Kouts, respectively, on the second night of the Morgan Township Class A sectional.
A kid shooting baskets in the driveway with his dad is the stuff of Indiana high school hoops lore.
KOUTS | Morgan Township coach Kevin Krieger has wanted more consistent play from his post players this season.
HEBRON | "Illustrious" is an adjective not often used to describe the history of athletics at Westville High School.
WESTVILLE | It was Silent Night Friday at Westville, but by the time the Blackhawks reached double figures, the home crowd's cue to cheer, there really wasn't much to yell about.
HAMMOND | Many old-timers say today's youth just don't listen to their elders anymore. Too busy with social media and other silly nonsense, it's been suggested.
There was a moment in Westville's recent game at Culver when coach Rob Walker knew Shawn Gerron had officially arrived as a point guard.
HAMMOND | Andrean coach Pete Reist was already a legend in Indiana high school soccer, but Wednesday night’s outcome certainly cemented his place among the elite.
UNION TWP. | Andrean failed to protect a two-goal halftime lead against Times No. 10 Hanover Central in Tuesday's second game of the Class A Wheeler girls soccer sectional.
Cali Young had no problem toting around Madisyn Walter for a few steps when the winning pitcher leaped into her catcher's arms moments after South Central won last Friday's Class A softball sectional championship.
Could a return to the Porter County Conference be in the offing for Westville?
UNION MILLS | Westville coach Gary Dick thought a lack of execution -- not effort --was the defining factor Wednesday afternoon.
BOURBON | Westville's slow-down game stymied Marquette for almost 3 1/2 quarters, but sophomore Tommy Anderson and his teammates found finally found their rhythm.
BOURBON | Glen Cole's only basket of the game could not have come at a better time for Westville.
As Hebron's magical season moves into March, its run is bringing back memories of past Hawks glory for an assistant coach at Westville.
LAKE STATION | Coming off a seven-point loss to Times No. 1 Bishop Noll on Saturday, Lake Station was eager to bounce back in big way.
Stuck playing catch-up after missing the first nine games last season, Kevin Stone never quite found his place in Westville's rotation.
UNION MILLS | South Central made fewer than 50 percent of its free throws Wednesday, but the Satellites made them when they were the most important.
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