Where Are They Now
Reavis H.S. football coach Tim Zasada is a Hammond High grad who has coached football and girls basketball teams to success on both sides of the state line.
Jessica DeMory has always liked a challenge and met it head on.
When opportunity knocked for soccer player Joey Catrino, little did he know it would lead him on a journey halfway across the world.
Former Bishop Noll standout Rich Suchanuk wanted to make a difference in his community.
Former Valparaiso High School and University of Arkansas swimmer Dr. Kattie Allen has exemplified that athletes can have great success out of the field of competition.
Nick Crnkovich never wanted to be in the spotlight as a prep football coach.
Anyone who knows about the lore of Hoosier Hysteria knows about tiny Milan's upset of Muncie Central in the 1954 Indiana state basketball championship at Butler (now Hinkle) Fieldhouse.
Hunter Atkins still has the basketball when he scored 50 points against Lake Central in 1987.
Raymond Cross remembers coming out of a store after buying several bottles of soda pop and seeing a man dealing drugs in front of the store.
Former East Chicago Washington and Purdue basketball star Phil Dawkins has enjoyed the California sunshine and lifestyle for the last 30 years.
Santos "Saint" Jimenez jokes that he has lived a "sainted" life.
Matthew Prusiecki draws on his experience in the classroom and on the football field in his office as a school superintendent.
Matthew Prusiecki draws on his experience in the classroom and on the football field to his office as a school superintendent.
Casey Taylor spent her Saturday working and looking out over 109,000 fans.
Ed Schoenfelt said he learned a little about Huck Finn and Tom Sawyer from his days as a teacher in Hannibal, Mo.
Back in the mid-1970s, Rich Valavicius was Hammond High basketball's superstar, an all-state forward who averaged 17.7 points per game and was recruited by Bobby Knight.
Jeff Dillingham can still remember pitching for Lowell, winning the program's first regional title in 1993.
Jamie Menzyk is often asked why she plays women's professional football.
Bobby Pesavento knows the mentality needed to play in big-time football games.
An injury sidetracked her 1984 Olympic dreams, but not her passion or enthusiasm for the sport.
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