Where Are They Now?
Tony Roberts remembers the day he was let go at WSOY radio in Decatur, Ill.
The look on Jim Sherer's face Saturday at Langel's Pizza in Highland was priceless.
Carl Buergler can still remember the silence on the other end of the phone when talking to former Purdue quarterback Drew Brees.
VALPARAISO | Dale Ciciora remembers the biggest challenge he got from his high school coach.
Gina and Jason Helbling remember the first time they met.
VALPARAISO | When Virgil Sweet and Dale Ciciora walked into a hot, empty Boucher Gym at Ben Franklin Middle School last week, they recalled the cold, January nights back in time.
Homewood-Flossmoor football coach Craig Buzea said that assistant coach Alexander Pratt brings more than knowledge of being a former head coach to the Vikings football program.
Former Clark and Calumet football coach Nick Voris jokes that he has the perfect way to keep in shape.
Like many success stories, Rich Kallok's coaching career started by coincidence.
HAMMOND | When Rich Blastic walks into a store or sees someone carrying drinks from a restaurant, a sense of pride comes over him.
Jeff Stur knew he would have to have some creativity if he wanted to work in the sports marketing and media relations field.
GARY | When former West Side boys basketball coach Ike Brown goes through his stacks of memorabilia, which includes several plaques on the wall of his home, the things that he cherishes the most are the letters he receives from his players.
Imagine having the chance to compete for a former Olympian?
Former Crown Point girls basketball standout Cassie Pruzin finds herself in unfamiliar sea of red these days.
Former T.F. South baseball coach Bill Anderson cannot help but to get on one of his former players.
Ken Rochlitz remembers the growing pains when he took over the Valparaiso University men's basketball program.
Harold Cox can't wait to return to Portage in August.
At 6-foot-7, Jim Poole looks like he can drive a golf ball straight down the fairway and nothing can keep him down.
Joe Rivich thought most people had forgotten him until he recently sold his house in East Chicago.
Glenn Noe remembers the day in 1969 when he dropped his oldest son Ricky off to Portage Pop Warner football practice at the field on Evergreen Avenue.
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