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Jason Tsirtsis is taken off where he left off at Crown Point.
MUNSTER | Let’s just say on a freezing Saturday afternoon, Munster enjoyed a cup of Joe.
The University of Saint Francis (Fort Wayne) football team had its season come to an end Saturday in a 28-14 loss to the University of Cumberlands in the quarterfinals of the NAIA Football Championship Series.
GARY | It was home, sweet home for Holy Cross junior Alajowon Edwards on Saturday afternoon.
Turkey and football go hand in hand. Keep that in mind when you're channel surfing with a plate of food Thursday.
Griffith true freshman Austin Brown had four tackles and Homewood- Flossmoor product Denzel Wilkins added three as Wabash beat rival DePauw 38-21 Saturday in the annual Monon Bell Classic in front of close to 8,000 fans in Greencastle.
It’s funny how things work out sometimes. Bob Bartolomeo was a “hockey guy” back in the day. That was his first love and passion growing up in Gary on Seventh Avenue and Ohio Street.
Jeff Barker wasn’t looking to come home, but is sure glad he did.
Ashleigh Ellenwood brought Arkansas women's soccer to new heights this season.
Daniel Bedoy is blue collar to the bone. That’s why he’ll fit in perfectly coaching wrestling at blue-collar Griffith.
The University of Indianapolis football team proved to be road warriors Saturday, holding off host St. Joseph’s 27-24 in Rensselaer.
HIGHLAND | It was a tale of two halves Friday night.
Mention Northwest Indiana to Wabash coach Erik Raeburn and he might invite himself over for dinner.
The good hands award might be in Aaron Knight’s future.
GRIFFITH | It was a regular season to forget at Griffith.
Kourtney Berry isn't a name dropper. But it’s his play, not his words doing it.
UNION TWP. | It wasn’t exactly Alex Praschak’s 15 minutes of fame, but the Wheeler sophomore took advantage of all the time she got at Saturday’s Class A Wheeler Regional.
HIGHLAND | Nick Bokun wanted a steak dinner.
Ike Spearman is making his presence known on the college football scene.
HIGHLAND | How fitting Halloween is right around the corner. The tricks started early for Lake Central.
MUNSTER | Opportunity knocked, and Tyler Hopkins and Isaac James answered Friday night.
She’s back at it again.
HIGHLAND | It’s not very often you see teams licking their chops seeing Griffith on the schedule, but you could say Highland was looking for more than a four-course meal Friday night.
GRIFFITH | Angel Escobedo walked into a packed Bridges Scoreboard Restaurant on Saturday night to a standing ovation.
Hamden, Connecticut is a long way from the region, but Emma Ogden is feeling right at home at Quinnipiac University.
Boone Grove’s Trevor Spangenberg has three shutouts in goal and has helped the Missouri State Bears to a 4-2-1 start to the season.
Good thing Angel Escobedo doesn’t take a day off from training. You never know when your phone might ring.
The saying of “never give up,” obviously never crossed the mind of former Lake Central running star Rachel Zajac.
The stage never seems to be too big for Crete-Monee's Laquon Treadwell.
Chris Rudenga proved he was a true scholar athletic at Grand Valley State University.
Call it a season to remember for Manchester College’s Jordan Nieman.
Talk about a long time coming.
Lew Wallace grad Robert Gardner was named the Great Lakes Valley Conference’s men’s Track Athlete of the Year after he guided the University of Indianapolis to its fourth straight conference title.
Whiting’s Mel Dumezich was honored with a Distinguished Lettermen’s Award at the Texas A&M CHAMPS Banquet this past week.
Merrillville football coach Zac Wells was inducted into the St. Joseph’s College Sports Hall of Fame on Saturday.
Sometimes change can be a good thing. Just ask Portage’s Tori Bliss.
Sometimes it’s hard to impress your coach. That hasn’t been the case with Andrean’s Katie Klyczek.
Indiana University has been on a roll. You could say Dustin DeMuth and Scott Donley have provided a lot of the butter.
Michigan is back where it started, thanks to Chesterton’s Kyle Whitaker.
There’s lights out. Then there’s Adam Norton. Both have been hand-in-hand in South Bend.
Call it one last dip for Lowell’s Bridgette Ruehl.
Jerel Flournoy and Robert Gardner ended the indoor track season with a bang this weekend.
Whiting’s Mel Dumezich has done just about everything during a brilliant prep and college career. The Texas A&M senior recently added another special honor to her loaded awards collection.
Taylor University’s Porter County combo of Nate Kasper and Tommy Peller has been quite the Batman and Robin duo this season.
Cedric Ridle Jr. has been quite the entertainer in the state capital of Missouri.
Talk about a productive week for Josh Hogan.
GRIFFITH | Sammi Adams knew it was her last game at Griffith. To say she was a bit fired up would be an understatement.
In case you missed it, Matthew McLaughlin didn’t.
It didn’t take long for Tony Hollingsworth to break onto the scene at the University of Illinois-Chicago.
EAST CHICAGO | Adam Garcia couldn’t hide the excitement.
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