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VALPARAISO | It's supposed to be difficult to beat a good team three times in a season.
VALPARAISO | It's been 14 years since LaPorte and Michigan City have met for a sectional title.
Growing up in Northwest Indiana, Trevor Spangenberg saw his fair share of Chicago Fire soccer matches.
VALPARAISO | When Chris Palombizio went down with a broken bone in his foot Feb. 21 against Valpo, the prevailing opinion was that Chesterton's sectional chances went down with him.
VALPARAISO | One point, three fouls.
Two years ago while conducting tryouts, Lake Central baseball coach Jeff Sandor told players they would have to make a sacrifice to be on the team, and it had nothing to do with bunting.
CHESTERTON | Senior night went from an apparent walk in the park to hanging on for dear life for Chesterton.
There's no bull's-eye on the back of Jon Hogg's jerseys, but the Boone Grove senior has had to wonder at times.
If Friday's rough loss at Chesterton left Valparaiso with a sour taste, Sunday's state tournament draw may have provided the mouthwash.
INDIANAPOLIS | Growing up in Cedar Lake, Stevan Micic idolized Andrew Howe, the three-time state champion for Hanover Central in 2006-08.
INDIANAPOLIS | When the sole aim is to wrestle under the spotlight on the center mat, it's not easy to retrieve the mojo for a consolation match.
INDIANAPOLIS | Given a choice, Brendan Black would've rather wrestled, even with the prospect of facing a semistate champion who placed at the state finals last year.
A kid shooting baskets in the driveway with his dad is the stuff of Indiana high school hoops lore.
One season removed from junior varsity, Tristan Dembowski faced a long leap to make it all the way to state qualifier.
Wrestling has served as a vehicle to take Stevan Micic many places.
MERRILLVILLE | They may look like freshmen, but Griffith's Jeremiah Reitz and Munster's Jason Crary sure don't wrestle like them.
MERRILLVILLE | Saturday's Merrillville Semistate came to an abrupt end for Portage sophomore Gaige Torres and Indians coach Leroy Vega.
KOUTS | With chaos unfolding around her, Trina Coleman was the calm in the midst of the storm for Morgan Township.
PORTAGE | Effort has never been an issue for Portage. Scoring has been.
Nearly two full seasons on the mat and only a handful of varsity matches to his name, Matthew Hedrick found himself nearing a crossroads in his Portage wrestling career.
CROWN POINT | Several wrestlers came into Saturday's Crown Point Regional with payback in mind, and three of them exacted it.
CHESTERTON | Starter and substitute are just terms to John Boyd, mere semantics.
Change didn't come easily for Washington Township's Brandon Adkins.
There are no days off for Jack Tolin.
LAPORTE | If Jaycee Jensen doesn't do anything special the rest of the postseason, he will always have this moment.
ST. JOHN | As quarters go, they don't get much better than the first eight minutes that Times No. 2 Lake Central fashioned Friday against Chesterton.
Think of the term coach's kid, and there's an image of a gym rat, a player well versed in the basics of basketball with a keen grasp of the game.
Wrestling and school may not seem to have much in common.
CROWN POINT | Saturday matinees apparently agree with Crown Point.
CALUMET TOWNSHIP | Two great individual performances highlighted Thursday's Greater South Shore Conference tournament doubleheader between River Forest and Calumet.
Three years ago, Chesterton Middle School's eighth grade team went undefeated, completing a two-season run of perfection that spanned 45 games.
MERRILLVILLE | It's been an up-and-down season for Chesterton's Corey Rusboldt.
Years from now, Ryan Gough will be the answer to a Wheeler trivia question.
MERRILLVILLE | Never be satisfied.
CHESTERTON | When you've got a horse, you have to ride him to the finish.
Height doesn't always coincide with skill and maturity in basketball.
There's an urgency for LaPorte wrestler Landon Blackburn this season, and being a senior is only a part of the reason.
PORTAGE | The modest, OK, ugly, 16-14 halftime score described the offensive struggles for both Valparaiso and Portage in Friday's Duneland Athletic Conference opener.
Defender. Rebounder. Screener. Passer.
Unlike horseshoes and hand grenades, close doesn't count in wrestling.
HAMMOND | Sitting on the bench as a group in the second quarter is foreign territory for Kouts' starting five.
Coaches like to say you can't teach height. Now and again, they have to.
No one in the Portage wrestling room knew much about Steven Lawrence when the freshman surprised senior Dylan Logsdon in a wrestle-off for a varsity spot early last season.
MICHIGAN CITY | It took LaPorte eight games to get its roster back to full strength, and now that the Slicers are there, it could be fun times ahead.
VALPARAISO | If Michigan City was going to have any chance at an upset of LaPorte in the championship of Friday's Duneland Athletic Conference East tournament, Michal Miller would have to play 32 minutes.
After two years of playing three sports, Bryce Hanaway reached a fork in the road.
When Chesterton coach Chris Joll met Jaycee Jensen, he knew little of the lanky, gawky freshman who arrived in town from New Jersey just two days before school started.
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.
When athletes set the bar as high as Cole Teal does, there will inevitably be times when they fall short.
CHESTERTON | Teal was the color of money Tuesday for Chesterton.
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