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HOBART | Zoe Wilson missed eight, maybe nine bunnies on the night. But the Hobart junior made the one that counted.
WHITING | Bishop Noll coach Vanita Gary told her team to stick to its game plan Saturday night.
VALPARAISO | There was a bright spot in Valparaiso's 72-50 loss to visiting Western Michigan on Sunday at the Arc.
HAMMOND | Larry Crisler sat on the floor at midcourt and watched Marquis Tarver drain a 3-pointer to end the third quarter.
HOBART | Talia Roldan looked confused during the pregame introductions, trying to find a Hobart coach's hand to shake.
HAMMOND | An angry Kristi Hoese used a timeout early in the first game of Saturday's Clark Class 3A Sectional championship to voice her displeasure with Griffith's play.
Dariyan Morris and Bria Gaines took different paths to becoming basketball stars.
MORGAN TOWNSHIP | The Class A Morgan Township Sectional final came down to a newcomer and a veteran.
MORGAN TOWNSHIP | Morgan Township needed all the luck it could find to beat Washington Twp. for a third time this season.
MORGAN TOWNSHIP | Trina Coleman knows there's no tomorrow.
MICHIGAN CITY | It's safe to say Bishop Noll hadn't seen a player like Keenan Simmons until Saturday night.
PORTAGE | Before Friday night, Nicki Monahan's most memorable moment was when she scored her 1,000th career point.
UNION TOWNSHIP | Bishop Noll waited until the last five minutes of the ballgame to do what it does best: drive the lane.
CHICAGO HEIGHTS | It’s difficult to separate Amber Clay from Marian Catholic’s volleyball success the past two years.
CHICAGO | St. Francis de Sales’ five seniors have a true bond of sisterhood.
PARK FOREST | Powerful serving and powerful attacks kept Illiana Christian on its heels Thursday night as Chicago Christian beat the Vikings 25-16, 25-20 in the Class 3A Rich East Regional final.
PARK FOREST | Illiana Christian advanced to the Sweet 16 by sweeping Bremen 25-17, 25-16 on Tuesday night in a Class 3A Rich East Sectional semifinal.
RICHTON PARK | Tessa Vant Hoff is the quiet, unassuming hitter on the Illiana Christian volleyball team.
RICHTON PARK | Illiana Christian held off a late rally by Queen of Peace Thursday night and went on the win the Class 3A Rich South Regional title 25-13, 25-22.
FLOSSMOOR | That fateful "M" word in volleyball either helps you or hurts you.
WASHINGTON TWP. | Lindsey Henry has known volleyball success during her four years at Washington Twp.
VALPARAISO | When coaches hear they're getting a transfer student, they secretly hope for a "franchise" player.
BEECHER | Katie Howard started playing volleyball in middle school and described her position as "fake libero."
CRETE | Rich East surprised Crete-Monee by scoring a touchdown on the Warriors in Friday night's conference showdown.
LANSING | It took T.F. South 40 minutes to dismantle Bremen on Thursday night and three minutes to enjoy a dance.
When Bianca Ruiz was a freshman, she played on the freshman "B" volleyball team.
ST. JOHN | In an end-of-the season conference showdown, neither Lake Central nor Valparaiso wanted to lose on Tuesday night.
BEECHER | In a conference matchup between two teams in a rebuilding year, Beecher proved to be the stronger opponent.
WHITING | When Patrick Petruf was 8, his mother wanted him to be involved in sports.
MUNSTER | Hobart wanted nothing more than to knock Munster from its perch in the Northwest Crossroads Conference on Tuesday night.
EAST CHICAGO | Gonzalo Romo came to Monday night's sectional opener ready to play.
Tucked away in Chicago’s southeast side are two different high schools, with two different types of students but three coaches who have the same philosophy.
LANSING | On a close play during a recent volleyball match, Kylie VanRoekel jumped from her chair, raised her arms and yelled, "Out."
LOWELL | Alex Metz and Ian Drobac rained on Lowell's homecoming celebration.
LANSING | Lemont has been a thorn in T.F. South's side for three years.
LANSING | Illiana Christian had high hopes going into its match Monday night.
CALUMET CITY | The Mushroom-Wooden Shoe trophy returns to Lansing.
Two years ago when T.F. South played at Richards High School, Leah Lagestee got left behind.
WHITING | Hobart head coach Kristi Hoese was out of town when her team took on Whiting on Monday and the Brickies wanted to win for their coach.
VALPARAISO | Boone Grove doesn't think it gets much respect from region football teams who think the Wolves are "soft."
LANSING | Saleem Sanford scored three first-half touchdowns Friday night against Hillcrest, but his interception at the end of the half might have been his best play.
OAK LAWN | T.F. South coach Kim Sands challenged her squad to come out swinging Thursday night.
CHICAGO HEIGHTS | Amber Clay and Kendyl Todd were firing on all cylinders in Marian's 25-18, 25-18 victory over Munster on Wednesday night.
LANSING | T.F. South scored six first-half touchdowns Friday night en route to a 54-12 victory over visiting Urban Prep Academy West.
When Colleen Rynne began playing organized sports in fourth grade, basketball was her favorite sport.
LANSING | T.F. South erased a nine-point deficit in a first-game loss against Lincoln-Way North on Tuesday and used that momentum to beat the Phoenix in three.
HAMMOND | Martayveus Carter scored four touchdowns in the first half Friday to lead E.C. Central to a 48-20 win over Hammond in the season opener at Krueger Field.
VALPARAISO -- Rayna Hare's tear-stained cheeks showed the importance of Tuesday night. The EC Central senior forward earned a double victory, the second more important than the first.
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