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LACROSSE | The Kouts bats needed three innings before jump starting in the opening round of the Class A softball sectional, but once they got going, they didn’t slow down.
CHESTERTON | Aery Pratt’s final home at bat gave the Chesterton senior a memory he won’t soon forget.
WASHINGTON TWP. | The host Senators needed just three innings to take control of Wednesday’s game against Morgan Township.
CROWN POINT | Chesterton shortstop Corey Rusboldt was playing his normal position with one out and the bases loaded in the bottom of the seventh. It turned out to be a good thing for the Trojans.
LACROSSE | Hebron’s Kyle Doelling heeded the batting advice from her coaches and came through in a big way for the Hawks.
LAPORTE | Neither rain, cold nor fog could keep the Valparaiso boys golf team from defending its title Friday.
VALPARAISO | Wednesday was “one of those nights” according to head coach Brett Polizotto for the Valparaiso boys track team at the Duneland Athletic Conference meet.
CHESTERTON | Making their second appearances on the mound in three days didn’t trouble Chesterton pitchers Matt Kubacki or Mitch Kobitz one bit.
PORTAGE | Chesterton pitcher Mitch Kobitz needed three hitters to settle into a groove against Portage on Monday.
MERRILLIVILLE | Griffith softball coach Don Bence could not have been happier to have Erica Yost coming up to bat with the bases loaded in the eight inning against Andrean.
MICHIGAN CITY | Freshman Aaron Skibinski ensured the Marquette Catholic Invitational medalist honors stayed in Michigan City.
PORTAGE | Portage softball pitcher held Times and state No. 1 Chesterton in check for seven innings, but the Trojans finally broke through in the eighth.
VALPARAISO | Morgan Township freshman Ben Savage was not going to be denied at the Ringing in Spring race this year.
VALPARAISO | A strong and steady wind Saturday morning gave runners an additional element to deal with at the 19th annual Ringing in Spring.
PORTAGE | Crown Point’s softball team strung together a pair of hits at the right time.
SOUTH BEND | LaPorte’s Josh Arndt is two-thirds of the way to repeating his diving sweep from a year ago.
CHESTERTON | Matt Holba had a quiet first three quarters for Chesterton on Friday night, but turned things up a notch in the fourth quarter.
PORTAGE | The Michigan City team that emerged from the locker room after halftime looked far different from the one that entered it at the break.
PORTER TOWNSHIP | As the clock wound down in their team’s win over Wheeler, the Boone Grove students chanted, “Just like football.”
CHESTERTON | Valparaiso’s consistency carried it past Chesterton in a Duneland Athletic Conference gymnastics meet Tuesday night.
PORTER TWP. | In a game of runs, Crown Point made the final one.
LAPORTE | Tom Wells’ LaPorte boys basketball team didn’t make winning its first Duneland Athletic Conference game of the year easy.
MICHIGAN CITY | Every time Portage made a run at Michigan City on Tuesday night, Mike Megyese’s squad had an answer.
MORGAN TWP. | Kevin Krieger will be the first to admit his team's 37-25 win over Washington Township Friday night wasn’t pretty, but he and his Cherokees will take it just the same.
MORGAN TOWNSHIP | It took Kouts five minutes to shake off the doldrums against Hebron on Tuesday night.
PORTAGE | Jordan Collazo had a quiet first half for Portage against Boone Grove, but he got going in the second half, and so did the Indians' offense.
WASHINGTON TWP. | Times No. 7 Washington Township closed the second quarter on a 17-0 run to blow open what was a close game and remain perfect in Porter County Conference play with an 81-48 victory over host Kouts on Friday.
PORTAGE | Merrillville’s girls basketball team proved two is better than one on Saturday night.
PORTAGE | Merrillville’s boys basketball team took its defense to another level in the fourth quarter against Portage on Friday night.
VALPARAISO | Defending state runners-up Valparaiso showed no signs of rust in its first gymnastics meet of the season.
UNION MILLS | Washington Township and Westville played for the second time in six days on Friday night, but the second result was far different from the first.
PORTAGE | After Chesterton’s girls’ basketball team connected on four field goals in the first quarter, Portage clamped down defensively for the rest of the game.
CHESTERTON | In a game of runs between Lake Central and Chesterton, the Indians had the last and best spurt.
CHESTERTON | On a night when Michigan City’s girls basketball team struggled to get on track offensively, the Wolves still had defense and rebounding to fall back on.
PORTAGE | Portage held Michigan City to its fewest points this season, but it wasn’t quite enough to knock the Wolves from the ranks of the unbeaten.
UNION TOWNSHIP | In Wheeler’s boys basketball season opener against Hebron, the Bearcats were in midseason form.
VALPARAISO | Marist demonstrated an explosive offense against Valparaiso University on Saturday afternoon.
MERRILLVILLE | Andrean got off to a fast start against Boone Grove Friday night and never let off the gas.
ROCHESTER | Wheeler’s volleyball team couldn’t capture the fifth-game magic it had a year ago against Rochester.
UNION TOWNSHIP | Andrean made sure history did not repeat itself against Wheeler in the Class 2A sectional opener Friday night.
WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP | Covenant Christian volleyball coach Laurissa Boman is hoping for two more team photos this week.
UNION TOWNSHIP | A host of Wheeler Bearcats found the end zone Friday against Calumet.
LAKEVILLE | Marquette’s boys soccer team has a knack for winning close games against Boone Grove this season.
PORTER TOWNSHIP | Fans arriving two minutes late to the Class A boys soccer sectional title game at Boone Grove missed the game-winning goal.
UNION TOWNSHIP | Wheeler scored on its first possession against Bishop Noll, and its defense made sure that was the only score the Bearcats needed.
PORTER TOWNSHIP | At the start of his team’s sectional semifinal game against Oregon-Davis in the Class A Boone Grove Sectional, the Wolves boys soccer coach Brian Sherwin implored his team to have fewer touches and more shots.
PORTER TOWNSHIP | In his final regular-season home game, quarterback Dean Hill made sure he and the rest of the Boone Grove seniors had a Senior Day to remember.
LAKE STATION | Wheeler’s defense pushed the Bearcats above the .500 mark for the first time this season.
VALPARAISO | Isaac Withrow finally got a shot past Portage keeper Cody Simmons.
NEW CHICAGO | After a slow start to the season, this year’s Wheeler football team is starting to look like its predecessors.
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