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PLYMOUTH | So close.
PLYMOUTH | Don't tell Griffith coach Brian Jennings that his Panthers' 2-1 win over Andrean in Saturday's Class 3A Plymouth Regional was an upset.
LAPORTE | Leading up to the sectional at his team’s home course, LaPorte coach Bill Hart made sure his team focused on playing the back nine at Beechwood, and that focus carried the Slicers to the championship.
Valparaiso University's baseball team was 29-0 when leading after eight innings this season.
Karessa “Bug” Sweeney made an adjustment in the batter’s box near the end of the regular season, and that change sparked the junior’s offense and helped fuel Wheeler’s run to the Class 2A regional title.
The third and fourth hitters in a batting order are often tasked with a key hit when the team needs it most.
ROYAL CENTER | Two big innings were all Pioneer needed against Kouts on Wednesday.
PORTER TOWNSHIP | In a pitching duel between Boone Grove’s Dean Hill and Hebron’s Kyle Joyce, Hill allowed more hits and had fewer strikeouts, but he had the advantage where it mattered most: the scoreboard.
LACROSSE | Kouts head coach Tim McNeill and his coaching staff stressed to the team to never give up, and the Fillies heeded that lesson in Friday’s Class A sectional championship.
WHITING | Every time Danny Pobereyko came to the plate in a big situation for Bishop Noll on Thursday night, he came through for the Warriors.
LACROSSE | Kouts showed good patience at the plate in Wednesday’s contest against Covenant Christian, and that has the Fillies one win from the school’s second softball sectional title.
LACROSSE | One big inning was all Morgan Township needed to stay alive in the Class A softball sectional.
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.
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