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CULVER | South Central’s Collin Froedge didn’t score in the first 31 minutes Tuesday night against Oregon-Davis, but he more than made up for it in the final minute.
LACROSSE | The players have changed over the past four years for the Kouts boys basketball team, but the results have stayed the same.
FULTON | Morgan Township gave top-ranked Oregon-Davis all it could handle in the first half of Saturday’s Class A Caston Regional semifinal, but it wasn’t enough to pull off the upset.
PORTAGE | Rick Snodgrass has his Portage boys basketball team playing its best games of the season at the right time.
LOWELL | West Side’s offense was clicking on all cylinders from the opening tip of Saturday’s Class 4A sectional title game against Lowell, and freshman Dana Evans played a big role in that.
WINAMAC | North Newton got off to the start it wanted in Friday’s Class 2A sectional game against North Judson, but the Bluejays answered back in a big way.
BOURBON | South Central’s Riley Popplewell and Jill Rosenbaum combined for 41 points, but it was not enough to upend Oregon-Davis.
WASHINGTON TWP. | Scott Bowersock had a pretty simple explanation for his Washington Township boys basketball team’s second-half offensive outburst on Friday night.
MORGAN TWP. | After a sluggish first half, Morgan Township’s girls started clicking in the second half against Washington Township.
KOUTS | Kouts head coach Matt Crawford was willing to admit his team’s victory over Boone Grove on Friday night wasn’t pretty, but he and his Mustangs will take it just the same.
MERRILLVILLE | Merrillville struggled from the free throw line during the first three quarters on Friday night, but the Pirates found their touch at the line in the fourth quarter.
VALPARAISO | Valparaiso’s women’s basketball team had a half unlike any in recent memory in the opening 20 minutes against Detroit on Thursday night.
UNION TWP. | If swim meets were scored only on first-place finishes, things would have turned out far differently for the Bishop Noll boys and girls swimming teams at Saturday’s Greater South Shore Conference meet.
KOUTS | Cody Nelson and Jacob Bekeyla came alive at the perfect time for Kouts on Friday night.
UNION TWP. | Wheeler coach Dustin Nelson will remember his 100th win as a girls basketball coach for a long time.
MICHIGAN CITY | Friday’s first-place showdown in the Greater South Shore Conference between Bishop Noll and Marquette Catholic was everything it was billed to be.
A sluggish first half was too much for the Valparaiso men’s basketball team to overcome on Sunday afternoon.
GARY | Calumet’s boys basketball team scored points in a hurry in the fourth quarter on Tuesday night.
GARY | Bowman Academy turned defense into offense all game long against Andrean.
UNION MILLS | South Central's girls basketball team created extra opportunities with turnovers and offensive rebounds, and the Satellites took advantage of those extra chances.
MORGAN TOWNSHIP | Kankakee Valley jumped out to a big first-half lead against Morgan Township on Saturday, and when the Cherokees rallied in the third quarter, the Kougars had the answer.
FORT WAYNE | East Chicago Central’s dream season didn’t come with a perfect ending.
EAST CHICAGO | TreQuan Burnett doesn’t just catch touchdown passes; it only seemed like that on Friday night.
The Andrean offense has plenty of weapons. One player who helps the offense stay balanced is running back Trevor Berg.
VALPARAISO | The first game of the Joe Otis era for the Valparaiso girls basketball team was not without drama.
WALKERTON | Andrean coach Phil Mason looked at his team after its 42-0 shutout of John Glenn in Friday night’s Class 3A Sectional title game and said, “Twenty-one days.”
UNION MILLS | South Central could not keep Fort Wayne Blackhawk from stringing points together Tuesday night.
PORTER TWP. | Bishop Noll’s attack was firing on all cylinders in Saturday’s Class 2A sectional title match against Whiting.
ARGOS | Wheeler’s high-powered offense could not get on track against Fort Wayne Bishop Luers.
PORTAGE | Top-ranked Penn looked every bit the part against Portage in the Class 6A sectional opener.
MICHIGAN CITY | Washington Township and host Marquette Catholic each swept their opponents on Thursday night and now have their sights squarely set on each other.
For as potent as the Wheeler offense has been in the Class A Girls Soccer State Tournament, the defense has been even better.
LAPORTE | Portage running back Hashim Simpson’s first career pass wasn’t pretty, but it was effective.
Wheeler goalkeeper Kadie Spoor stepped right into the net at the start of the season, and the freshman has helped put the Bearcats in position to win their first regional championship.
UNION TWP. | Andrean was 11 seconds away from elimination in the Class A Sectional opener against Marquette when Rylee Horn saved the day.
UNION TWP. | The difference between Wheeler and Marquette Catholic in Monday’s Wheeler Class A sectional first round game was the size of Bearcats' keeper Patrick Berg’s fingers.
Marquette Catholic senior Madeline Wood has played all over the field for the Blazers this season.
MICHIGAN CITY | When Portage’s offense took the field against Michigan City on Friday night, it stayed out there for a while.
LAPORTE | Chesterton’s girls soccer team left no doubt it was the outright Duneland Athletic Conference champion Tuesday night.
Valparaiso golfer Harley Dubsky has achieved everything she could up to this point in her senior season.
Portage’s Bree Coleman went out for the soccer team expecting to play in the midfield. A couple games into the season, she found herself in a position she had not played in years: goalkeeper.
UNION TWP. | Jacob Wasz returned to the backfield for Wheeler on Friday night, and the Bearcats returned to the winning side of the ledger.
CHESTERTON | A second-half scoring barrage lifted Chesterton past Andrean Thursday night.
PORTAGE | Chesterton coach David Galloway and his Trojans can officially cross one of their team goals off the list.
VALPARAISO | "Gym rats" Jennifer Gough and Brooke Fullenkamp have played a big part in the success the Valparaiso girls golf team has had this season.
A year after being Washington Township’s second-leading scorer, junior Natalie Rokosz has added goalkeeping duties to her repertoire.
VALPARAISO | The Valparaiso girls golf team wasn’t content to simply win its first sectional title in seven years on Saturday.
PORTAGE | Twice after the Portage offense put points on the board against Crown Point, Lorenzo Wells made sure the Portage defense got on the scoreboard as well.
ST. JOHN | A balanced performance from all five players led host Lake Central to the school’s 10th girls golf sectional title.
VALPARAISO | Crown Point couldn’t put anything on the board in the first half against Valparaiso, but that changed in a big way for the Bulldogs in the final 40 minutes.
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