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WHEATFIELD | Survive and advance.
WHEATFIELD | A much-anticipated rematch is set in place after Tuesday’s opening games at the Class 3A Kankakee Valley Sectional.
ST. JOHN | Valparaiso is playing its best golf of the season at the right time.
RENSSELAER | Kankakee Valley was looking to win its first sectional title in two years at Rensselaer on Thursday night.
WHEATFIELD | Kankakee Valley coach Lane Lewallen is going to need a new T-shirt after host K.V. ran away from the competition at Tuesday’s sectional.
DEMOTTE | It was hard for Times No. 4 Portage softball coach Lisa Hayes to be upbeat after Saturday’s second game of a doubleheader against host Kankakee Valley.
MOROCCO | Bishop Noll’s team bus broke down on the way to Thursday night’s Greater South Shore Conference meet, and the Warriors didn’t arrive at North Newton until about 5:30 p.m.
LAKE STATION | After 12 of 16 events at Tuesday night’s Greater South Shore girls track meet, Wheeler trailed North Newton by 22 points and Bishop Noll by 19.
RENSSELAER | During the trophy presentation at Saturday’s Rensselaer Invitational, Bombers coach Jeff Phillips asked victorious Valparaiso how many were seniors -- already knowing the answer.
LOWELL | After going 2-2 over its last four games, Times No. 1 Chesterton was looking to snap out of a mini slump on Thursday at Lowell.
CEDAR LAKE | Hanover Central’s Riley Welch was looking to quench his thirst after Wednesday’s Porter County Conference battle with rival Boone Grove.
WHEATFIELD | Munster welcomed the warmer weather in Friday’s Northwest Crossroads Conference showdown at Kankakee Valley.
MOROCCO | Wednesday was perfect for Bishop Noll’s Andie Fremouw.
ST. JOHN | The past week’s weather was more suitable for ducks than shooting for birdies, but it didn’t stop Valparaiso from putting together a solid round of golf Saturday at the Palmira Golf Club.
UNION TOWNSHIP | Hanover Central made winning look easy Monday afternoon against host Wheeler.
MOROCCO | On a cold Tuesday afternoon Wheeler junior pitcher Nickole Finch was throwing nothing but heat against host North Newton.
LOWELL | With the winning run just 60 feet away, Lowell senior Courtney Walter was looking for her pitch from Lake Central’s Annabel Karberg in the bottom of the seventh inning with two outs.
Two years ago Tim LaVelle was having an impressive preseason for Marian Catholic, slotted to play No. 1 singles on the sophomore squad and maybe even get a shot at playing with the big boys.
LAFAYETTE | There just wasn’t much Merrillville could do to get catch up against the Class 4A defending state champion Carmel on Saturday in the Crawley Center at Lafayette Jeff.
WHEATFIELD | Rarely does Andrean not come ready to play. And Saturday was no exception. The Times No. 4 Andrean was locked in and played with high intensity from the outset Saturday in the Class 3A Kankakee Valley Sectional championship game against Hanover Central.
WHEATFIELD | The Kankakee Valley Class 3A Sectional is evolving into the Andrean Invitational.
WHEATFIELD | Andrean displayed a suffocating defense Wednesday in the opening game of the Class 3A Kankakee Valley Sectional.
RENSSELAER | Rensselaer senior girls basketball player Laura Tonner hid her face in her hands after missing two free throws after a technical foul was called on Benton Central late in the second half.
LOWELL | Merrillville was the latest highly ranked team to have to endure Lowell’s patient offense in a non-conference battle on Tuesday in The Pit.
CEDAR LAKE | Rensselaer came into Saturday night’s championship game of the Class 3A Sectional against host Hanover Central looking for its first title in seven years.
CEDAR LAKE | Hanover Central wasn’t about to let the opportunity slip away Friday night in the first semifinal game against Knox.
MORGAN TOWNSHIP | It was a night of firsts in the opening game of the Class A Morgan Twp. Sectional on Tuesday.
MUNSTER | Saturday's Munster girls swimming sectional morphed into a track meet.
LOWELL | In the first quarter, Lowell coach Nate Richie pleaded with his team from courtside to “take your time.”
LOWELL | It took Lowell a quarter and a half to get on track Tuesday night against visiting Wheeler.
GARY | What’s old is new again in the wrestling state tournament.
MICHIGAN CITY | With the Duneland Conference regular season title at stake, early-game jitters were expected at Friday’s showdown between the Times No. 1 Merrillville and No. 2 Michigan City at the Wolves Den.
NEW CHICAGO | Marquette is a young team, but its members are learning to play like veterans.
VALPARAISO | The Valparaiso women’s basketball team’s quest for its fourth straight win came up short Wednesday in a 52-44 loss to Horizon League foe Loyola.
MOROCCO | It turned out to be a productive night for both Wheeler’s boys and girls Tuesday in the opening round of the Greater South Shore Conference tournament.
CHESTERTON | Longtime Chesterton coach Kevin Kinel stood soaking wet next to his familiar spot on the pool deck by the starting blocks.
CEDAR LAKE | Prior to the championship round of Saturday’s Lake County Wrestling Tournament, Lake Central owned just a 10.5-point lead on host Hanover Central.
CEDAR LAKE | After starting the season with five consecutive wins, Hanover Central proceeded to lose its next five. To break out of its losing funk, Hanover needed its best player to step up.
VALPARAISO | Times No. 2 Portage began the new year with a bang Wednesday in a dual meet at No. 4 Valparaiso.
WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP | South Central used the strength of its inside game and pulled away in the second half from LaCrosse to capture the Mid Winter Classic at Washington Township on a snowy Thursday night.
CEDAR LAKE | It was Dustin Ketelaar’s Saturday night to shine in a nonconference showdown between Kankakee Valley and host Hanover Central.
MERRILLVILLE | Merrillville came us just short of winning its own Tom Cameron Invitational on Saturday. Instead, the Times No. 2 Pirates had to settle for second place after finishing a long day of wrestling at 4-1 in dual meets.
CHICAGO HEIGHTS | Both Abby Kresal and Paige Wieser have a pretty good sibling support system — so good that it might just have helped put the duo into Friday’s IHSA girls state swim meet at Evanston Township High School.
PLYMOUTH | No matter what Andrean and coach Julie Wiejak tried against Class 3A No. 7 -ranked Fairfield at Saturday’s Plymouth Semistate, it didn’t work.
RENSSELAER | Rensselaer defensive lineman Luke Robertson extended his hand and helped Bowman Academy's quarterback Antonio Pipkin off the Harrison Field turf after one of four sacks Friday night.
When Hobart qualified for the state meet last year, it marked the first time in 39 years the Brickies made the big show. This year’s team wasted little time in between state final appearances, qualifying last Saturday with a fourth place finish at the New Prairie Semistate.
After graduating eight starters from last year’s regional champions, no one expected Andrean (27-7) to be a dominant team this season.
MOROCCO | Rensselaer was determined to get its passing game going in Friday’s first-round sectional game at North Newton.
Munster’s Tom Bolanowski ran back to the team tent a little more than a hundred yards from the finish line dodging raindrops a few minutes after last week’s Crown Point Regional at Lemon Lake Park.
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