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INDIANAPOLIS | E.C. Central boys basketball coach Abe Brown remained in good spirits following his team's third decisive loss this season.
INDIANAPOLIS| Bowman Academy junior DeJuan Marrero and Indianapolis North Central junior D'Vauntes Smith-Rivera lived up to the hype in a battle of potential 2012 Mr. Basketball candidates.
INDIANAPOLIS | Lake Central boys soccer coach Jereme Rainwater happily accepted his "punishment" after his team's 2-0 victory over Indianapolis Cathedral in Saturday night's state final at Kuntz Stadium.
INDIANAPOLIS | The Lake Central boys soccer team made program history when it beat Evansville Memorial 3-1 in the Indiana High School Athletic Association state semifinals Saturday afternoon at Kuntz Stadium.
INDIANAPOLIS | Yet again, the Munster boys tennis team left North Central High School without a runner-up medal or state championship trophy.
INDIANAPOLIS | The Munster boys tennis team is hoping to prevent another heartbreak in the state semifinals at 9 a.m. today at North Central High School.
INDIANAPOLIS | After going winless in the preseason, the Colts are eager to put their best foot forward to begin the 2010 NFL campaign.
INDIANAPOLIS | Fortunately for the Merrillville football team, things can only get better moving forward.
ANDERSON | Bob Sanders refuses to play scared.
ANDERSON | Colts quarterback Peyton Manning made the transition to professional football look easy in his first preseason game in 1998.
ANDERSON | The Colts' list of recognizable names begins with superstar Peyton Manning. Reggie Wayne, Bob Sanders, Dwight Freeney and Dallas Clark also have a national following.
ANDERSON, Ind. | Training camp offers hope and optimism for every team in the NFL. But for some teams, like the Colts, those expectations are more of a reality.
INDIANAPOLIS | Juan Pablo Montoya couldn't deliver a Brickyard 400 victory and rare triple crown to owner Chip Ganassi. No problem. Daytona 500 winner and teammate Jamie McMurray picked up the slack.
INDIANAPOLIS | With many racing fans expecting Jimmie Johnson to contend for his record-tying fourth Brickyard 400 title Sunday, his No. 48 Lowe's Chevrolet never gave him that chance.
INDIANAPOLIS | Tony Stewart came up short in winning his third Brickyard 400 on Sunday, but the Indiana native didn't seem too disappointed.
INDIANAPOLIS | Jimmie Johnson is no stranger to kissing the historic bricks at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. At today's Brickyard 400, the veteran NASCAR driver hopes to reunite with the symbolic bricks left behind from the original track that opened in 1909 for a record-tying fourth time.
INDIANAPOLIS | Tony Raines' visits to Indiana never seem long enough.
CLERMONT, Ind. | Kyle Busch continued his success at O'Reilly Raceway Park.
INDIANAPOLIS | Juan Pablo Montoya and Jamie McMurray increased optimism that team owner Chip Ganassi could pull off the cherished trifecta of American auto racing.
INDIANAPOLIS | Growing up in Indiana, Tony Stewart realized at a young age the importance of winning a race at the famed Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
INDIANAPOLIS | The North team came out on the wrong end of a rare accomplishment at the Indiana Softball All-Star Classic.
INDIANAPOLIS | Morgan Lewis proved that softball players from smaller high schools can win the state's top individual honor.
INDIANAPOLIS | Simona de Silvestro made the most of her Indianapolis 500 debut.
INDIANAPOLIS | Helio Castroneves' quest to tie the all-time record with four Indianapolis 500 titles must wait.
INDIANAPOLIS | Young and old. Families and rowdy college students. Americans and foreign visitors. The Indianapolis 500 has it all.
INDIANAPOLIS | Women continue to make their mark at the Indianapolis 500.
INDIANAPOLIS | Helio Castroneves has good reason to feel upbeat heading into the 94th running of the Indianapolis 500.
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