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HAMMOND | Chesterton made 26-of-32 free throws; Chris Palombizio scored 31 points, and three other Trojans scored at least 12 as Chesterton topped Morton 75-64 Wednesday night.
Coach Jimmy Augustyn remembers it as "pretty gruesome."
GARY | Maybe it was the postseason run in football. Maybe it was playing games on back-to-back days. Maybe it was too much leftover turkey.
GARY | Indianapolis Crispus Attucks did it again.
SAUK VILLAGE | The Village Board approved an ordinance Tuesday to allow the village to seek a line of credit up to $500,000.
Tiffany Saulsberry-Harvey has been a nurse since 2005. The Lansing resident has been at La Rabida Children's Hospital in Chicago since July 2007.
GARY | Bowman Academy could not have started its season much better than it did Friday night.
Rene Zamora admits he has a bit of a sweet tooth.
GLENWOOD | The Brookwood District 167 School Board approved a preliminary aggregate tax levy of $7.2 million last week.
CHICAGO | The Hegewisch library branch stands about where the terminal would have been if the Lake Calumet Airport plan hadn't been defeated.
CROWN POINT | Katie Pawlowski practices shooting 3-pointers when she's at an open gym or getting in some work at the YMCA.
CHICAGO | The Hegewisch public library, 3048 E. 130th St., is inviting guests to remember the failed Lake Calumet airport plan with a special program from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday.
CEDAR LAKE | Stevan Micic doesn't mince words when it comes to his expectations for his senior wrestling season at Hanover Central.
GLENWOOD | Superintendent Valorie Moore presented her nine-part plan Monday night to move Brookwood Elementary District 167 "to the next level" to the School Board.
LANSING | Skye Foster will be 9 on Friday.
Lawsuits filed this week against Sauk Village and Dolton seek a total of $400,000 in damages. The suit against Sauk Village on behalf of a police officer claims racial discrimination, while in Dolton three mayoral appointees are suing for being fired.
Grace Withrow may be more responsible for Valparaiso's deep postseason run than any other Viking.
LANSING | Jim Piaskowy says his team owes its success to its chemistry.
SAUK VILLAGE | Sauk Village is offering workshops for residents in November.
CALUMET CITY | Thomas Crane has a purpose in the poetry he writes for veterans.
MUNSTER | It was 5 yards here, 8 yards there, 4 yards here, 9 yards there.
BREMEN | Bishop Noll coach Dave Rodriguez called a timeout in the fourth set with his team down. He told one of his players still wearing a warm up t-shirt to turn out.
BREMEN | Bishop Noll coach Dave Rodriguez called Madison-Grant scrappy.
GARY | It was the big plays in the first half, but it was the little ones in the second that led Bowman to a 28-21 win in the final two minutes over Boone Grove.
Early in the volleyball season, Bishop Noll's Carissa Jones was walking back onto the court after a water break.
HAMMOND | Bishop Noll had a unique form of celebration as it hoisted the Class 2A regional championship trophy Tuesday night.
SOUTH BEND | A win is a win.
ST. JOHN | It wasn't pretty, but that's not how Lake Central wins.
LYNWOOD | John Swanson says three memories stand out when he looks back at his 25 years on the Lynwood Fire Department.
HAMMOND | It's a little different when trophies are on the line.
SAUK VILLAGE | The Village Board agreed Tuesday to settlements of lawsuits brought by two former employees, including former police chief Robert Fox.
Grace Withrow just does what needs to be done.
GLENWOOD | Brookwood 167 is considering slimming down a pilot program that would explore the incorporation of iPads in the classroom.
CALUMET TWP. | Wheeler came away a winner in a Greater South Shore Conference classic, topping Calumet 23-22 with a goal line stand and 11 seconds remaining.
VALPARAISO | Ashely Thomas has friends and club soccer teammates around the area, some of whom she felt didn't take Valparaiso seriously.
CENTER TWP. | Brian Blaylock had an advantage on a wet and rainy day at the Crown Point sectional Tuesday at Lemon Lake Park.
Perhaps Lake Central shouldn't have been underestimated.
EAST CHICAGO | There's something about playing E.C. Central that brings out the hero in Hammond's Lorena Diaz.
GARY | West Side didn't dwell on last week's last-second loss to Morton.
HIGHLAND | Brianna Dougherty may not have been the most likely hero for Lake Central. She didn't even start Thursday night.
LYNWOOD | Residents of Wellington Court subdivision will see some unfinished work completed soon.
ST. JOHN | Griffith needed some motivation in the sectional opener Wednesday.
Cassie Cleveland is an athlete. She was playing soccer, basketball and running track for Kankakee Valley a year ago.
CROWN POINT | Football is won in the trenches, they say.
HAMMOND | This was just round one, but Bishop Noll will take it.
CROWN POINT | Times No. 1 Crown Point can check one off the list.
The Northwest Indiana Junior Tournament Players Association will begin it's third season Sunday with the Holzenballz Pro Shop Open at Hobart Lanes.
In the last four years, Highland has seen the ups, like the 2010 regional championship. It's also seen some downs.
SAUK VILLAGE | Sauk Village is hoping to see its share of state funds increase after officials approved an agreement with Alfred G. RonanLtd., a lobbying firm the village hopes can increase the flow of cash from Springfield.
GARY | West Side has won some lopsided games this season, but the 60-0 victory over Indianapolis Arlington has been the biggest.
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