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GARY | Drew Martinez calls his biggest fan after his baseball games.
GARY | Mike Massaro can't remember the last time the opening-day weather was so beautiful at U.S. Steel Yard.
GARY | A native of Wisconsin who attended Michigan Tech, Michelle Fields arrived in Northwest Indiana in 1995.
When Danny Pobereyko arrives at Butler this summer, he’s going to ask his coaches if he can add a different regimen to his pitching routine.
GARY | The RailCats open their season at home for the first time since 2010, and the last time it was this early in May was 2008.
GARY | Steve Liddle was picked up by the RailCats after he was the last player cut from the Minnesota Twins spring training.
GARY | Heading into Monday's final exhibition game of the RailCats' spring training, the coaching staff had already started making cuts to the roster.
GARY | Will Krout had twice as many reasons to start his American Association preparation early.
HAMMOND | Cody Glass spent a week last summer in the Dominican Republic playing baseball.
GARY | RailCats pitcher Stephen Hiscock was running agility drills in the offseason when he collided with another runner.
ST. JOHN | In the third inning, Lake Central shortstop Brenden Seren hit a ball that seemed to take a long, slow fall toward the left-field fence.
GARY | Alain Quijano's life kept pulling him back to the Chicago area.
GARY | Cristian Guerrero was calling Greg Tagert to recommend a friend to the RailCats manager.
GARY | Whether it was the 48-degree temperatures at the outset of the RailCats tryout, the newly installed $50 fee for players wanting to participate or the RailCats roster that is nearly full, Thursday's open tryout didn't produce the numbers as past years.
Tyrus Joseforsky forced himself into the Hobart lineup as a freshman, outworking everyone around him to the point that the Brickies coaching staff couldn't help but start him.
HIGHLAND | Zac Ryan hit a home run for the second time in as many days.
MUNSTER | Munster second baseman Scott Shaner likes to see the silver lining on all the storm clouds that rolled through the region in recent weeks.
GARY | Victory Christian baseball coach Ryan Bratcher gives his players a simple motto to live by: put the ball in play.
GARY | Griffith baseball coach Brian Jennings said there's a reason the mound on the field is elevated.
GARY | Kyle Erickson said he thrives in the cold.
GARY | It was a first for both coaches and they'll have a chance to talk about it again later this season.
GARY | Roosevelt played its first game of the season and Lew Wallace played its second in a game that opened in the snow and ended in short order with a windchill of 29 degrees.
CEDAR LAKE | Each time Dan Stum hits the ball, he collects enough confidence to create that next hit.
GRIFFITH | Jesse Smith is a baseball player's baseball player.
CROWN POINT | The temperature was a balmy 73 degrees when Tuesday's baseball game between Lake Central and Crown Point began.
Major League scouts compare Sean Manaea to White Sox ace Chris Sale.
GARY | Munster was playing its seventh baseball game in eight days and Valparaiso was playing its first of the season.
MUNSTER | The sequence that gave Lake Central its second win is what reminded baseball fans how early in the season it is.
In the last 10 years, 29 schools have been approved for entrance into the IHSAA.
GARY | When Adam Norton entered Notre Dame after a state championship baseball season at Andrean, he was rarely used as a pitcher.
GARY | By about February, Pat Connaughton started throwing bullpen sessions.
ST. JOHN | It's a stable of pitchers any college baseball team would be envious of: four lefties and four righties, a few who can eat up innings and even some closers.
Kristi Hoese looked at the talent she had returning to Hobart and turned down the volleyball coaching job at Griffith.
Sancheon White's NCAA career has sped by so fast, she's into her second and final tournament with South Carolina and learning from the experience of last year.
GARY | U.S. Steel Corp. and the RailCats announced that their partnership to keep the Gary steel manufacturer's name on the stadium will continue for another 10 years.
Andrean and Fort Wayne Concordia don’t meet very often in boys basketball.
A week before Albert Carpen drove to Texas to try out for a baseball winter league, he was a technician at the Chicago Board of Trade.
VALPARAISO | The Valparaiso men's basketball team's loudest supporters were on spring break when the Crusaders won a Horizon League semifinal game in the final seconds on Saturday.
HEBRON | While other baseball teams may have opened the Indiana high school season with running and tossing drills, Hebron was practicing sitting.
PLYMOUTH | When Plymouth lost its inside presence, Andrean's Skylar Moss stood his ground.
PLYMOUTH | Skyler Moss had his way inside against Lew Wallace, which could come up with no answer for the 6-foot-4 Andrean senior.
VALPARAISO | Valparaiso will need a little bit of repeated history in order to reach the Horizon League title game for the second straight season.
When Greg Mays was recruited to play basketball at Wisconsin-Green Bay, the Phoenix coaching staff saw something in the 6-foot-9 Crete-Monee grad that they hadn't seen much of.
When the UIC men's basketball team found a common goal, it moved mountains.
UNION TOWNSHIP | Bowman Academy's basketball practices for the last week have been about two things: running and free throws.
HAMMOND | In the first two minutes of the fourth quarter of Friday's boys basketball sectional semifinal, Lew Wallace turned a two-point lead against Griffith into a win.
MERRILLVILLE | By the end of the 2012 summer offseason, Merrillville's girls basketball team had lost more than its graduating class of four seniors.
MERRILLVILLE | Before every girls basketball game this season, Merrillville's Dariyan Morris would chew a cup of ice.
Gavit boys use big fourth quarter to top Clark in Class 3A Hammond Sectional; Griffith routs Roosevelt
HAMMOND | Clark's game plan to beat Gavit in the Class 3A Hammond boys basketball sectional opener Tuesday was to slow the game down.
CROWN POINT | The Crown Point gym seats 3,800 fans and Saturday those included parents and students from four schools around the state, girls basketball aficionados from the region and a handful of nuns.
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