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HAMMOND | Carly Cappello and Ally Rohn were ranked second and third in the state in total kills heading into Monday's Bishop Noll vs. Calumet Christian volleyball game.
ST. JOHN | Volleyball coaches compare the setter position to that of a football quarterback.
Matt Litwicki was prepared to ride the recruiting process and visit as many schools as he could while learning all there is to know about college.
When Bella Kuechenberg learned that she'd likely be called on to play all around in her freshman volleyball season, the libero immediately started taking hitting lessons.
Ally Rohn watched the recruiting process when her sister, Faith, was picking a college.
WHITING | The focus through the first four games of the season has been on Whiting's defense.
WHITING | Courtney Blackwell grew up watching her older sisters play as many sports as they could at Whiting.
HIGHLAND | If the rain wasn't already destructive enough, Munster's Jeff Proctor played the role of Godzilla against Highland.
CROWN POINT | Alaina Chacon reached a statistical peak in Thursday's match against Chesterton that Crown Point coach Alison Duncan hasn't seen from a player. Ever.
Listen to Greg Tagert talk about the season in review.
ST. JOHN | Lake Central's volleyball team spent Labor Day learning everything it could about Crown Point.
GARY | The last bus ride home for the RailCats was longer than it was last year, and it gave more time for reflection.
CROWN POINT | On a volleyball team ripe with sophomores, the Crown Point Bulldogs have four seniors. Three of them play in the back row.
EAST CHICAGO | East Chicago wasn't immune to the lightning that sparked delays across the region.
CROWN POINT | In the midst of seven lead changes in a long Game 3, LaPorte's seniors entered the huddle with confidence.
MUNSTER | On a team in which the sophomore talent can take over a game in a heartbeat, Munster's seniors led the offense in decisive Game 5 against rival Lake Central.
Joe Delgado graduated from Clark, his parents graduated from Clark and his wife is a coach and teacher at Clark.
MUNSTER | Lexi Pitsas is built like an outside hitter.
Braden Niksich was hidden in the Hobart rotation behind a pair of seniors with Division I commitments.
Listen to Greg Tagert talk about his team's 18-3 win over Kansas City.
GARY | By the time Henry Wrigley hit his first home run out of U.S. Steel Yard in a RailCats uniform, his team was already ahead 12-3.
GARY | Should the RailCats win today vs. Kansas City, the team would end the season .500 at home.
CROWN POINT | After the Crown Point defense kept Lowell from scoring in an epic third-quarter drive, the Bulldogs offense found its fire.
Listen to Greg Tagert discuss Wednesday's 4-1 win over St. Paul
GARY | The RailCats' new season starts now.
GARY | The RailCats enter the final game of their three-game series against St. Paul a half-game behind Lincoln in the American Association's Central Division.
Listen to RailCats manager Greg Tagert talk about his team's 4-2 win over St. Paul.
GARY | Ryan Brockett has never had any injury issues.
GARY | The nine-game home losing streak is officially the longest in RailCats history.
RailCats manager Greg Tagert talks about his team's 9-6 loss to St. Paul
GARY | Stephen Hiscock's parents and younger sister arrived in the region Sunday, and the RailCats pitcher was in town to meet them.
GARY | The RailCats return home, to where they are sub-.500 this season, for their last home stand, a seven-game affair that starts with three games against St. Paul.
GARY | When Craig Maddox swung at a 3-1 pitch Tuesday night and popped out foul to third base, RailCats manager Greg Tagert made a decision about Wednesday's lineup card.
Listen to RailCats manager Greg Tagert talk about Wednesday's 10-7 loss to Sioux City
HAMMOND | Carly Cappello knows what it's like to finish second.
GARY | If you listened to Greg Tagert's postgame interview here on nwi.com, you heard him say what fans are thinking: "We're not playing good enough baseball overall to win games."
Listen to Greg Tagert discuss Tuesday's 5-3 loss to Sioux City.
GARY | As the RailCats hit the final 20 games to their season, the four-man rotation needed a tweak, the coaching staff decided.
GARY | For the first time in his professional career, Logan Brumley is in the same time zone as his father.
GARY | Here's why the RailCats need to win out in the American Association's Central Division to make the postseason: Because while they're tied with Lincoln for the division lead, they're four games behind Laredo and 2 1/2 games behind St. Paul in the wild card race.
Listen to Greg Tagert talk about the RailCats' 4-1 loss to Sioux City.
GARY | The RailCats started practice with the sun shining and the tarp off the field. They're hoping the game continues as smooth.
Listen to Greg Tagert discuss the RailCats' 8-6 loss to Lincoln.
GARY | Zac Mitchell watched the RailCats play five games from a spot he hates to sit: on the bench.
GARY | The RailCats haven't been swept in a series since falling to Kansas City in three straight games June 27-29, but are on the precipice with three losses to Lincoln heading into today's game.
Greg Tagert talks about the RailCats' 4-3 loss to Lincoln on Tuesday.
GARY | If the RailCats needed a morale boost from losing three games in a row, an extra-inning game that was restarted after a night's rest was sure to do it.
GARY | Before the RailCats can start Game 3 of the four-game series against Lincoln, the two teams must first finish Monday's game.
Greg Tagert talks about the extra-inning rain-delayed game against Lincoln.
GARY | Before the RailCats played against the Lincoln Saltdogs in Monday's second game of the four-game series, the Gary coaching staff was forced to make a series of moves.
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