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As football coaches go, LaPorte's Bob Schellinger is a natural grass kind of guy.
Call Derek Budka a techno-geek and he'll smile, shake your hand and say thank you.
I didn't grow up in Valparaiso, so I'm not familiar with Dale Gott.
Being in a wheelchair has never gotten in the way of Jared Arambula of being an athlete.
If Jackie Robinson were alive today, would the trailblazer for African-Americans in professional baseball be pleased with what he sees?
For Zack Novak, playing professional basketball in the Netherlands probably isn't a stepping stone to bigger things in hoops.
If Joe Arredondo and Wayne Svetanoff didn't already know how popular their prep sports programs on Lakeshore Public Television were, all the co-hosts of the Prep Football Report, Prep Football Scoreboard and Prep Sports Report had to do was go on vacation.
When Joe Troop committed recently to play football at the University of Indianapolis, the Chesterton burner didn't realize he was going to be part of a region rush to the capital city.
Poor perimeter shooting. Marginal effort. Suspect defense.
The forecast for next week in Tennessee is sunny with temperatures in the 50s.
LAFAYETTE | The basketball caromed into the third row of the lower-level bleachers during the third quarter of Saturday's Class 4A Lafayetet Jefferson Semistate at Crawley Gymnasium into the hands of a Merrillville fan.
I know what you're thinking.
They're quite the patchwork quilt, this Valparaiso University men's basketball team. A coat of many colors, if you will.
VALPARAISO | It's a long, long way from Valparaiso University to Frankston, Victoria in Australia.
In the age of mobile communication, word of mouth still carries some weight.
Region hoops fans all know Nate Bubash is handy with a basketball.
There's a reason why Leroy Marsh is smiling, and it's not just the Munster football coach's pleasant disposition.
In an age when coaches come and go, and the only constant seems to be change, Marty Gaff's 30-year tenure at Kouts is a testament to the coach and the school system.
When Leroy Vega first heard the news, he thought it was a joke.
Long distance. It's the next best thing to being there.
Signing day for college football came and went with nary the sound of a pen on paper around the region Wednesday, as the area's top player (David Yancey) already going to class at Purdue.
Playing with pain has long been considered a trademark of toughness in athletics, a badge of courage that earns the person such revered titles as gamer or warrior.
WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP | Through the lowest, darkest moments of his brain cancer ordeal, Jon Nugent never lost sight of enjoying the things he loves.
Most of us trying to lose weight start our endeavor with the turn of the calendar and often end it before January becomes February.
Indiana high school baseball coaches will gather in Indianapolis for their annual state clinic and banquet next weekend.
Defense wins championships, at least that's what they used to say.
The holidays are over, the decorations are down, and my annual mid-winter malaise has set in.
If you watch ESPN even just a little bit, you've probably seen the commercial.
I've never been any good at New Year's resolutions.
Family means everything to Leroy Vega.
'Tis better to give than to receive.
So, when are you going to retire?
The letter from Annapolis arrived in the mail a few weeks ago while Sara Tumbas was at school.
When Brandon Vickrey was younger, he'd turn down the TV volume as he watched Cubs games.
Distance running is one of Mike Fedele's passions.
These are some anxious times for Lake Central's David Yancey, and it has nothing to do with the season-ending injury that the Indians running back suffered Oct. 12 against Valparaiso.
Remember the last time Northwest Indiana was invited to the football state finals party?
As Dolapo Macarthy sits down today for Thanksgiving dinner at his sister Sade's home in Chicago, he'll bow his head in remembrance of his father Benjamin, who recently died at the age of 70.
FORT WAYNE | Leaders selflessly share the glory in victory and courageously absorb the blame in defeat.
Some went so far as to call it the best region football team ever.
VALPARAISO | I'm not much for mornings.
MERRILLVILLE | Momentum is a fickle old sort in the game of football, switching sides at the slightest whim without as much as a moment's notice.
The field for the first Indiana High School Wrestling Coaches Association tournament has been set and region teams are conspicuous by their absence from the 24-team event.
For the most part, it was a typical day of teaching and athletic training for Kathy Levandoski, right down to the on-the-go bagel and yogurt for dinner.
MERRILLVILLE | The day didn't start well for Aaron Dye, but it couldn't have ended any better.
Crown Point-Merrillville or, if you wish, Merrillville-Crown Point.
MERRILLVILLE | Statistically, this was the worst Merrillville defense in at least the last 20 years, allowing 27.3 points per game.
They say you can't conquer your fears unless you face them.
Chesterton football player Avery Beeks is a hero, and it has nothing to do with anything that's happened on the field.
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