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LAPORTE | With Kevin Jones and Devin Bafia dealing, it figured to come down to one play between Portage and Valparaiso in Friday's Class 4A LaPorte Sectional.
Schreiber Field remains a mecca for high school baseball, one of the best prep venues for the sport you can find.
LAPORTE | It took Ronnie Plesac an inning to find his bearings in Wednesday's Class 4A LaPorte Sectional opener.
The trip from seventh-grade straggler to regional contender has been quite a ride for Wheeler's James Mills.
CHESTERTON | Lake Central pole vaulters Brooke Lambert, Katie Brown and Kaitlyn Moricz have dominated the area all season, placing 1-2-3 in every meet they've entered.
Just like a new glove that takes a while to break in, Caleb Narron needed a little time to fit in at Boone Grove.
WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP | A robust wind howling out of Senator Park on Monday suggested a high-scoring Porter County Conference championship.
All athletes feel nerves. The best ones just handle them better.
WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP | Hanover Central's last Porter County Conference tournament won't end in a championship.
PORTAGE | For most of the baseball season, Bob Dixon has left his home each weekday morning and driven to the University of Chicago Hospital for radiation laser therapy as part of his prostate cancer treatment.
PORTAGE | If there's anything that Jeron Blake has learned this spring, it's patience.
Too small, too slow, too weak.
PORTER TOWNSHIP | While his coach downplays the significance of Hanover Central's final Porter County Conference tournament, there's no mistaking what it means to at least one Wildcat.
The first thing you notice about Josh Marciniak is the long, flowing mane of blonde hair that he started growing out last year.
CHESTERTON | When Portage last won a girls track sectional in 1995, most of the team wasn't even born.
Joining the Valparaiso University football staff brings John Snyder back to his coaching roots, to the reason he first came to Northwest Indiana a quarter century ago.
Paige Pizer's rise in the middle-distance ranks has been a case of "I know I can" rather than "I think I can."
Matt Crawford was still a twinkle in his parents' eyes in 1983, the year Marty Gaff became the head coach at Kouts.
HEBRON | The rain can only delay the inevitable.
One of only two seniors on a Hebron team full of freshmen and sophomores, Jon Moneta feels like the oldest brother in a big family.
No matter how fast Blake Wallace ran last year, he couldn't escape the glare from the spotlight of his talented brother.
CROWN POINT | Who needs a track?
Baking cookies, going to the beach or simply relaxing.
From the time he offered to put on the shin guards, face mask and chest protector when he was 8, Mike Crowley has been a catcher.
Up until a month or so ago, the only thing that stood out about Archie Sullivan's running was his disdain for starting blocks.
CHESTERTON | With 10 seniors and most of its pitching graduated, Chesterton entered the season with more questions than answers.
WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP | Trouble doggedly stalked Dan Stum for seven innings Monday at Senator Park, but it never caught him.
The first time Ryan Kruszka saw Austen Hanna, the Satellites junior was on a basketball court, not a baseball diamond.
PORTAGE | Like most teams, the lousy April weather has greatly limited Valparaiso's quality of practice.
From Tenderfoot to Eagle Scout, the long journey to the top of the Boy Scouts ladder is one that Nick Moskwa, Randy Ridge and Brian Smrekar have all made.
A long-legged, 5-foot, 9 1/2 inches tall, Chesterton junior Jordyn Kincy certainly looks like a runner.
Scholarships to play college football aren't easy to come by.
PORTAGE | Offense was hard to come by, but some timely hitting by CJ Haupt was all that Kevin Jones needed to earn Times No. 4 Portage a narrow 2-1 Duneland Athletic Conference victory over Merrillville on Saturday.
The light goes on for athletes in different ways at different points in their careers.
After qualifying for state in the long jump as a sophomore, Isaiah Thomas primed himself for a bigger splash last spring.
The exodus of talent from Chesterton's boys basketball program continues.
It's not easy being Taylor Johnson.
When Tyler Byerly took the field for Washington Township's season opener a few weeks ago, it was the end of year-long wait to play varsity baseball.
It was supposed to be a happy sendoff for Lorenzo Wells as his family moved to Texas.
CHICAGO | The fickle winds of Wrigley Field giveth and they taketh away.
VALPARAISO | With a hearty south breeze roaring out toward Valparaiso's cozy left field, there was a premium on pitch location Saturday.
As Michigan prepares for the Final Four, the maize and blue is flying proudly in Zwolle, The Netherlands.
Among many sports she played growing up, Portage's Jade McKnight happened upon her best largely by coincidence.
His brilliance on the football field earned Joe Troop a scholarship to the University of Indianapolis.
If you put every pitch Joe Dougherty has thrown to Adam Rettinger end-to-end, it would probably stretch from Morgan Township to Lafayette.
WEST LAFAYETTE | Since missing a crucial free throw in the final seconds of a close loss to Loyola Marymount in the opening round of West Coast Conference tournament, Santa Clara sophomore Brandon Clark couldn't wait to get another chance in the same situation.
INDIANAPOLIS | Too many Eagles. Not enough Miners.
INDIANAPOLIS | The point guard position is near and dear to Bowman Academy coach Marvin Rea.
WEST LAFAYETTE | Leave your school better than how you found it.
There are those rare days when Ann Sarkisian wonders if it's all worth it.
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