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HAMMOND | Annette Huseman is the classic case of a talented athlete who was willing to heed the lessons of some wise mentors.
Jamar Banks and his brother Brian are separated by many years in age but there will be one thing the two products of the Hammond parks and playgrounds will always have in common.
HAMMOND | John George came to Hammond about 1960 without knowing too much about the city's athletic legacy.
MERRILLVILLE | Wynten Ellis is a young man who knows the value of hard work.
HAMMOND | Today, Marty Jakubowski will return to the place where people used to chant his name and stand in line for his autograph.
Michael Walker knows what is at stake tonight so his recent week in Miami was not for relaxation but for career redemption.
HAMMOND | When Jimmy Holmes says he is a teacher, he is not kidding.
GARY | The Indiana University Northwest Men's basketball program has flown under the region's athletic radar for years but new head coach Shawn Chism is ready to get the RedHawks into the rarefied air of success.
HAMMOND | Purdue Calumet guard Neal Hudson does not lack for confidence when it comes to the 2010-2011 Peregrines.
GARY | Indiana University Northwest guard Juliette Keller likes math, so she knows that the odds are good for the continued success of the RedHawks women's basketball program.
HAMMOND | Iowa in the early Spring can be chilly but there is no place Jennifer Britton would rather spend that part of her senior season.
WHITING | Wilfredo Escobar is glad he made the decision to head to Indiana.
WHITING | Last season was a record setter for Calumet College but those records could be short lived if things fall into place for the 2010-2011 edition of the Crimson Wave.
EAST CHICAGO | The first half of the E.C. Central Sectional championship was a well-played 40-minutes but it turned out only to be a mild prelude to what transpired in the second half,
HAMMOND | Andy Lee has Irish roots and Midwestern ties, and on Saturday local fight fans will see if he is made of championship material.
HAMMOND | Zack and Zion Gonzalez are twins with matching ambitions when it comes to boxing.
HAMMOND | Boxing clubs have long been a place where beginners sort out their dreams and quickly realize the extent of their talent.
Gary Ridgley tries to deflect credit when commenting on his success as a multi-sport coach at Clark.
HIGHLAND | Jumping on the trampoline and teaming up at game time are more than just fun. They also teach and motivate.
HAMMOND | As an assistant coach at Olivet Nazarene, Dan Voudrie had one of the best seats in the house when the Tigers would come to battle Purdue Calumet.
WHITING | Calumet College of St. Joseph's guard Wilfredo Escobar received a pleasant surprise following the end of last season.
HAMMOND | Saturday's Kettle Classic opened with a game that did not need a shot clock.
HAMMOND | Clark volleyball coach Carol Core does not have a squad of tall Division I prospects at her disposal, but she does have a group of workers who have become winners.
HAMMOND | The rain was the only thing that poured more than the Morton offense in a storm-shortened contest on Friday.
CRETE | On Wednesday, Al Paskewicz and other veterans will take a special flight to Washington, D.C., in honor of the sacrifices they made.
HAMMOND | Morton coach Roy Richards said there was plenty of incentive heading into Friday's game against Gavit.
HAMMOND | The new turf at Morton got quite a workout on Friday.
HAMMOND | An early season schedule loaded with some of the areas best teams has given Kankakee Valley coach Mike Peo a reasoned perspective on his squad's character.
HOBART | The family and friends of Pauline Moraco-Arredondo hope the steps they take will help make strides in finding the cure for the illness that took the life of this kind lady.
Tom and Jennifer Fickett are ready for their new challenges.
Purdue Calumet went to a former conference foe for its new head men's basketball coach.
Next month Malcolm Garrett will begin working for the king of boxing.
HAMMOND | Nancy Johnston thinks the students and teachers at Lincoln Elementary are in a class by themselves.
HAMMOND | The surprises will be at a minimum when Gavit and Clark meet on Friday.
HIGHLAND | T.J. Hecimovich is putting it together at the right time and Munster plans on taking full advantage of his late-season surge.
MUNSTER | It figured that a game with so much thunder and lightning should be halted with the same treatment from the sky.
HAMMOND | A little thing like a five-run deficit is not going to phase battle-tested Clark.
HAMMOND SPORTS HALL OF FAME
Two men who helped form the Northwest Indiana chapter of the Iraqi Veterans Against the War said they feel the group's efforts are a continuation of their patriotic duty to the country they both love and have sworn to defend.
HAMMOND SPORTS HALL OF FAME
Dale Vieau remembers Larry Jackson as one of the best players to ever wear the brown and gold of the Hammond Tech Tigers.
Ashley Fleishman does not dance around the fact that she is elated with her membership to the Chicago Rush Arena?Football family.
Class 3A Sectional 17
Nick Cook is trying to keep the pressure to a minimum as he prepares for the biggest fight of his career.
MERRILLVILLE | When Ed Ochoa steps into the ring, he rides in on a wave of cheers.
HAMMOND SPORTS HALL OF FAME
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