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WHITING | None of the kids in today's generation were born when Hulk Hogan ruled the pro wrestling ring in the 1980s.
MUNSTER | One of the golden, unwritten rules in soccer is you can't foul a player in the penalty box, especially an aggressive goal scorer.
Crown Point coach Mike Bazin has had some quality defenders and goalkeepers in his stint at Crown Point.
CROWN POINT | The Times No. 2 Bulldogs' boys soccer unbeaten streak of 23 games is still in tact for at least a little while longer.
HAMMOND | The last few years of Hammond football have been dominated by the name Schreiber.
CROWN POINT | The more things change, the more they stay the same.
MUNSTER | Munster lost two of its most potent offensive weapons in Demetri Georgalas and Peter Panos, so it may have been looking for some players to take the scoring load.
Highland senior Max Young is a huge fan of the all-time hit television series “Breaking Bad.”
GRIFFITH | Andrean hasn't been to semistate in more years than it would prefer, but Saturday night saw the 59ers change that.
GRIFFITH | After receiving a scare in its 1-0 sectional-opening win against Clark, Griffith worked on just one thing -- offense.
WHITING | Bishop Noll baseball coach Andrew Ramker may be 23 years old and the youngest coach in the state of Indiana, but he is old enough to know not to rock the boat when it comes to his team.
HIGHLAND | Lowell was back at it again on Tuesday evening and rolled through EC Central in the Class 4A Highland Sectional semis by a score of 10-0 in five innings.
MUNSTER | Lumbar facet syndrome is a dysfunction at the level of the posterior facet joints of the spine in the lower part of the back.
MUNSTER | The Munster girls tennis team winning a sectional might be a safer bet than Mark Cuban being fined by the NBA multiple times a year.
CHICAGO | There's a reason why St. Rita is ranked No. 1 in the Midwest and No. 14 nationally, according to MaxPreps.
HOBART | For the first five innings in its tilt with Hobart on Monday evening, Munster saw a different team than the one it beat 15-5 back on April 22.
CEDAR LAKE | The main reason why Hobart is on Hanover Central's schedule is to get the program ready for a sectional run.
HOBART | Hobart baseball coach Bob Glover Jr. and his team have won in quite a few ways this season.
HAMMOND | Wheeler first baseman Gianna Hamady tries to not let any moment be too big for her on the softball diamond.
CALUMET CITY | If you're a fan of T.F. South baseball, you probably know all about the talents of Steve Stubitsch and Brian Seymour.
HOBART | Typically a team's No. 1 or No. 2 hitter is the speediest player on a baseball team, but Hobart catcher Nick Bokun would beg to differ.
CROWN POINT | With weather conditions being how they were on Saturday afternoon, one mistake would decide the game.
WHITING | Before the season even started, Whiting coach Tim Hopps didn't know what he had.
GARY | When it comes to public school basketball in Gary, West Side is still the big cat in the yard.
GARY | The 34-degree weather would be forgotten if the Lew Wallace-Roosevelt game would have been played outside on Friday night.
CALUMET CITY | Talk about a bold move.
WHITING | The rematch in the Class 2A Whiting Sectional final between Bishop Noll and host Whiting had a much different look than a year ago.
WHITING | One huge play helped fuel an epic performance on Friday night at the Class 2A Whiting Sectional.
CALUMET TWP. | When it counted, Griffith played its best basketball on Thursday night.
WHITING | The Class 2A Whiting Sectional is proving to have some high-flying teams that will be a tough out later in the tournament.
WHITING | It certainly helps a team win a sectional game when a player doesn't miss a shot.
MERRILLVILLE | Lowell coach Nate Richie liked much of what he saw Friday night.
GRIFFITH | Mother Nature did her best to delay the pivotal Northwest Crossroads Conference game between Griffith and Lowell after it was postponed twice.
EAST CHICAGO | Merrillville's David Maldonado admits that his job as a coach is hard.
CEDAR LAKE | In past years during conference championship weekend for wrestling, Hanover Central would make the trek to Illinois and compete in tournaments there.
MERRILLVILLE | Class 4A girls basketball has a big problem.
WHITING | When you play efficient basketball, it doesn't matter who is on the floor.
HOBART TWP. There are some plays that people will remember for the rest of their lives, even in a regular-season varsity game.
HAMMOND | The Bishop Noll boys basketball team is like a prize fighter. It will take the opposition's best shot on the jaw, but ultimately will come away as the victor.
HAMMOND | Munster hax never claimed to be the most talented team, but the Mustangs win because they don't really ever beat themselves.
ST. JOHN | If this was the game where Penn was ripe for the picking, this was it.
CROWN POINT | After last year's heartbreaking 5-4 overtime loss to Duneland Athletic Conference foe Lake Central in the Merrillville Regional, Crown Point coach Mike Bazin knew what kind of talent he had coming back for the next year.
INDIANAPOLIS | Something had to give Saturday night.
INDIANAPOLIS | While the seniors and juniors experienced the triumph of a state finals victory in 2011, the younger Crown Point starters were middle schoolers back then.
HAMMOND | Hammond quarterback Eric Schreiber Jr. returned to the helm of the offense back on Oct. 11 against Gavit and the Wildcats were rolling.
CROWN POINT | After Crown Point's 2-1 semistate win over Fort Wayne Canterbury, Bulldog forward Carmelo Morales took the necessary pictures and did little celebrating.
CROWN POINT | Crown Point senior defender Tod Oram pointed out something rather embarrassing about goalkeeper Connor Keaveney during Tuesday's photo op for the state finalists.
WARSAW | The 2013 Northwest Indiana soccer season has seen the theory of "next man up" come to fruition, as many injuries have occurred on great teams.
WARSAW | In 2011, Crown Point needed a shootout to defeat Warsaw during its state title run. Bay Kurtz wanted to make sure that didn't happen again.
WHITING | Whiting coach Jeff Cain has said it all year -- if the Oilers are going to have a chance to win a sectional, they are going to have to learn to string together four quarters of good football.
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