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VALPARAISO | Show and tell at Joan Martin Elementary School in Hobart is always one of the most anticipated events for Cody and Riley Johnston.
After the Lowell Sectional last month, several girls were laughing and enjoying the atmosphere on the bleachers.
BLOOMINGTON | There was no group hug, final chant or any ceremonious departure.
BLOOMINGTON | Spinning is an important part of many discus throwers’ repertoires.
BLOOMINGTON | About halfway through the first winner-takes-all race of the 110th annual state track and field finals Friday night, Chesterton led Crown Point in a thrilling 3,200-meter relay race.
BLOOMINGTON | Northwest Indiana, with its coastline dotted by smoke-billowing mills, is known for steel production.
Washington Township expected to hire Griffith assistant Tomcsi as girls basketball coach at next school board meeting
Chris Tomcsi has touched a well-earned sectional trophy each of the past four seasons as an assistant coach.
Merrillville’s Ash, Noll’s Cooper, K.V.’s Jungels among region frosh heading to Bloomington for state track
The term “freshman phenom” gets tossed around rather loosely in March, but as May wanes and the state finals approach, the distinction is bestowed upon the few who’ve truly earned it.
GARY | Third base coaches are good for much more than a stop signal or a windmill arm motion that encourages runners to head home.
HIGHLAND | Paige Heuer had time for a few mildly superstitious rituals, but the senior Munster tennis player didn’t have many moments to absorb her final prep match in Lake County.
HIGHLAND | There isn’t much of a rivalry between Munster and Whiting in girls tennis.
ST. JOHN | With a scholarship to Grand Valley State already secured, Riley Wayco could have called it a prep career.
GARY | As with most players in independent baseball, Cristian Guerrero has had many travels.
GARY | Danny Pulfer has been a true utility man, playing every position but pitcher since his second year of college.
GARY | Saturday was Hat Night at U.S. Steel Yard, so it was fitting that the stadium’s newest contracted inhabitant has worn many hats in the past month.
GARY | When Adam Klein was on the Jolie JackHammers in 2009, the left-handed hitting outfielder came to bat with runners in scoring position late in a tight game against the RailCats.
CROWN POINT | From the moment Wes Honaker dove across the finish line in a last-gasp attempt to win the 100-meter dash, it was clear Crown Point refused to allow the sectional title enter the hands of any visitors.
MUNSTER | Alondra Macias is proof positive that perseverance is worth it.
LOWELL | When Airrica Harper and Arielle Borders hung up the phone Monday night, they had arrived at a resolution.
Sophomore fraternal twin Kendria Huff having breakout season for Morton heading into sectional action
HAMMOND | Kendria Huff emerged from the womb two minutes ahead of her brother.
MUNSTER | Bill Heuer told his daughter Paige to keep her feet moving and added some basic tips before her match Wednesday afternoon.
HOBART | It seemed that the Munster girls track team was about to lose its first conference meet since 1999.
MERRILLVILLE | Before Monday’s varsity baseball start, Andrean pitcher Jimmy Skiff had taken the ball against Munster plenty of times at lower levels.
ST. JOHN | If Katie Brown were to add her relationship with track and field to her Facebook page, it would fall under the category “It’s complicated.”
HOBART | The menu for Sunday evening’s Indiana Football Hall of Fame inductee dinner did not include bean soup.
MONTICELLO | The international tiebreaker is not too common in high school softball.
MONTICELLO | Softball veterans like Amanda Shrader have touched the trophy three times at the Twin Lakes Invitational.
MERRILLVILLE | Rain, temperatures in the 40s and even a lightning delay could not stop the home boys track team from winning the 11th annual Andrean Invitational Friday night at Father Vincent Eckert Stadium.
ST. JOHN | Steve Fulk had a bit of an epiphany this week.
CEDAR LAKE | On Saturday the Cedar Lake Softball complex was filled with dust, movement and gritty workers.
MERRILLVILLE | During Monday’s two-hour practice Andrean coach Brooke Baker-Runyon talked about “prime time at-bats.”
LOWELL | This was worth the wait, at least for Munster.
A push from generations of multi-sport athlete relatives, the pressure of being an elite track athlete and the strain of studying for dual-credit courses like AP Chemistry can wear a girl down.
CEDAR LAKE | Ivy Dawson likes having the last word.
PORTAGE | Heather Zengler was sick earlier in the week and Portage teammate Stephanie Upton had been waiting for some healthy at-bats.
MUNSTER | Hit or get hit -- those were the only results for Griffith’s Tyler Lipski on Monday night.
After being on the wrong end of several close calls Lowell thrower Nicole Kiszenia is focused on success
Pivot, throw, exit stage rear, insert earbuds, sit, repeat.
GARY | Paco Jordan allowed 10 runs to the opponent, so it was fitting that he was up with a chance to drive in his team’s 11th.
GARY | Chris Lauderback's great grandmother died last Thursday.
HAMMOND | Growing up in Calumet City, Asya Hobbs was a dancer, not a participant in team sports.
HAMMOND | Apparently the postseason isn’t over.
CHESTERTON | Portage senior Ty Kniola didn’t need much more than sunshine and a cool breeze to relax before his team’s first Duneland Athletic Conference baseball game.
MERRILLVILLE | Several major league scouts watched Andrean ace Zach Ryan’s first few innings on Monday afternoon before exiting.
MERRILLVILLE | Before Airrica Harper's sophomore season at Merrillville, her grandfather Joseph Davis was diagnosed with prostate cancer.
MERRILLVILLE | Matt DeSomer was a spectator for most of the 2012 season due to a meniscus tear in his left knee.
Jake Piekarski recently shaved his head, as did his dad and brother.
GARY | “Started from the bottom; now we’re here.”
When Kelly Komara played in two Final Fours with the Purdue women’s basketball team, she and her teammates were oblivious to the coaching conventions taking place at and around the event.
DYER | The local teenager who single-handedly maintains a Blackhawks fan page with more subscribers than most printed newspapers has been to exactly one of his favorite team’s games.
BOURBON | Two years in IHSAA purgatory, a sectional runner-up finish and a sectional championship.
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