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ROSEMONT, Ill. | Tom Crean made a point to bring all three of his seniors to Thursday’s Big Ten Basketball Media Day at the Hyatt Regency.
BLOOMINGTON | When lifelong Indiana University basketball fan Gabe Hoffman reached Assembly Hall five hours before the start of Hoosier Hysteria on Saturday night, he saw something he couldn’t believe.
With August tryouts right around the corner, parents will soon have to decide whether they want their kids to try out for a travel baseball team or play in their local league.
For NWI Shockers 13-and-under coach Joe Fushi, the opportunity to work with a major league guy makes the travel experience more than worth it.
About three years ago, Pat Killeen thought his in-house Schererville 9-and-under baseball team had the potential to be unbeatable.
Schererville Hitmen player Payton Sanders takes batting practice at his home field in Schererville before a tournament game.
When you're on the playground at recess, no one wants to be the last kid picked for a team.
After 10 years in the Atlanta Braves organization, Dave Griffin's professional baseball career ended, and he had no idea what he was going to do with his life.
On any given Saturday in the summer, there are probably about 80 kids playing baseball at the Ho Chunk Sports Complex in Lynwood.
NWI Shockers 13-and-under player Alex Dobrzeniecki mans third base during a game at Ho Chunk Sports Complex in Lynwood.
NWI Shockers 13-and-under player Nick Fushi steps into the batter's box in a game at Ho Chunk Sports Complex in Lynwood. Fushi's dad, Joe Fushi, runs the team and is a co-founder of the Shockers.
Schererville Hitmen 12-and-under players Josh Killeen, Alex Marquand and Joe Rycerz take infield practice at their home field in Schererville before a tournament game.
The NWI Shockers 13-and-under team displays a poster on their dugout during a game at Ho Chunk in Lynwood. The poster lists the team's sponsors who help defray costs for the travel baseball team.
Schererville Hitmen 12-and-under players gather baseballs at their home field in Schererville after a round of batting practice before a tournament game.
Schererville Hitmen coach Pat Killeen pitches batting practice to his in-house all-star team before a tournament game. The team tries to take about an hour of batting practice before going to its games.
NWI Shockers 13-and-under coach Joe Fushi makes a mound visit to talk to his team during a game at Ho Chunk in Lynwood.
NWI Shockers 13-and-under coach Joe Fushi walks back to the dug out after talking to his pitcher in the middle of a game at Ho Chunk in Lynwood.
DYER | After training for her moment for 14 years, Hayley Butcher lost her opportunity to prove herself before it even came in 2010.
MERRILLVILLE | Lake Central Coach Ron Fredrick's Duneland Athletic Conference streak is still alive.
BLOOMINGTON | There are some things in life that one has to experience once.
BLOOMINGTON | With about eight laps to go, the thoughts started to creep into Schererville native Jana Kovich's mind.
MICHIGAN CITY | Michigan City coach Mike Megyese wasn't pleased with his team's start or most of its fourth quarter play Tuesday night. But the Lady Wolves' performance in the second and third quarters carried them to a 71-55 victory over Lake Central.
UNION TOWNSHIP | With a defensive focus, Wheeler cruised to its fifth straight win by at least 20 points Wednesday night, defeating North Newton 73-36.
MERRILLVILLE | Before he could battle on Broadway, Nick Davidson battled the flu. The Andrean junior was ailing throughout the last three days of the week.
HIGHLAND | Showcasing his new strength, Justin Thiele rushed for 119 yards and two touchdowns to lead Highland past Lew Wallace 49-22.
CHESTERTON | It has been a while since the Chesterton girls' golf team lost the DAC Tournament at The Brassie -- long enough that coach Dale Hewitt doesn't remember exactly the last time the team lost the tournament.
VALPARAISO | Jason Lane had hoped for a better start to the Porter County Punishers franchise.
CHESTERTON | Barrett Kelpin was the first to admit "it wasn't easy down the stretch" of the final round of the Northern Amateur on Friday.
CHESTERTON | Chesterton's Kyle Grassel finished just shy of his original Northern Amateur goal.
CHESTERTON | After sending eight golfers to the Northern Amateur, only three athletes from the region survived Thursday's cut down to the top 60 players.
CHESTERTON | For most of the golfers at the Northern Amateur, Thursday just wasn't their day.
CHESTERTON | David Lawrence had an early wake-up call Wednesday.
CHESTERTON | There's no place like home.
CHESTERTON |Wildcats, Gators and a few varieties of Tigers will tee off at Sand Creek Country Club today, as the Northern Amateur golf tournament returns to Chesterton after a decade-long hiatus.
MUNSTER | It was a day of firsts for the Crown Point 16-18-year old Babe Ruth team.
MUNSTER | Hammond's Enrique Zamora did not want to pitch a 10th inning if he didn't have to.
MUNSTER | For 71 years, residents of the Independence Park neighborhood have had July 4 circled on their calendars.
Nathan Kondamuri may only be 16, but he's already impressing some of the top minds in the science industry.
BLOOMINGTON | Portage's Tori Bliss faced several opponents in defense of her state championships in discus and shot put Saturday at the 38th Girls' IHSAA Track and Field State Championships. But her biggest opponent was her ankle.
BLOOMINGTON | Sweat beaded down her cheeks at a rapid rate. Her tracksuit was soaked from sweat and water.
BLOOMINGTON | It only took asking about what the win meant to them for the tears to stream uncontrollably down the face of West Side's Ja'liza Prophet.
BLOOMINGTON | Bowman's Cornelius Strickland was on a mission Friday.
BLOOMINGTON | After only sending one team to a state championship, the East Chicago Central 1,600-meter relay team ran for not just themselves, but for their school and city Friday at the 108th IHSAA Boys' Track and Field State Championships.
BLOOMINGTON | The goal all year had been to medal at state.
MERRILLVILLE | There was no trophy presentation.
GRIFFITH | Andrean softball coach Henry Ryan only needed to watch his leadoff batter before he "knew (the game) was ours."
GRIFFITH | When Andrean coach Henry Ryan yells for "Cadillac," he's not asking for an Escalade, but instead freshman Catherine Murad.
GRIFFITH | After Meghan Bridgeman drove Kaitlin Barajas home in the sixth inning, Andrean coach Henry Ryan thought his team was in good shape against against Calumet in the opening round of the Griffith Sectional.
CHESTERTON | Nick Grubnich didn't let the wind, or his allergies, bother him Monday at the Duneland Athletic Conference Invitational golf tournament at The Brassie.
CROWN POINT | Crown Point's Isreal Mercado was determined not to lose his last sectional.
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