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HAMMOND | The fans looked on with a sense of shock on Wednesday night. The Civic Center crowd saw Bowman Academy play its first sectional game in Class 3A and the Eagles' top player, Davon Dillard, never left the bench.
HAMMOND | Griffith coach Gary Hayes had a smile on his face after Wednesday night's opening win over Hammond, 49-41, in the Class 3A sectional.
E.C. Central football coach Stacy Adams, who in 2013 took the Cardinals to their best season in school history, is leaving the school he's been at the last four years.
Abe Brown was in his classroom on Friday, Feb. 14. On this cold Valentine's Day, the boys basketball coach at E.C. Central searched the Internet for some local news.
Valparaiso is seventh on Indiana's list of boys basketball programs that have won the most sectional titles. The Vikings have won 51, with 35 coming on their home floor.
GARY | For a while it looked like a game, the kind of high school basketball game that have fans scraping for a rare ticket.
SCHERERVILLE | With the rise of video on social media and the seemingly countless sports television stations, there is a perception that violence in and around basketball games is on the rise.
It has come out this boys basketball season from the mouths of the Bowman Academy Eagles: the Class 2A state champs have a chip on their shoulders.
Clint Swan has been a part of 17 IHSAA boys basketball state tournament draws in his coaching career. Sunday gave the Crown Point coach a new experience with it.
Flint Powell Sr. saw an old high school buddy last week. He laughed and talked about the good old days when both played basketball at E.C. Central. Powell then said this to Abe Brown, the Cardinals' head coach.
HAMMOND | Tyreon Gates was scoreless at halftime of Tuesday night's game between his Times No. 5 Bishop Noll Warriors and No. 7 Griffith.
Amy Govert has been through it. The girls basketball coach at Merrillville represents most of the basketball fans in Indiana. She, like many, believe something has to change in regards to the IHSAA state basketball tournaments.
Hammond Mayor Thomas McDermott Jr. heard Saturday that the Class 3A Hammond boys basketball sectional had been moved from the Civic Center to Clark High School.
The broken white lines vanished rapidly underneath the bus. Snow and ice were the only breaks from the late-night darkness. An adult in one seat looked again at an illuminated wristwatch. Then, quietly moaned.
HAMMOND | The Class 3A Hammond boys basketball sectional has been moved from the Hammond Civic Center to Clark High School, the IHSAA has confirmed, but the state association has not said why.
MERRILLVILLE | Tony Scheub looked hungry Thursday night, like he needed a couple hours at a buffet.
LAKE STATION | American sports fans seem to be stat nuts. Fantasy this and that has surely amped up the eyeballs staring at box scores.
The weather postponed a lot of parties at area high schools on Wednesday, the NCAA's National Letter of Intent Signing Day. Instead of pomp and circumstance, most got a parking lot full of snow instead.
CALUMET TWP. | Anthony Harris has been coming on of late. The Calumet junior has seemed to find his rhythm as the season turns the corner toward March.
GARY | When you're on a roll the one thing you want to do is keep it going. No step backs. No slow downs. No nothing like that.
For seven years, Mike Juscik has been the head football coach at Bishop Noll. It ended Thursday when he turned in his resignation to his alma mater.
CROWN POINT | Hitting the long shot is something most high school basketball players dream of. But for Crown Point sophomore Grant Gelon this thought goes way beyond hoops.
CARMEL | It looked like the wave was coming hard into shore. A double-digit, first-half lead had been cut to four by Times No. 1 Bowman Academy's defense.
GARY | A year ago very few people knew Arthur Haggard's name outside of Gary. He was one of the "other guys" on Bowman Academy's boys basketball team.
MUNSTER | It was a tale of two halves. The first half was ugly. The second was rugby and poetry combined and still Mike Hackett wasn't happy.
It is what Indiana high school basketball is all about and has been all about for the past century. Two great teams competing hard inside a packed gymnasium.
CALUMET TWP. | Everything was going well. Super. Fantastic to the seventh power.
GARY | Coming off a 91-61 loss to Bowman Academy last season, Lake Station coach Bob Burke was hoping for bigger and better things on Tuesday night in Gary.
Bowman Academy's basketball coach criticized a newspaper article published this week regarding a fight between players during a practice in November.
HAMMOND | Ice, ice baby. Ice, ice baby.
HAMMOND | Sometimes the guy you're up against just has one of those nights.
Nate Richie was ahead of every boys basketball coach in Indiana on Nov. 11. The skipper of the Lowell Red Devils already had what every other coach in the state was looking for.
HAMMOND | He'd heard the sounds of piping hot blues floating above the asphalt on Beale Street.
When you're undefeated and ranked No. 6 in the Class 4A state poll, you know that your roster is filled with some remarkable athletes. Young girls who are in tip-top shape.
GARY | The Gary Holiday Tournament began in 1950 and was played in front of packed houses at Memorial Gymnasium and then at West Side, until last year.
INDIANAPOLIS | The odds are stacked against him. The numbers give a hard lesson about teen parenthood. But that doesn't keep E.C. Central senior point guard Jeremiah Ochoa's head down.
Here's hoping you found everything you wanted under your tree on Wednesday. A Duck Dynasty beard. An Air Supply 8-track. A red and green Abdominizer. Or just a cup of egg nog.
INDIANAPOLIS | West Side boys basketball coach Murray Richards perused his bench on Monday and hardly saw anyone he knew.
INDIANAPOLIS | After letting one get away against four-time Illinois state champ Chicago Simeon on Saturday night, The Times No. 1 Bowman Academy Eagles had a keen sense of purpose on Monday.
INDIANAPOLIS | If you're a young man and have no one to take to the prom, it might be time to grab a comb and some cologne.
HAMMOND | "The First Noel" softly played, floating down from the overhead speakers. Wonderfully white snowflakes hung still at the bottom of a green string.
MUNSTER | It's happened more than once. Strangers and random folks have come up to Munster junior guard Drew Hackett through the years and asked him the same question.
WHITING | Not long ago, Angel Argandona knew one thing about the country of Estonia. And his knowledge wasn't going to put him at the No. 1 spot on the TV game show JEOPARDY.
MUNSTER | A loud and colorful Munster student section started chanting loud in the second quarter of Tuesday night's home game against rival Lake Central.
LOWELL | It's hard to keep a good man down. It's even harder to keep a great player down.
ST. JOHN | Moments before Wednesday night's tip-off against visiting West Side, Tye Wilburn did the rounds with his fist and a smile.
CEDAR LAKE | It was a Christmas many years ago. A great joy from that season wonderfully still lives with us today. Read on.
ST. JOHN | Over the last decade the West Side-Lake Central boys basketball rivalry has been one of the best. One-point wins and overtime thrillers have been the norm.
VALPARAISO | Lowell's Run'n Red Devils got their nickname historically by never turning down a shot they didn't like.
MERRILLVILLE | There were a lot of jaw-dropping runs and spine-tingling tosses. One after another after another.
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