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HAMMOND | It's gotta be the shoes.
HAMMOND | In the first half of Bishop Noll's game against Boone Grove, Josh Galgan was overthrowing his own receivers' heads. In the second, his spirals soared over Boone Grove's shiny blue and white helmets.
Sylvie Brick is a shape-shifting breed of golfer with a knack for versatility. She's like Doogie Howser, Mrs. Huxtable, and a Ford truck commercial all neatly assembled to make Marian Catholic's No. 1 black-and-white polka-dotted golfer.
MUNSTER | Valparaiso's Carrie Clark looked and sounded like an antique auctioneer Thursday night as she hastily called out new opponents, pointed directions and fired up her squad up in one fluid motion.
MUNSTER | Munster's volleyball team doesn't have one superstar that can dominantly alter the path of a match.
CRETE | Marian Catholic golfers slid into second place at Tuesday's T.F. North/T.F. South Invitational, with all five players shooting in the 80s.
FLOSSMOOR | The setting was made for comfort. Marian Catholic started off the 2011 season by hosting its own tournament at Coyote Run, its home course, with partly cloudy skies and a slight breeze.
Roberta Cruz was just 6 years old when it happened.
Valparaiso's Ellie Gorski and Brooke Fullenkamp whipped their phones to their ears the minute they stepped off the course, eagerly awaiting each ring so they could boast to their parents.
DEMOTTE | Three Chesterton girls golfers leaned down on the first hole tee box firmly planting the base for a pyramid. Two others giggled as they nervously placed each knee on their teammates' backs careful not to dig into their spines during the team photo.
CROWN POINT | Alyssa Harvey's small frame and innocent face are dead giveaways that Crown Point's No. 1 is a freshman. Watch her with a club in her hands, however, and her collected course conduct would fool anyone.
HOBART | After a 9 a.m. tee time at River Pointe Country Club, the last round of heavy-footed girls golfers thumped towards the pro shop at 4:20 p.m. immediately flinging off their cleats to rest.
ST. JOHN | Jennifer Gough couldn't refrain from gushing her excitement as she threw her arms up in the air and let out an abbreviated "Woo!"
CROWN POINT | Last season the Crown Point 12U girls' softball team took the top spot at the National Softball Association's "B" World Series with just nine girls on the roster.Now the Bulldogs are fully loaded, a year more experienced and primed for their first national tournament.
CROWN POINT | Tiffany Joh laughs in the faces of golfers distracted by camera flashes. After the final round of the South Shore Championship, she has played, and won, amongst cannons.
CROWN POINT | When rookie Lyndsay McBride entered the LPGA Futures Tour in late January, she was scared, just not of the competition.
JIMTOWN | It has been a complete change of culture for the Hanover Central Wildcat baseball program, according to junior shortstop Nick Bollenbacher.
JIMTOWN | Going into the top of the sixth inning, it looked as though senior Mike Balich's first-inning two-RBI triple would be all Hanover Central needed. That assumption couldn't have been more wrong.
This season Munster senior Tony Rubino has played a round of golf in a spongy pair of Crocs and has been disqualified for a simple misunderstanding, so adversity has become a good friend of his.
CEDAR LAKE | Spectators lounged in golf carts and under umbrellas beyond the outfield fence at Hanover Central, and occasional clouds skating across the sky briefly provided the only shade at the ballpark.
Bishop Noll just knew. Senior pitcher Eric Rodriguez knew his team would advance, he knew he could shake off his early-inning jitters and his coach Paul Writz knew that run support for his pitcher was inevitable.
On July 16, Kim Polk didn't dare leave her seat, firmly stationed next to her computer speakers at her Indianapolis home.
A second straight bid to the Continental Amateur Baseball Association (CABA) World Series can only mean one thing for the 11-and-under SportsWorx Stars: Another full weekend of living the lavish hotel life.
Ben Nisle was able to undertake something only Marlon Byrd, Alfonso Soriano, Derrek Lee and the rest of the Cubs are allowed to do on a daily basis.
Back in 2005 Tony Walker was your run-of-the-mill union worker who loved the outdoors.
PLYMOUTH | Andrean was in no hurry as it trotted down the first-base line Saturday night, yet the 59ers wasted no time getting around the diamond to cross home plate.
HAMMOND | Clark's players had two more wishes after winning the Class 3A Gavit Sectional title for the third consecutive year: Win regionals and pick up opposing Gavit pitcher Aveeno Nasiloski to join their squad.
CROWN POINT | Josh Negele had his way Thursday, both triggering Crown Point, and shutting down Valparaiso in the Bulldogs' 3-1 win in the first round of the Class 4A Crown Point Sectional.
CROWN POINT | Jordan Nieman's eyes lit up just before laying out toward home plate, stretching his frame for a popped up bunt. Ball-in-glove, Nieman's head jerked toward third base as he sprinted for the third out of the inning, narrowly escaping a bases-loaded jam in the bottom of the seven…
ST. JOHN | Lowell and Lake Central coasted by their competition Tuesday, setting up a Class 4A Lake Central Sectional semifinal matchup between the two.
HIGHLAND | Over the course of the season, Highland coach Adam Baez has noticed his pants have gotten just a big tighter.
HIGHLAND | Highland coach Adam Baez doesn't see himself as much of a "rah rah" motivational kind of guy. On Thursday in the opening round of the Highland Sectional , the Trojans' coach didn't need to be.
HIGHLAND | As he returned to the dugout at the end of Wednesday's win, Munster pitcher Ryan Wilkinson had a question for coach Bob Shinkan.
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