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WHEATFIELD | Kankakee Valley was trying to avoid being eliminated for the third time in the past four sectionals by rival Andrean on Wednesday night at the Class 3A Kankakee Valley Sectional.
DELPHI | Rensselaer was hoping familiarity didn’t breed contempt from Delphi in the opening game of the Class 2A Rensselaer Sectional on Tuesday night.
GARDNER | St. Francis de Sales couldn’t complete a rally Thursday in the Class A Gardner-South Wilmington Regional semifinals against Dwight like it did against Illinois Lutheran two nights earlier.
GARDNER | It’s one-and-done come tournament time.
Illinois Lutheran senior Collin Borns knows the time is at hand for his fellow Chargers basketball teammates as the clock is winding down on their glorious high school hoop careers.
RENSSELAER | Bishop Noll was facing a formidable foe in Fort Wayne Canterbury in the Class 2A Rensselaer Regional on Saturday.
BRADLEY | Times No. 2 Thornwood turned out the lights early at Bradley-Bourbonnais’ Donald K. Turner Gymnasium on Friday night in a key SouthWest Suburban Red showdown.
INDIANAPOLIS | Crown Point accomplished its goal -- a second-place finish Saturday at the Girls Swimming and Diving State Finals at the IU Natatorium at IUPUI.
INDIANAPOLIS | Ten state records were broken at the state swimming and diving finals over the weekend at the IU Natatorium at IUPUI in Indianapolis.
It was an exceptional night for Crown Point at the preliminaries of the state swimming and diving finals Friday at the Indiana University Natatorium in Indianapolis.
Aly Tetzloff, whose name is all over the record wall at the Crown Point High School pool, is going to the state finals for a third consecutive year.
LOWELL | Morton never quit despite trailing for the entire first half of the opening game of the Lowell Sectional on Tuesday night.
What’s been the difference this year for Beecher's girls basketball team?
CROWN POINT | An undersized Portage came into Friday’s Duneland Conference road test at Crown Point looking for its first league win.
CROWN POINT | Thursday’s preliminaries at the Crown Point Sectional served as a dress rehearsal for Saturday’s finals.
When Nikki Smith swam the 500 free in a dual meet with Lake Central two weeks ago, she had no idea it would be a record-setting night.
CROWN POINT | Crown Point senior Josh Fuqua was relaxed standing mat side in his sweats about 45 minutes after his upset victory at 138 pounds Saturday.
LOWELL | Times No. 3 Munster is still the top dog in the Northwest Crossroads Conference.
BEECHER | Illinois Lutheran was trailing by six points to upset-minded Beecher at the half Wednesday night in a River Valley Conference battle.
Kankakee Valley’s Madison Babicka couldn't be kept away from the pool for very long.
HIGHLAND | After finishing 1-2 in the 100 free, Munster’s Ashley Hwang and Emily Lagestee exchanged a high five in the pool in adjacent lanes. It was that kind of Saturday for the Times No. 2 Munster as it swam to its seventh straight Northwest Crossroads Conference title.
In her own self-deprecating way, Highland standout Jackie Smailis pokes fun at her ability to stand on two feet.
KANKAKEE | Illiana Christian boys basketball players reluctantly accepted their team trophy and individual medals after an exhausting 78-72 overtime loss to Clifton Central on Saturday night in the championship game of the Kankakee Holiday Tournament small school bracket.
It’s always been a challenge for Hammond High to field a swimming team that can compete with suburban powers, but that hasn’t deterred longtime coach Sue Mathewson.
LOWELL | In a battle of Times top 10 teams, No. 5 Merrillville just had too many offensive options for No. 4 Lowell on Saturday night in The Pit.
LOWELL | Times No. 8 Lowell believes it can be a serious contender for the Northwest Crossroads Conference championship this season.
MERRILLVILLE | Merrillville coach David Maldonado huddled his team around him for a pep talk a few minutes before the final match against Harrison in Saturday’s Tom Cameron Duals Invitational.
CROWN POINT | Crown Point’s Racheal Bukowski used to love to play hoops.
LOWELL | Times No. 6 E.C. Central (3-1) used a 27-point third quarter to beat Lowell 68-52 on Saturday night.
WHEATFIELD | The Times No. 7 Lowell was a road warrior at No. 10 Kankakee Valley on Friday night in the Northwest Crossroads Conference opener for both teams.
Not unlike other top swim programs, the Munster Mustangs are like a family.
TIPTON | It wasn’t how Rensselaer wanted its season to end Friday night at Tipton.
RENSSELAER | Moments after Rensselaer’s resounding 24-0 win over Bremen on Friday night, much of the student body formed a huge circle in the middle of Harrsion Field to do Bomber jacks with the team.
When Traci Muszalski took her first competitive plunge into the pool at 8 years old, the Lake Central senior never envisioned it would lead to the opportunity to swim in college.
EAST CHICAGO | Rarely does one play determine the outcome of a football game.
NORTH JUDSON | Rensselaer amassed 252 yards passing in Friday night’s 43-14 thrashing of North Judson in a Class 2A Sectional 33 semifinal game at Liberty Field.
KNOX | In the past two state tournaments, Andrean didn’t play against a team as potent as New Prairie until it reached the semistate.
MERRILLVILLE | Andrean senior quarterback Matt DeSomer donned jersey No. 30 of injured teammate David Graham in Friday’s lopsided 58-6 victory over an outmanned Knox at Father Eckert Field in a Class 3A Sectional 25 opener.
KNOX | Wheeler coach Alisha Polite clapped her hands, urging on her young Bearcat squad from just outside the sideline in the fourth set of Thursday’s match with host Knox in the Class 3A sectional.
KNOX | Maybe Hanover Central was looking ahead to playing Class 3A No. 3 New Prairie as it faced winless Calumet in Tuesday’s opening match at the Knox Sectional.
VALPARAISO | As the clock wound down to the final minute, the Valparaiso faithful held its collective breath.
CENTER TWP. | It was a crowded field at Saturday’s Crown Point Regional, but Munster junior Ryan Kritzer still emerged to take individual honors in the boys race on a sunny but crisp morning.
WHEATFIELD | It’s hard to tell Munster running backs Alex Mis and Dom Lucito apart on the field from a distance.
RENSSELAER | After Morgan Township’s Ben Savage toured the wet and windy course in 16 minutes and 29 seconds at Tuesday’s Rensselaer Sectional to win the boys title, he received well wishes from fans and foes alike.
WHEATFIELD | Sophomore running back Joe Partin quietly made his presence felt as the season progressed for Kankakee Valley.
DEMOTTE | Boone Grove and Rensselaer will be shooting for their first sectional titles after wins Thursday night at the Class A Covenant Christian Sectional.
DEMOTTE | Bishop Noll sophomore Steven Matura picked an opportune time to score his first varsity goal in Wednesday’s semifinal game at the Class A Covenant Christian Sectional.
DEMOTTE | Emblazoned on the back of Covenant Christian coach Aaron de Jager’s shirt is the motto “No substitutes, no problem.”
DEMOTTE | Hanover Central knew of Andrean’s firepower, but it couldn’t slow it down in Monday’s opener of the Class A Covenant Christian Sectional.
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