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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.
FRANKLIN | Valparaiso senior Harley Dubsky wiped away the tears, pulled herself together and was putting on the practice green.
FRANKLIN | Lake Central senior Kiana Jongsma was overcome with emotion as she walked off the 18th green at the Legends Golf Club Saturday at the girls golf state finals.
LOWELL | Lowell owes Friday’s 21-6 homecoming victory over Hammond High to its defense. While the offense battled distractions and early miscues, the defense stood tall.
It shouldn’t really have been a surprise that Lake Central qualified for the state tournament out of the competitive Lafayette Jeff Regional field.
ST. JOHN | It was time for Lake Central’s offense to do what it does best -- move the first down sticks.
What a difference three years makes for Rensselaer’s Courtney Feagans.
LOWELL | Lowell’s victory over Highland wasn’t a work of art by any stretch of the imagination, but it was a workmanlike performance by running back George Fields.
WHEATFIELD | Kankakee Valley just kept attacking.
It’s been a great year for Merrillville’s Maggie Connelly.
LOWELL | Lowell has a storied tradition of a featured running back in its ground-oriented attack.
WHEATFIELD | Defying the heat, Times No. 4 Kankakee Valley continued to sizzle on the pitch with a 2-0 win over visiting No. 9 Highland in a Northwest Crossroads Conference game on Tuesday.
RENSSELAER | Tony Gallinatti’s left eye was still bloodied and bruised after taking eight stitches to close a gash just below the brow.
WHEATFIELD | Lowell had to be tired of hearing it was the best 0-2 team in Northwest Indiana. The Red Devils also hadn’t opened a season with three straight losses in 21 years.
KANKAKEE | On a near-perfect day for running, Illiana Christian’s boys team was nothing short of perfection at Wednesday’s Irish Conditioner.
Munster’s Rachel Jones just never gets rattled out on the course, and it’s a quality she works on off the links.
WHEATFIELD | In a battle of two Times Top 10 teams, host Kankakee Valley knocked off Munster 4-1 Tuesday in the Northwest Crossroads Conference opener for both teams.
DEMOTTE | It was all about foot speed for Covenant Christian in Saturday’s home match against Marquette Catholic.
RENSSELAER | The Rensselaer student body stormed Harrison Field after Friday night’s 20-6 victory over rival Kankakee Valley to reclaim the Cracker Barrel.
Kiana Jongsma learned at an early age that it’s more fun to golf with friends. That’s how the Lake Central senior got her start.
WHEATFIELD | In the best atmosphere a controlled scrimmage could offer, Kankakee Valley might have answered some questions against visiting Boone Grove.
Jorden Zubay new what she had to do.
When other girls Tiffany Curtis’ age were learning to play soccer or softball, she was tagging along with her dad to the driving range.
While Portage was still celebrating its 2-1 victory against Huntington North on the Harrison High School on Saturday, a fan relayed a din, “You gotta believe.”
WEST LAFAYETTE | Portage had flown under the radar for most of the regular season and did the same in the state tournament.
WEST LAFAYETTE | Portage didn’t get any hits off Northridge’s Haley Nixon until the sixth inning.
WHEATFIELD | It was Zac Ryan against the world.
WHEATFIELD | They’re probably still dancing in the streets of Cedar Lake.
WHEATFIELD | One run can often decide the outcome in sectional play. It was no different Tuesday night as one run separated host Kankakee Valley and Hanover Central in Class 3A semifinal action.
WHEATFIELD | Survive and advance.
WHEATFIELD | A much-anticipated rematch is set in place after Tuesday’s opening games at the Class 3A Kankakee Valley Sectional.
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