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CROWN POINT | In the seventh inning, Crown Point's Johnny Lync hit a fly ball to center field that was almost too shallow to be a sac fly.
ST. JOHN | When Lake Central turned on the defense, LaPorte had nowhere to go.
GARY | Jack Campbell has been willing to give up one home game a year if it means his team gets to play in Gary.
The difference for E.C. Central was 32 students.
VALPARAISO | West Side had the open looks, the rebounds and the shots.
HAMMOND | The E.C. Central coaches were coaxing a new dimension to Michael Harris' game: the layup.
GRIFFITH | The clock ticked down, the horn sounded and Lauren Hansen watched someone else cut down the net at the sectional.
GARY | Rod Fisher has seen Division I moves out of his junior post player.
GRIFFITH | The battle for post position on the Griffith girls basketball team is not an easy one.
There's no scouting report on Roosevelt's girls basketball team that doesn't include a single name: Washington.
MUNSTER | In the second overtime, West Side jumped out to its first six-point lead since the second quarter.
MUNSTER | Turning the worst first half of basketball she'd seen all season into anything else was all Leslie Iwema asked out of her Lake Central girls basketball team.
The story is one so marketable that Hollywood couldn't resist.
MUNSTER | When West Side could only get production out of one post player, the Cougars went to a four-guard set.
MUNSTER | Before Tuesday's girls basketball sectional game, Julia Wiesemann sat and listened to her father.
HIGHLAND | In the three minutes that Highland spent trying to solve E.C. Central's press, the Cardinals capitalized.
CALUMET TWP. | Griffith worked on defense as much as it could over the course of the last week of practice.
The Indiana High School Athletic Association voted recently that baseball and softball are not comparable sports and that girls can try out for baseball even if their school fields a softball team.
When Carol Core started the varsity volleyball program at Clark, her mother was sewing the felt numbers on the back of the "pinnies" uniforms.
MERRILLVILLE | The boys basketball players were just kidding when they told Bryonna Davis now she'd be expected to score 50 points per game.
ST. JOHN | Lake Central coach Dave Milausnic could only be so disappointed by his team's 33 percent first-half shooting against Chesterton.
ST. JOHN | All the little things Lake Central did right evaporated for 6 1/2 of the last seven minutes of the game.
Bowman Academy didn't have to wait long to hear its name called for its first IHSAA girls basketball sectional.
GRIFFITH | Hammond watched its 12-point lead turn into nine, then five, then three.
GARY | After six seasons on WEFM on the radio dial, the RailCats are making a move.
MERRILLVILLE | With Merrillville's top two scorers sitting on the bench, Chesterton had no problem jumping out to a 10-point first-quarter lead.
GARY | Lakeshore Public Radio and the RailCats announced Wednesday a deal to move the team's baseball broadcasts from WEFM (95.9) out of Michigan City to The Lakeshore on 89.1 FM out of Lowell.
The hazards made it easy to want to shoot well.
The hazards made it easy to want to shoot well.
GARY | The first of two trophies will stay at Calumet.
GARY | The last time Bishop Noll played Wheeler, the Warriors were without Kendall Coleman and Ronnye Beamon was hobbled with an injury.
MERRILLVILLE | Carolyn Sandrick felt it coming.
Clint Swan first heard the story from the late Jim Hammel.
WHITING | North Newton's girls basketball team likes everyone to stay involved.
HOBART | Bryonna Davis stole the ball with five seconds left. She was watching the clock, calculating how long it would take her to get down the floor for a layup.
They called Chrissy Hooks "Indiana".
ST. JOHN | Alyssa Boyle took the floor with Lake Central down 10 points.
MICHIGAN CITY | It took just 5:03 for Chesterton's nine-point lead to disappear, the rebound dominance to disappear and the chance to tie the Duneland Athletic Conference to go poof.
CEDAR LAKE | Jordan Kramer is a helper.
HAMMOND | Karisma Chapman came off the bench.
HOBART | Highland has a history of holding onto the ball as the clock expires and grabbing the win.
HIGHLAND | With two starters and a coach out for undisclosed reasons, the Hammond girls basketball team started the game rattled.
MUNSTER | Brianne Rubesha doesn't remember the ball going into the net, but she won't forget looking up as the clock hit 0.0 and her shot had tied the game.
MERRILLVILLE | After losing three consecutive games, girls basketball practice at Merrillville has had one focus: defense.
HAMMOND | For those who came to see Skylar Diggins' first visit to the Region, the South Bend Washington star didn't disappoint.
VALPARAISO | Kyle Scheffel has a slight advantage over his 3-point shootout competitors: He'll have prior experience on the Hammond Civic Center court.
VALPARAISO | Griffith's fatigue started to show in the fourth quarter.
MUNSTER | Munster senior Sarah Posey had already set the school record for consecutive free throws in a season.
CROWN POINT | Crown Point had 10 days to work out the kinks of what has gone wrong with its girls basketball team.
MARSHALL | Meghan Doss is the only senior on a Turkey Run team full of sophomores, and she's not hard to pick out on the basketball floor.
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