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Naomi HouseSchool: Bishop NollGrade: SophomorePosition: PGNickname: House or NayNayColleges recruiting me/where I've committed: I have colleges looking at me, but I have not made a commitment yet.My favorite basketball player, why: Maya Moore and Kobe Bryant are my favorite basketball player…
Grayce RoachSchool: HobartGrade: SeniorPosition: PGNickname: G$Colleges recruiting me/where I've committed: IUN, Manchester, IU East, Holy Cross, Purdue CalumetMy favorite basketball player, why: Maya Moore because she was the heart and soul of her team.My favorite pro/college team: Baylor U…
Caroline PuntilloSchool: ChestertonGrade: SeniorPosition: GNickname: CareColleges recruiting me/where I've committed: Franklin and Marshall, University of Chicago, EmoryMy favorite basketball player, why: Skylar Diggins, because I love her "never-quit" attitude and her constant drive for exc…
Munster's Colin Richter will be the team's top player and perhaps the only varsity senior this season.
T.F. South senior Joe Young, left, takes down Justin McCoy during a practice. Young is 31-3 at 182 pounds and will compete in the Class 3A state meet which begins today in Champaign.
T.F South heavyweight senior Corinthan McBridge, top, is 37-3 and is competing in the Class 3A meet which begins today in Champaign.
Gold shovels and hard hats sit on a bulldozer near the beginning of the groundbreaking ceremony for the CSX Select Site designation and rail infrastructure improvements at INland Logistics Port in Kingsbury in September.
Lake Central's Mike Miklusak stands 6-foot-5 but can shoot the long-ball like a guard. That is why Texas Pan-American and Chicago State have already offered Division I scholarships and Hofstra is making a push of late to obtain senior's talents in the coming years.
Washington Township's Heather Burton is a junior who leads a Senators team with a 4-1 PCC record and a Mid-Winter Classic championship this season.
Hobart's Grayce Roach has been a verbal and floor leader for the Brickies for the past three seasons. She recently committed to take her talents to IU Northwest.
A University of Chicago's Aeromedical Network transports a patient from Methodist Northlake's Gary campus to the University's Chicago Pediatric Trauma Center in October 2009.
A patient suffering from life-threatening injuries lays on a gurnee in October 2009 at the Trauma Area of Methodist Hospital's Northlake Campus as doctors and nurses work to care for him.
A supervisor checks IV bags while making calls concerning a trauma case as Dr. Nick Johnson and his team assess a patient for injuries Oct. 24, 2009 at Methodist Northlake's Gary campus.
Illiana's Trevor Wheaton tees off during a September team practice at Palmira Golf Club in St. John.
Crown Point's Tiffany Curtis putts on No. 18 during the second day of last year's state finals at The Legends of Indiana Golf Course in Franklin. Curtis hopes for a return trip to state as a sophomore.
Valparaiso's Harley Dubsky celebrates after making an eagle on the par-5 second hole during the second round of the girls golf state finals last season. She placed third overall, her third top 10 finish at the event.
Crown Point's Tiffany Curtis qualified for the state finals last season.
Valparaiso Harley Dubsky won the Lafayette Jeff Regional last season. She has committed to UNLV.
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