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NEW CARLISLE | West Lafayette defended its New Prairie Semistate titles Saturday, but the footsteps the Red Devils boys heard belonged to Munster.
VALPARAISO | Defense has driven Times No. 10 Chesterton from day one this season and did again at Viking Field on Friday.
On his first day of high school, Bryce Gawronski walked through the gym at Kankakee Valley and couldn't help but notice the big pictures of state champions John Van Soest and Celeste Susnis.
When the season started, Brett Eriks was riding with training wheels.
As the temperatures drop, the leaves fall and most sports begin to head indoors, Portage baseball coach Tim Pirowski has an important message for kids.
Good things have been happening this season for Chesterton's defense, and Jordan Dilosa is usually in the vicinity.
NEW CARLISLE | Region cross country teams have played musical chairs all season, knowing someone's going to be left without a seat at the upcoming semistate.
CHESTERTON | The red zone defense came up golden for Chesterton on Friday.
It is not supposed to be this easy.
Valparaiso was struggling to move the ball, as it has been prone to do this season, last Friday against Portage when Bryce Crook settled back to receive a punt late in the first quarter.
For three straight years from 2009 to 2011, Wheeler and Rensselaer met in the Class 2A sectional, doing so twice with a title on the line.
The average fan may not notice Highland's Matt Foundos. His statistics don't jump off the sheet. The senior outside linebacker is just a guy who makes his presence felt.
LIBERTY TOWNSHIP | First the Duneland Athletic Conference meet, now the sectional.
CROWN POINT | If Morgan Kral doesn't play another home game, Friday's performance will make a fine grand finale.
When they're running, there isn't much difference among Hebron's closely-bunched sophomore trio of Scott Crawley, Joe MacNeill and Parker Nuest.
Football runs fathoms deep in the Klimczak family.
PORTER TOWNSHIP | You can excuse Kyleigh Werner for being teary-eyed after becoming only the third runner in Porter County Conference Championship history to capture three titles.
LIBERTY TWP. | "Every Viking Counts" has been a theme for the Valparaiso boys cross country team this season, and they applied it at Saturday's Duneland Athletic Conference Championship at a chilly Sunset Hill Farm County Park.
When Wheeler lost tailback Jake Wasz to a bruised knee against Whiting three weeks ago, the offense wasn't the same.
Less than two months ago, Rachel Metzger's only experience in a race over a mile long was a track meet last spring when she competed in the 3,200-meter run.
ST. JOHN | At some point in the future, when folks are recalling the old days of Lake Central's Burial Grounds, Jill Doan will be the answer to a good trivia question.
Early in the season, when Boone Grove coach Tony Tinkel had more questions than answers about his team, one of his few sure things was junior running back Evan Stewart.
When Rensselaer dropped 60 points on Kankakee Valley in the season opener, a passing glance may have quickly written off the Kougars.
CULVER | With five of the top 10 Indiana boys teams in Indiana plus powers from Illinois and Ohio, the elite race in Saturday's massive Culver Academies Invitational was its usual measuring stick for area programs.
CHESTERTON | The big play made a triumphant return to the Chesterton offense Friday.
It's easier to follow than to lead.
Some players go through their careers never getting their name called during a game on Friday night.
NEW CARLISLE | It's been a hectic week for Kyleigh Werner, what with preparations for homecoming at South Central, where she was named queen Friday, three cross country meets, a powder puff football game and, oh yeah, the golf sectional.
VALPARAISO | A late Valparaiso touchdown knocked the cherry off the sundae for Chesterton's defense, but the outcome was only a tad less sweet for the Trojans on Friday.
It's been more than 30 years since Tim Adams ran for New Prairie, but some things don't fade with time.
There was a time when the headlines and highlights about the National Football League featured what happened on the field.
Of the many physical attributes Charles Salary possesses, the LaPorte running back believes his greatest assets are ones that can't be measured.
With Ethan Young doing most of the heavy lifting for Whiting on Friday, it was a quiet night on offense for Martin Petruf, where the Oilers junior caught four passes for 45 yards.
LAPORTE | On a night when Chesterton gave up 259 yards rushing to Charles Salary, its defense still stood tall in the end.
When Boomer Nellessen first noticed Natalie Gruszka in the 800-meter run at an indoor track meet last winter, two questions quickly came to the Valparaiso coach's mind.
Until eighth grade, futbol, not football, was strong-legged Jared Smolar's sport of choice.
CHESTERTON | The pitch option returned to Chesterton's offense Saturday, and Michigan City's offense had no answer for it.
Prep football games in Indianapolis may be a once-in-a-lifetime experience for Portage and Lake Central players meeting today at Lucas Oil Stadium, but for their coaches, it's nothing new.
CHESTERTON | It's going to be a busy Saturday for Nate Needham.
When Nick Heimberg reached middle school, he had aspirations of playing football at Portage.
It's not always easy being the youngest.
When John Achor was told he wasn't going to be Chesterton's varsity goalkeeper as a sophomore, he took his talents elsewhere.
On the first series of Artie Equihua's varsity debut at quarterback, the Crown Point junior threw an interception.
MUNSTER | No Seth, no problem.
When Elena Lancioni headed off to Bowling Green, the former LaPorte star left some words of advice for Kailee Schoof.
In his first seven weeks of high school, Christian Luna sustained three concussions, forcing him to watch Wheeler's sectional title run from the sideline.
LAPORTE | Coaches always tell their runners that every point counts.
Hockey has been a part of Joel O'Shea's sports itinerary since he was in first grade.
Serving as caddy to the area's top signal caller wasn’t easy for Jake Paliga, but Andrean's heir to Matt DeSomer's throne never wavered.
CHESTERTON | Faced with short fields time after time Friday against South Bend St. Joseph, Chesterton's defense responded repeatedly Friday.
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