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It wasn't an offer Jerrick Suiter couldn't refuse, but it was close.
A native Moroccan rug, purchased at an outdoor market for the price of about 6 dirhams, lies on the floor in Kate Johnson's room.
INDIANAPOLIS | Only one player, Lafayette Central Catholic's Austin Munn in 2012, had turned the quarterback-winning pitcher state championship double play in Indiana high school history prior to Saturday.
As a freshman at Portage, Ashley Sosbe's best discus throw was 94 feet.
MERRILLVILLE | When Adler Hazlett was 4 or 5, he began following Robbie Hummel's career at Purdue. A few years later, the Valparaiso boy had the Boilermakers' roster memorized.
KOKOMO | The first inning told the story of Saturday's Class A Northern Semistate and it wasn't a happy ending for Washington Township at Highland Park.
KOKOMO | Standing 6-foot-4 with a fastball in the mid 80s and an off-the-table curve ball, Rockville's Dalton Laney has a bright future.
A cornfield separated Bryce Collins and Jimmy Milligan growing up in Washington Township.
Back in 1990, Valparaiso took a chance on a middle school coach from rival Portage, naming Mike Prow its boys cross country coach.
Senator Park has been a home away from home for Jake Goodan his entire baseball life.
After two years of double duty, Dave Coyle is cutting back.
About a month ago, Marlon Williams was a nomad on the Chesterton boys track team, a runner without a home bouncing from event to event.
LOGANSPORT | With five local juniors, a sixth who used to play in Northwest Indiana and Lake Central's Tyler Wideman, Monday's Indiana Junior-Senior All-Star Game at the Berry Bowl had a distinctive region flavor.
FULTON | Saturday's Class A Caston Regional title came about 12 months later than expected for Washington Township.
FULTON | When it rains it pours.
In an event where progress is typically measured in inches, Luke Cota's shot putting improvement this season has been measured in larger increments.
The last time RJ and JT Snyder shared the same baseball field, the bat wasn't much shorter than 3-year-old RJ, who was allowed to play up with his 6-year-old brother on a Hanna Little League T-Ball team, coached by their dad, Eric.
Baseball is a game defined by countless statistics.
CULVER | This might have been as good of a performance by someone named Noah since that old guy who built the ark before the big flood.
Class 4A Chesterton Sectional championship: Hobart 3, Portage 2
CHESTERTON | His lightning arm has been the talk of region baseball.
WESTVILLE | It was a game Kouts' Max Everaert has probably envisioned since mid-April last year, when he incurred a 12-month athletic suspension.
CHESTERTON | The thick, black beard originated during No Shave November and the legend of Jon Velez reached another level in Friday's Class 4A Chesterton Sectional semifinals.
CHESTERTON | No one was talking about it in the Hobart dugout, but sophomore Braden Niksich knew what was going on.
Tracking Jerrick Suiter on the diamond for TCU is kind of like the old Looney Tunes cartoon where Bugs Bunny plays every position for the Tea Totalers against the vaunted Gas-House Gorillas.
CHESTERTON | The post-season is supposed to be about the old dogs, but it was some pups that helped defending champion Portage survive the opening round of the Class 4A Chesterton Sectional Wednesday.
Wheeler was at Munster's Ed Woodrick Invitational on May 2 when sophomore Jake Wasz approached Bearcats coach Luis Guillen about trying the long jump.
Boone Grove leads Hebron 9-8 with two outs and two on in the bottom of the sixth inning.
WASHINGTON TWP. | Sliding into first base is a cardinal sin of baseball.
PORTAGE | There might be a Sampson-esque connection with Liam McGrath and his haircut.
As catchers go, Sam Miller doesn't fit the physical stereotype.
After a two-sport spring his freshman year at Washington Township, Luke Soliday opted for quality over quantity.
HEBRON | Making his first start in over a month due to tendinitis in his pitching elbow, Donovan Friel had to navigate some rough waters just to post three outs Wednesday against Boone Grove.
Three winters ago, Dan Connelly didn't see his baseball career progressing and the Washington Township sophomore decided to quit.
CROWN POINT | When Wes Honaker came up sore after the 100-meter dash trials and bowed out of two events Wednesday, Crown Point's hopes for its first Duneland Athletic Conference boys track title seemed to have taken a big hit.
The tale of Carter Brown's hurdling success is one of rags to riches.
VALPARAISO | The game of golf comes naturally to Harley Dubsky.
His first few years in baseball, Morgan Township's Will Swisher was the guy stuck in right field.
For Ricardo Rosario, the last two minutes of a wrestling match and the final stretch of a 400-meter dash have much in common.
PORTAGE | The finish line may have eluded Brandon Roeske on a cold, rainy Thursday, but at least it was well within sight for the Chesterton senior this time.
No-hitters are rare, perfect games, even more so.
Back when Kyle Feck was in fifth grade, Doug Walker noticed his speed during field day and encouraged him to try track.
PORTAGE | The six days since Kevin Jones' disastrous outing against Crown Point seemed like an eternity to the Portage senior.
HEBRON | When Chuck Kidd was knocked out by a six-run Hebron first inning Friday, the Boone Grove junior sure didn't think he'd end up back on the mound trying to preserve a Porter County Conference victory.
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CHESTERTON | Five errors and 11 strikeouts aren't typically ingredients in formula for success, but Scott Upp isn't going to throw victories back like undersized fish.
At 5-foot-10, Taylor Sebben is dwarfed alongside Danny Mills, standing a half-foot shorter than his Portage track teammate.
Eighteen years ago, Kevin Kearney sat on the edge of a roof five stories up watching the finish of the Boston Marathon with his mom as his dad, Steve, made his way to the line.
CHESTERTON | It's the beauty of baseball, the ability to put a bad game behind you quickly and start with a clean slate the next afternoon.
There's an ease in the way Corey Rusboldt plays shortstop, a smooth flow that suggests he's been at the position since the first time he put a glove on his left hand.
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