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LYNWOOD | When Illiana Derby Dames coach Samantha Judge wrapped Bre Christensen's arms close to her body with electrical tape, it wasn't to treat an injury.
VALPARAISO | It looked as if Jacob Schoon missed it by a hair or two ... or 3,000.
He's seen the movie. He's heard about the hype. But still ...
Jake Chatel gets about five haircuts a year.
CALUMET CITY | Practice makes perfect.
SOUTH HOLLAND | On a geographical scale, there's really not much latitude that separates the south side of Chicago from the north side.
GARY | The inaugural North vs. South Gary Elementary School All-Star Boys Basketball Game didn't resemble your typical all-star game.
This is an example where size doesn't matter.
MUNSTER | The view can be picturesque. An canvas of opal blue. Maybe a smattering of clouds. A hot California sun.
PARK FOREST | If you so happen to be the "stud" of your team, the Forest Trail Wolverines will make sure you're the "dud" before the end of the third quarter.
CROWN POINT | Joseph Smith wears LeBron James' No. 6. If only LeBron had Smith's intensity.
MERRILLVILLE | Mark Magiera has a lot of excuses at his disposal.
Cedric Agnew's next opponent is not only dangerous, he's deadly.
HAMMOND | Now comes the tricky part.
MUNSTER | Evan Torbica is beyond hat tricks.
HAMMOND | It wasn't like he had never been here before.
Since 1998, the finest wheelchair basketball players in the world have helped get the NBA All-Star festivities rolling.
The Nile perch that populate the Murchison Falls National Park area grow to be the biggest in the world due to the Ugandan Wildlife Authority's strict catch-and-release policy.
DYER | Just after the midway point of the Minnesota Junior Hockey League season, the Illiana Blackbirds took an extended holiday break.
HIGHLAND | Though the follow-through has no impact on a ball already released, the late, great Carmen Salvino often claimed, "If you do everything correctly, it's impossible not to have a good follow-through."
CROWN POINT | Even if Al Braccolino shot his age at Youche Country Club, he'd still be 13 over par.
LANSING | Oak Glen jumped out to an 8-0 lead midway through the second quarter of the Lansing Roundball Classic championship game against Coolidge, Feb. 20 at Memorial Junior High School.
ST. JOHN | Lake Central's spanking-new Olympic-sized pool is fast.
Pat Montalbano is a longtime supporter of the Hammond Sports Hall of Fame.
SCHERERVILLE | You run, he'll gun.
Even with roll cages, restrictor plates and HANS device helmet restraints, auto racing remains a dangerous business well into the 21st Century.
VALPARAISO | John Coddington believes in pitch counts, but he warns that they are not always magic numbers for preventing arm injuries.
DYER | Don't let Emma Speck's size fool you. She is very strong.
It was a shootout that almost didn't happen.
SCHERERVILLE | Michaela Spears' favorite swim stroke is the butterfly.
MERRILLVILLE | Tom Bainbridge's 66th birthday was Jan. 14.
CROWN POINT | Patrick Dempsey, star of the ABC hospital drama "Grey's Anatomy," is not a real doctor. He just plays one on TV.
Jalen Kimber, of Schererville, was the only Indiana player "picked" for the seventh-grade game of the Football University-Eastbay Youth All-American Bowl held Jan. 4 inside the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas.
One Hundred-and-Ten percent.
GRIFFITH | Pro football has the Manning family.
LANSING | Curtis Granderson can't wait for class to begin.
ST. JOHN | Taking a final dip into Lake Central's soon-to-be drained and demolished swimming pool brought back some fond holiday memories for Mike Carlson.
HAMMOND | If someone claims "Age and treachery trump youth and ambition," they may not be pulling your leg.
CEDAR LAKE | It wasn't that long ago when it was all the same for Jeff Austgen.
When Pop Warner regional director Jack Arnett contacted Tim Arvanitis about having his team represent Mid-America at the Mitey Mite Bowl as part of the PW National Championships ...
LANSING | Ilian Perez left his native land as a national champion.
Chris Wey is such a popular teacher at Garden City Elementary School in Indianapolis that students ask for his autograph.
Insanity has its limits.
CROWN POINT | Novi Marojevic doesn't regretfully look back at the time when he was a young man leaving his country.
CROWN POINT | It's a fact of football life, especially for those pining to go pro: size matters.
SCHERERVILLE | Zoran Talley has grown in several ways since graduating from Merrillville last spring.
HAMMOND | After 17 years, John Tomera decided to go back to school. Ten years after that, Tomera still revels like a college student every "Black Wednesday."
SCHERERVILLE | To win or place well at a model competition, you need to catch the attention of the judges.
LYNWOOD | Illiana Ravens head coach Bob Crowder told Erin Buteau that she had to have a nickname.
MERRILLVILLE | When Toi Baylor talks about the rigors of extending a student-athlete's education, those listening can also get an education.
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