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Bob Crowder and Konesha Rhea are looking for a few good women as respective head coach and general manager of the Illiana Ravens, a new addition to the Women's Football Alliance.
Though his greyhound "Boston" is built for speed, Jeff Mescal is built more for endurance and recovery as the Hebron man just completed a run of seven sub-three-hour marathons in seven consecutive weeks.
The Michigan City Wolves defeated the Hoffman Estates Hawks 25-7 in the Division II Pee Wee championship of the Mid-America Pop Warner Regional, Friday at Ames Field. The win advances Michigan City to the Pop Warner National Championships, Dec. 7-14 at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex i…
Brett Brechner, 41, of Chesterton, approaches the finish line during the Highland Parks and Recreation's Pumpkin Plod 10K race held Thanksgiving morning. Brechner is wearing a shirt from the Plod's 1978 race, which his father Ron "Hawk" Brechner participated in.
Former Portage High School soccer star Will Fortenberry is the director for Portage Parks and Recreations Indoor Soccer Academy.
Deon Tolliver, left, and Rose Marie Joiner are getting things ready for the inaugural Northwest Indiana Basketball Challenge, Dec. 7 at John Will Anderson Boys and Girls Club. Tolliver's DT Sports Group, LLC is putting the boys and girls varsity and jayvee multisport tourney together; Joiner…
Former professional baseball player Bobby Morris works with Connor Misch at Morris Baseball and Softball Center at Omni Health and Fitness in Schererville.
From left, Brian, Josh and Lisa Kazmierski will be going to Florida next month with the Tri Town Raiders Mitey Mite football team, which is playing in Pop Warner National Championships. Josh is a two-way lineman and Brian, who nealy died from brain injuries last spring, is one of the assista…
From left, White Sox manager of youth baseball initiatives Kevin Cole, Simeon sophomore Tyler Gordon and baseball instructor Ro Coleman remain busy during the offseason with Amateur City Elite indoor training at Ho-Chunk Sports and Expo Center.
Former Bears quarterback Bobby Douglass, flanked by Jeff Bridges and Scott Bridges, made an appearance at Bridges' Scoreboard Restaurant and Sports Bar during the Bears' Monday Night Football victory over Green Bay.
Midwest Wings Soccer Club director Bill Dekker is trying to bright the outdoor soccer experience indoors at Ho Chunk Sports and Expo Center.
Archibald McKinlay, seated, is seen with East Chicago Sports Hall of Fame founder Jim Platis (left) and John Dull and Ardash Daronatsy in September 2012 at East Chicago Central High School honored with a display for being "individuals who for decades have promoted the East Chicago Sports Hal…
Running coach Candace Mitchell, left, gives instructions before helping lead a group run as part of Fleet Feet Sports' "No Boundaries" beginner runner program. Fleet Feet is also offering a "Challenge 7" program to help health-conscious people stay in shape during the holidays.
From left, Justyna Ksiazek, Brianne Corral and Terra Afman will represent Corrals Martial Arts at the Ms. Bikini, Figure and Model Midwest Regional on Nov. 3 at the Beverly Performing Arts Center in Chicago. It will be Ksiazek's and Afman's first competition; Corral has placed second in Biki…
The Dirksen Middle School Lady Senators defeated Roosevelt in the championship game of the Lady Sting Classic basketball tournament hosted by Seton Academy. It was the school's first basketball title since restarting its program three years ago.
Former Chicago Bears running back Adrian Peterson was on hand to sign copies of his book "Don't Dis My Abilities" last Sunday at Bridges' Scoreboard Restaurant and Sports Bar.
Hanover Central players serenade their fans with the school fight song after defeating Rensselaer 20-8 to cap an undefeated junior varsity season.
Kyle Jett Earmsmuth, 7, shows his soccer skills, which have made him a prolific scorer on his youth teams.
Chesterton Lacrosse player Andrea Peck, left, scoops up the ball during the second game of a doubleheader against Penn on Oct. 12 at Dogwood Park.
Tom Taylor, founder of Cause 2 Compete, announces plans for the Dawn of the Dunes Marathon during a press conference at Gary City Hall. The event, which also includes a half marathon, a 5K and a kids fun run, will take place Oct. 27 at Marquette Park.
Tom Taylor, founder of Cause 2 Compete, announces plans for the Oct. 27 Dawn of the Dunes Marathon at Marquette Park during a Tuesday press conference at Gary City Hall.
Illiana Blackbird Nathan Aloisio, right, challenges Fort Wayne Federal goalie Tyler Martz during the second period of Saturday's junior hockey game at Midwest Training and Ice Center. The Blackbirds would go on to win their home opener while improving to 10-1-0-1 for the season.
Charles Van Tine, of Valparaiso, attempts a difficult shot during the South Shore Midwest Billiards Championships' 8-Ball "B" Singles round Thursday night at Majestic Star Casino.
Teams comprised of current and former NWI Exiles Rugby Club members battle for control the of the ball during an "Old Boys" match Saturday as part of the club's 40th anniversary.
Kyle Morris races upfield on the way to scoring one of his three trys while helping the NWI Exiles defeat the Rockford Ravens Saturday.
Longtime coaches and instructors Dennis Maluchnik, left, and Len Funk of ABC Fastpitch Training Academy have recently set up shop in Dyer.
Mike Ward Jr. displays his ballhandling skills as his father, Mike Ward Sr., watches inside their family-owned Dyer Indoor Soccer Arena, which is entering its 15th year in business.
Former Lake Central and Michigan State wrestling and aspiring mixed martial arts fighter Justin Mora has recently opened up Next Level School of Strength in Merrillville.
Hammond Police corporal Marcus May earned a silver medal while shooting sporting clays with an Irish team at the World Police and Fire Games held in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
Joey Gonzalez races for his second touchdown of the first half while being pursued by Marcus Dowdell, right, during a Northwest Indiana Iron Eagles youth football game at Lake Station High School.
Northwest Indiana Iron Eagles president Paul Cuellar, left, and vice president Dewayne Bailey Sr. started the youth football and cheerleading program to cater to players and families who either get turned away or can't afford to play in other programs.
Mount Carmel senior Sam Connolly, far left, and Caravan assistant coach David Lenti conduct a linebacker reaction drill during the Women's Gridiron Football Clinic.
Participants of Mount Carmel's annual Women's Girdiron Football Clinic take a group shot with Caravan players and coaches at the conclusion of the clinic
Team Underground instructor Tim Carlisle, bottom position, gives guard and reversal instruction while grappling with Chris Elkins as, from left, Mike Young, Brian Hernandez and Rick Montoya look on. Elkins, Young and Hernandez are due to fight in an MMA pro-am card Oct. 12 at the Hammond Civ…
The LakeShore Jets 400 relay team of, from left, Barrie Wesby, Darius Barnes, Carlton Sims adn Daronte Buggs won the boys 15-16 division at the AAU Junior Olympics held July 29-Aug. 3 in Eastern Michigan University.
Anthony Diaz watches a replay of Ferguson Jenkins and the Cubs defeating the Philadelphia Phillies to maintain their first-place standing in 1969.
When Anthony Diaz and his wife purchased the former home of Hammond parks patriach A. Murray Turner, a large 120-year-old house that later served as a funeral home and the Hammond YMCA, he finally had basement big enough to store countless number of history film reels.
Whiting senior lineman Matt Wooden, left, and Whiting coach Victor Sahagun load up their plates during the "Battle of 119th Street Barbecue" on Thursday two days before the Oilers' 80th game against Clark.
Three-fourths of the quartet Remember When sang the national anthem during Armed Forces Night on Monday at the Cal Ripken Major/60 World Series. From left, the group includes Mike Whitmore, Bill Schmidt and Harold Hull. Not pictured: Bob Luther.
Winning team members of the Cal Ripken World Series Skills Competition are shown with former Cubs pitcher Carmen Pignatiello, center. in Cubs uniform, who represented tournament sponsor Nationwide Insurance.
HAMMOND | In a stirring keynote speech delivered in the face of the Cal Ripken World Series participating teams at the Banquet of Champions Thursday night at the Jean Shepherd Community Center, Hammond native and former major league player Darrel Chaney spoke about his childhood hero, Cubs H…
Deanna Breclaw, administrative director for the Cal Ripken Major/60 World Series, displays some of the "ancestral dirt" that will be used to "mud-rub" the baseballs.
Crown Point Bulldogs coach John Paris, left, conducts infield drills during a Tuesday night practice in preparation for the Cal Ripken Major/60 World Series.
Rigo Martinez strikes a pitching pose during a pre-practice photo session with Cinemagic. Rigo is scheduled to be the Hammond Optimist Youth Sports Bulldogs starting pitching for their first pool-play game against Grand Fork, N.D. Friday at the Cal Ripken Major/60 World Series.
Though the Hammond Optimist Youth Sports Bulldogs will play host to the Cal Ripken Major/60 World Series at their state-of-the-art complex, the team has been practicing on in more grittier conditions at a softball field adjacent to the Hammond Civic Center. Team members include Santino Barbo…
Phil "Hambone" Hamilton is umpiring his second Little League Softball World Series.
Dave Hirata, 50, of Lowell, won the fourth Wally of his career — and his first since 2000 — when he won the Top Alcohol Dragster division at the Summit Racing Equipment Nationals July 7 in Norwalk, Ohio.
Tiffany Curtis, 15, was the medalist of her division and placed third overall at the Indiana Section Junior PGA Championships in July at Honeywell Golf Course in Wabash.
Randall Perrin, pitcher for the HOYS Bulldogs.
Hammond Optimist Youth Sports vice-present Kevin McCloskey waters what will be the championship field for the Cal Ripken Major/60 World Series at the HOYS Complex.
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