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Members of the Lake Central varsity and junior varsity cheerleading squads fine tune their routines in preparation for an upcoming boys basketball game.
Lansing Lions running back Jonathan Nelson, left, and Lansing Lions president Terry Earp show off the youth program's new uniform and logo before a pep rally at Memorial Junior High School.
Portage junior Jackie Rhoda was named "Female Bowler of the Year" by Indiana High School Bowling.
From left, Youche Country Club president Craig Slosson, Eloise and James Bloede, and Youche membership coordinator Al Braccolino pose for a photo in Youche's clubhouse to celebrate the Bloedes becoming the club's 200th new member since Braccolino became coordinator in 2011. Not pictured: You…
Oak Glen jumped out to an early lead and then went on an 8-1 surge in overtime to defeated Coolidge, 22-15, in the championship game of the Lansing Roundball Classic.
Lake Central's new aquatics center does not only cater to high school and age-group swimmer, but the whole community as well.
Bill Bryk, left, overlooks the pitching form of Connor Manous during the Professional Scout Showcase, Feb. 9 at the Morris Baseball and Softball Center in Schererville.
John Coddington, left, works with Blake Schulte, 11, of Portage, during an "Essentials of Throwing" session at Bases Loaded in Valparaiso.
Michaela Spears led Team Indiana to a first-place finish at the most recent Mid-States Swimming Championships with five individual wins. Her performance at the previous Mid-States Championships earned her Prince, a Pomeranian, after winning a bet with her father.
Tom Bainbridge overlooks a drill during a Region Rockers indoor practice at Merrillville Intermediate School.
NBA and ABA great Rick Barry signs some basketballs for Brenda Bonewits during an appearance Wednesday night at Bridges' Scoreboard Restaurant and Sports Bar.
Nathan Aloisio (front) of the Illiana Blackbirds battles for position during Sunday's game against the Tri City Icehawks at Midwest Training and Ice Center. The Blackbirds lost 4-1 and went 1-2 during the weekend series after winning the first game in overtime.
Major league all-star centerfielder Curtis Granderson takes questions during a Thursday morning appearance at Nathan Hale Elementary School. Granderson earlier appeared at Heritage Middle School -- he was a former student at both schools.
Lake Central swimming alumni take one final dip in the pool before it's drained in demolished.
Bryon Angerman, left, and Mike Blaze, both members of Lake Central's 1987 state champion swim team, made competitive comebacks while helping retire the school's 37-year-old swimming pool.
Michelle Smart, left, gains the upper hand against Tamara Mitts as referee Bill Collins looks on during the Ultimate Armwrestling League lightweight women's championship match, Jan. 11 at The Venue at Horseshoe Casino. Smart won the title with a 5-0 sweep over Mitts.
Karen Balich and Jeff Austgen, respective vice-president and president of the Cedar Lake Youth Baseball League, can't wait for the snow to melt and the start of the 2014 season when the league will be part of Cal Ripken/Babe Ruth.
Ilian Perez, who was the 2011 U.S national badminton men's singles champion, gets ready to serve as he and his doubles partner, Renee Olson, take on Moldova national champion Alex Nagornov and Irina Slavina, of Russia, during the Carlton Cup, Dec. 28 at T.F. South High School.
Runners brave the cold during a "No Boundaries, No Excuses" 10K and 10-mile training program hosted by Fleet Feet in Schererville.
Former professional soccer player Novi Marojevic is the president and director of coaching for the Chicago Fire Juniors Northwest Indiana soccer program.
Members from the Munster Swim Club, the Lansing Swim Organization and Irish Aquatics from South Bend show off the items they donated for Toys for Tots before the start of the annual Candy Cane Swim Meet at Munster High School.
Matt Mosak, left, Spase Dorsuleski and Jared Smolar perform a drill under the watchful eye of Travis Smith at the Fast Center in Crown Point.
Trainer Travis Smith works with Dallas Milligan, of Chesterton, during a Fast Center session.
Merrillville graduate Zoran Talley stretches out while the rest of his team scrimmages during a Midwest Elite Prep practice at Campagna Academy.
Nick Kalwinski takes aim during a practice session for the Black Wednesday Dart Tournament Nov. 27 at Flat Rock Tap in Hammond.
Former Morton and semipro football player John Irving conducts a drill with Mary Ellen Six during an Illiana Ravens women's tackle football team tryout Saturday at Ho-Chunk Sports and Expo Center.
From left, Illiana Ravens veteran defensive backs Erin Buteau and Candace Griffin, Ravens general manager Konesha Rhea, former player and consultant Tashaundra Shumpert, and offensive line coach "Snoopy" Shuster are ready for some women's tackle football.
Deandre Robinson gets ready to split a pair at the free-throw line on the way to helping Thornwood's Special Olympics Blue Team defeat Rich Township 34-27.
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.
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