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Marvel Thompson of T.F. North and Thornton's Ti'Fonte Hunt, right, battle with T.F. North's Marvell Thompson at last spring's Class 3A Homewood-Flossmoor Sectional. Hunt is expected to fare well in the Class 3A Illinois Prep Top Times Meet.
After a decade of great success, Hanover Central wrestling coach Nick Petrov announced his resignation on Thursday night at the Wildcats Winter Sports banquet. He said he wants to watch his sons wrestle in college. Petrov poses with sons John and Paul, and wife Bessie, in 2009.
Illiana Christian varsity girls basketball coach Dave Bosman talks to his team during January 2011 Illiana Christian vs. T.F. South game. After six seasons as head coach, Bosman stepped down.
Thornton's JoWahn Brown, left, committed to play at Eastern Illinois.
Thornton's Tifonte Hunt has committed to play football for Northern Illinois University.
Crete-Monee's (52) Rudy Antuna, left, and Chris Jernigan tackle Benet's Brad Sznajder. Benet handed the Warriors their only loss. Crete travels to Rich Central on Saturday and puts its 24-game Southland Athletic Conference winning streak on the line.
Benet Academy's Brad Sznajder, right, is tackled by Crete-Monee's Rudy Antuna, top, and Chris Jernigan. Benet beat the Warriors 30-6 and handed them their first lost in 17 games dating back to last year.
Crete-Monee's Carlos Baker runs the ball in first half action against Benet Friday night.
Benet Academy's Brad Sznajder is tackled by Crete-Monee's Rodulfo Antuna and Chris Jernigan in first half action Friday night.
Crete-Monee quarterback Frank Douglas tries to pull away from Benet Academy defender Jason Blohm in first half action Friday night.
Crete-Monee's Chris Slayton and Kwante Bright stop Benet Academy's Nick McTarnaghan last season. Slayton officially signed Wednesday to play at Syracuse.
Crete-Monee's Elijah Douglas carries the ball in first half action in a game against Benet Academy Friday night.
Crete-Monee's Chris Slayton tries to block the pass of Benet Academy's Jack Beneventi in first half action Friday night.
West Side wide receiver Carlton Sims is wrapped up by Morton's Darius Niuamoa last season. Niuamoa is a Samoan native, whose father played for Southern California and his brother played at Oregon. This Gov is currently being recruited by Illinois.
T.F. South's Torian Lewis, left, and Isiah Stiff pressure Oak Forest quarterback Nick Ciufia during last Friday's 28-21 loss to the Bengals.
T.F. South varsity football coach Tom Padjen walks off the field at the end of the first half at Oak Forest High School Friday night.
T.F. South varsity football coach Tom Padjen talks to the team during a time out late in the first half at Oak Forest High School Friday.
T.F. South's Kendall McCaskill gains some yards and eludes Oak Forest's Geri Mallet in first half action Friday n ight.
T.F. South's Kendall McCaskill gains some yards in first half action against Oak Forest Friday night.
T.F. South's Torian Lewis and Isiah Stiff pressure Oak Forest quarterback Nick Ciufia in first half action Friday night.
T.F. South's Raphael Canty and Marvin Durr wrap up Oak Forest's Matt Barry in first half action Friday night.
T.F. South's Fredrick Taylor and Raphael Canty wrap up Oak Forest's Matt Barry in first half action Friday night.
T.F. South's Elijah Graham upends Oak Forest quarterback Nick Ciufia on a quarterback keeper in first half action Friday night.
T.F. South quarterback Cody Petrich drops back to pass in first half action in a game against Oak Forest.
T.F. South's Efe Ovie celebrates after scoring South's first touchdown early in the first quarter of play against Oak Forest Friday night.
T.F. South's Efe Ovie runs off the field with the football after scoring a touchdown in the final second of the first half as Ka'Ton Mays congratulates him. After the extra point, South regained the lead 14-13 against Oak Forest.
Merrillville's daytime population swells to an estimated 100,000 when shoppers and workers, including those at Centier Bank's corporate headquarters, converge on Merrillville.
Hammond's bike trail network connects to the greater Northwest Indiana map of bike trails.
LaTika Martin, left, and Kiahsha Shavers celebrate after graduation ceremonies Thursday evening at Thornton Fractional South High School in Lansing. Officials said the class of 2013 collectively earned $3.2 million in college scholarships.
TF South senior Jacob Lee Reed was awarded the Gates Millennium Scholarship, awarded each year to only 1,000 graduatiing seniors across the country. Recipients can use the scholarship for up to 10 years to earn their undergraduate degree and continue on to the graduate level if they study in…
Valedictorian Peyton Padjen speaks at graduation ceremonies Thursday for Thornton Fractional South High School at the campus in Lansing.
T.F. North's Alex Lane finishes his triple jump at the Class 3A Sectional on Thursday.
Marian Catholic's Matthew Martinson competes in the triple jump at Thursday's Class 3A Sectional.
Jesse Unzueta of Thornwood pushes himself to finish in the 3,200-meter final Thursday at the Class 3A Homewood-Flossmoor Sectional.
T.F. North's Marvel Thompson, left, and Thornton's Tifonte Hunt battle it out in the 200-meter dash preliminaries during Thursday's Class 3A Homewood-Flossmoor Sectional.
Thornwood's Matthew Kind, middle, pushes near the end of the 3,200 run at the Class 3A Homewood-Flossmoor Sectional. .
Thornwood's Ken Allen winces in pain after the 100-meter dash finals Thursday.
Bob Huffman bikes through the region weekly. The 69-year-old Munster resident uses local bike trails to ride to Glenwood and Merrillville to meet his wife for breakfast.
Bob Huffman, 69, has been riding his bicycle in Northwest Indiana for 40 years. He says, in recent years, trails for bikes have improved.
Bob Huffman, 69, has been biking in Northwest Indiana for 40 years.
Sign for the bike trail near Torrence in Lansing.
Bob Huffman bikes each week from his home in Munster to a restaurant in Merrillville, 14 miles, to meet his wife for breakfast. Huffman, 69, has been biking in Northwest Indiana for 40 years and says trails for bicyclists have improved in recent years.
Bloom Township's Gina Narcisi finishes third in the 3,200-meter run on Thursday at the Class 3A Homewood-Flossmoor Sectional.
Marian Catholic's Ulis and his teammates won the program's first sectional title on Friday. The Spartans face Edwardsville tonight in the Class 4A Illinois State Supersectional. Ulis is averaging 21.9 points, 4.8 assists, 2.8 steals and 3.6 rebounds for the 29-3 Spartans.
Sophia Hodge 3, visits with the Easter Bunny after filling her basket with candy and goodies at the Easter Egg Hunt at Park Plaza at Ridge Road and Grant Ave in Lansing on a rainy Saturday morning.
Bloom Township's Johnny Griffin, right, is averaging 14 points and nine rebounds per game and is a big reason the Blazing Trojans have won 15 in a row and are looking to make a return trip to Peoria.
Seton Academy's Mark Weems Jr. shoots over Marist's Zack Cody during a recent game. Weems is the program's all-time leading scorer with 1,270 points and was a Class 2A all-state selection last year.
Seton Academy's Jaylin Clemons, left, is guarded by Marist's LJ McIntosh in first-half action.
Seton Academy's Mark Weems Jr. shoots over Marist's Zack Cody in the first half of Tuesday's game.
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