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CHICAGO HEIGHTS | E.C. Central grad Bryce Walker came to South Suburban College looking for an outlet from life at home; an escape from reality.
ROYAL CENTER | Washington Twp. tried to put a rough start in the rear-view mirror and concentrate on a comeback attempt.
WASHINGTON TWP. | Losing the Porter County Conference to Hanover Central simply poured fuel on Washington Twp.’s fire during this postseason.
WARSAW | Going down 2-0 in the game of soccer is never an easy hole to crawl out of for any team.
GRIFFITH | Since 1999, Highland has not tasted victory over Griffith.
NORTH JUDSON | With the way Boone Grove came out in its first game against North Judson on Thursday, it looked as if the Wolves were primed for a good showing in the sectional opener.
MERRILLVILLE | Valparaiso goalkeeper Ethan Lehnen simply wanted to duplicate his heroic effort Saturday.
MUNSTER | Kankakee Valley coach Brad Stewart has been part of conference championships and many other Gatorade-drenching celebrations before, but Friday night was a new experience for his Kougars players.
MERRILLVILLE | “Nerves of steel” would be an appropriate description for Valparaiso goalkeeper Ethan Lehnen’s demeanor on the soccer field.
MUNSTER | Ninety-four minutes of regulation soccer had passed, and Munster faced two outcomes on Saturday: victory or season-ending defeat. The high school soccer career of senior goalkeeper Evan Kattan was balanced squarely on his shoulders.
HAMMOND | Andrean coach Pete Reist was already a legend in Indiana high school soccer, but Wednesday night’s outcome certainly cemented his place among the elite.
UNION TWP. | The surname O’Shea has been commonly heard around Wheeler for years now, and many great athletes have come out of the school with that last name.
MUNSTER | Mired in a three-game losing streak, Munster was eager to get back to its winning ways, and the way Nick Cossyleon and the Mustangs came out in the second half echoed that statement.
HAMMOND | After a uneventful first half offensively for Morton, the Governors turned up the intensity after the break.
CROWN POINT | Though Times No. 4 Valparaiso struggled early during a match-deciding fourth game against No. 6 Crown Point, the intensity the Vikings displayed never wavered.
ST. JOHN | Tears of joy flowed down Kiana Jongsma's face when she learned she qualified for Friday's first round of the state finals.
MERRILLVILLE | In the 2009 season-opener, Andrean's Mike Croux was thrown to the wolves as a freshman against Lake Central.
HAMMOND | In a highly anticipated soccer match between two rivals, it’s no surprise Monday’s contest between Times No. 4 Bishop Noll and No. 6 Andrean was physical throughout its entirety.
VALPARAISO | Natalie Achten wasn’t happy with her final round in the ladies championship of the Porter Amateur at Valparaiso Country Club, but with the ordeals she’s gone through, it’s a miracle she is able to golf at all.
BATTLE GROUND | The conditions may have been extremely windy at Saturday’s Lafayette Jeff Regional at Battle Ground Golf Club, but Valparaiso’s Harley Dubsky had no problems playing through the conditions.
MUNSTER | Austin Brown was ready to get Griffith back to winning football games, and that determination showed Friday night at Munster.
HAMMOND | Times No. 4 Bishop Noll was pumped up for its senior night, and that enthusiasm showed in a 4-0 blanking of No. 9 Boone Grove.
HAMMOND | At 6-foot-4 inches tall and 200 pounds, Bishop Noll’s Will Kasprzycki sticks out like a sore thumb, towering over everyone else on the soccer field.
ST. JOHN | It’s rare to see buzzer-beating scoring attempts in a soccer match, but Lake Central’s Josh Crague got an opportunity Wednesday night.
CEDAR LAKE | Hanover Central seniors Elizabeth Price, Jaime Frost and Hannah Green have been victims of disappointment in the last three seasons.
LAPORTE | Times No. 1 LaPorte set the tone early, and the Slicers simply cruised along on their home court.
DEMOTTE | In Indiana prep girls golf, one constant has been a Twin Lakes sectional championship.
HAMMOND | Clark senior Daniel Curiel may be soft-spoken, but his leadership on the field this season for the Pioneers speaks a much louder volume than his words.
ST. JOHN | With time waning and overtime on the horizon, Lauren Doreski wasn’t about to play 14 extra minutes of soccer.
MERRILLVILLE | For an entire half, Chesterton and Andrean tested each other’s defenses, trying to coax a shot into the net to no avail.
CROWN POINT | Tiffany Curtis may be short in stature, but her maturity level and skills on the golf course are greater than many other players her age.
MUNSTER | Merrillville's defense may have been ready and up to the task, but it was tough to slow down an offensive attack that was constantly in the Pirates' face.
HAMMOND | Morton running backs Kendall Huff and Eleazar Henderson led an all-out stampede Friday, and there was nothing Highland’s defense could do to slow it down.
CROWN POINT | In a hotly contested Duneland Athletic Conference boys soccer race, it’s no surprise Wednesday’s match between Times No. 6 Crown Point and No. 7 Chesterton came down to penalty kicks.
CROWN POINT | Carmelo Morales has always had the ability to be a talented goal scorer.
MUNSTER | After a tough first game in which Munster won 25-23, it looked as if Tuesday's Northwest Crossroads Conference volleyball match with Times No. 5 Andrean was going down to the wire.
GARY | With E.C. Central’s Martayveus Carter sitting out due to a one-game suspension, the Cardinals needed to find some playmakers in the absence of their best offensive player.
MUNSTER | Drake Bowers came into this season with a different mentality on the field.
LAKE STATION | North Newton senior Jake Koselke certainly didn't come into Tuesday's Greater South Shore Conference quad expecting to run the best race of his life.
CROWN POINT | For nearly 41 long minutes, Times No. 3 Crown Point and No. 7 Munster tested each other’s mettle, trying to coax a goal through the net to get the upper hand.
HAMMOND | Bishop Noll boys soccer coach Armando Garza was disappointed after what almost became a loss for the Times No. 5 Warriors on Saturday.
MERRILLVILLE | Times No. 9 Merrillville showed more fight than it did Monday against Andrean, but one big mistake can often prove to be a team’s downfall.
HAMMOND | Times No. 5 Bishop Noll struck early and often Tuesday night, and there was simply nothing Lowell could do to muster a comeback.
On Aug. 7, Munster sophomore Rachel Jones played the best 18-hole round of golf in her life, providing a tremendous boost of confidence that has carried over to this season.
MERRILLVILLE | One early free kick was all it took for Times No. 6 Andrean to open the floodgates against visiting No. 9 Merrillville.
Schererville Shock manager Dan Bosold readily admitted this hasn't been the same Shock team he has seen play great baseball all season long.
GARY | Hobart's offense got off to a bit of a slow start, but after finding the end zone, they became nearly unstoppable.
MERRILLVILLE | Taylor Austin never runs her best races early in the season.
CROWN POINT | Mike Bazin couldn’t have been happier with his team’s offensive effort Wednesday, especially in a very strong second half.
HOBART | Friday evening marked one week before the beginning of official high school football games in Northwest Indiana.
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