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GARY | Megan Holland is a threat to score every time she gets the ball under the basket.
It takes just one glance around the college basketball scene today to see that it has transformed into a guard's game.
SOUTH HOLLAND | South Suburban guard Korbin McClain noted the Bulldogs were missing a little bit of energy on the sidelines during the past four games.
It is hard to miss John Pigatti on the sidelines of a South Suburban College men's basketball game.
Daniel Maring arrived in the United States just five months ago, unsure of the road ahead.
HAMMOND | Mike Kaminski dutifully goes about his responsibilities as a high school swimmer every day in practices and meets.
GARY | IU-Northwest women's basketball coach Ryan Shelton instilled a game-plan of clamping down and playing tenacious defense prior to Saturday afternoon's game against Ashford.
HAMMOND | Before seven minutes had passed in Saturday's game between Purdue Calumet and Kuyper College, it looked as if the Peregrines were going to be able to flip on the cruise control.
The disappointment of finishing second in The Times Region Roundball Rumble Shootout the last two years was fresh in the mind of Crown Point's Abby Kvachkoff when she walked into the Hammond Civic Center on Wednesday.
HAMMOND | The hole Purdue Calumet dug itself into Friday night seemed as deep as the Grand Canyon.
WHITING | Calumet College men's basketball coach Ryan Sexson knows he can't expect one player to provide more than half of his offense and come away with a win.
The excitement around Purdue Calumet campus is apparent. What began as an idea several years ago is about to become reality.
CEDAR LAKE | Marquette Catholic came to Hanover Central's Homecoming game Friday night looking to play spoiler.
GARY | Calumet College's men's basketball team is making quite a turnaround early this season, and a lot of that has to do with two local players.
MUNSTER | Munster junior Jacob Comanse knows the shoes he has to fill this season are colossal, to say the least.
HAMMOND | Driving to the basket and geting free throw attempts is a huge part of Kami Graber's game, and the Purdue Calumet junior guard showcased it Saturday afternoon.
HAMMOND | Purdue Calumet coach Dan Voudrie knows his team needs to defend the 3-point line better, something never more evident than Saturday afternoon's game against visiting St. Francis.
GARY | Nicki Monahan is one of seven freshmen on the IU-Northwest women's basketball team, but the impact the Portage grad has made this season isn't typical of what most first-year college players bring to the court.
Jeremiah Ochoa emerged from the boys locker room at E.C. Central High School prominently displaying two carefully-designed tattoos on his left arm, marking forever a recent tragedy.
HIGHLAND | When Chris Dabrowski talked about his performance at last season's boys swimming state meet, the look of disappointment was evident.
EAST CHICAGO | It was an instant classic, forever to be etched in the minds of Northwest Indiana football fans. Simply put, this was one for the ages.
HAMMOND | A jubilant sea of white uniforms flooded Morton's Maurey Zlotnik Field on Friday night after two teams fought tooth and nail to etch the first entry in their respective high school's record books.
CALUMET TWP. | The playmakers are abundant on Andrean's sideline. Big plays have come in bunches all season, and it doesn't matter who touches the ball.
MUNSTER | With a sectional championship on the line after defeating a huge rival in Saturday's Class 4A Munster Sectional semifinals, the day could have been all about volleyball for Munster.
HAMMOND | Martayveus Carter wasn't about to turn in his E.C. Central football helmet and pads for the final time Friday night. His heroic effort on both sides of the ball proved he was ready to carry his team in the biggest game of his high school career.
MUNSTER | In Niyah Hall's previous three years playing volleyball for West Side, she and her Cougars teammates never got a chance to taste what it was like to advance past the opening round of the girls volleyball sectional.
MUNSTER | Blaire Barnett and her Munster teammates never look past an opponent.
CROWN POINT | Tristan Peterson brought his lunch pail and his hard hat Friday night. The Crown Point senior running back was ready to go to work.
LOWELL | Before the bys tennis season began, Lowell boys tennis coach Dustin Hudak admitted he didn't imagine Ben Roesel and Jayson Savich playing together.
CULVER | Munster's Alex Wisniewski and Marty O'Shaughnessy knew they were going up against a No. 2 doubles team that had more talent than anyone they had seen this season.
HAMMOND | The first six minutes of Friday's Greater South Shore Conference showdown between Wheeler and Bishop Noll couldn't have gone much worse for the Bearcats.
Looking at the high level of tennis Munster sophomore Trey DeLuna is playing at No. 2 singles, it's hard to fathom that he began last season and even the beginning of this season buried on the depth chart.
MUNSTER | Munster boys tennis coach Steve Lopez knows his team can play with anybody.
MUNSTER | Talk about your pressure situation.
Dawn Crawford wasn't going to give up.
Dominic Peretin is aware of the history and success that surrounds Crown Point's boys tennis program.
WHITING | Whiting's offensive firepower can result in touchdowns in a hurry. Blink, and you may miss a score.
MUNSTER | Munster can etch another impressive number in the Indiana High School Athletic Association's history books for boys tennis.
MUNSTER | In 1981, Munster's boys tennis team started a streak that would be etched in the Indiana High School Athletic Association's record books.
Luke Sanderson had a set plan in his mind. It wasn't an easy decision, but it was one he felt he needed to execute for the sake of improving his tennis game.
HIGHLAND | Football fans around the state know of Andrean's playmaking ability on offense. It's hard, after all, not to notice a 59ers squad that has averages almost 44 points per game coming into Friday's Northwest Crossroads Conference game.
ST. JOHN | A No. 2 doubles team sometimes is the forgotten link on a high school tennis team.
GRIFFITH | The spotlight was on Keegan Higgins and Friday night's Northwest Crossroads Conference contest was his show for the first 24 minutes.
On Friday night, Hobart quarterback Andrew Barras had a chance to showcase his clutch comeback abilities when a possible upset was staring him right in the face.
CROWN POINT | Crown Point freshman Bryce Bonin feels like he has a target on his back.
MUNSTER | Since the 2006 season, the “Battle of the Bridge” has been a one-sided stampede in favor of Munster.
HAMMOND | Morton quarterback Torey Armstrong was ready to take the field against Lowell on Friday. He was itching to guide the Governors' offense after a 27-13 come-from-behind win against Griffith last week.
Anthony Zaleski is mad about tennis. He follows all the professional tournaments, knows the statistics and has journals piled high in his bedroom dedicated to tennis.
HOBART | Jon'Vea Johnson, Lonnie Johnson and Ramone Atkins put on their version of “The Greatest Show on Turf” at the Brickyard on Friday.
HIGHLAND | If Friday night was any indication, opposing defensive coordinators are going to have to take plenty of Tylenol while game planning for West Side's passing attack this season.
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