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WHITING | Kenny Mahala spent last summer playing for the now-defunct Illinois Lincolns, keeping his game sharp during the college offseason.
FLOSSMOOR | As one of the best pitchers in Indiana during his high school career, recent Bishop Noll grad Danny Pobereyko is getting an advantage in preparation not many other pitchers can say they've experienced.
Hammond grad Mike Coles is getting his first taste of helping coach college baseball close to home.
As a freshman, Mike Lee was one shot away from qualifying for the state golf state individually, shooting a 73 at the LaPorte Regional last season.
WHITING | As the ace of the Oilmen pitching staff last summer, it's obvious the team is expecting big things from Crown Point grad Josh Negele again this season.
Kyle Snyder admitted he has always had the potential to turn in low scores.
Looking at Andrean junior Jack Musgrave's accomplishments this season, it's obvious he has peaked at the right time.
Cody Dykema and the rest of the Northwest Indiana Oilmen have a lot to live up to this season due to their success in 2012.
PORTAGE | The task at hand was simple for Portage's Haley Hodges. She had to make a big impact in a key situation to continue the Indians' postseason Tuesday.
Mike Pignatiello admitted that batting in the cleanup spot can be a little weird at times, but the Beecher senior being shuffled into a big RBI spot has paid its dividends for the Bobcats in the 2013 postseason.
LAKE STATION | As Wheeler's Karessa Sweeney pulled up to second base, she jumped in the air with the feeling of postseason softball euphoria overtaking her.
Kevin Zych has singlehandedly put Crete-Monee High School boys tennis back on the map.
LAKE STATION | Nickole Finch doesn't need a reminder of what transpired during last season's softball sectional.
CROWN POINT | With a family background that includes a legend in Crown Point High School golf, freshman Grant Miller already had an advantage coming into high school that few golfers his age can relate to.
AJ Gauthier can vividly remember the mental turning point of his high school golf career like it happened yesterday.
HAMMOND | In a classic pitcher's duel Tuesday between Times No. 3 Crown Point and No. 5 Bishop Noll, something eventually had to give.
ST. JOHN | From the time he was able to pick up a golf club, Lake Central's Matt Meneghetti has been swinging away with his father, also named Matt.
SOUTH HOLLAND | Michael Harris calmly took jump shots Sunday at South Suburban College's gym wearing a smile on his face and laughing with teammates.
Whenever snow settled on the tiny town of Sweetser, Courtney Moses took to her driveway with a shovel in one mittened hand and a basketball in the other.
MUNCIE | Portage senior Mackenzie Barcelli simply couldn't stop smiling at the incredible way she ended her prep gymnastics career, especially given the way her past three state meets have gone.
MUNCIE | Crown Point freshman Hannah Best was the only competitor from Lake County at Saturday's IHSAA gymnastics state finals at Ball State's Worthen Arena.
Ryan Eger admitted he felt overmatched at the plate last season at South Suburban, and adjusting to college pitching was difficult.
Tiffany Gibson can't wait for her second season.
HAMMOND | Even though Merrillville grad Tierra Turner admitted she isn't feeling 100 percent healthy on the court this season, the Purdue Calumet junior still has earned her fair share of accolades this season.
MERRILLVILLE | In high school sports, coaches sometimes leave for greener pastures when given a chance, looking for better opportunities to claim state championships and other accolades.
Blake Pieroni wll have a chance to catch his breath today. The Chesterton sophomore was a little rushed during the early stages of Friday's preliminary round of the the IHSAA boys swimming and diving finals in Indianapolis.
INDIANAPOLIS | When thinking of Griffith High School, boys swimming is never the first sport that springs to mind.
HAMMOND | The previous two times Olivet Nazarene and Purdue Calumet met on the basketball court, both teams combined for more than 200 points as the teams split their regular-season series.
LANSING | For two quarters, T.F. South hung tough with Crete-Monee, fighting tooth and nail to prevent the Warriors from taking a big lead.
CROWN POINT | It wasn't easy by any means, but Munster coach Matt Pavlovich and his swimmers were still able to take a celebratory dip in Crown Point's pool on Saturday.
CROWN POINT | As the favorite to win the Crown Point Sectional on Saturday, Munster set itself up in excellent position to fulfill that likely prediction on Thursday.
HOBART | Hobart's Madalyn Dominguez has embraced gymnastics ever since joining Mommy and Me classes when she was just 18 months old.
LANSING | Kameron Dickens has never played varsity basketball in an atmosphere or in front of a crowd quite like the one that filled T.F. South's gymnasium to near capacity Friday night.
MUNSTER | Thursday's performances in the Munster Sectional preliminaries left the host Seahorses in good position to excel in Saturday's finals.
LANSING | The look in Kameron Dickens' eyes isn't hard to read.
Lake Central sophomore Andi Wartman has the talent to excel in gymnastics.
MUNSTER | Wilson Beckman admitted he didn't even feel like he was going to swim well before it came time to hop in the pool for his 100-yard backstroke.
GARY | Donning a white basketball jersey adorned with bright yellow stitching with the number “00”, Gary Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson wasn’t hesitant to get on the basketball court at the Genesis Center with other players towering over her.
HAMMOND | A legitimate 3-point threat, Purdue Calumet senior guard Alex Starr doesn't hesitate at an opportunity to connect from long range.
HIGHLAND | Mary Beth Blocher had a good practice on Friday, but she came into Saturday's Northwest Crossroads Conference meet feeling muscle soreness all over her body.
HAMMOND | Dave Griffin has been a name synonymous with baseball in Northwest Indiana for two decades.
LANSING | According to T.F. South coach Steve Breshock, the Rebels have had a lot of trouble putting together four quarters of solid basketball this season.
RICHTON PARK | Laquon Treadwell wasn't feeling well over the extended holiday weekend, under the weather enough that the Crete-Monee senior missed Monday's Christmas Eve practice.
CROWN POINT | Some freshmen can walk into a high school gymnastics room for the first time with wide, anxious eyes. Though they may be excited for what lies ahead, nervous feelings can also overcome them.
RENSSELAER | For the past several years, Michael Lipton has shared the basketball court with athletes who have a greater knack for putting up gaudy scoring numbers than he does.
In 2008, Matthew Page was just a kid toiling in the trenches of E.C. Central's offensive line as a high school senior, getting the dirty work done at a school known more for its boys basketball success at that time.
WHITING | Brannon Jones was an All-Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference player last season, and he is known to play his best basketball as the season goes on.
LOWELL | Max Johnson knew he had to put the game on his shoulders when Hanover Central was struggling offensively, and when the game was on the line.
LOWELL | With her hands folded over her mouth, Lowell’s Katie Bobos could only watch from the bench for a large portion of the second quarter, having already committed three fouls.
Valparaiso's Yamen Atassi had a varsity career shortened by a myriad of injuries.
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