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MERRILLVILLE | Just five more wins for a state championship.
MERRILLVILLE | Billy Biehl simply willed himself to play through discomfort and horrible weather for soccer.
HOBART | Entering Friday's game with just two total wins and a five-game losing streak made Hobart desperate for something — anything — positive as the Brickies head into the postseason next week.
HIGHLAND | Highland coach Trent Grider knew his team had to get after Kankakee Valley early, before the Kougars could unleash their potent ground attack.
To say Crown Point's Lance Noerenberg has learned how to perform in pressure situations would be an understatement.
EAST CHICAGO | Morton knew it was coming into Thursday's Class 2A E.C. Central Sectional semifinal match against Hammond as the underdog.
MUNSTER | Host Munster came into Tuesday's opening-round regional match against Hobart with a businesslike approach.
Patrick McCormack started playing tennis last season to stay in shape for baseball. He's a perfect 15-0 record at No. 2 singles for Morton this season.
Patrick McCormack started playing tennis last season to stay in shape for baseball. He's a perfect 15-0 record at No. 2 singles at Morton this season.
HAMMOND | Patrick McCormack was like many players on Morton's varsity tennis team.
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HAMMOND | Times No. 9 Lowell's defense has stonewalled its opponents in all three of its victories, and on a cold, rainy evening, a strong defensive effort was exactly what the Red Devils needed on a night of sloppy football.
MUNSTER | Munster No. 1 singles player Arlo Detmer found himself in a battle with Griffith's Brett Tauber.
Munster was gearing up to capture its state-record 34th consecutive sectional championship Thursday, but Mother Nature had other plans.
Crown Point junior Anthony Kendall is 20-1 at No. 2 singles this season. His only loss came in the first match of the season against Penn.
CROWN POINT | It's no secret that Anthony Kendall has made a huge impact this season for Crown Point.
Munster's Arlo Detmer returns a shot during Monday's dual match with Crown Point.
Crown Point's Bryce Bonin returns a shot during Monday's dual match with Crown Point. Bonin and partner Lance Noerenberg won at No. 1 doubles.
CROWN POINT | It's easy to see the chemistry that Munster's No. 2 doubles team of Patrick Toth and Michael Rivich have built together this season.
Morton's Felipe Hernandez, pictured, along with Juan Mireles, won the No. 1 doubles championship in Saturday's Great Lakes Athletic Conference Tournament.
Morton's KC Beitler, who was called up to play varsity in Saturday's Great Lakes Athletic Conference tournament, won the No. 3 singles championship.
HAMMOND | KC Beitler has seldom been used in Morton's varsity lineup this season. Last year, Beitler was Morton's No. 3 singles player, but a change was made this season which kept Beitler, a senior, from starting.
MUNSTER | After giving up 41 points to Morton last week, Times No. 3 Munster needed a bounce back effort defensively to regain some confidence on that side of the ball.
MERRILLVILLE | For 47 minutes, Andrean looked on its way to notching an upset victory over a heavily favored opponent.
In a conference previously owned by Wheeler, Marquette Catholic is making a name for itself as a boys tennis power in the Greater South Shore Conference.
HIGHLAND | It's no secret that Lowell is going to do nothing but run right down defender's throats on just about every offensive play the Red Devils are on the field. That's simply the Lowell way.
HAMMOND | Felipe Hernandez admits his interest in tennis didn't last long when he was in seventh grade.
Morton senior Felipe Hernandez is the Governors' team captain this season. Hernandez hopes to lead his team deeper into the postseason this year.
Senior Felipe Hernandez is Morton's team captain this season. At a school mostly known for its football success, Hernandez is helping the Governors make some noise in tennis, as well.
GRIFFITH | Tuesday evening's match between Times No. 5 Kankakee Valley and No. 8 Griffith didn't feature a lot of offense from either team, but Michelle Beck proved to be all the Panthers needed in that department.
Wheeler's Jack Hibbard, pictured, and his No. 1 doubles partner Trent Foster defeated Lowell's Jayson Savich and David Delgado 6-1, 6-0 for the title at Saturday's Highland Doubles Invitational.
Morton's Juan Mireles, pictured, and No. 2 doubles teammate Patrick McCormack placed second at Saturday's Highland Doubles Invitational. The Governors also finished second as a team.
Chris Fouts, pictured, and No. 2 doubles teammate Zac Nabhan defeated Morton's Juan Mireles and Patrick McCormack 7-5, 6-2 for the championship at Saturday's Highland Doubles Invitational. The Trojans won the crown thanks to the title No. 2 doubles.
HIGHLAND | Chesterton's Zac Nabhan and Chris Fouts knew their championship No. 2 doubles match was going to be an important one.
HAMMOND | Bishop Noll coach Dave Rodriguez always wants his team to use a balanced offensive attack. In the Times No. 10 Warriors' past five matches, that's exactly what they have executed.
HAMMOND | The Battle of 119th Street started out as its name implies, but Times No. 10 Whiting's offensive firepower turned the tide early.
HAMMOND | The first week of prep football season usually means a couple things. Teams are still in the process of seeing which personnel will work best on both sides of the ball, and it's inevitable that sloppy football will rear its ugly head at times.
Munster junior Arlo Detmer, a doubles player last season, is currently in a battle to earn a spot in the team's singles lineup this season.
Munster junior Arlo Detmer is aiming to help lead the Mustangs to state appearance this season.
MUNSTER | Arlo Detmer’s versatility in tennis isn’t a trait a lot of players can achieve.
GREENTOWN | Bishop Noll coach Rich Sobilo knew Southmont pitcher McKenzie Jordan was going to be very tough to score runs against.
MUNSTER | Lake Central knew it was trotting out for Saturday's Class 4A Munster Sectional championship being viewed as the underdog, even though the Indians were riding a nine-game winning streak.
MUNSTER | Highland’s Clay Keltner was locked into a rhythm. For 6 2/3 innings, the Trojans ace was cruising through Lake Central’s lineup.
There is simply no denying what the addition of Qing Wen has meant to the success of Crown Point's girls tennis team this season.
MUNSTER | Lowell was so close, it could taste the sweetness of victory.
HIGHLAND | After Crown Point defeated Hobart 5-0 on Tuesday night in a semifinal of the Highland Regional, Bulldogs coach Brian Elston wasn't exactly beaming with confidence.
HIGHLAND | Jessica Rooth knew she would have to keep mistakes to a minimum when she faced Whiting's Grace Huss.
CROWN POINT | A long, grueling marathon of tennis finally came to a close Thursday night.
CROWN POINT | Crown Point coach Brian Elston admitted to being a little nervous as to how his players would come out and play in the opening match of Wednesday's Crown Point Sectional.
Kankakee Valley freshman Molly Sanderson has lost just one match at No. 1 singles this season, a three-and-a-half hour marathon against Munster's Nikki Heiniger.
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