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HIGHLAND | In the first half, Aaron Haggard scored 18 points for Hammond and outscored the host Trojans by himself.
CHESTERTON | In the current sports medicine landscape, head injuries dominate the headlines due to the risk of potentially long-lasting side effects.
GARY | A valiant comeback effort ended just short for Michigan City, as host West Side outlasted the Wolves.
VALPARAISO | It was exactly the kind of game the Crusaders needed.
KOUTS | For Kouts on Friday night, the weave was the key.
PORTAGE | The long, stressful college recruitment process is finally over for Alexis Johnson — with a twist ending few saw coming.
WALKERTON | It’s not often a high school student-athlete wins two team sport sectional championships in a single school year, but it’s even more rare to win a pair in a single season.
WALKERTON | It’s not often a high school student-athlete wins two team sport sectional championships in a single school year.
WALKERTON | Offense gets all the glory, but defense wins championships.
FULTON | A change of strategy was all it took.
WINAMAC | There's no question that the Whiting Oilers are a very good football team.
MICHIGAN CITY | The swing of emotions was palpable in the Marquette Catholic gym on Saturday night.
LAKEVILLE | The wild ride has finally come to an all-too-soon end.
HOBART | For three quarters, it could have been anybody’s game.
PORTER TWP. | Whiting trailed just once Tuesday night, a brief 1-0 deficit to start the third set.
LAKEVILLE | It was clear on Saturday night that one goal might be enough for a regional title.
VALPARAISO | It was not the win Times No. 3 Lake Central wanted to close out the season, but it was a win nonetheless.
LAKEVILLE | Andrean faced a tougher road than was expected Thursday night.
UNION TOWNSHIP | Wheeler fired off 21 shots on Saturday night and a lot of them found the back of the net.
UNION TWP. | Twice is nice, but three times was better for Lauren Fratzke on Saturday afternoon.
UNION MILLS | South Central executed an effective run-and-gun offense Friday night, and quarterback Kyle Sturdy was doing most of the running and the gunning.
UNION TWP. | Both teams pitched shutouts Thursday night, so something’s got to give Saturday.
PORTER TWP. | Two wins over the span of two hours makes for a good day.
PORTER TWP. | A balanced attack led the way to victory for Boone Grove on Tuesday as seven different players recorded goals.
PORTER TOWNSHIP | The first game of the Class A Boone Grove Sectional in boys soccer is now in line to be the second one completed, due to darkness in Monday's opener between Kouts and Hebron.
HOBART TWP. | Four quarters weren’t enough on Friday night as Bishop Noll and River Forest took their defensive battle into overtime.
MERRILLVILLE | It was a night of good tennis, bad weather and lengthy delays.
MERRILLVILLE | A small lineup change made a big difference for River Forest on Wednesday night as the Ingots swept the singles matches to beat Hobart 3-2 and advance at the Merrillville Sectional.
BATTLE GROUND | Chesterton is going to the state girls golf tournament, surprising everyone — including the Trojans themselves.
HAMMOND | A second-half rally came up short for Hammond on Friday night as Boone Grove held on for a 23-14 win.
PORTER TOWNSHIP | The sun literally set too soon on a thrilling boys soccer matchup Thursday between Times No. 4 Boone Grove and No. 5 Bishop Noll.
CHESTERTON | When an unstoppable force meets an immovable object, something’s got to give – eventually.
KOUTS | Boone Grove has hung around the middle of The Times Top 10 boys soccer poll most of the season, contending with larger schools for the highest rankings.
CHESTERTON | The Munster Mustangs are ranked Times No. 1 for all the right reasons, according to Chesterton volleyball coach T.R. Harlan.
MOROCCO | Malachi Sala may have been lined up in a different position for River Forest on Friday night but the casual fan would never know the difference.
MONTICELLO | The rain held off just long enough Friday afternoon.
LAPORTE | If there’s a theme to the Lake Central's volleyball season thus far, it’s an unfortunate one: slow starts.
RENSSELAER | Area teams combined for impressive results at the 39th Rensselaer Invitational on Saturday morning, while the Crown Point and Valparaiso boys teams battled for supremacy.
HIGHLAND | The 33 points scored by Highland on Friday night were impressive in their own right. But the 105 total yards allowed by the Trojans defense were even more impressive.
DEMOTTE | Kankakee Valley senior Bethany Jansma wasn't aiming for medalist honors. Her sights were set on team accomplishments at Friday's Northwest Crossroads Conference meet.
MUNSTER | It took nearly 85 minutes, but Munster’s offense woke up when it was needed most Thursday night.
CROWN POINT | It took 94 minutes of game time and nine shootout rounds, but Chesterton outlasted Duneland Athletic Conference foe Crown Point on Tuesday.
UNION TWP. | As the old adage goes, the game was much closer than the scoreboard read on Friday night as Times No. 9 Whiting picked up a 43-21 win at Wheeler.
LAPORTE | Persistence showed its value Wednesday night as Times No. 1 Crown Point picked up a 5-1 Duneland Athletic Conference win at No. 9 LaPorte.
CROWN POINT | Even this early in the season, a four-set Duneland Athletic Conference win over Times No. 2 Lake Central could set the tone for the No. 10 Crown Point Bulldogs.
HAMMOND | As much as Roy Richards wanted to throw Saturday, the Morton coach wasn't too stubborn to force the issue.
ST. JOHN | Appropriately enough, the Lake Central girls’ and boys’ cross country teams captured first- and second-place finishes Saturday morning in the inaugural Rudy Skorupa Invitational.
UNION TWP. | No touchdowns were scored Friday night at Wheeler High School.
HIGHLAND | Long runs into the end zone were the flavor of the night as the Highland Trojans picked up a 33-13 win in a season-opening rematch against the visiting Lake Station Eagles.
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