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CALUMET CITY | Aaron Dunigan knew it was time to answer the bell.
About the only thing that keeps Reavis football coach Tim Zasada from rolling up his sleeves is that he wears short-sleeved shirts.
Playing against bigger and stronger upperclassmen bothers Marian Catholic sophomore linebacker Montreal Blade the most.
LANSING | Though they are juniors, this will probably be the last chance Illiana Christian's Amanda Eberly and Parker Roeda have to earn a chance to compete in the state meet.
Some people will close their eyes when they have to make a tough shot and hope it lands on the fairway.
(Seedings in parentheses)
Barry Tyler Jr. is the Director of Northwest Indiana Partnerships for Teach for America and is still on the board for The First Tee of Hammond, but he did not spend his Saturday morning on the golf course.
LANSING | The T.F. South football team got a little encouragement from an alumnus at halftime.
Crete-Monee athletic director Linda M. Peete has been placed on administrative leave, a source close to the school told The Times.
Just shortly after the first official football practice on Aug. 11, T.F. North football players lined up outside the office of the school's athletic trainer Susie Lessner.
LANSING | Is the quiet, postgame demeanor of T.F. South two-way performer Torian Lewis a sign of his shyness or fatigue?
Tom Cappel is still the Crete-Monee boys basketball coach — if he still wants the job.
Tom Cappel is out after three seasons as the Crete-Monee boys basketball coach.
Former T.F. South star athlete Bob Dwyer wants to let people know about the poisons that could be in their home.
STEGER | Nobody could remember the last time a Bloom football team started 5-1 or when it was in first place in the conference standings this late in the year.
CHICAGO | Times No. 2 Mount Carmel saw one streak end Friday night and hopes another doesn't.
CALUMET CITY | T.F. North just would not go away.
DOLTON | It didn't take long for new Thornridge football coach Pat Jennings to see he had a potential jewel at quarterback.
It's mid-term time in the football season and that means report cards.
Bloom Township linebacker Kyle Pugh didn't want to wait until the prep season ended before making a commitment.
Marian Catholic girls basketball stars Teniya Page and Kauai Bradley will continue their careers in Pennsylvania.
The odds of throwing a no-hitter are pretty slim.
LANSING | All season, the T.F. South defense has stepped up and made big plays.
It may have seemed like nothing special when Tom Padjen talked to his team following T.F. South's 32-0 homecoming win over Bremen last Friday.
CALUMET CITY | A young man in a hurry.
Carson Cunningham has never hid his love of history and sports.
LANSING | Devon Cathcart and his T.F. South teammates didn't get too caught up in the spirit of homecoming.
It is a game that football players from Mount Carmel and St. Rita will remember for the rest of their lives.
LANSING | Kendall Kremer remembers one of the things that motivated him while playing for the Kansas City Chiefs.
LEMONT | Some breakdowns broke down T.F. South on Friday night.
Whn T.F. South football coach Tom Padjen walks onto the turf at Lemont High School tonight, he will see a little bit of himself standing on the opposite sideline.
CALUMET CITY | Slow starts have plagued Thornton Fractional in the young boys soccer season.
The success that Mike Austin had as a football player at Hammond High has carried over into his life.
LANSING | Torian Lewis knew he would be counted on to be a leader and playmaker if T.F. South is to have success this year.
LANSING | Former T.F. South football stars Scott Mullen and Chris Clopton said they wish they could suit up and play one more time on the school's field.
LANSING | Not only are they pretty good tennis players, but Illiana Christian senior Miranda Bower and junior Hilary Van Drunen are also pretty good piano players.
DOLTON | At the end of Tuesday's practice, Thornridge football coach Pat Jennings gathered his team on the practice field and asked: "Who here doesn't want to be 2-0?"
Tony Roberts remembers the day he was let go at WSOY radio in Decatur, Ill.
CRETE | It was deja vu for the T.F. South and Crete-Monee football players Friday night.
CHICAGO | All summer Mount Carmel senior lineman Jack White and his teammates were asked the same questions by friends and Caravan supporters.
The look on Jim Sherer's face Saturday at Langel's Pizza in Highland was priceless.
It's called "getting your bell rung."
Mike Nieto talks with T.F. North trainer Susie Lessner about nutrition and hydration for student-athletes.
Give T.F. South's Torian Lewis three-a-days and the hotter the weather, the better.
Carl Buergler can still remember the silence on the other end of the phone when talking to former Purdue quarterback Drew Brees.
When T.F. South coach Tom Padjen instructed his players that uniforms would be given out, one of the players said: "Let's get their early before all the good numbers are taken."
Mike Nieto talks with former Valparaiso boys and girls basketball coach Dale Ciciora.
Jerry Houston said he just wants to be closer to home.
With volleyball practice to begin today, new T.F. North coach LaShaunda Sandifer is excited to see how the summer work has paid off.
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