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MUNSTER | Munster coach Bob Shinkan made a huge statement on Tuesday night regarding starting pitcher Mike Poulos.
CHICAGO | One reason Mount Carmel coach Brian Hurry has 401 wins at only 39-years-old is his unwavering trust in his players.
ST. JOHN | Ever have one of those days when nothing went right for you?
WHITING | You're probably not going to find anyone more serious behind the plate than Bishop Noll catcher Monica Martin.
MERRILLVILLE | Brad Bohlen probably didn't want anyone to know his secret to success with hitting, but the cat is about to be out of the bag.
MUNSTER | Munster's Carly Murphy is a hard critic on herself when it comes to her pitching this season.
HAMMOND | Wheeler coach Marc Bruner was feeling a bit of deja vu on Thursday.
HOBART | Griffith is playing some of its best softball the program has seen in a long time, but in an unconventional way.
HAMMOND | When a team hits the way that Bishop Noll did Friday, playing in 41-degree weather with swirling winds gets a little more tolerable.
HOBART | The Brickies have a running joke about pitcher CJ Komosa.
MUNSTER | When a double play is unassisted, it's still going to be scored in the book as that.
ST. JOHN | Munster is proving that it can win in multiple ways early on this spring.
CROWN POINT | Had there been some snow on the ground, the Bulldogs would have easily melted it with their hot bats and laser shots Tuesday.
KOUTS | If it had a choice, Gary 21st Century would have ran to Kouts instead of taking a bus.
KOUTS | Louis Brown's veins matched the temperature gauge on Friday night at 28 degrees.
GARY | With Hoosier Hysteria right around the corner, teams are making their final preparations for a deep postseason run.
HAMMOND | Anfernee Brown had plenty of motivation for Friday night's game against Bishop Noll.
MUNSTER | Jessica Bell might have made the smartest play of her young life on Saturday night, although it might not be as important in a regular season game.
MUNSTER | If Aleysha Slaven was to become a thief of some sort, she'd have an easy time getting any items she'd target.
ST. JOHN | Don't blink.
WHITING | There's no secret to how Whiting is going to succeed.
HAMMOND | It was a display of hot starts and ugly starts in both opening-round games of the Greater Southshore Conference tourney on Tuesday night.
HOBART | The predominant color may have been pink at Hobart's annual Coaches vs. Cancer game, but the Brickies were seeing orange throughout the night.
HAMMOND | Michael Kirkendall didn't have a good Saturday offensively, but when he converted, he made the most of it in the most crucial times.
CALUMET TWP. | The only way to be successful in a fast-paced game is by hitting at least half of your shots.
CALUMET TWP. | There's a reason it says Gladiators instead of a player's last name on the back of Gavit's jerseys.
CEDAR LAKE | The Griffith basketball faithful saw a bit of the old and the new on Friday night.
MUNSTER | Experience can get you far in a basketball season, but talent and athleticism is something even the legendary Rod Fisher cannot coach.
HAMMOND | People watching Bishop Noll basketball are used to seeing a couple of dominant players that fuel the team's success.
CEDAR LAKE | It's clear that as Blayr Poston goes, so goes Hanover Central.
EAST CHICAGO | Tre'Quan Burnett has had some good news recently.
ST. JOHN | Lake Central knows it just like everyone else does.
HOBART | Portage's Nicki Monahan doesn't really say too much on the court. All she does is attack a defense and make baskets.
GRIFFITH | The notion that Hobart's defense isn't what it used to be was recently said and the Brickies caught wind of it.
WHITING | The Whiting Oilers might be the quietest undefeated team in the world.
NEW CHICAGO | The site may have been at River Forest, but IHSAA Sectional 33 clearly and officially goes through Wheeler.
GARY | It's been a bumpy ride for the Roosevelt Panthers this season.
NEW CHICAGO | Whenever Shannon Doyle gets a big hit, Wheeler coach Alisha Polite subconsciously turns around, shrugs her shoulders, and smiles.
HAMMOND | In their view, the Times No. 10 Hammond Wildcats might be in the same boat as the Green Bay Packers.
MUNSTER | Crown Point coach Chris Mikrut had some special visitors attend his team's soccer match Thursday night.
HESSVILLE | In a game like the one Hammond and Morton typically play, it always comes down to who makes more big plays than the other.
CROWN POINT | Crown Point coach Alison Duncan's message after Tuesday's loss to Duneland powerhouse LaPorte was to just get refocused and bounce back.
MUNSTER | Munster's Jess Wargo says that scoring goals isn't her No. 1 priority when it comes to her own soccer game.
HOBART | You'd think losing 10 players from a semistate team would cripple a team, but that is not the case with the squad from 5959 Broadway.
GRIFFITH | "Good enough is never" is the motto that the Times No. 3 Wheeler volleyball team has adopted this year.
EAST CHICAGO | Now in its second year in Class 4A, E.C. Central is the subject of some whispers around the Region that they might grab the program's first-ever sectional championship.
LANSING | Illiana Christian coach Nikki Van Dyke has some lofty goals for her team in the future.
HAMMOND | LaRunte Fairley meet the endzone. Endzone meet LaRunte Fairley.
HOBART | The Munster Mustangs have had a busy week to say the least.
FLOSSMOOR | Homewood-Flossmoor may be young, but the program is quickly gaining a lot of experience with the bulk of games it has played so far.
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