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Hebron sophomore Nick Surber talks about scoring a hat trick on his 16th birthday to lead the Hawks to a 4-3 victory over Rensselaer.
PORTAGE | It hasn’t taken long for first-year Portage coach Will Fortenberry to figure out how to infuse a little energy into his practices if the Indians aren’t competing hard.
HEBRON | Ziggy Mijatovic had a simple message for his Hebron soccer team when the Hawks fell behind for the first time all season Monday night: stay simple.
UNION TWP. | Motivational speakers around the world have made a fortune using a variation of the phrase “it’s not whether you get knocked down; it’s whether you get back up.”
CROWN POINT | Stepping out of the Duneland Athletic Conference did nothing to slow the intensity of the Crown Point volleyball team Saturday afternoon.
VALPARAISO | Trailing by a touchdown at halftime, Crown Point coach Kevin Enright challenged the Bulldogs – notably the offensive line – to get back to the basics.
CHESTERTON | Playing in a hostile environment and coming off a uninspired performance on Tuesday night, Valparaiso volleyball coach Katie Lenard wanted to see a strong start from the Times No. 1 Vikings.
Chesterton senior Jared O'Dell talks about scoring the game-winning goal in Wednesday's 2-1 win over Portage. The Trojans clinched the outright DAC title with the victory.
PORTAGE | Thoughts of an undefeated season, a sectional title or a deeper run toward a state championship have all taken a back seat to one goal for the Times No. 1 Chesterton boys soccer team: winning the Duneland Athletic Conference.
Crown Point senior Alyssa Kvarta talks following the Bulldogs started off the second round of DAC play with a road win at LaPorte.
LAPORTE | With the first round of Duneland Athletic Conference play in the rear view mirror, Crown Point coach Alison Duncan was eager to see if her team could kick it into another gear on Tuesday night.
HEBRON | Richie Botts knew going into his senior season that the Hebron boys soccer team had a real chance to make some noise.
Munster sophomore Lexi Pitsas talks about the No. 2 Mustangs beat Chesterton 25-22, 25-7, 25-18 on Monday night.
MORGAN TWP. | The concept of time is a tricky thing depending on perspective. Spending four years paying down a mortgage or student loan may seem like forever, yet leave no recognizable dent in the balance.
MUNSTER | Munster looked vulnerable for exactly two moments in Monday night’s nonconference match against visiting Chesterton.
CROWN POINT | Artie Equihua knew that he’d eventually get on track on Friday night. More importantly, his Crown Point teammates knew it, too.
Valparaiso senior Timi Stiscak talks about the Vikings beating Lake Central to improve to 14-1 overall and 7-0 in the Duneland Athletic Conference. The Vikings are undefeated in the DAC at the halfway point of conference play.
VALPARAISO | The Times No. 1 Valparaiso volleyball team had an ambitious goal when the Duneland Athletic Conference season started.
CHESTERTON | Jameson Sensibaugh waited on the sidelines for weeks for the chance to contribute for the Times No. 1 Chesterton boys soccer team.
UNION TWP. | Alex Asher has a chance this season to secure a unique place in the Wheeler boys soccer record book.
KOUTS | The headaches wouldn’t go away. The neck pain was unbearable. Hannah Maier literally felt like her world was coming to an end at the tender age of 12.
CHESTERTON | Chesterton coach TR Harlan has been patient while the Trojans have tried to find their way over the last several weeks.
Michigan City snapped an 11-game DAC losing streak with a 21-14 double overtime win over Valparaiso. Valparaiso quarterback JP Kunze's fourth down pass fell incomplete, setting off a wild celebration at Ames Field.
MICHIGAN CITY | Michigan City waited nearly two years for a Duneland Athletic Conference victory. The Wolves didn’t have a problem waiting just a little bit longer on Friday night.
VALPARAISO | The Valparaiso University men’s soccer team notched arguably the biggest win in program history on Thursday night. Now, coach Mike Avery wants to see how the team moves forward.
Valparaiso junior middle hitter Anne Clark talks about breaking the program-record for blocks in a match in Valparaiso's 13-25, 25-23, 25-22, 25-14 win over LaPorte.
VALPARAISO | Just when it looked like LaPorte might come out of Valparaiso with a big road win, the Times No. 1 Vikings stepped up and slammed the door on the No. 2 Slicers.
VALPARAISO | The college basketball season doesn’t begin for another two months, yet the Valparaiso men’s basketball team has already suffered their first significant loss of the year.
Crown Point coach Mike Bazin talks after the Bulldogs saw their 27-match unbeaten streak come to an end with a 1-0 loss to Chesterton.
CROWN POINT | Crown Point wasn't going to let its 27-match unbeaten streak end without a fight, and when the Bulldogs pressed the issue, Chesterton keeper Joey Dishman was ready.
Valparaiso celebrates Tuesday's 27-25, 25-17, 24-26, 25-13 win over Crown Point. The Times No. 1 Vikings improved to 12-1 overall and 4-0 in the Duneland Athletic Conference with the win.
VALPARAISO | Life at the top always means getting the opponent’s best shot, and that didn’t change for the Valparaiso girls volleyball team on Tuesday night.
VALPARAISO | Playing soccer at Valparaiso comes with an expectation and a responsibility.
BOONE GROVE | Kennedy Starcevich plans on being in the movies when she’s done with school.
VALPARAISO | St. Joseph’s won’t be returning to Brown Field anytime soon. That might be just fine with the Valparaiso football team.
VALPARAISO | The scenario was real simple for the Valparaiso football team Saturday afternoon.
VALPARAISO | Had fans ever made it to the stands Friday night, it’s quite possible that Bill Murray might've made an appearance at Valparaiso High School.
VALPARAISO | The thought of leaving never entered Tanner Kuramata’s mind.
CHESTERTON | With big matches against Munster and Crown Point looming on the schedule, the Times No. 1 Chesterton boys soccer team got a final tuneup on Wednesday night.
Valparaiso senior Timi Stiscak talks with Times correspondent Paul Oren about beating Chesterton 25-9, 25-18, 25-20 on a hot Tuesday night and what the Vikings need to do to stay atop The Times' Top 10 Volleyball Poll.
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