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WHITING | Bishop Noll has answered the call to all competition on its way to a 24-3 record. Not that Warriors coach Paul Wirtz wants to hear anything about it.
LAPORTE | Tim Shideler expected a tough challenge from Penn and that's just what the Valparaiso girls tennis team faced on Wednesday afternoon.
LAPORTE | With Kelly Kennedy icing her back on a picnic table, the rest of the Valparaiso girls tennis team had no choice but to play a little harder.
ROCHESTER | Kirsten Spangenberg's rough defensive day suddenly didn't matter when the Boone Grove junior lifted a blast to left field in the sixth inning on Monday night.
As Austin Gaugert walked off the course for the last time as a collegiate golfer, the Valparaiso senior felt more satisfied than anything else.
HAMMOND | Will Rybarczyk could only grimace as he opened his fourth game of the 64th annual Times/Pepsi Bowling Classic with a gutter ball Saturday afternoon.
A poor finish disrupted an otherwise solid day at the Scarlet Course for the Valparaiso men’s golf team on the second day of the NCAA regional in Columbus.
MUNSTER | By the time Jessica Rooth took the court for her sectional championship match against Hammond's Cynthia Rodriguez, the Munster junior had already accomplished a career first Thursday night.
VALPARAISO | When Valparaiso recorded the final out of the Horizon League softball tournament last weekend, Jordan Stevens earned a special distinction that has eluded even the men’s basketball program the last 13 years.
The Valparaiso men’s golf team started strong and finished strong at the NCAA tournament in Columbus on Thursday afternoon.
VALPARAISO | Prevailing wisdom led many to believe Valparaiso softball would rebuild in 2013.
VALPARAISO | It’s coming two years later than expected, but Moussa Gueye will finally put on a Valparaiso uniform next season.
PORTAGE | Having won a sectional title last season and beaten Valparaiso earlier this season, the Chesterton girls tennis team knew the value of a fast start against the Vikings in Wednesday’s sectional opener.
VALPARAISO | When Joylyn Ichiyama walked off the field following Valparaiso’s season-ending loss to Kentucky in the NCAA tournament last season, the senior believed she was walking away from the softball for the final time.
HOBART | Zac Ryan was frustrated that he couldn't get Times No. 1 Andrean a win on the mound, so the senior pitcher settled for scoring the winning run Monday.
VALPARAISO | The Valparaiso softball team is going back to the NCAA tournament and this time the Crusaders are bringing along some experience.
CHICAGO | When it comes to thriving under pressure, the Valparaiso softball team sure knows how to deliver.
BOONE GROVE | Winning ugly might not look the best, but when it comes to the Porter County Conference tournament, advancing to the next round is all that mattered to Boone Grove coach Ron Saunders on Friday.
Lake Central coach Jeff Sherman learned Thursday morning that the Times No. 2 Indians drew rival Munster in the first round of the upcoming Highland Sectional.
VALPARAISO | Kat Ranieri can’t pinpoint the moment when she stopped feeling like a freshman, but the Valparaiso newcomer has a newfound confidence heading into the postseason.
VALPARAISO | The newest member of the Horizon League is an old Valparaiso rival.
VALPARAISO | Hitting the links in college was only going to be for recreation after Chesterton product Josh Kalita finished his high school career four years ago.
UNION TWP. | Larry Crisler had four hits for Bishop Noll, but it was Danny Pobereyko that delivered the blast that got everyone off their feet on Tuesday.
CHESTERTON | Haley Hodges has had plenty of big hits in plenty of big games during her varsity career. The Portage senior topped them all on Monday afternoon.
KOUTS | Blake Wallace woke up Saturday morning not even sure if he’d be able to give 100 percent at the Kouts Invitational.
PORTAGE | Fresh off a heartbreaking loss to Chesterton on Thursday afternoon, Lake Central coach Jeff Sandor decided to shake up his lineup.
VALPARAISO | Depending on point of view, the annual Valparaiso football spring game featured plenty of reasons for optimism on both sides of the ball Saturday morning.
VALPARAISO | When Sharon Karungi talked on Friday about the reasons she decided to play basketball at Valparaiso, the JUCO transfer highlighted family among the key factors that played into her decision.
VALPARAISO | Joe Otis has done a little bit of everything in his coaching career, so the move the Valparaiso coach made Tuesday night shouldn't come as any surprise.
There were about 20 runners from Northwest Indiana competing Monday in the 117th Boston Marathon overshadowed by a terrorist attack.
VALPARAISO | Greg Wood doesn’t expect to hear his name called during the NFL Draft later this month. The Valparaiso senior punter is only hoping for an opportunity to get into training camp.
MUNSTER | Staring down a week that included games against three of the top teams in the area, Munster softball coach Beth Thornburg just wanted her team to play with a little confidence.
INDIANAPOLIS | As Kevin Ware’s leg was being immobilized on the sideline following a horrific injury, the Louisville sophomore had a message for his teammates: “Win the game.”
VALPARAISO | Tabitha Gerardot headlined a trio of roster defections that were announced by Valparaiso women’s basketball coach Tracey Dorow on Friday afternoon.
VALPARAISO | Jessie Marinec has been through plenty of speed bumps in her softball career that have forced her to cherish every opportunity she has to take the field.
VALPARAISO | Cole Webb was looking for a school and Valparaiso was looking for a pitcher. Once the pair found each other, it became a perfect match in more ways than one.
AUBURN HILLS, Mich. | Tomorrow starts today for the Valparaiso men’s basketball team.
VALPARAISO | Basketball has dominated Jeanette Gray’s life for as long as she can remember and it has come at the expense of her family.
AUBURN HILLS, Mich. | Valparaiso couldn’t hit open shots and couldn’t stop Derrick Nix.
AUBURN HILLS, Mich. | Tears ran down Ryan Broekhoff’s cheeks while blood poured from Kevin Van Wijk’s elbow.
AUBURN HILLS, Mich. | Tom Izzo wasn’t shy about addressing the talent differential between his Michigan State squad and Valparaiso after the Spartans won 65-54 in the second round of the NCAA tournament.
AUBURN HILLS | Ryan Broekhoff’s entire Valparaiso career has been geared toward today.
AUBURN HILLS, Mich. | Brandon Wood was watching Selection Sunday unfold from Hungary when he saw the names of his two former schools flash across the TV screen.
AUBURN HILLS | It would take two significant upsets, but Valparaiso’s Ryan Broekhoff can’t help but think about what a potential Round of 32 matchup with No. 11 St. Mary’s would be like.
VALPARAISO | Kevin Van Wijk was ready to quit.
VALPARAISO | Bryce Drew isn’t the only member of the Valparaiso coaching staff that has made some memories in the NCAA men's basketball tournament.
VALPARAISO | The Drew family was having a great start to the 2013 calendar year long before the Valparaiso men’s basketball team earned a trip to the NCAA tournament.
CHICAGO | It had been two years since Branden Dawson had played in the postseason and the Michigan State sophomore was feeling the opportunity slip away last Friday at the Big Ten tournament in Chicago.
VALPARAISO | The last time Valparaiso men’s basketball earned a No. 14 seed in the NCAA tournament was when the Crusaders played No. 3 Arizona in 1996.
CHICAGO | Jerry Palm has been projecting NCAA tournament brackets since 1994, and the Schererville native has never seen this kind of confusion leading up to Selection Sunday.
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