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CROWN POINT | Hannah Wylie didn’t look like a freshman until she needed directions to the finish line.
MUNSTER | His introduction came during some channel-surfing, but Ryan Kritzer is certainly glad he stopped, recorded and viewed “Prefontaine.”
CROWN POINT | The faces in the net have changed, as have the molecules of condensed water on every cold beverage in the gym, but the August tradition of a grueling Munster-Crown Point volleyball match is an evergreen story.
CROWN POINT | When she moved from Brownsburg to Crown Point in the summer of 2012, Jill Zimmerman quickly noticed the advertisements for weekend road races.
GARY | The last thing Carlton Sims and his mile relay teammates did before their final race of the 2014 track and field season was pray.
PLYMOUTH | Centennial Park and Andrean baseball have a history, and it has been mostly unglamorous for the 59ers.
PLYMOUTH | As Noblesville players rushed to the home bleachers to sing the school song, Lake Central was still ready to go.
WHITING | The at-bats started gaining in length in the fifth inning as the sun spiked toward its highest angle and the urgency became more and more palpable.
GRIFFITH | The public address system at the new Griffith softball field experienced some quickly solved issues just before the first pitch of Tuesday’s Class 3A regional.
WHITING |It’s only fitting that Bishop Noll will be back inside Oil City Stadium for a second consecutive weekend this Saturday.
HIGHLAND | Like the many cratered highways in Northwest Indiana this spring, Munster’s road to a repeat sectional championship was not smooth.
LAKE STATION | First-year Bishop Noll softball coach Rich Sobilo found himself muttering in the dugout when his team was on defense during Thursday’s Class 2A Lake Station Sectional championship.
HIGHLAND | Taylor Kotzo sensed her 2008 DeMarini CF3 softball bat was dying and decided to do something to prevent her batting average and on-base percentage from doing the same.
ROBERTSDALE | The road into the Roberstdale Little League Complex in Forsythe Park became blocked Tuesday afternoon just as the Class 3A Clark Sectional was beginning.
LAKE STATION | Boone Grove didn’t cook out; the Wolves walked off.
HOBART | The pressure was on, and the rest was a blinking conest.
MERRILLVILLE | In a banner year for the Northwest Crossroads Conference, perhaps it’s fitting that more than one team has rights to a banner.
LANSING | T.F. South annually hosts a local rival school for a night game at the Lansing Old-Timers Complex, which was as appropriate a place as any Saturday night since only the older fans could recall the last meeting between the Rebels and Munster.
HOBART | Banners with larger-than-life photos, nicknames and graphics line the fence along the way into the Hobart baseball stadium.
GRIFFITH | Beating Morton in baseball in 2014 isn’t easy.
GRIFFITH | The lights are on, and someone’s definitely home.
GARY | Tuesday’s practice at Morgan Township included some tweaks to Jake Koselke’s curveball.
HIGHLAND | Jenny DeMuth is a bit familiar with the free throw lines at Highland High School.
GRIFFITH | Career home run No. 2 for Connor Manous went into the books Tuesday and was swiftly erased by a cancellation from weather.
MUNSTER | The first-inning solo home run by Griffith’s Matt Colomes cruised on the jet stream of a wind out of the south and over the left field fence.
HIGHLAND | Something was missing, and it wasn’t just the sun.
GARY | There’s no sign, no tug of a sleeve, pat of a nose or rub of a belly.
CROWN POINT | Often a big defensive stop starts a momentum wave that leads to a big offensive inning.
GARY | Early in the day the smell of the nearby mills permeated all of the northern Gary air.
GARY | One word summarized Ethan Hancock’s day before his final at-bat: frustrating.
GARY | If a walk is as good as a hit, this was a case where that hit was always good enough for extra bases.
ST. JOHN | When he wrestled as a freshman and sophomore, Chuck Alexa learned to shoulder blame rather than assign it.
HOBART | Allison Jorsch learned she had juvenile diabetes when she was 7 and has worn an insulin pump since.
CROWN POINT | Alex Del Rio is a study in patience.
CROWN POINT | Despite throwing a complete game with a repertoire that was nearly 50 percent curveballs, pitcher Austin Thomas declined ice from the trainer in the dugout after Tuesday’s game.
MUNSTER | A summer regimen of pitching and hooping was not kind to Kaitlin Doud’s lower back.
HAMMOND | Lake Central played baseball outside for just the ninth time, including a modest eight practices, this “spring” season.
LAFAYETTE | Move over, volleyball trophies. The Marquette Catholic hoops team is bringing back some display items.
WHEATFIELD | Around water coolers, message boards and opposing locker rooms, a familiar question resounded.
WHEATFIELD | One by one the six seniors for Calumet sauntered out of the locker room.
WHEATFIELD | It started innocently enough.
MERRILLVILLE | Although he’s not planning to play basketball in college, Larry Crisler still has the clutch gene deep in his DNA.
HAMMOND | No one can fault Bishop Noll for compiling a daunting schedule at the end of its regular season.
HAMMOND | With a bit more than 10 minutes remaining in Monday's game and his team up 19, Calumet College junior Brian Brilmyer banked home an ugly 3-pointer from the left elbow, looked at the bench and shrugged.
CROWN POINT | As he prepared to exit the game and sit with the rest of his deep senior class, Lake Central point guard Tye Wilburn smiled and motioned to the press table to make sure the statisticians from his school knew he had assisted on the latest bucket.
LAPORTE | It's a proven fact that telling kids there is a monster in the pool makes them swim faster.
ST. JOHN | The questions on everyone’s minds entering Thursday’s showdown surrounded the words react, rebound and respond.
HOBART | Caroline Puntillo felt a vibe on the bus ride from Chesterton to The Brickyard Wednesday.
CEDAR LAKE | Shannon Eden took the brunt of a swinging elbow from one of Knox’s players.
GARY | By the time Davon Dillard cradled an alley-oop pass in front of him and dunked behind his head facing away from the basket, Fort Wayne Bishop Luers was tired.
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