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Somewhere between eight and 12 years ago, youth baseball in Northwest Indiana started to change.
An inside look at the intensity and competition of a travel baseball game at Ho Chunk Sports Complex in Lynwood, Ill. This takes a look at a game between two Northwest Indiana teams with the Indiana Playmakers, coached by Dave Griffin and the John Batistatos led South Shore Steelheads.
There are Cubs fans, then there's Mike Williams.
HARVEY | After nine seasons in the NFL, Antwaan Randle El officially announced his retirement from the league Friday at the first day of his youth football academy at Thornton High School.
SCHERERVILLE | Stepping out of a gray BMW 328i with the Team USA logo tattooed to the driver's door, 2008 Olympian Jennifer Kaido personified the Olympic spirit donning her official 2008 Team USA shirt that said "Beijing" in Chinese characters.
After surveying people from 11 different sites across Indiana about the current multi-class basketball tournament, the IHSAA released its final report Friday stating that it will not make any changes to the tournament at this time.
With temperatures forecast to be in the mid 90s for the rest of the week, simply put, it's just too hot outside.
GARY | It was a love affair that started in graduate school for Dr. Erin Argyilan.
As we approached the 40th anniversary of Title IX becoming law, The Times sports staff began discussing the female coaches and athletes who had done so much to advance girls sports in the region. We started trying to compile a list of 40 women, but quickly learned it would be difficult to cu…
Mildred Ball grew up in Gary dribbling basketballs, digging volleyballs and drilling softballs.
On June 23, 1972, President Richard Nixon signed into law a piece of legislation introduced by a senator from Indiana.
HAMMOND | Kevin Paterson's plan to rejuvenate Calumet College of St. Joseph's cross country and track and field programs is simple.
WHITING | When Kevin Paterson took the reigns of the men's and women's cross country and track and field programs at Calumet College of St. Joseph June 1, he inherited three athletes.
INDIANAPOLIS | She didn’t know it before, but Andrean coach Brooke Baker-Runyon became the first person to play in a softball state championship game and also coach in one.
The 59ers proved themselves early, scoring six runs in the first inning and never looking back, defeating Edgewood 9-2 at Ben Davis High School to win their third softball state championship in school history.
MERRILLVILLE | Ask Savy Kinsella to talk about herself, and she may get a little nervous.
MERRILLVILLE | Maddi Lesch didn't understand the gesture her coach was making during the middle of her at-bat April 21 against Hanover Central.
Senior, IF/OF, 5-11, 185
Freshman, RHP, R/R, 6-4, 205
GARY | The Purdue Boilermakers will play 92 miles from West Lafayette today when they “host” Valparaiso, just 26 miles away, in the NCAA Regional baseball game at U.S. Steel Yard.
GARY | If there’s one thing Lansing native Jeff Boehm likes most about University of Kentucky, it may just be the southern hospitality.
LAKE STATION | It was a bad day to have a bad game.
Since she first picked up a bat 10 years ago, Lake Station clean-up hitter Caitlin Acker has been hitting everything that's in her path, even if it's outside.
HAMMOND | Amongst the jumping, laughing, crying mob of red-clad Lake Station softball players celebrating the present, pitcher Shelby Jorgensen held a reminder of the past.
HAMMOND | River Forest sent 17 batters to the plate in the third inning, scoring 11 runs en route to a 16-1 five-inning victory against Bowman Academy on Thursday in the Class 2A Bishop Noll Sectional.
HAMMOND | After Lake Station beat Wheeler 2-0 at the Class 2A Bishop Noll softball sectional game, both coaches and dugouts remained emotional long after the last out.
HAMMOND | Nickole Finch didn't expect to pitch a two-hitter against Bishop Noll on Tuesday in the Class 2A Bishop Noll Sectional.
HAMMOND | There were some high hopes in the Lake Station dugout as sophomore Caitlin Acker, known as the team’s home run hitter, came up to the plate in the sixth inning with the softball game tied.
LYNWOOD | John Dudak didn't let the "scorpion" pattern sting him Saturday at the qualifying round of the inaugural PBA Midwest/Central Region Lynwood Senior Open.
The Lew Wallace and West Side boys track teams have a brotherly type of competition between them -- literally.
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