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MICHIGAN CITY | It was almost like Crown Point running back Troy Grady and his quarterback, Artie Equihua, had a little competition going during the second half of Friday’s Duneland Athletic Conference season finale at Ames Field in Michigan City.
So who’s going to set a new Purdue Calumet record next?
UNION TWP. | On the scoreboard, it was Mari Zeitlow’s goal on a penalty kick — only her second goal of the season — that led to Wheeler’s 1-0 win over Andrean in Saturday’s Class A sectional final.
After losing five senior starters from last year’s squad that went 14-8 and lost in the regional semifinals to Beecher, including leading scorer Evan Henschel (24 goals), it would have been understandable if the Illinois Lutheran boys soccer team took a step back.
HAMMOND | It wasn’t enough for the Lake Central girls to win their 11th straight sectional title Saturday in the Gavit Sectional at Riverside Park.
HOBART | In 28 seconds, the gamut of emotions turned 180 degrees early in the Class 2A Hobart Sectional final on Saturday afternoon.
RENSSELAER | Coming into Friday’s Hoosier Conference game between a pair of state-ranked teams (Rensselaer is No. 2 in Associated Press poll in 2A; Lafayette Central Catholic was No. 3), something had to give.
As Calumet College men’s bowling head coach Mike Kubacki received another prestigious honor, his team started the season on the right foot in its first tournament of the season.
HOBART | Ever since last October, Chesterton’s girls soccer team has wanted to get another chance at Valparaiso. And after Thursday’s results in the semifinals of the Class 2A Hobart Sectional, it will happen Saturday.
UNION TWP. | Even a defending regional champion can be a little nervous going into the first game of the postseason.
KOUTS | It would be easy for Maranda Birmingham to be selfish.
MICHIGAN CITY | Four matches were done with Chesterton and Valparaiso each winning two.
MERRILLVILLE | He’s just a sophomore, but Jacob Potts played like a senior late Friday night.
It’s all about baby steps for the Indiana University Northwest volleyball program.
MERRILLVILLE | Earlier this week, River Forest was a slight favorite to win its 15th boys tennis sectional title. But on Monday, the Ingots’ No. 1 singles player, Ivan Miranda, suffered a high ankle sprain during an open gym for basketball.
CHESTERTON | Whoever took the extra effort to use Styrofoam cups on the fence outside of Chesterton’s football/soccer field to honor the boys soccer team for winning the Duneland Athletic Conference title needs to put in a little more effort today.
HEBRON | Up until this past weekend, Mariah Wilson was that player hardly anyone noticed on the field.
MICHIGAN CITY | You have to hand it to Michigan City. Despite going up against one of the top defenses in Northwest Indiana in Lake Central, the Wolves didn’t back down on Friday night.
Purdue Calumet men’s golfers are playing in tournaments off of the college schedule and are finding success.
CHESTERTON | If a high school soccer team has one prolific goal scorer, it’s a huge bonus, especially if that player picks big moment to score those goals.
VALPARAISO | On Sunday morning, Bob Jacobs was reminded that he shot an 84 in last year’s final round of the Porter Amateur at Valparaiso Country Club after leading the tourney.
It must be something in that Tri Creek water, because all Lowell produces is talented running backs, even in a season in which things looked bleak early on.
Jasper County loves its football, and with the only two high schools in the county combining for some historic numbers, excitement could be at an all-time high.
GRIFFITH | What makes a great athlete, no matter what the sport, is understanding when your opponent is keying on you, then making adjustments.
Most high school athletes who hear an adult recite the Benjamin Franklin proverb “early to bed and early to rise, makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise” will likely roll their eyes.
It may seem like a simple renovation, but Indiana University Northwest’s athletics department sees the fitness center facelift as another step in building a program that rivals every local college and beyond.
MALDEN | How much does Meghan Banik love soccer?
HAMMOND | Morton had only lost one conference game in seven-plus years of existence for the Great Lakes Athletic Conference. That came in a home game against Hammond High in 2012 when the Wildcats earned the only GLAC title that did not go to the Governors.
CHESTERTON | For those not up on soccer lingo, toe-poking a ball isn’t good. The ball loses control of where the player wants to put it most of the time.
After Purdue Calumet’s men's golf team did well two weeks ago, Purdue North Central showed its men’s team is also on the way up.
VALPARAISO | Senior Ashley Thomas started the trend in the first game of the season, a 9-1 victory over LaPorte.
VALPARAISO | He hasn’t run the Popcorn Panic since sixth grade. She seems like she’s been running it every year since.
HOBART | A normal Saturday afternoon for Hobart’s veteran varsity players consists of some weightlifting, then cheering on the junior varsity team in its weekly game.
HOBART | Waiting was the hardest part for players, coaches, fans, volunteers … everybody.
MICHIGAN CITY | It only took 25 seconds for Michigan City to make their coach smile at the offense she’s been looking for this season.
It was definitely a huge dose of home cooking for Purdue Calumet sophomore Patrick Mudd last week in the Crimson Wave Preview golf tourney.
MICHIGAN CITY | Success hasn’t gotten to Maggie Mellen’s head, even though she earned LaPorte County girls soccer player of the year honors two straight seasons while at Marquette Catholic.
MISHAWAKA | In one of the few games to finish on time Friday night without weather delays, Crown Point and the Cavemen did not disappoint fans.
Munster graduate Rachel Shmagranoff scored the eventual game-winning goal to lead the Purdue Calumet women’s soccer team to a 2-1 victory over Rochester College on Saturday in the Peregrines' regular-season opener.
VALPARAISO | First-year girls soccer coach Genna Noel arrived at Boone Grove last week before her team’s practice began, and as she walked through the hallway, a secretary approached her.
SOUTH BEND | Times No. 1 Merrillville scored five touchdowns on Friday night in its opener at South Bend Clay. Those five drives took a total of 2:20 off the game clock.
VALPARAISO | Just 30 seconds into Tuesday’s Duneland Athletic Conference tilt between LaPorte and Valparaiso — the season-opener for both squads — Ashley Thomas had a point-blank chance for the Vikings which was thwarted by Slicers’ goalie Madison Barber.
With a total of 17 men and women, the Indiana University Northwest cross country teams are set to make a little history Aug. 29.
UNION TWP. | The message comes across loud and clear to her Wheeler teammates, even if the tone from Shannon Eden isn’t what younger players want to hear.
MUNSTER | Ostoich-to-Pickett may not roll off the tongue as easily as Montana-to-Rice or even Cutler-to-Marshall, but it could result in lots of touchdowns this season for Munster.
HAMMOND | Being the recipient of multiple nicknames for a Professional Bowlers Association regular is usually a sign of respect, and Jack Jurek has a few.
Despite a drop in league numbers in recent years, bowling remains the No. 1 participatory sport in America -- with 50 million people bowling at least once per year in a $10 billion industry.
HAMMOND | On Monday, Hammond native Kenny Parks lamented the prize funds the Professional Bowlers Association senior tour (PBA50) provides and how long he would be traveling for the tourneys in the future.
HAMMOND | The number of entrants into the PBA50 South Shore Open that began on Monday at Olympia Lanes has dropped over the last couple years.
It’s your average Tuesday morning and within about 15 minutes, eight cars pull into the parking lot at Ringo’s Golf Center on U.S. 30.
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