I dashed into a local food establishment for a quick bite last week and immediately was approached by a father and his young son, neither of whom was smiling.
GLENWOOD | There’s a first time for everything and an eighth time for some things.
The area's top teams in boys and girls cross country, football, girls golf, boys and girls soccer, boys tennis and girls volleyball.
Triple Crown Threat to hold golf outing; Scarecrow Scamper fun run to raise money for 4-H club; Pumpkin Festival Road Race Oct. 4; Valparaiso volleyball golf outing Oct. 5
GRIFFITH | What makes a great athlete, no matter what the sport, is understanding when your opponent is keying on you, then making adjustments.
In a conference previously owned by Wheeler, Marquette Catholic is making a name for itself as a boys tennis power in the Greater South Shore Conference.
MUNSTER | It's not often the game MVP is a given before halftime. But Munster's Jeff Proctor was that good Friday night.
HOBART | Andrean had to skip its turn in the hosting rotation with Hobart last year when a lighting malfunction moved their annual Northwest Crossroads Conference match to the Brickyard on the afternoon of the game.
CALUMET CITY | T.F. North scored touchdowns on returns of a kickoff, interception and fumble Friday night against Tinley Park.
ST. JOHN | It took Times No. 4 Lake Central the better part of 28 minutes and withstood a 280-yard rushing effort by LaPorte running back Charles Salary to pick up a well-deserved Duneland Athletic Conference win Friday night at the Burial Grounds.
Devonte Harley-Hampton rushed for 112 yards on five carries, and scored two touchdowns, including a run of 86 yards, while leading Homewood-Flossmoor to a 69-0 rout of SouthWest Suburban Conference Blue foe Joliet Central on Friday night.
LANSING | Devon Cathcart and his T.F. South teammates didn't get too caught up in the spirit of homecoming.
Calumet doesn't appear to be showing any signs of slowing down its blazing start.
VALPARAISO | A late Valparaiso touchdown knocked the cherry off the sundae for Chesterton's defense, but the outcome was only a tad less sweet for the Trojans on Friday.
LAKE STATION | Whiting opened the game by jumping offsides twice. Then, Lake Station's read-option offense marched the ball right down the field and scored a touchdown.
CROWN POINT | Artie Equihua knew that he’d eventually get on track on Friday night. More importantly, his Crown Point teammates knew it, too.
MERRILLVILLE | It’s not often that good things come out of a third-and-43.
HIGHLAND | It's no secret that Lowell is going to do nothing but run right down defender's throats on just about every offensive play the Red Devils are on the field. That's simply the Lowell way.
WHEATFIELD | Kankakee Valley was up and down and in Friday’s 35-10 Northwest Crossroads Conference win over Griffith.
Freshman Heather Kristensen (Crown Point) finished 90th at the Indiana Intercollegiate Championships Little State event, pacing Purdue Calumet (522) to an 18th-place showing, one spot ahead of Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference rival Purdue North Central (541).
All four Kougars scores shot under 95 at Tippecanoe Country Club on Friday, giving Kankakee Valley its second-ever girls golf sectional title.
When Stephan Bonnar announced he was coming out of retirement to sign with Bellator MMA, he said he wanted one fight in particular: Tito Ortiz.
It's been more than 30 years since Tim Adams ran for New Prairie, but some things don't fade with time.
(Previous ranking in parentheses; NR = not ranked)
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