"She wanted to improve on last year, and she more than did that."
"A lot of times, kids come down here for the first time and get starstruck. Lia knew what was going on the whole time."
"She just has that gamer mentality, and she never freaks out when she has a bad hole."
"When she finally went up so that they could put her score in the computer, it was a 79. I don't think it really sunk in until she actually re…
"Our mindset was, 'We want to be here, and we want to win.'"
"We never know as coaches whether she's playing well or whether she's playing poorly. She just has that poker face."
“I hit more greens,” DeBoard said. “I was hitting super short. We fixed it and I just started hitting straight and really good.”
Scenes from the Lake Central Invitational hosted Friday at Palmira Country Club.
Michigan City senior Lia Thomas posted an 80 to top the field in the Crown Point Invitational Wednesday at White Hawk Country Club. But that w…
Scenes from the Crown Point Invitational hosted Wednesday at White Hawk Country Club.
"It's strange to think that this was the first high school sports event in Northwest Indiana since March."
Scenes from the LaPorte County Invitational hosted Monday at Michigan City Municipal Golf Course.
"When I first told him I wanted to do golf, he kind of just laughed a little bit."
"At that point, and with having to get 10 practices in, our first (football) competition probably wouldn't occur until Sept. 25 (Week 6)."
Sean Elliott was a stroke away from a state championship berth in golf a year ago. He tells The Times what he's up to without his spring season.
Crown Point finished 11th at state with a two-day team score of 723.
Crown Point, Lake Central and Michigan City persevere through a tough first round at state.
Michigan City's Lia Thomas and Taylor Skibinski will join the Crown Point and Lake Central girls golf teams at the state finals.
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For the second consecutive season, the Crown Point girls golf team is headed to state.
VALPARAISO – The emotions came rushing all at once for Valparaiso senior Wynne Aldrich.