Paul Oren has been a correspondent reporter for The Times since 2005. A member of the United States Basketball Writers Association, Paul has spent more than 15 years covering Valparaiso basketball.
“Each year we’ve come up short since I’ve been here. We finally pulled it out. This is everything we’ve been working toward.”
Highland found out hours before kickoff they would be without a key player, so the Trojans scrapped their game plan.
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“It doesn’t faze me at all,” Leonard said. “It would be amazing to get recognized all the time, but we don’t play for that. We all play because we truly love the game of volleyball. We love playing with one another.”
“Louisville did a great job trying to pursue and make this work,” Jones II said. “We know that everyone is going to be sad about it.
Zach Vode has been a dynamic playmaker for the Hobart football team for the last two years.
Trying to find the right words to say to a senior athlete in the moments after a career-ending loss is a difficult challenge for every coach.
“It’s a relief that we are still going,” Schara said. “The goal was to play for as long as we could. We’re thrilled that we haven’t had to shut down or miss any time.”