CHESTERTON — The Slicers never quit Friday.
WESTVILLE - Leave it to a Blackhawks' trademark in hockey to help a Blackhawks softball team win a title.
VALPARAISO, Ind. — With state at stake, several area teams and individuals shined, while some others couldn’t quite do it.
MICHIGAN CITY - The road ended Thursday for the Blazers.
MERRILLVILLE, Ind. — New Prairie baseball coach Mark Peterson knew the Cougars couldn't give Andrean too many second-chance opportunities in Thursday's sectional opener.
This coming Sunday I will spend the morning turkey hunting for the last time this spring. A handful of states, including Michigan allow turkey hunting through May 31st. I'll be guiding as I was lucky enough use my Michigan tag Wednesday on a gorgeous swamp gobbler that until a few minutes before I pulled trigger, I had never seen. Oh, I had scouted him plenty and knew his gobble well, but he just wouldn't come out of that swamp the few times I hunted him.
Paige Cuma and Kristen Palmer live to play another day.
WESTVILLE — Late in Thursday's Westville Sectional semifinal between the host Blackhawks and Marquette, a debate started in the press box as to which singer should they use for Westville starting pitcher, Britney Sparks, if they indeed played walk-up music for the players.
CHESTERTON — La Porte boys golf coach Bill Hart admits that it's no easy task to stay mentally tough through 18 holes of a grueling tournament.
CHESTERTON — The last time La Porte's softball team played on Chesterton's field, the host Trojans pulled off a victory on a walk-off home run.
CROWN POINT, Ind. — An eight-run fourth inning, in which La Porte sent 12 batters to the plate, was the downfall for Michigan City, as the Slicers cruised to a 13-1, five-inning win in a Class 4A Crown Point Sectional opener on Wednesday night.
La CROSSE - With a pair of stellar pitchers going at it in Wednesday’s championship game of the Class A La Crosse Sectional, doing the little things matters even more.
La PORTE — Both La Porte and Chesterton's girls tennis teams knew they had to play their absolute best tennis to advance in the regional.
La Porte High School's McKenzie Haite and Charles Salary were named the WLOI/WCOE Male and Female Athletes of the Year.
Slicers' baseball players earn All-DAC honors
VALPARAISO — When La Porte’s Kailee Schoof started the 3,200 meter run at Tuesday’s Portage Regional meet, Winamac’s Claire Collins jumped out to an early lead, and it had the junior puzzled.
La PORTE — Here's all you need to know about Monday's baseball game between La Porte and Hammond Clark: By the end of the first inning, the Slicers led 6-0, had already collected six hits, and two of La Porte's first four batters were hit by a pitch.
La CROSSE — After an hour delay to start the day due to rain, and another quick five-minute rain delay in the third inning of the first game, it was all about the pitching for a pair of longtime rivals.
CHESTERTON — If you ask La Porte's Reily Galloway why she pitches with confidence when she takes the circle, she'll tell you that a lot of it has to do with the solid defense that supports her.
Are you ready for the busiest postseason week of the final season of the 2014-15 high school calendar?
MICHIGAN CITY — The Blazers had a rough go of it on Saturday.
MICHIGAN CITY — While the end result of Saturday's doubleheader wasn't obviously ideal for Marquette's softball team, it still celebrated Senior Day and is pointing towards next week's sectional.
HEBRON, Ind. — Errors in the field and pitching woes on the mound made a short day for Westville in Friday’s Porter County Conference Tournament contest against Hebron.
The La Porte Crush 11U baseball team claimed the BPA Pink Ribbon Classic Tourney at Newton Park in Lakeville, Ind., on May 17.
The Purdue University North Central (PNC) softball team held a free clinic for players from the Kankakee Valley Softball League and the Valparaiso 8U Panthers on May 3 at Patriot Park in Michigan City.
This time of year, many outdoorsman do their best to lose weight so they look better for the summer months.
PORTAGE, Ind. — The Michigan City duo of Matthew Lockridge and Makiyah Smallwood had quite a day Thursday at the Portage Track and Field Sectional.
CROWN POINT, Ind. — After a stinging, 10-1 home loss to Lake Central on Tuesday, La Porte players all said that's not their true team.
MICHIGAN CITY — Amidst a hard rain, the Satellites emerged victorious over the Wolves on Wednesday.
MICHIGAN CITY — The Wolves made the most of mistakes for the win on Thursday.
La PORTE — One team is gunning for its 15th consecutive sectional title, while the other team, its bitter nemesis, is aiming to unseat it as sectional champs.
Visit Michigan City La Porte has announced winners in the third annual Coho Capital Derby, held each spring from late April to early June.
CHESTERTON — The La Porte Slicers distance team is a close-knit group as there are only seven girls who run distance.
VALPARAISO, Ind. — What a difference an inning made on Tuesday.
La PORTE — The peaks and valleys of a baseball season can be extreme sometimes.
La PORTE — Staring at a 6-0 deficit after three-and-a-half innings, a victory looked nearly impossible for La Porte on Monday.
Kesling Student Council sponsored a basketball game with staff members against the eighth-grade boys and girls basketball teams to help raise money for Riley Children's Hospital.
Indiana’s regular season in high school track & field drew to a close last week, and Michigan City has several athletes whose performances rank among the best in the state.
That’s one high jump for Daniel Armstrong, one giant leap for the Michigan City boys track and field program.