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La PORTE — Both La Porte and Valparaiso had a double-digit lead Friday night.

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The New Prairie Ironmen 12U baseball team distributed over 1,200 cookies to local first responder departments in La Porte and St. Joseph County as a thank you for their service, as part of an annual service project. Departments that received these goodies included La Porte Police Department,…

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The first time Tina Larsen picked up a cue, she was 16.

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La PORTE — While La Porte's girls swim team has thrived early this season, it's been a struggle for the Slicer boys.

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Editor's Note: Due to earlier deadlines, this story didn't appear in Friday's Herald-Argus.

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Editor's Note: Due to earlier deadlines, this story didn't appear in Wednesday's Herald-Argus.

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GARY — If Bowman Academy's length and athleticism weren't on display enough in warm-ups alone, it surely was halfway through the first quarter.

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MICHIGAN CITY — Less than five minutes into Tuesday night's swim meet between Michigan City and La Porte, it was obvious who were arguably the two best swimmers in the pool: The Slicers' Becca Shaffer and the Wolves' Connor Baker.

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La PORTE — Even though the La Porte Junior Pee Wees have repeatedly been the smallest team on the field, they've found a way to persevere.

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MICHIGAN CITY — Say this much for the Michigan City girls basketball team. They're consistent.

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The Turkey Trot is a cultural phenomenon situated cozily between the antics of Black Out Wednesday and the gatherings of Thanksgiving.

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MICHIGAN CITY -- If the turkey, mac and cheese and dessert on Thanksgiving weren't enough to get rid of the sour taste left from last Wednesday's girls basketball loss to Portage, Michigan City's 63-34 win over Marquette on Saturday certainly did the trick.

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MICHIGAN CITY — It took a while for Michigan City to ramp up to top speed Saturday against Marquette.

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La PORTE — Twice.

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CROWN POINT — You have to look hard, really hard, to find a flaw in Crown Point's girls basketball team.

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MICHIGAN CITY — After being part of the supporting cast last season, Jake Tarnow is taking on a starring role at the Scholl Center this winter.

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WESTVILLE — As Tom Wells strolled out onto the court during pre-game warmups before Tuesday's boys basketball season opener, the new Michigan City coach approached Bryan Lochmondy, a member of the officiating crew, shook his hand and jokingly told him he was one of the guys that got him fire…

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MICHIGAN CITY — Football coaches share a kinship. Whether they know each other or not, there's a connection in the same highs and lows, the ups and downs, and all that comes with the grind of the job.

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PORTAGE — “We didn’t tackle well today but we made up for it by not blocking.”

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NEW CARLISLE — New Prairie’s 73-52 win over South Bend Career Academy Tuesday night may have looked like a blowout on the stat sheet, but it was anything but the sort.

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WESTVILLE — It didn’t matter in the least that Tahari Watson missed his first three shots in Michigan City’s opener with Westville on Tuesday.

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UNION MILLS — Wheeler played right into South Central’s planning and preparation on the opening night of the season Tuesday.

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La PORTE — Staring at a 15-point hole early in the third quarter Tuesday night, La Porte could have faltered.

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NEW CARLISLE — The term "record-breaking" is often used lightly, in circumstances that don't quite warrant it.

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It's rare when a one-tackle game can be an outside linebacker's most enjoyable performance of the season, but it was for Brandon Kasinger.