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Summary: Even though La Porte went through major adversity early in the season with four straight losses to begin the year, it continued to battle. Despite several lopsided losses, it continued to work. Their resolve was on display on Friday night. After almost spoiling a 13-point lead, the …

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LIBERTY TOWNSHIP — For the top runners coming out of the talent-laden New Prairie Sectional, the second step in the post-season process, in this case the Chesterton Regional, is a tricky one.

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Summary: New Prairie found itself in another tight game Friday night on the road against Elkhart Central. They couldn't overcome the Blue Blazers, however, falling 31-28 on a last-second Bryan Ramirez 36-yard field goal, dashing hopes of an undefeated regular season and an outright Northern …

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MISHAWAKA — Annalise Warnock and Reece Shirley are best friends.

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MISHAWAKA — After surviving a four-set test from Plymouth at the start of the season, La Porte’s volleyball team was ready for the same against the Pilgrims in a sectional semifinal.

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La PORTE — Despite sitting at 0-4, La Porte's football team continued to fight. Despite several lopsided losses, it continued to work.

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La PORTE — It's been a tale of two seasons for La Porte's defense.

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UNION MILLS — It wasn't long after Jake Osburn started playing football that he realized he had a knack that was inherent to success in the game.

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NEW CARLISLE — Around these parts, if your name is Baltes, you're expected to be good at running long distances.

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NEW CARLISLE — All those in attendance at a sold-out Amzie Miller Field two weeks ago stood on their feet, hands clenched and nervous for a 4th-and-11 play, down three points early in the fourth quarter to Penn.

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MORGAN TOWNSHIP — After sealing Thursday's sectional opener, Marquette volleyball players celebrated like they almost won the title.

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MISHAWAKA — It didn't matter who was playing in the front row of La Porte volleyball's 25-12, 25-12, 25-8 sweep of South Bend Adams Thursday night.

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BREMEN — Without looking past Thursday's Class 2A Bremen Sectional opener with South Bend Career Academy, South Central had one eye peeking ahead to a potential Saturday semifinal against Rochester.

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MICHIGAN CITY — As she turned 18, Aaliyah Briggs was eager, at long last, to put some stakes in the ground.

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La PORTE — Last year, there were times on the volleyball court when Lexi Joyner doubted herself.

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NEW CARLISLE — Jordan Staus had a variety of snacks sitting beside her on the stands in the New Prairie gymnasium.

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When John Marshall stepped down as Westville girls basketball coach in 2011, he left the door open to a possible return in some capacity.

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MICHIGAN CITY — Jumping in a hot shower after a hard run in the face of brisk October winds is a simple pleasure I have grown to relish.

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Summary: A bit flat after its emotional win over Penn, undefeated and Class 4A No. 1 New Prairie (8-0) took a while to really get going, reeling off four unanswered touchdowns in the second half after South Bend Riley (4-4) had edged within 21-14 to pull away for the 48-14 victory at Jackson…

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NEW CARLISLE — A barking knee side tracked Tim O’Laughlin’s promising cross country season before it started back in August.

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NEW CARLISLE — The northwest winds were blowing strongly enough at Saturday’s New Prairie Sectional that it seemed like one big gust could pick up little Lillian Zelasko and carry away the Cougars cross country runner like she was Dorothy in the Wizard of Oz minus the sparkly shoes.

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Summary: South Central rolled to a 34-0 third-quarter lead over Bishop Noll and on its way to a 48-12 win.

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CULVER — Two short seasons ago, La Porte's boys tennis team stumbled to a 5-20 record, albeit capturing the sectional.

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SOUTH BEND — Whether it was the emotional win over Penn a week earlier or the dreary arrival of autmun weather, New Prairie showed some maliase for a half against South Bend Riley on Friday at Jackson Field. 

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HAMMOND — As the wind began whipping and the temperatures kept dropping, the motivation for Brady Glisic was pretty simple.

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La PORTE — In a defensive slugfest between Michigan City and La Porte, one play on offense made all the difference.

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La PORTE — A mere minutes after La Porte's boys tennis team earned an improbable regional championship over formidable South Bend St. Joseph, coach Don Varda was asked about Carmel.

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La PORTE — A few minutes after La Porte's boys tennis team earned an improbable regional championship over South Bend St. Joseph on Wednesday, Don Varda was asked about Carmel.

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As New Prairie navigated its way to the Class 3A volleyball semistate last season, each step brought unknown territory, uncharted waters for the Cougars.

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SOUTH BEND — After hanging tight with stellar Wheeler a few weeks ago, La Porte's girls soccer team believed it could be competitive with another exceptional squad in South Bend St. Joseph.

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La PORTE — While he might be new to the La Porte-Michigan City rivalry, Jeremy Lowery isn't unfamiliar with it.

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SOUTH BEND — If La Porte needed a reference point for what its off-season should be about, Connor McKenna of South Bend Adams provided it.

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SOUTH BEND — Within the context of the boys soccer match, it didn’t mean a tremendous amount.

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La PORTE — Pure exuberation.

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LAKEVILLE — In Wednesday night's sectional quarterfinal matchup between Marquette and Westville, it was all Blazers from the get-go in their 10-0 victory in the Class A LaVille Sectional at Newton Park.