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Let’s just get this out of the way with: Yes, I’m from California. No, I don’t surf.

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Tradition binds civilizations just as it binds the running community.

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PLYMOUTH — The early part of Tuesday night was a struggle for La Porte's volleyball team.

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UNION MILLS — Football holds plenty of promise for Matt Mulligan, a South Central sophomore who could easily be mistaken for a senior.

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La PORTE — A well-struck volleyball in high school moves at estimated speeds upwards of 40 miles per hour.

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MICHIGAN CITY — Speed, and lots of it.

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La PORTE — After inheriting the program in February, new coach Jeremy Lowery began to put his stamp on La Porte's football team quickly.

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MICHIGAN CITY —  "Region Tim Tebow."

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UNION MILLS — Pre-season football practice is a grind, a grueling stretch that has players counting down the days to the first game.

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La PORTE — For Andy Emmons, he wants to make his last prep year a remarkable one.

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MICHIGAN CITY — A city's identity is often linked to how its high school is viewed, both in town and around the area.

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MICHIGAN CITY — Baseball brought Carl Swenson from Brooklyn to Michigan City when he was drafted by the San Francisco Giants in 1958. 

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WESTVILLE — As commutes go, there may not be another coach in Indiana who will travel to work further than Westville's Kyle Stage.

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NEW CARLISLE — Recent studies suggest kids are giving up sports at earlier ages, the result of a variety of factors, notably burnout.

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Last year: 26-4 (14-0 Duneland Athletic Conference), lost to Penn in Class 4A La Porte Sectional semifinal

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La PORTE — For the first time in four years, Reilly Briggs and Kara Cooper aren't on La Porte's volleyball team.

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La PORTE — The first time was the charm for Chris Schultz on Sunday.

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La PORTE — After living in La Porte his whole life and graduating from La Porte High School, Bob Holmes was understandably thrilled to become a coach on the Slicers' football coaching staff.

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For the last eight years of my life, the month of August has symbolized new beginnings.

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La PORTE — Fresh off a big win in last week’s Michigan City City Tournament, Chris Schultz came into his first La Porte City Tournament on a roll.

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La PORTE — He's only had one official week of practice so far, plus the offseason program, but Jeremy Lowery has already left an imprint on his players.

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MICHIGAN CITY — A cloud of uncertainty has shrouded Brett St. Germain's coaching career in the time since his three-week, in-season leave at Lake Central during the 2016.

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After the Turbos' gold-medal performance at the Indiana Age Group State Championship, La Porte's swim club joined the fastest swimmers from nine states for four days of racing in the Central Zone Championship at the Hulbert Aquatic Center in Fargo, N.D.

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MICHIGAN CITY — Success came quickly to Michigan City football when Phil Mason arrived in 2016.

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Best known for his boys basketball coaching tenure at Rogers High School in the 1980s, Earl Cunningham actually has a lengthier resume in tennis, the sport that the South Central graduate played in college at Oakland City.

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At 5-foot-9, 160 pounds, Zach Coulter saw the reality of his playing career as a freshman at Manchester.

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They're getting the band back together at New Prairie.

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Marquette Catholic High School and girls golf aren't strangers to Bill Luegers, who graduated from the school in 1972 and had three daughters play the sport there.

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MICHIGAN CITY — Keeping a lid on expectations is arguably Drew White's largest challenge for the girls golf season.

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MICHIGAN CITY — After reaching new heights last season in girls golf, sectional champion Michigan City and state qualifier Lia Thomas are thinking even bigger.

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New Prairie's basketball court was re-surfaced as part of the school's extensive construction project.

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La PORTE — When the La Porte City Golf Tournament was first moved exclusively to Beechwood Golf Course, there were roughly 20 participants.