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LACROSSE — During a pre-season practice a few weeks ago, LaCrosse girls basketball coach Chris McGowen saw a Mya Morrow he'd never seen before.

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La PORTE — Squaring off versus unblemished Valparaiso, La Porte knew its margin for error was extremely slim.

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NEW CARLISLE — Two Plymouth touchdowns in a span of three third-quarter plays flipped the scoreboard and the momentum from New Prairie to the Rockies in Friday's Class 4A Sectional 18 championship, zapping the energy out of the home crowd at a chilly Amzie Miller Field.

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NEW CARLISLE — When Bobby Siford went down with an injury in the second half Friday against Plymouth, a couple quick thoughts went through the mind of Ben Fronk as he buckled his chin strap and took the field.

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A grin that could light up a room and a personality that could change your day.

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WESTVILLE — Lonzo Ball, Jayson Tatum, De'Aaron Fox, Donovan Mitchell, Grace Weston.

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UNION MILLS — When Amber Wolf speaks, South Central listens.

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La PORTE — Despite being a crucial cog on La Porte's football team, Justin Forker maybe doesn't get the recognition he always deserves.

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La PORTE — In its first football matchup with Valparaiso in Week 3, La Porte hung tough in the first half against the formidable Vikings.

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NEW CARLISLE — Three years ago, now-senior center Zach Borror was a freshman at New Prairie taking an agriculture class with then-senior Jessie Williamson.

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NEW CARLISLE — It's been two years since New Prairie football has taken home a sectional championship, and five since it played in the state championship at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis.

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La PORTE — Riley Ott might be away at college, but that doesn't mean younger sister Ryin doesn't communicate with her every day.

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MICHIGAN CITY — It happened for Trinity Thompson this summer, that point in her basketball career where she developed her 'dawg' mentality.

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NEW CARLISLE — Last season, New Prairie girls basketball coach Todd Dermody felt there were two sets of players, and a "schism" of sorts on his squad.

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NEW CARLISLE — Midway through the second quarter, New Prairie girls basketball began to crawl back from an early 15-5 deficit built by turnovers and foul trouble.

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TERRE HAUTE — A half-mile or so into the state cross country race, Tim O'Laughlin found himself with some serious work to do.

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PLYMOUTH — When senior New Prairie setter Shaye Tolch props the ball up, there's a good chance it's heading to junior outside hitter and Northern Indiana Conference Most Valuable Player, Elise Swistek.

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MICHIGAN CITY — One-hundred-forty-six to 28.

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MICHIGAN CITY — Faith is believing in something when common sense tells you not to.

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CULVER — The progress that South Central achieved since being thumped in the second week of the season against Culver was nothing short of inspired.

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NEW CARLISLE — Coming into a Class 4A Sectional 18 semifinal matchup with New Prairie, Culver Academies head coach Andrew Dorrel stressed that holding onto the football for long, exhaustive offensive drives was going to be a major key in beating the Cougars.

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NEW CARLISLE — New Prairie sophomore libero Josie Troy has a love-hate relationship with burpees.

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NEW CARLISLE — Back when they were in sixth grade, they were called "The Three Stooges" by middle school cross country coach Jeff Meinhard.

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NEW CARLISLE — Financial analysts, roboticts engineers and bridge-building civil engineers.

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NEW CARLISLE — "We just want to keep playing with each other."

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UNION MILLS — As Devin Saunders trudged off the cold field at West Central last Friday night, the South Central sophomore found his mom amid the crowd of Satellites fans gathered by the gate in front of the locker room.

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NEW CARLISLE — It's no secret New Prairie football's offense is hard to stop; just ask any of its opponents this year.

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La PORTE — Over the years, La Porte has gotten the better of Michigan City on the gridiron.

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La PORTE — There was plenty of pure happiness, candy and the occasional scare at the sixth annual Trick or Treat for Special Olympics at La Porte High School Wednesday night.

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MICHIGAN CITY — Just another game? Maybe.

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NEW CARLISLE — Early Saturday afternoon, amidst the fresh sting of losing out on a boys cross country state finals berth by way of a tie-breaker, New Prairie coach John Arndt spoke glowingly of his team's season, at that point, in retrospect.

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The roots of Jerry Baltes' track and cross country coaching career are quite literally in the soil, the grounds of the family farm where the former New Prairie runner learned the qualities that are fundamental to his success.

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La PORTE — Traditionally, La Porte's football program has been built around a potent rush attack.

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NEW CARLISLE  — It was an emotional 48 hours for the New Prairie boys cross country team.

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NEW CARLISLE — It wasn’t exactly the way Tim O’Laughlin planned it, but it was all’s well that ends well for the New Prairie senior in Saturday’s New Prairie Semistate.

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La PORTE — Admittedly, getting complacent with leads had been an issue for La Porte's volleyball team at times this season.

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CEDAR LAKE — After rattling off a 5-0 run to begin the third set, New Prairie head coach Jordan Staus held up her right hand for high fives and let out a wide, happy grin.

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CEDAR LAKE — During warm-ups, it was evident how locked in New Prairie was for its 3-0 (25-8, 25-18, 25-23) Class 3A Hanover Central Regional final victory over West Lafayette on Saturday night.

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SOUTH BEND — If there were any concerns of a New Prairie football hangover following a last-second loss to Elkhart Central to end the regular season, they were erased almost immediately Friday.