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At the beginning of the summer, one of the primary missions for La Porte Post 83 Hamon Gray was to qualify for the state tournament.

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The old adage says, 'Familiarity breeds success.'

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MICHIGAN CITY — As IU baseball players came off the major league draft board in unprecedented numbers for the program last month, Logan Kaletha couldn’t help but wonder if his fortunes had turned out more favorably.

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INDIANAPOLIS — Injuries late in the week left the North All-Stars depleted on the defensive line for Friday's 53rd annual game with the South at North Central High School.

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Brandon Seibert is happy to be a torchbearer for La Porte High School football.

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MICHIGAN CITY — For as many countries as Jarrod Jones' basketball career has taken him to, the Michigan City product qualifies as a world traveler as well as a bucket-getter.

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UNION MILLS — It's been a while since the last upgrade to South Central's basketball court, so school officials figured they'd do it up big.

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La Porte’s girls basketball summer team saved the best for last.

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MICHIGAN CITY — His journey from Africa may not have the glitz or glamour of NBA superstars Joel Embiid of the Philadelphia 76ers or 2019 NBA champion Pascal Siakam of the Toronto Raptors, but former Valparaiso University hooper Moussa Mbaye did what he had to, not just for himself, but for …

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UNION MILLS — Athletics administration had been on John Haggard's career radar since he was doing his undergraduate work at IU South Bend.

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For Steve Drabyn, Bethel's always been memorable to him.

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MICHIGAN CITY — After staking itself to a second-inning, 6-0 cushion, La Porte Post 83 Hamon Gray appeared to be safe.

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It might have been the third time Carson Husmann was named Class A all-state, but the South Central graduate's not one to rest on his many laurels.

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MICHIGAN CITY — After Jeremiah Tefteller's athletic play at the plate saved a run for pitcher Donevan Randall in the third inning, Randall figured he owed his teammate one when they switched positions in the following frame.

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VALPARAISO — Quiet, unassuming, 6-foot-7 with a Peter Brady voice, Ryan Fazekas isn’t your stereotypical yelling, jersey-grabbing teammate.

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Back in eighth grade, a friend encouraged Kaitlyn Freel to be a football team manager with her at Kesling Middle School so she wouldn't have to do it alone.

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VALPARAISO — The bulk of Ryan Fazekas' college career has read more like a medical journal than a basketball publication.

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VALPARAISO — With his La Porte American Legion Post 83 team facing a 2-0 hole and six outs to work with in their second game of the day Saturday afternoon at Valparaiso High School, coach Kevin McGuire had no doubt his ragtag bunch would find a way out of the deficit, even toward the end of …

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MICHIGAN CITY — Former Michigan City boys basketball player and 2006 graduate Antonio Hurt had himself in a great position on the bench at Westville under former City assistant coach Drew Eubank.

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It was a normal minor league baseball game. Nothing seemed out of the ordinary.

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One of Michigan City's all-time greats will be honored posthumously by Indiana University.

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Shooting the basketball from long range has always been his biggest asset.

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Sometimes, there are moments that transcend games, even big games.

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The football just got real in Class 5A Sectional 9, as in real tough.

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The chatter began in the North All-Stars dugout as the third game of its series began to wind down Sunday in Madison.

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For South Central star catcher Faith Biggs’ opponents, she’s reminiscent of a dental office to those who don’t like making visits to have their teeth checked.

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La PORTE — For Noah Christian and Seth Kupres, American Legion baseball has given them new life in the sport.

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As much time as Josh Goeringer spent at Westville High School, kids joked that he actually lived there.

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La PORTE — It took La Porte Post 83 Hamon Gray a mere one inning to seize the momentum.

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Consistency is a trademark of any successful athletics program.

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La PORTE — After roughly four months on the job, Jeremy Lowery has already checked off a bevy of to-do items.

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WANATAH — So how do you recruit your son?

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A baseball diamond and a football field have been homes away from home for the Schellinger family for four decades.

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The gruff, gravely pipes belied the kind spirit of Ron Lemon, a football coach who understood the big picture beyond the Xs and Os.

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La PORTE — Coming off four straight losses, La Porte Post 83 Hamon Gray needed a stopper to step up.

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Heading into the second round of the boys golf state tournament at Prairie View Golf Club in Carmel on Wednesday morning, Michigan City's Nick Gushrowski knew a strong start could be the key to shooting an even lower score than the 6-over-par 78 he posted Tuesday that put him eight shots bac…

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La PORTE — There's no substitute for experience.

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GARY — At the age of 17, Robbie Coursel was throwing a baseball 90 miles per hour and snapping off knee-buckling curveballs.

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Not many players came off the final greens on the ninth and 18th holes at Prairie View Golf Club during the boys golf state tournament a year ago as frustrated as Michigan City's Nick Gushrowski, who carded an opening-round 87 before bouncing back to post a much cleaner 77 on the final day.

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INDIANAPOLIS — Hannah Noveroske did basically everything but call her shot like George Herman Ruth in the 1932 World Series, but the Michigan City star wanted a victory in Saturday's rematch with Kentucky's all-star bunch back home again in Indiana more than most.

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DEMOTTE -- Experience is always the best teacher.