HEBRON — As Scott Bowersock headed down the hall after Saturday's Porter County Conference tournament semifinal, the Washington Township coach didn't look like someone whose team had just advanced to the championship.
La PORTE — Fresh off a spirited, lopsided victory over Michigan City on Friday, and having to play again early on Saturday afternoon, it was understandable if La Porte was a little lethargic.
Baseball turned out to be Mark Manering’s claim to fame, but it was on the football field where the trajectory of the La Porte graduate’s athletic career changed.
La PORTE — In Friday night’s 62-28 Slicers' victory over Michigan City, the Wolves looked to get off to a hot start early to silence the home crowd.
The Indiana High School Athletic Association has passed an Indiana High School Baseball Coaches Association proposal to require sectional sites to provide someone to record pitch counts during tournament games.
Area schedule Boys Basketball LaCrosse vs. South Central at Hebron, 5:30 p.m. Westville vs. Washington Township at Hebron, approx. 7:30 p.m. Girls Basketball New Prairie vs. Culver at LaVille, 5:30 p.m. Gymnastics Portage at La Porte, 6 p.m. Wrestling New Prairie at John Glenn, 6 p.m. High s…
CROWN POINT — All Saturday long, it was Chesterton girls swimmers standing on the diving block in the first lane, hearing their name called and holding up a first-place ribbon at the Duneland Athletic Conference Meet.
MORGAN TOWNSHIP — Other than selling some concessions or working the ticket table, Mya Morrow did a little of everything for LaCrosse in Monday's 52-33 win over Boone Grove in the opening game of the Porter County Conference tournament.
VALPARAISO — Moments after scoring an overtime takedown to claim a 3-1 victory in the 170-pound weight class final in Saturday's Duneland Athletic Conference tournament, Matt Neff quickly rose to his feet, clinched his fists and let out a guttural bellow.
VALPARAISO — Before coming to Valparaiso, Barak Coolman had a seven-year stint at Fort Wayne Northrop where he coached the Scott twins, Brenton and Bryson, who went on to successful careers at Indiana State and Purdue/Fort Wayne, respectively.
LACROSSE — Donning their white- and green-striped warm-up pants, the La Crosse girls basketball players lined up side by side, roses in hand, 20 minutes prior to their game against River Forest on Jan. 7.
NEW CARLISLE — As the American flag came down slowly from the ceiling for the National Anthem, the New Prairie girls basketball team got out of its huddle to line up and face the flag before the band performed the ‘Star Spangled Banner.’
MICHIGAN CITY — For the last two months, I’ve been telling my wife I was due for new running shoes. The ones I have are nearly two years old and I got them for free. It doesn’t take a wise man to know it's time to switch them out when the soles are becoming detached and the heel-frame stabs …
UNION MILLS — As Brett Davis and his wife made their way into the room for the South Central school board meeting Tuesday, a slew of friends and family followed behind, all donning navy T-shirts and sweatshirts with ‘56’ plastered on them and ‘Bub Davis’ stretching across the back, like a jersey.
NEW CARLISLE — Before football games, Hunter Whitenack would devour three Whoppers, washed down by a large pop. After four quarters of road grading defenders, he'd smash an entire large pizza.
Morgan Breeding of New Prairie made short work of the 145-pound weight class in Friday's Indiana High School Girls Wrestling North Regional at Maconaquah High School in Bunker Hill.