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La PORTE — While falling to another potent Duneland Athletic Conference foe, La Porte saw the level it aspires to reach.

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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…

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MUNSTER — Before Tuesday’s game, Tom Wells made a case for Munster being the best boys basketball team in the area.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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NEW CARLISLE — Points were certainly at a premium in the first half Saturday night. Both Penn and New Prairie scuffled mightily to score the basketball before the break.

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CHESTERTON — Leading by two with about 15 seconds to go, Nyla Asad released wide open to the basket off the inbound pass.

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CHESTERTON — Spurtability.

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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.

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La PORTE — It’s a moment Abie Wiencek has been pointing toward all season.

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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.

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MICHIGAN CITY — For 47 years, Mike Avery didn't have a single day when he wasn't a part of a team or set foot on a soccer field.

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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.’

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So you want to be a college athlete? So you think you know all the ins and outs of the recruiting process?

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La PORTE — Even though Ashton Jackson’s only a freshman, La Porte wrestling coach Louie Kuzdas has high aspirations for his talented ninth-grader this season.

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La PORTE — The transition to college is tough enough as it is for the typical high-caliber high school senior athlete.

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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 …

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MICHIGAN CITY — For Ashley Koza, this is personal.

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La PORTE — As Bill Belichick said in his renowned post-game presser a few years ago, it's on to Cincinnati.

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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.

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Nothing in Makenna King's vault warm-ups Tuesday suggested she was about to do something special.

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La PORTE — A matter of minutes after his team outlasted pesky Lake Central last Friday, Kyle Benge was already thinking about Chesterton.

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UNION MILLS — South Central coach Wes Bucher paced back and forth on the sidelines during the first quarter of the game, directing his team's defense.

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La PORTE — Don't get La Lumiere wrong, coach Pat Holmes and the Lakers love traveling the country and playing elite high school basketball teams from all over the country.

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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. 

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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.

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NEW CARLISLE — In the amount of time Hunter Whitenack spent on the wrestling mat Saturday, the new, leaner version of the New Prairie sophomore could’ve eaten a batch of chicken wings.

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La PORTE — Entering Saturday, La Porte was averaging 58 points per game.