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Bishop Noll girls Class 2A state volleyball championship game

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  • Bishop Noll girls volleyball in the Class 2A state volleyball championship against Providence at Ball State University's Worthen Arena.
  • 11/9/2013
  • Album ID: 1729564
  • Photos by Jonathan Miano

Bishop Noll girls volleyball state team

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  • Bishop Noll girls volleyball state team ball cards.
  • 11/8/2013
  • Album ID: 1729322
  • Photos by Jonathan Miano

Lake Central vs Penn, Regional Football Championship

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  • Lake Central vs Penn, Regional Football Championship
  • 11/8/2013
  • Album ID: 1729399
  • Photos by John Luke

Rensselaer v. Bowman Academy Football

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  • Rensselaer v. Bowman Academy Football sectional final at East Chicago Central. New photos added!
  • 11/8/2013
  • Album ID: 1729400
  • Photos by Jeff Nicholls

Crown Point State Soccer

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  • Crown Point in State Soccer Match vs avon
  • 11/3/2013
  • Album ID: 1726610
  • Photos by Danny Shelton

Bowman v. Boone Grove Sectional semifinal

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  • Bowman Academy v. Boone Grove Sectional semifinal game at Roosevelt in Gary.
  • 11/1/2013
  • Album ID: 1726303
  • Photos by Jeff Nicholls


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  • ST. JOHN | Gelen Robinson rightfully has no recollection of the last time Lake Central won a sectional because it was in 1999. His memory of 2002 isn’t much better, but that was the last time Lake Central beat Merrillville. After that sectional victory, the Indians went on to lose to the Pirates 16 times in a row. Robinson does, however, have a sharp recall of a play from the last time Merrillville and Lake Central met in the postseason. Two years ago Robinson picked up a fumble at midfield at Merrillville in the sectional opener and was running unimpeded toward the end zone when the whistle blew and the officials said the Pirates player was down before the fumble. Merrillville won that game 30-24. For an athlete that seldom takes a loss in any of his three sports, the loss stung. "That hurt real bad, it hurt for a long time," Robinson said. Now the hurt is gone. Robinson had two sacks and recovered two of Merrillville’s five lost fumbles, and Lake Central ended its Merrillville misery and sectional famine all at once with an emphatic 31-0 victory over the visiting Pirates Friday night in the Class 6A Sectional 1 final at the Burial Grounds. The Indians (9-2) host Penn (11-0) next week in the regional. "It doesn't hurt anymore,” Robinson said. “I can't put into words what this means, what this feels like. Our team won this championship and it's the greatest feeling in the world." The cold and rain played into Lake Central’s favor because it slowed Merrillville’s vaunted speed-based offense and allowed Lake Central’s defense to stymie the out-of-sorts Pirates and hold them to 42 net yards rushing and 71 passing “I didn’t want to go my senior year without beating Merrillville, and that would have been the 17th loss to Merrillville, consecutively, so we definitely did not want to go out on that note, and we didn’t,” Robinson said.
  • 11/1/2013
  • Album ID: 1726200
  • Photos by John Smierciak

Highland sectional semifinal

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  • West Side travels to Highland for Class 4A sectional semifinal game.
  • 11/1/2013
  • Album ID: 1726220
  • Photos by Andy Lavalley

Washington Twp vs Pioneer High School, Girls Volleyball

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  • Washington Twp vs Pioneer High School, Girls Volleyball
  • 10/29/2013
  • Album ID: 1724715
  • Photos by John Luke


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  • CROWN POINT | Bob Dylan sang about serving somebody back in the late 1970s. His crooning was unique and some would say awful. On Saturday at the Class 4A Crown Point Sectional, the host Bulldogs served like Dylan sang in the morning semifinal, then hit the notes better in the championship against Chesterton. In a exhausting win over LaPorte, C.P. had 20 service errors. In the final against the Trojans, only 11 bad serves occurred. The Bulldogs won 26-24, 25-19, 25-11, to win the program's first sectional championship since 1992. “It was much better tonight,” C.P. coach Allison Duncan said of her team's serving. “This means a lot. We've worked hard for the last four years. This was all about setting the tempo.” Crown Point (28-8) will travel to Munster for the regional Tuesday. Chesterton (23-13) was one point from winning the first game, but the Bulldogs roared back for the very emotional win. “We've been in tough games all year,” said C.P. senior Abby Kvachkoff, who had nine kills. Kvachkoff got most of her kills sliding behind the setters and finishing strong. “The slide was open against them,” she said. “This is a great feeling, because it hasn't happened in so long.” Junior Alyssa Kvarta had a monster game, with 10 kills, 27 assists and she was 12-of-12 serving with two aces. She said she cried after beating LaPorte in the semifinal because her team was that much closer to realizing a dream. She had a fabric heart in her sock that one of her club coaches, Troy Campbell, gave to her. “We like to cheer really loud,” Kvarta said. “If we make a mistake, we bounce back. Our main priority is to be loud and get in their heads. It totally works.”
  • 10/26/2013
  • Album ID: 1723593
  • Photos by John Smierciak
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