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LOWELL VS HIGHLAND IN FOOTBALL BY JOHN SMIERCIAK

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  • LOWELL | Lowell’s victory over Highland wasn’t a work of art by any stretch of the imagination, but it was a workmanlike performance by running back George Fields. The senior speedster churned out 245 yards on 27 carries and three touchdowns at the Inferno Friday night in a 22-0 blanking over an improved Highland. “The offensive line was opening up holes, and it was just running hard,” Fields said. The Red Devils improved to 3-2 overall and to 3-0 in the Northwest Crossroads Conference with their third straight win. You learn how to win ugly tonight,” Lowell coach Keith Kilmer said. “It took them a while to realize that Highland is just not going to come out and lay down for them. “They played the whole game, and our kids did, too. Our defense played fantastic.” The Trojans managed just 28 yards on the ground and 131 yards of total offense. “We were just reading our keys, linemen were separating and ripping and flowing to the ball,” said Dan Garza, who forced a Highland fumble. Meanwhile, Fields scored his second and third TDs of the game in the second half on runs of 32 and 8 yards. “We were just keying off what the defense was doing,” Fields aid.
  • 9/20/2013
  • Album ID: 1707795
  • Photos by John Smierciak

Whiting at Bishop Noll football

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  • Whiting at Bishop Noll football.
  • 9/20/2013
  • Album ID: 1707781
  • Photos by Jonathan Miano

Chesterton vs LaPorte, Football

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  • Chesterton's Trojans play the LaPorte Slicers in homecoming game
  • 9/13/2013
  • Album ID: 1704774
  • Photos by John Luke

LAKE CENTRAL VS CROWN POINT FOOTBALL BY JOHN SMIERCIAK

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  • ST. JOHN | It might not register on a tape measure, yardstick or scale, but Colin Studer grew Friday night. While the Lake Central defense continued a dominant three-week run, Studer’s increased efficiency on offense was a huge part of Times No. 7 Lake Central’s 23-0 shutout of No. 4 Crown Point on Friday night in Duneland Athletic Conference action. The sophomore quarterback, who was the backup coming out of camp, went 11-for-24 for 112 yards and two touchdowns passing and ran for 54 yards, mostly in a 20-point first half, to help the Indians (3-1, 2-0) overcome a stout Crown Point defense and win their third straight game. “He’s making strides, and when we have a young quarterback, that’s what you want to see,” Lake Central coach Brett St. Germain said. The Indians held tough on defense, and Studer helped them take advantage of Crown Point turnovers and penalties. The 20-0 score at halftime represented Lake Central’s biggest half of offense thus far this season.
  • 9/13/2013
  • Album ID: 1704997
  • Photos by John Smierciak

MARIAN CATHOLIC VS MUNSTER IN VOLLEYBALL BY JOHN SMIERCIAK

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  • MUNSTER | Shayley Summers took a bottle near the end of the fourth game and got a fresh diaper in the middle of an intense fifth. The three-month-old daughter of Tracy and Ryan Summers had no idea what was going on just a few yards away from her fourth-row seat Wednesday night at Munster Fieldhouse, but one day she’ll hear tell of it. Her parents staged an epic volleyball match that ended with Tracy’s Munster squad beating Ryan's Marian Catholic team 25-21, 25-20, 24-26, 16-25, 15-7 in a matchup of Times No. 1 teams on opposite sides of the border. Tracy improved to 2-1 all-time against Ryan in their careers as head coaches. "It's exciting, because we both know so many players on both sides of the net," Tracy Summers said. "It's fun to try to guess what he’s thinking and see what strategies he uses. Other than that, it's a great opportunity for us to play a great team." There were no side wagers between the new parents, but Ryan expected dish duty as they exited the gym. "We didn’t say it, but it's kind of understood who's doing the dishes," Ryan said. "But in the end, Shayley wore a Marian ‘M’ on her shirt and not a Munster ‘M’ so I’ll take that." The unbeaten Mustangs (12-0) ran to a 2-0 lead after winning a pair of games that were tied late. Marian (2-6), however, held close in a third game that was tied nine times. The Spartans scored the final three points of that game to win 26-24 and then dominated the fourth set 25-16. "We get so focused the first two games and then back off a lot for some reason and don’t stay as focused," Munster hitter Antonia DalleCarbonare said. "Then we realized we need to step it up and won the last one." DalleCarbonare led the Mustangs with 15 kills and 27 digs, while Shannon Farrell added 13 kills and 18 digs and several mental assists.
  • 9/11/2013
  • Album ID: 1703686
  • Photos by John Smierciak

Bishop Noll at Whiting girls volleyball

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  • Bishop Noll at Whiting girls volleyball with a focus on sisters Bishop Noll freshman Brittany Anderson and Whiting senior Kaylyn Anderson.
  • 9/9/2013
  • Album ID: 1702723
  • Photos by Jonathan Miano

Portage tennis player John Fannin

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  • Portage No. 1 singles player John Fannin practices at the school in Portage.
  • 9/9/2013
  • Album ID: 1702725
  • Photos by Jonathan Miano

Clark at Morton football

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  • Clark at Morton football
  • 9/6/2013
  • Album ID: 1701740
  • Photos by Jonathan Miano

Crown Point v. Merrillville football

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  • Crown Point v. Merrillville football at Crown Point.
  • 9/6/2013
  • Album ID: 1701709
  • Photos by Jeff Nicholls

Hobart at Griffith football

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  • Hobart at Griffith football
  • 9/6/2013
  • Album ID: 1701734
  • Photos by Jonathan Miano
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