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Bishop Noll vs North Newton, Softball Regional

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  • Bishop Noll vs North Newton, Softball Regional
  • 6/3/2014
  • Album ID: 1809520
  • Photos by John Luke

Griffith vs. Hanover Central, Softball Regional

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  • Griffith vs. Hanover Central, Softball Regional
  • 6/3/2014
  • Album ID: 1809522
  • Photos by John Luke

Hobart vs Portage, Sectional Baseball Championship at Chesterton

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  • Hobart vs Portage, Sectional Baseball Championship at Chesterton
  • 6/2/2014
  • Album ID: 1809097
  • Photos by John Luke


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  • MERRILLVILLE | Unlike most of the world, Purdue men's basketball coach Matt Painter wants to get old fast. "We need to cultivate that senior and junior leadership like we had in the past," Painter said. "We still don't have any seniors coming back (next season), but we'd like to get old again." At least the Boilermakers are going to get a little grayer at the pivot position. Gary resident A.J. Hammons, who prepped at Oak Hill (Va.) Academy, has agreed to return to West Lafayette for his junior season. "He made the right decision," Painter said of Hammons, who averaged double-figure scoring the last two seasons. "From what we were hearing, he looked to be a late second-rounder, and that usually means time in the (NBA) D-League or being sent overseas. "Coming back gives him a better chance to be NBA ready, but he's got to get his motor running a little more for rebounds. We'd like to see him get at least 10 a game." Painter was one of the featured speakers at the Boilermaker Coaches Caravan, Thursday night at the Radisson Hotel at Star Plaza. Others included Purdue football coach Darrell Hazell, women's volleyball coach Dave Shondell, and former Purdue basketball star and 12-year NBA veteran Brian Cardinal, who is now the assistant director for the John Purdue Club. Hazell, who is entering his season leading the Boilermaker football program, talked about his first four-star recruit, Lake Central senior Gelen Robinson. "He has been on our radar for a while, and we're glad we were able to get him," Hazell said of Robinson, son of former Purdue All-American basketball player and NBA All-Star Glenn Robinson. Ironically, about the sport the younger Robinson hasn't dominated in high school is basketball. He's also a state-champion wrestler and state runner-up thrower in track and field. "Right now, he's got his mind set on playing football for us ... that's what we'll concentrate on," Harzell said of Robinson, who will fill in at linebacker. "He's a great athlete. If he ever decides to wrestle or do track, we'll cross that bridge when it gets here."
  • 5/15/2014
  • Album ID: 1802023
  • Photos by John Smierciak

Lake Central basketball ball cards

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  • 2014 Lake Central varsity basketball IHSA state runner-up ball cards.
  • 4/16/2014
  • Album ID: 1789325
  • Photos by Jonathan Miano


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  • ST. JOHN | Sam Bell didn't want to give the ball up. Munster baseball coach Bob Shinkan didn't have too many words to say to Bell when he went to the mound with the bases loaded and one out as the Mustangs clung to a 7-4 lead in the fifth inning of Tuesday's game against Lake Central. "He wasn't saying much," Bell said. "'Do whatever you can, buckle down.' He's real superstitious. 'You got it?' he said. 'I know you're tired, but it's OK.'" Bell struck out the next two batters, both pinch hitters meant to ruffle the senior righty as The Times' No. 3 Mustangs topped No. 5 Lake Central 8-4 in the showdown. "(Shinkan) always gives me a chance," Bell said. "I'm at a loss for words right now, this is a great feeling. This is the first time I've beaten Lake Central on varsity. We beat them in football this year and now we beat them in baseball. Hopefully we can keep the streak going in sectionals." Bell struck out six in five innings and his offense spotted him a 6-0 lead after the first. "Sam Bell did an extraordinary job on the mound," Shinkan said. "I know he's a senior and he's one of our main guys. I told him this is a situation he might be put in if he's ever made a closer and to do your best. He wanted to stay out there, that's the kind of kid he is."
  • 4/8/2014
  • Album ID: 1786227
  • Photos by John Smierciak

Andrean/Portage Softball

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  • 4/1/2014
  • Album ID: 1783728
  • Photos by John J. Watkins

Class 4A Michigan City Boys Basketball Regional final - Lake Central vs. Penn

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  • Lake Central's 57-55 win over Penn in the Class 4A Michigan City Boys Basketball Regional final.
  • 3/15/2014
  • Album ID: 1777952
  • Photos by Jonathan Miano


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  • HAMMOND | Bowman Academy has speed, athleticism and quickness that can't be duplicated. Just ask Gary Hayes. The Griffith coach thought his team was prepared to play the Eagles in Friday's sectional semifinals. Then the Panthers turned the ball over 26 times in the first half and went 6 of 14 from the free-throw line. Bowman, who used 12 players with 11 of them scoring, will face Lew Wallace for the Class 3A Clark Sectional title at 7 p.m. today at the Hammond Civic Center. The Eagles beat Griffith 80-44 and Wallace topped Gavit 66-58.
  • 3/7/2014
  • Album ID: 1775265
  • Photos by John Smierciak

Laporte vs Chesterton, Boys Basketball Sectional Semifinal

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  • Laporte vs Chesterton, Boys Basketball Sectional Semifinal
  • 3/7/2014
  • Album ID: 1775249
  • Photos by John Luke
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