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Bishop Noll plays Griffith, Boys Basketball

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  • Bishop Noll plays Griffith, Boys Basketball
  • 2/18/2014
  • Album ID: 1768101
  • Photos by John Luke

MUNSTER VS CHESTERTON BOYS BASKETBALL BY JOHN SMIERCIAK

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  • MUNSTER | Mike Hackett doesn't buy all that talk about a "good loss" to get teams back on track. In fact, it makes him cringe. "Me, personally, I don't like to lose," the Munster coach said. "Every coach, after you lose, hopes the team learns from it and gets better. "But I believe you can win games and still learn lessons." Hackett came into Tuesday's game with Chesterton having the same approach he's had in 14 seasons and a 267-61 record: Execute, work the ball, defend and don't beat yourself. Saturday's loss at Valparaiso, which snapped Munster's 11-game win streak, had more to do with the Vikings playing great ball. "The last decade, we seem to get everybody's best game," Hackett said before his team's nervous 65-59 win.
  • 2/18/2014
  • Album ID: 1768098
  • Photos by John Smierciak

Merrillville Wrestling Semistate

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  • 2/15/2014
  • Album ID: 1767039
  • Photos by John J. Watkins

LaPorte vs Crown Point, Girls Basketball Sectional

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  • LaPorte vs Crown Point, Girls Basketball Sectional
  • 2/14/2014
  • Album ID: 1766782
  • Photos by John Luke

Merrillville vs Chesterton, Hobart Girls Basketball Sectional

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  • Merrillville vs Chesterton, Hobart Girls Basketball Sectional
  • 2/14/2014
  • Album ID: 1766777
  • Photos by John Luke

Crown Point vs Valparaiso, Boys Basketball

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  • Crown Point vs Valparaiso, Boys Basketball
  • 2/13/2014
  • Album ID: 1766378
  • Photos by John Luke

Andrean at Griffith boys basketball

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  • 1/31/2014
  • Album ID: 1761342
  • Photos by John J. Watkins

BISHOP NOLL VS RIVER FOREST GIRLS BASKETBALL BY JOHN SMIERCIAK

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  • CALUMET TWP. | It may not have been how Bishop Noll envisioned the win coming before the game Saturday, but the Times No. 5 Warriors still cruised to a 61-32 win over River Forest for the Greater South Shore Conference tournament title. "Early on, a couple calls didn't go in our favor," said coach Vanita Gary, whose team defended its crown. "It kind of sucked some of the energy out of the game." Naomi House and Elena Sobilo each missed much of the first half with foul trouble. House tallied her second foul barely two minutes into the game. River Forest slowed the bleeding in the second quarter but Noll still lead 30-14 at the break. House notched her fourth foul at the 5:35 mark of the third and went back to the bench. "It changes our rhythm a bit (to have House and Sobilo out of the regular rotation)," Gary said. "Early foul calls can make you play a little more timid, a little less aggressive." "Aggressive ball is our style. Anything other than that, it's an adjustment."
  • 1/25/2014
  • Album ID: 1759046
  • Photos by John Smierciak

BISHOP NOLL VS LAKE STATION BOYS BASKETBALL BY JOHN SMIERCIAK

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  • CALUMET TWP. | Tyreon Gates wasnít on Bishop Nollís basketball team his freshman year, so he missed a chance to cut down a piece of the net after Noll won the Greater South Shore Conference that season. Saturday at Calumet, the Noll senior made sure he tickled the net multiple times before taking his latest souvenir piece down. Gates broke open a tight game with a pair of late 3-pointers in the final minutes and led Bishop Noll with 19 points as the Warriors captured their fourth consecutive GSSC tournament title with a 64-48 win over Lake Station.
  • 1/25/2014
  • Album ID: 1759047
  • Photos by John Smierciak

ANDREAN VS HANOVER CENTRAL BASKETBALL BY JOHN SMIERCIAK

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  • CEDAR LAKE | School is still a few days away from being back in session, but two young teams with a cadre of inexperienced players learned plenty of lessons Friday night. And in a game that featured a grand total of three seniors between the two rosters, a sophomore from Andrean made sure the 59ers started the new calendar year without a slip-up. Just as Hanover Central closed to within one possession of the lead, Andrean woke up behind sophomore Colin Flowers and went on to win 62-43. It was Andreanís fourth consecutive victory
  • 1/3/2014
  • Album ID: 1750469
  • Photos by John Smierciak
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