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Crown Point v. Michigan City Football

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  • Crown Point v. Michigan City football at Michigan City
  • 10/18/2013
  • Album ID: 1723253
  • Photos by Jeff Nicholls


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  • MUNSTER | Talk about your pressure situation. With Crown Point and Munster tied 2-2 and the right to advance to the Munster Regional championship on the line, it all came down to Munster's Arlo Detmer and Patrick Toth, who were facing off against Crown Point's Dominic Peretin and Carson Hoogeworf in No. 1 doubles. Already down one set after a 7-5 loss, the Munster duo rebounded to post 6-4, 6-1 wins over their opponents and give Munster the 3-2 win over the Bulldogs. Munster will face Merrillville, 3-2 winners over Morton, in today's championship. Detmer and Toth faced a 3-2 deficit in the second set, but fired back as the pressure grew thick. "We knew we had the talent to win that set," Detmer said of the second set. "Three to two, that's close. We just hung in there and started playing better." "We did it for the team, we did it for coach (Steve Lopez)," Toth said. "He came back for us. We can't let him down, getting so close and collapsing before the finish line." Detmer and Toth were well aware of the circumstances at hand. With the support of a large Munster crowd, Detmer used it as fuel for the fire. "In that third set, with that kind of fan support, I knew we were going to win it 6-1," Detmer said. "It gets me so pumped up. I love it. Some players will crumble (under pressure). We certainly did not." One striking difference between this match and Crown Point's 4-1 win on Sept. 30 was that the Mustangs (16-4) didn't lose confidence.
  • 10/8/2013
  • Album ID: 1715714
  • Photos by John Smierciak

LaPorte at Crown Point

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  • 10/4/2013
  • Album ID: 1714023
  • Photos by Kyle Telechan


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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

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

Crown Point v. Lake Central volleyball

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  • Crown Point v. Lake Central volleyball at Crown Point High School.
  • 9/3/2013
  • Album ID: 1701806
  • Photos by Jeff Nicholls


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  • CROWN POINT | A high school football team without a good quarterback is like a country with a good president. Please enter your own punchline here. It's like a Beatle without the bangs. Two of the region's best teams – Andrean and Crown Point – faced each other on Friday night in the Hub in the dying spectacle of high school scrimmages. Hey folks, how about a 10th game? Prep teams have about 100 scrimmages in the summer. Why one more? Might as well make this one count. Two of the region's top quarterbacks – Andrean's Matt DeSomer and Crown Point's Jake Jatis – took the field after a crazy, up-and-down summer where both of their futures clouded up a bit. DeSomer spent most of the summer trying to get a baseball scholarship. It hasn't happened yet. And Jatis is recovering from an injury suffered in a scrimmage against Indianapolis Ben Davis. I'm a huge fan of social media. Been told by many that this is the future and it's bigger than Elvis on steroids. (May “The King” rest in peace if he's not at a Dairy Queen in Grand Rapids.) But there are some serious issues with the future.
  • 8/16/2013
  • Album ID: 1692875
  • Photos by John Smierciak

The Crown Point Invitational at Youche Country Club

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  • The Crown Point Invitational girls golf tournament at Youche Country Club.
  • 8/14/2013
  • Album ID: 1691807
  • Photos by Jonathan Miano

Boys Lafayette Jefferson Regional Golf Meet

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  • Boys Lafayette Jefferson Regional Golf Meet
  • 6/7/2013
  • Album ID: 1666086
  • Photos by John Luke

Portage vs Crown Point, Softball

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  • Portage vs Crown Point, Softball Sectional Semifinals
  • 5/24/2013
  • Album ID: 1659587
  • Photos by John Luke
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