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Highland vs. Munster baseball

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  • 5/18/2015
  • Album ID: 1939909
  • Photos by Steven Blazevich

Merrillville Soccer Regional Semi Finals

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  • Soccer Semi Finals at the Merrillville Regional between Crown Point vs Chesterton and Munster vs Lake Central
  • 10/20/2014
  • Album ID: 1859681
  • Photos by Danny Shelton

Chesterton vs Munster, Regional Soccer

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  • Chesterton vs Munster, Regional Soccer
  • 10/19/2014
  • Album ID: 1859393
  • Photos by John Luke

Munster Tennis Regional

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  • Semi Finals and Finals of Munster Tennis Sectional
  • 10/14/2014
  • Album ID: 1857358
  • Photos by Danny Shelton


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  • The Family Arts Festival at the Theatre at the Center in Munster, IN.
  • 6/22/2014
  • Album ID: 1816641
  • Photos by John Smierciak


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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


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  • MUNSTER | It’s no secret to fans of Indiana high school swimming that Munster’s tradition of success in sectional competition dates back a long time -- well before any of the Seahorses swimmers were born. Therefore, it’s no surprise the Seahorses will head into Saturday’s Munster Sectional finals the favorite to win their 29th consecutive championship after earning No. 1 seeds in five of 11 events in Thursday’s preliminaries. “We saw some really great swims pretty much throughout,” Munster coach Matt Pavlovich said. “I’m really pleased with the way they swam. We’re set up to have some nice races (Saturday). It’s going to be tough to repeat those times again.”
  • 2/20/2014
  • Album ID: 1769274
  • Photos 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


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  • MUNSTER | Blaire Barnett and her Munster teammates never look past an opponent. However, Wednesday's Munster Sectional opener against Morton gave the Mustangs a chance to fine tune their games as the postseason unfolds. Munster received a dominant performance out of Barnett, a junior setter, in a 25-5, 25-4, 25-13 win over the Governors. "Blaire has an awesome sidespin serve that not a lot of players in the area have," Munster coach Tracy Summers said. "She can mix it up as well, which is nice. When she's on, it's pretty tough to stop." Barnett was certainly tough to stop. She led Munster with seven aces and the Mustangs compiled 21 as a team, catching Morton out of position several times on serves. "I always try hard to mix it up a little," Barnett said. "Tonight, it was fun to be able to try different things. I like serving because it's your own personal thing and you don't have to rely on other people." Morton gave Munster (31-3) a much tougher third set, but the Mustangs limited Morton's attacking overall. Amanda Colvin led the Governors with three kills and five digs, while three other players had two kills. Shannon Farrel had 10 digs and six aces for Munster, while Morgan Switalla led the Mustangs with 17 assists. "Tonight's match, we used to work on some things we need to get better at," Summers said. "I think that we are a really strong team." Munster advances to play Lake Central at 10 a.m. Saturday in one semifinal match. The last time the Mustangs and Indians met on Aug. 27, it was an instant classic, as Munster battled to a five-set win. "Every year it's a nail-biter, a great game to watch," Summers said. "We've been working the whole season for Saturday. I feel a lot of confidence going in. It's coming in with that game face and playing fearless, which has been our motto all year."
  • 10/23/2013
  • Album ID: 1722303
  • Photos by John Smierciak

The Crown Point cross country regionals - boys and girls

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  • The Crown Point cross country regionals at Lemon Lake County Park in Crown Point.
  • 10/19/2013
  • Album ID: 1720576
  • Photos by Jonathan Miano
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