NEW CARLISLE -- There's a healthy sibling rivalry between brothers and fellow La Porte pitchers Caleb and Jack McGuire.
NEW CARLISLE -- A base hit away from a tie game in the sixth inning Friday, New Prairie somehow found itself staring at a 10-run deficit a half inning later.
Late in Tuesday’s 9-1 win over Frontier, LaCrosse misplayed a popup that under normal circumstances, would have upset coach Eric Snyder.
La PORTE – The word ‘ace’ never came up, but with 24 strikeouts and two runs allowed in 11 2/3 innings in his first two starts, Cam Worthington has established himself as the undisputed lead dog on La Porte’s pitching staff.
MICHIGAN CITY – Gleaning a bright spot from a 10-0 loss to Hobart wasn’t easy, but some resiliency on the part of sophomore pitcher Lexi Orman helped Michigan City coach Sara Krachinski crack a momentary smile Monday.
Just a week after the completion of an Indiana University season that saw the Hoosiers reach their first Elite Eight in program history, 6-foot-5 Hoosiers sophomore center and Michigan City graduate Hannah Noveroske has entered the transfer portal.
La PORTE – The only good thing about La Porte’s 11-4 loss to Hobart on Friday at Schreiber Field was, and Scott Upp had to think about it for a minute, that there wasn’t going to be a long time for the Slicers coach to stew on performance.
HOBART – In softball and baseball vernacular, it’s called getting back on the horse, the opportunity to return to the field soon after a disappointing performance.
The Indiana High School Athletic Association Executive Committee has approved retaining the member school enrollment figures from the current classification cycle, thus delaying realignment and reclassification for one year.
MERRILLVILLE – Down a run with two outs and the bases loaded in the seventh inning, Michigan City had its cleanup hitter at the plate.
MICHIGAN CITY – As a football, basketball, baseball and academic standout at Chesterton High School, Casey Martin learned at a young age how to maximize the use of his time.
As someone who’s used to success, both as a player and a college assistant, Kyle Benge found himself dealing with a different reality in his high school coaching debut.
Key returning players: Katelyn Halfacre, Sr., OF; Avianna Garner, Sr., OF; Makenzee Mallon, Sr., 2B; Sativa Santana, Sr., 1B; Micah Ruhe, Sr., C; Mary Pat Kelley, Sr., OF.