Like most coaches, Drew Eubank is a creature of habit.
NEW CARLISLE -- Basketball runs deep in the Flagg family, going back to grandpa Mike, who played at Rolling Prairie, followed by his son Jason and daughter-in-law Brandee (Sinka), who both played at New Prairie.
Saturday’s Marquette Catholic game with Michigan City was supposed to mark the first time that the Blazers hosted the Wolves in the on again, off again history of the cross-town match-up.
LACROSSE -- Based on one night's performance, Ben Garwood and Kyle Gorski could be one of the better combinations in the Porter County Conference that doesn't wear a Kouts uniform.
KOUTS -- As the fouls on Kaden Manna mounted, Ray Tarnow kept looking down at his depleted Marquette bench, hoping a viable option would magically appear.
LACROSSE – With only a couple schools in the Porter County Conference who have football teams, there aren’t too many basketball players who look like they’ve ever been in a weight room.
La PORTE – Plenty of points, roughly 80 percent of La Porte’s scoring went out the door of Slicer Gym after last season, ushering in a new look for a new season with a team of new faces and a new style.
La PORTE — The lighted half-court concrete slab at the Ott-Large house has been the site of some competitive basketball over the years.
UNION MILLS -- After South Central's second one-possession loss to a larger-school opponent, Wes Bucher wasn't content with the old college try.
MICHIGAN CITY – Every sports schedule is tentative in today’s COVID-19 world, so even though Michigan City lists Gary West Side as its final home opponent on Jan. 29, Senior Night was celebrated Thursday just to be on the safe side.
It could easily be a glass half empty kind of season for Westville, but new Blackhawks coach Grayce Roach is going to do everything in her power to make her team (and program) of nine see the glass is half full.
Given the circumstances, Craig Shaman is happy to have one of the largest gymnasiums in the state at his disposal.
La PORTE – People sign their names thousands of times over the course of their lifetimes, many for non-descript reasons, others for significant moments.