La PORTE – After La Porte’s sectional loss to Mishawaka a few weeks ago, Camrin (Cam) Worthington got a text from his dad Sky.
Prime MD won the 42nd annual Walt Thode Baseball Classic on Saturday with an 8-7 extra-inning win over Daley’s Custom Carpentry.
UNION MILLS – Travel teams have saturated youth baseball, but the rise in opportunities hasn’t seemingly impacted the affordability for kids to play outside of town leagues.
A field of 138 runners and walkers from as far away as Arizona and Florida, participated in the Ninth Annual St. Stan’s Trail Creek 5K on June 5 at Nelson Park.
UNION MILLS – It’s a story Delanie Gale’s heard quite often from her dad, Bub, who’s had a dugout or coaching box view for most of his daughter’s softball career.
Long regarded as a mecca for Indiana high school baseball, La Porte’s Schreiber Field has maintained its status as a Hope diamond among diamonds, even in the era of turf fields, stadium seating and high-tech scoreboards.
With its starting five returning from a 16-win team, Marquette Catholic was poised to make a splash in its return to Class A next season.
DEMOTTE — Playing in threesomes with golfers from Carmel, Westfield and Lake Central, La Porte County’s qualifiers for the Lake Central Regional rubbed elbows with some of the state’s best players Thursday at Sandy Pines.
Michigan City’s Trinity Thompson had three points, two rebounds and a blocked shot in a little less than eight minutes of action Wednesday as the Indiana All-Stars bested the Junior All-Stars 94-69 in an exhibition game at Brownsburg High School.
Forty campers in grades 2-9 attended the 2nd Annual Cougar Golf Camp last week, completing four days of activities, learning the history of the game and the basic skills needed to play.
UNION MILLS – As a 32-year old coach, Eric Speer doesn’t take it as a good sign that his closet is filled with a virtual rainbow of shirts.
The University of Illinois-Chicago may not have had the inside track on recruiting Lia Thomas, but when the Flames coach is also the player’s swing instructor, it certainly didn’t hurt its chances.
Several members of the New Prairie girls golf team, parents and coaches volunteered recently to help the New Carlisle American Legion Post 297 and the Sons of the American Legion place American flags on the grave sites of the fallen veterans from the Revolutionary War to present day wars and…
SOUTH BEND — Growing up in a small town like Union Mills, where everybody knows everybody, and attending South Central is something senior Brady Glisic takes immense pride in.
FRANKFORT — Sooner or later, this semistate thing is going to bounce the right way for Delanie Gale, Tony Wallace and South Central.
There’s a reason Zach Coulter arranged to have a practice under the lights of La Porte’s Schreiber Field from 8-10 p.m. on Wednesday, and it wasn’t for the ambiance.
MICHIGAN CITY – The Indianapolis forecast for Friday is for clear skies, but Michigan City’s sprint contingent are looking to take the boys track state finals by storm.
SOUTH BEND — In a season that saw New Prairie carve 18 wins out of a roster with next to no varsity mileage, the formula for success was pretty simple.
WESTVILLE — When Westville captured its first sectional title back in 2010, Sarah Dineen was the pitcher on a team coached by her dad Mark.
LACROSSE — When South Central coach Zach Coulter calls upon freshman Brad Ferrell to close out a ballgame, he knows just the type of pitcher he’s calling in.
PLYMOUTH – On paper, it sure looked like a mismatch – a 23-6 La Porte club riding a 12-game winning streak against 12-18 Mishawaka,
UNION MILLS — It turns out that the only thing that can stop South Central’s softball sectional title streak is a worldwide pandemic.
Marquette Catholic’s Lee Kellom, pictured with his mother Jonetta Dumore, signed a letter of agreement Thursday to play soccer for Division III Lakeland University in Plymouth, Wisconsin. Kellom began his soccer career at the goal keeper position just two years ago, but made tremendous strid…
Michigan City’s Laymon Fly Jr. won the 200-meter dash in Thursday’s Crown Point Regional, heading a list of six La Porte County athletes who qualified for state with their performances.
WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP – Earlier this spring, Trevor Henckel and fellow Westville senior Carson Miller decided to delve into program history, and what they found wasn’t pretty.