MICHIGAN CITY — Whether he’s on the pitcher’s mound or the tennis court, there’s an unflappable, poker face demeanor that defines Ryan Cuma.
The last remnant of Brad Collignon’s once budding tennis career is the racket his parents bought him for what he recalls was his 12th birthday.
LA PORTE – When Jaiden Winters went to her lesson with Mat Blair last week, the New Prairie senior didn’t need a mechanical tune-up.
MICHIGAN CITY – Talent is rarely in short supply at Michigan City, where the backfield features Division I prospects in running back Jaden Hart and quarterback Tyler Bush.
MICHIGAN CITY – As Roy Richards went through his list of top players, the Michigan City defensive coordinator struggled a time or two putting together first names and last names.
La PORTE – When Bob James was making offensive line assignments in the spring, Braylyn Schultz, his one returning starter, knew where to go.
MICHIGAN CITY – Growing up in Michigan City Pop Warner football, Tristan Sherwood was usually one of the bigger players on his team.
La PORTE — Not one to mince words nor blow smoke, TR Harlan was straight up with his La Porte volleyball team on where the bar is set.
MICHIGAN CITY — As Jud Tolmen walked up to the Municipal North Course for Monday’s La Porte County Invitational, his South Central girls golf shirt caught someone’s attention.
MICHIGAN CITY — Monday marked the start of the high school girls golf season with the La Porte County Invitational.
MICHIGAN CITY -- A regular at Municipal Golf Course, Joe Peters isn't a regular for the annual Michigan City Tournament.
MICHIGAN CITY — Golfers typically have great memories, a knack for recollecting pivotal shots, good or bad, from past rounds.
Prep Football Report, a popular staple of high school football coverage in the Region since 1989, has been eliminated as Lakeshore Public Media adjusts its game plan for the 2022 season.
Growing up in a law enforcement family, Justin Reeder had an innocent, child-like view of police officers.
When Haley Robinson and Emma Fleck first shared a volleyball court back in middle school, the New Prairie pair didn’t have a whole lot in common.
WHITING – As the Region’s first athletic scholarship football program, Calumet College of St. Joseph will strongly embrace that identity as it builds its sprint football team.
The opening weekend of the Michigan City City Golf Tournament was rained out, reducing the event to two 18-hole rounds, which will be played next weekend. Pairings will remain the same.
WHITING — Andrean was on its way to Eastside for the Class 2A semistate when Jay Novak had to pull off at a rest stop to field a phone call.
MICHGAN CITY — A field of 120 golfers will comprise the field for the 92nd renewal of Michigan City’s city tournament beginning this weekend at the Municipal South Course.
MICHIGAN CITY — As New Prairie headed out of Ames Field after Tuesday’s scrimmage, Cougars assistant coach Bill Gumm fired a few playful barbs at quarterback Marshall Kmiecik about his developing beard.
MICHIGAN CITY — Graduating two All-Star receivers would be cause for concern at most schools, but athletes are never in short supply at Michigan City, where the Wolves just might be able to move on from Gio Laurent and Trey Simmons without missing a beat.
Having only seen his new team in an open gym setting so far this summer, TR Harlan was anxious to get a better look at his La Porte squad in a competitive setting at the Western Michigan team camp last weekend.
INDIANAPOLIS – As Ben Fronk took the gear off for the last time, there was a tinge of sentiment that came with the finality of the moment after Friday’s North-South All-Star Classic at Ben Davis High School.