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Throughout the month I've spent working on-and-off writing this column, I've been thinking a lot about something I saw on the internet.

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Since 1994, as far back as the website of the incomparable John Harrell keeps this stat, football teams coached by Russ Radtke have won at least 11 games in a season on seven occasions.

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Some time between the end of the school year and now, Katie and Brad Collignon began their second season as the athletic director and assistant at Marquette.

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The last time Marquette athletic director/girls basketball coach Katie Collignon and I had discussed her team, it was while sitting at the bar of Shoreline Brewery in Michigan City.

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When I learned Donovan Garletts was stepping down as the boys basketball coach at Marquette, I was driving back to Northwest Indiana on Friday morning after a couple of days in Indianapolis.

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I've been covering sports professionally since I was a junior in college, and have covered high school athletics in six of the past eight years.

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I’ve mentioned here before that I played high school baseball.

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Two months ago, I approached Michigan City athletic director Craig Shaman with some questions about what goes into hosting a girls-boys varsity doubleheader.

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Enough with the ties, already.

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Take a look at what the Wolves did well, what needs to be improved, and what Friday's 28-14 loss to Northridge indicates about the rest of the season.

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In my mind, there is no doubt that Aryuan “Buck” Cain-Veasey and Markice Hurt are the best running combination in the Duneland Conference.

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It can be hard for a sports writer to evaluate a football scrimmage.

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MICHIGAN CITY — When you think of tough sports, you may think of football, of boxing, of (real) wrestling, or of hockey.

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Steve and Aaron love to debate in The News-Dispatch office. Sports, food, current events, movies, TV shows, etc. The other day, they went back and forth about the best of the best in sports cinema. A few months back, Aaron served up some lesser-known sports film gems in a column, this time t…

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You've probably never heard of him, but our newspaper wouldn't have functioned these last 21 months without him.

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It's nice to know Pennsylvania is not alone in its basketball inferiority to Indiana.

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Once again, rules have been implemented to favor offense.

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So you want to be a sports writer.

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Last week, the Indiana High School Athletic Association announced the new sectional alignments for the next two years in all sports with classes (football, basketball, baseball, softball, volleyball and soccer). And there were some glaring changes that greatly affect our local schools. They …

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I want you to block out all distractions while I describe one of the most exciting high school sports in our area.

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