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  • Chesterton's Jordan Peterson sets all-time strikeout mark at St. Joe's

    Chesterton's Jordan Peterson sets all-time strikeout mark at St. Joe's
    When they passed out good luck charms at St. Joseph's, Jordan Peterson must have been absent that day. The Chesterton grad carries a 3.02 ERA and recently became the program's all-time strikeout king, but only has a 3-5 record to show for it. Some...
  • Senate backs scaled-back Indianapolis soccer stadium plan

    Leaders of the Indy Eleven soccer team say they're pleased with a plan advancing in the state Legislature for a $20 million renovation of their home field at the IUPUI track stadium. The state Senate voted 46-3 Thursday in favor of the project that would...
  • Boy sells Pacers tickets to help birth mother in Guatemala

    Noah Geppert has a pretty simple view of the world: Those who've been blessed should share with those less fortunate. Those aren't his words exactly; he's only 7. But he lives it. Noah is a second-grader at St. Matthew Catholic School in Indianapolis....
  • Valparaiso softball swept by IUPUI

    IUPUI slugged seven home runs en route to a 6-4, 11-3 softball sweep of visiting Valparaiso University on Wednesday. Kaitlyn Ranieri hit a two-run homer in the opener for VU (8-19). She and Stephanie Moreno had two hits each in Game 1, and Moreno and...
  • Science fair attracts hundreds

    Science fair attracts hundreds
    Lake County elementary through high school students earned honors over the weekend at the 60h Annual Calumet Regional Science Fair, hosted by Indiana University Northwest. Winners will go on to represent the their school in the Hoosier Science and...
  • Crown Point grad Jason Tsirtsis repeats as Big Ten champ

    Defending national champion Jason Tsirtsis graded himself incomplete after repeating as Big Ten champion in the 149-pound class. The Crown Point grad reversed an earlier 3-2 defeat by beating Iowa's Brad Sorenson 2-1 on riding time in the Big Ten meet...
  • GLASA athletes eager to learn from Paralympians

    GLASA athletes eager to learn from Paralympians
    Stretching across the top of the organization's letterhead, in capital letters, is the program motto: Let no one sit on the sidelines. For the Great Lakes Adaptive Sports Association in Lake Forest, those aren't just seven words to live by. They're...
  • Wilson Beckman, Joseph Gardner put Munster in sweet spot

    INDIANAPOLIS — Munster coach Matt Pavlovich wished he had a swimmer in each event of the IHSAA state finals. But Pavlovich had no complaints with the ones he did have competing during Friday's preliminaries at the IU Natatorium on the campus of...
  • Chesterton's Aaron Whitaker sets records at Michigan

    Fifth-ranked Michigan tuned up for the impending Big Ten men's swimming championships by setting six pool records at East Lansing to dunk Michigan State for the 34th consecutive year. Freshman Aaron Whitaker (Chesterton) led off record-setting teams in...
  • Lake Central's Josh Barajas learns to ride waves in pool

    The success of Josh Barajas may make it seem as if he were born in the pool, but there was a time when the Lake Central senior didn't know if the sport was for him. In fact, Barajas didn't enjoy swimming when he first started doing so competitively at...
  • Hobart graduate Matt Brown heating up for Manchester

    Balance is the operative word for Manchester, but it starts and finishes with Hobart's Matt Brown. Hotter than high noon in Death Valley, the junior forward recently hit double figures for the eighth straight game with 29 points against Earlham. It was...