Holiday races at Indy will be without fans
ATLANTA — Mike Storen, a former ABA commissioner and multisport marketing whiz and the father of ESPN broadcaster Hannah Storm, died Thursday. The Michigan City native was 84.
ROLLING PRAIRIE — It’s not easy leaving a high school football program like Valparaiso, but when your next stop is another stellar program, it makes it easier.
La PORTE — The next time the La Porte girls basketball team gets together, they will have a new coach leading the way, one who wants to continue the success of the last few years with a few new twists of her own.
One of the stars of the Michigan City High School volleyball team has signed a letter of intent to continue her academic and playing career. While Aaliyah Jones didn't have the traditional signing day event at the high school, she did sign last week to play volleyball and study civil enginee…
Her resume' includes 10 years of collegiate coaching, yet something about taking over a struggling high school program that hadn't won more than nine games since 2004 appealed to Aimee Litka.
La Lumiere was able to check one box in earning a bid to the GEICO Nationals, but the chance to check the other box is out of its hands.
It’s tough enough when the 21st out is recorded, the final putt is picked up out of the 18th hole, match point is completed and the last race has been run.
MICHIGAN CITY — The News-Dispatch sports editor Jim Peters is one of three Indiana sportswriters to be honored with a 2020 “Sweet” award by state basketball coaches.
As the COVID-19 outbreak and quarantine start to overlap with the spring sports schedule, coaches and athletes are exploring avenues to simulate competition — not contesting the games, meets or matches per se; but disrupting the monotony and filling the void of inactivity.
Some Bears fans wanted Cam Newton. Others wanted Teddy Bridgewater. Heck, even some hoped for Tom Brady or Jameis Winston.
Then-junior Purdue walk-on Tommy Luce walked into the team meeting room just before a summer basketball workout in late-August 2018.
As if replacing legendary football coach Russ Radtke after his departure from New Prairie to Portage wasn't hard enough for athletic director Ben Bachmann, he now has the logistical issues that come with hiring three additional coaches amid the COVID-19 outbreak that has closed schools acros…
With the completion of four online classes this spring, Ryan Fazekas will earn his degree in business administration from Valparaiso University.
Amid the turbulent times of life during the corona virus outbreak, Paul Neidig will ascend to the lead chair of the Indiana High School Athletic Association.
Coaches and athletes are hanging on to a thread of hope that there will be a spring sports season of some kind, and the Indiana High School Athletic Association left that window cracked Thursday in announcing a pair of adjustments to its practice requirements.
Following today’s directive by Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb that all Indiana schools will be closed until May 1, the Indiana High School Athletic Association announces that this year’s IHSAA boys basketball state tournament is officially cancelled.
Westville's Jason Hannon is one of 71 Indiana high school seniors -- 39 boys and 32 girls -- who have been chosen as first-team Academic All-State by the Indiana Basketball Coaches Association.
Creighton sophomore forward Jacob Epperson vividly remembers his first time driving to La Lumiere School.
Note: The News Dispatch and Herald Argus sports staff is asking coaches, athletes and anyone else in athletics who is impacted by the corona virus restrictions. You can share first-person reactions with Jim Peters or Jack Parodi as direct messages on their Twitter accounts or reach out to us…
Amid the corona virus chaos of the week, doing e-learning from home and having the restaurant where he works closing, Nate Ware received a message from his mom Monday to call this number.