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NEW CARLISLE — An assistant football coach from Iowa visiting New Prairie back in the spring caught sight of Hunter Whitenack -- not that he's easy to miss -- and quickly asked Cougars associate head coach Bill Gumm what year he was.

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MICHIGAN CITY — The last name is already well-known in racing circles, now Christian Daly is striving to carve out his own niche on another surface.

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MICHIGAN CITY — A random meeting two years ago on the Rhine River led to Lori and David Rhem's first visit to Michigan City and the Great Lakes Grand Prix on Saturday.

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MICHIGAN CITY — There are plenty of stories on the shoreline and in the water at boat races of drivers who grew up around the sport, working their way up the ranks.

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Despite having an affinity for Indiana high school baseball, college baseball has always brought Doug Schreiber the most joy.

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MICHIGAN CITY — There is strength in numbers, and in unity, there is strength.

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La PORTE — One of the oldest events of its kind in Indiana is taking place this weekend in La Porte.

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MICHIGAN CITY — As a Brick, New Jersey kid, Scotty Begovich began going to the Benihana Offshore Grand Prix when he was 6 or 7.

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The world’s leading P1 AquaX riders arrive in Northwest Indiana this week with one eye on the waters of Lake Michigan and the other on the beautiful, crystal clear seas of the Bahamas as they continue the race to qualify for the World Championship in November.

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La PORTE — Athletics director, teacher, coach, bus driver.

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With the trade deadline today, the Chicago Cubs' road woes apparent, and two other teams fighting them for the division, the pressure has ratcheted up on manager Joe Maddon. 

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The La Porte Turbos navigated uncharted waters in the recent Age Group State 14 & Under championships at the IU Natatorium in Indianapolis, garnering what coach Brahim Hakim believes to be the first two state titles in the program's history.

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NEW CARLISLE — As local Wiffle Ball goes, the New Carlisle Newts and Granger Panthers is on par with the Cubs-Cardinals and Yankees-Red Sox.

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Editor’s Note: Justin Meyer, co-founder and Editor-In-Chief of Nothing But Nylon, caught up with Michigan City native Jarrod Jones at The Basketball Tournament recently, then wrote a piece about his professional career after playing at Ball State, and the charity event, The LTG Block Party, …

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La PORTE — A self-described "JV superstar" at La Porte, Eric Wozniak didn't really take to running until after high school.

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The Michigan City-Marquette Catholic boys basketball series is back on again at long last, and while we missed out on what would have been some high-quality games between the cross-town schools in a decade's time, you'll have to bring a compelling argument to convince me this isn't a good fi…

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The field is set, the paint is being applied to the diamonds and all systems are go for the 15th renewal of The Wiffle Ball Championships this weekend in New Carlisle.

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La PORTE — ‘Wouldn’t it be great, awesome to turn on the TV and see a La Porte team playing in the Little League World Series?’ ‘What more of a selling point could you have than at some point to see a team from La Porte on TV at the Little League World Series in Williamsport, Pennsylvania?’ …

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At the beginning of the summer, one of the primary missions for La Porte Post 83 Hamon Gray was to qualify for the state tournament.

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Westville boys basketball coach Drew Eubank was officially named the new athletic director on Wednesday night, replacing former girls basketball coach and athletic director Josh Goeringer in the role.

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The old adage says, 'Familiarity breeds success.'

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MICHIGAN CITY — As IU baseball players came off the major league draft board in unprecedented numbers for the program last month, Logan Kaletha couldn’t help but wonder if his fortunes had turned out more favorably.

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INDIANAPOLIS — Injuries late in the week left the North All-Stars depleted on the defensive line for Friday's 53rd annual game with the South at North Central High School.

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After countless years patrolling tennis courts, watching multitudes of high school and college players, including his own three daughters, Bob Modesto is taking his extensive expertise to another level.

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Purdue University Northwest was accepted as a full member of NCAA Division II, as determined by the NCAA Division II Membership Committee.

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