La PORTE — Even though Ashton Jackson's only a freshman, La Porte wrestling coach Louie Kuzdas has high aspirations for his talented ninth-grader this season.
MICHIGAN CITY — In the midst of his senior year at Michigan City in 2014, Luke Daurer drove two hours north up the coast of Lake Michigan to Grand Rapids, Mich. for a basketball showcase.
MICHIGAN CITY — Despite playing professional basketball in Europe from 2011 to 2018, among a few stints in the NBA’s Developmental League, Michigan City alum William Walker couldn’t stand watching the sport.
MICHIGAN CITY — For Will Walker, Sunday's high school alumni basketball tournament between Michigan City, La Porte, Westville and Chesterton —won by the Slicers over the Wolves — was a solid first step to bigger things.
NEW CARLISLE — Female wrestling is still in its infancy stages in the state of Indiana, but the success of local women Sarah Hildebrandt (Penn) and Kayla Miracle (Culver Academy) on the national and international stage shows young girls that the sport isn't just a guy's thing anymore.
GRAMBLING, La. — Marian University senior running back Charles Salary (La Porte) has been named the 2019 NAIA National Player of the Year, as announced Thursday evening at the NAIA Championship banquet.
Sitting down in Rensselaer his freshman year, not knowing where his academic and athletic career were headed, Nate Warnock probably never envisioned finishing college football in a bowl game.
WESTVILLE — Whenever Westville sophomore guard Grace Weston makes a free throw, the Blackhawks' cheerleaders clap twice and chant, "Woo, Grace!" Her sister, senior forward Sarah Weston, chants right along with them.