After two tournaments that saw the Calumet College of St. Joseph men's bowling team garner less than ideal results, the squad looked to simplify their game. Fortunately their approach of getting back down to fundamentals worked, as the Crimson Wave earned a second place finish at the Columbia 300 Western Shootout this past weekend in the Indiana state capital.
The best sports teams demonstrate more than just technical skills: the best teams demonstrate sportsmanship, leadership, determination, and good attitudes in addition to athleticism. The Michigan City High School Volleyball team checks off all of these on the list. As evidenced by their past weekend at the Regional Finals, all these qualities propel them to success.
The Purdue University Northwest women’s golf concluded their fall season as the Pride competed at the Davenport Panther Fall Invitational. The team shot a 729 for the two-day event which landed them in third place.
The first one is always the most memorable. One day after celebrating his birthday, coach Mis Mrak was given a big present by his Calumet College of St. Joseph men's soccer team. Thanks to a shutout of the visiting Trojans of Trinity International, Mrak finally has his first win while helming a CCSJ team.
Fall is a busy time for high school sports, and the Ideas in Motion Media team are out covering the action throughout the Region. Soccer may not get as much attention as football or basketball, but it’s full of kids playing their hearts out and striving for just as much perfection.
The Gary SouthShore RailCats traded infielder Garrett Copeland to the Milwaukee Milkmen on Friday for a player to be named later or cash, acquired outfielder John Price Jr. from the Florence Freedom of the Frontier League to complete the Chuck Weaver trade from May 30 and acquired right-handed pitcher Steve Pastora from the Wichita Wingnuts to complete the Tyler Sullivan trade from July 27, 2017.
The Calumet College of St. Joseph women's volleyball team welcomed Moody Bible Institute to the Rittenmeyer Center once again this season, which would serve as the last game to lock things down before the CCAC Crossover this weekend. While there were bumps in the road, the Crimson Wave were still able to walk away with their third win of the season on Wednesday evening.
For the past two years, Indiana Elite FC player Evan Hudak, 9, been selected from an FC Barcelona Escola summer camp to go abroad. He was one of 12 players selected out of 33 US camps to represent Team USA against Japan, Dominican Republic, Barcelona, and Columbia.