Erica Wheeler has risen from the mean streets to become one of the city’s most inspirational professional athletes.
MIKE LOPRESTI: For Carmel High School, sports dynasty hits milestone
Last week, the Carmel boys golf team rolled to another championship by 17 strokes. It was the seventh state title of the school year for the giant school from the suburban beehive, whose population is now past 90,000.Read More
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This must be said about the NFL. It can market anything—even hot August days in the sun, watching guys hitting tackling dummies. Ah, the steamy pleasures of training camp. You can sit in a beer garden at the Rams’ facility in Irvine, get a look at six Super Bowl trophies at the Patriots’ place in […]
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The Hall of Fame Cincinnati Reds announcer, about to hang it up after 46 seasons, reflects on how it all started.
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His team lost what many call Indiana’s best state championship game ever.
They’re not from the city, but the time they spent here made them household names.
Fifty years after his signature win, Speedway legend dismisses idea of a family curse.
Indiana, Indiana State and Ball State are putting up impressive numbers as tournament time nears.
At least one basketball lifer employed by the Blue and Gold has been caught up in this year’s dramatic Stanley Cup playoffs.
What else for the team owned by the guy who just bought John Lennon’s piano?
What will we call the fieldhouse after the Bankers Life moniker disappears this summer?
A pitcher named Rookie, an economics whiz and a minister/coach are among the interesting group you’ll find at Victory Field this year.
Former Lawrence Central star used a historic loss as motivation in Virginia’s championship run.
The easiest problem to fix? Bring the high school tournament back to Hinkle Fieldhouse.
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Ray Looze made Indiana a powerhouse again. Even Marge Counsilman would approve.
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