We have prep baseball and softball to talk about on today's sports plus we'll talk about how one Gary West Side soon to be grad made his college decision for next season while another awaits the WNBA draft. All of the above coming up right here.
Crown Point and Munster played a pretty good softball game that was decided be a dominant pitching performance for one of the teams. We'll tell you who stepped up in what turned out to be a one run difference between the two teams and we'll talk about double header baseball at US Steel Yard this evening coming up on today's sports.
The prep baseball coaches poll is out and we will tell you which region teams made the state wide honor roll. We also got a couple of five-star pitching performances, one in baseball and one in softball. We'll talk about that and give you other area scores (thank you NWI Times) on today's sports.
If you had a prep baseball or softball game yesterday, than boy did you have good weather to play in. Outside of the weather, we had some pretty good performances including a Laporte pitcher who had a huge day against Valparaiso, and after having to take last year off because of covid, US Steel Yard jumps back into the baseball business starting Friday. All of this and more coming up on today's sports.
The ball is tipped...and there you are.....for Monday night indeed Baylor men's college hoops coach Scott Drew was his sports shooting star after taking a scandal-ridden Baylor team (before he took over the coaching reigns) to the NCAA men's basketball championship last night. You will hear from the Valparaiso native talking abourt his one shining moment plus we'll talk about a perfect game pitched in girl's softball (thank you NWI Times) and a first career win for an area baseball coach on today's sports
The prep basketball season is over with Kouts coming up short in winning a state title. We will talk about a season that Mustang fans should still be proud of and a region born coach who could win a national college basketball title tonight on today's sports.
There has never been a 30 win boys state basketball champion. That will change if Kouts can beat Barr Reeve in the 1A title game in Indianapolis tomarrow morning. Mustang coach Kevin Duzan says he's gotten a little help from his friends in scouting Barr Reeve. More on that coming up on sports.
How tough an opponent will Barr Reeve be for Kouts in their Class 1A prep basketball boys championship game? Let's just say that Barr Reeve will be a handful. We will talk about Kouts and their attempt to win their first championship in boy's hoops on today's sports.
Lakeshore Game Night's Wayne Svetenoff talks about Kouts chemistry and how that will be a factor in their Class 1A prep basketball matchup with Barr Reeve and Dana Evans' hope for a final four apperance came up short in the women's college basketball playoffs last night. Those are the headlines, details next right here on sports.
You want basketball tournament talk. We got you covered.
One region born A-lister is heading to the final four, will there be another joining him tonight? We'll talk about two guys who contributed to the Kouts basketball team immediately and now has the Mustangs in position to win state for the first time.
Prep baseball and softball have begun and we'll talk about yesterday's action (thank you NWI Times).
All of the above coming your way right here on sports.
You think the town of Kouts is going crazy over their boys basketball team heading down state next weekend? Their coach Kevin Duzan (pictured) will tell you how fired up they are about next Saturday coming up on today's sports.
A coaching change for Laporte's boys basketball team, another honor goes out to one of the Kouts basketball team members, and Joe Arredondo talks about the Kouts' basketball season. Those are the headlines, details are coming up right here on sports.
Now this is more like it. Yesterday we had a technical problem so we didn't have sports on the website which turned out to be bad timing because Kouts had won a trip to the Class 1A boys prep basketball championship game for the first time in school history. Consider this a make up call. Congrats Kouts and head coach Kevin Duzan (pictured). We will begin our coverage on the Mustangs on tommarow's sports.
We have a full weekend of basketball coming up in the state of Indiana. Whether it's Gary West Side and Kouts hoping to punch their tickets to the state finals in prep hoops or Purdue, the Drew Brothers and Dana Evans hoping for their one shining moment in college hoops, it will be a full weekend of roundball in the state of Indiana.
We'll talk about it in more detail on today's sports.
Gary West Side is one of two area teams with a shot at winning a high school basketball state championship and their coach Chris Buggs talks about how the Cougars got to the Lafayette Semi-state coming up on today's sports. Plus, two area born basketball a-listers were honored yesterday. We'll tell you who they are and what they won right here.
Today on sports. we will talk to a man who is celebrating Father's Day early. Former Valparaiso University coach Homer Drew has seen his two sons, Scott and Bryce coach their teams to the NCAA college basketball tournament, and Homer Drew will talk about it right here.
Two of the best prep girls basketball players from around here made the Indiana all star team yesterday. We will talk about that and hear from Valparaiso gymnastics coach Lorie Cook coming up on today's sports.
You know where the five star place to be for basketball will be for the next three weeks? Indiana. There will be prep and college basketball throughout the state this upcoming weekend including the semistate where Gary West Side and Kouts will be a part of and the state championships which both schools hope to have a date for the weekend after. We will go over all that on today's sports, plus we'll talk about another state title won by a region team.
Today on sports we will talk about the six area boys prep basketball teams still hunting for a state championship and their regional first round opponents. We'll also talk to a man who successfully went through the girls basketball elimination process with Crown Point girl's coach Chris Seibert joining us. All of that coming up on sports.
If you are a Gary West Side basketball fan, we will tell you how to get tickets for the boy's regionals this Saturday. That and an exciting win for Notre Dame in their ACC Tounament game with Wake Forest will be discussed on today's sports.
Hammond High and Darrell Reed (pictured) were among the region teams who made the regionals this past weekend. We will talk about all the area team's who are still playing boy's prep basketball after one week of the elimination process and who they're next opponents will be coming up on today's sports.
Gary West Side was a pretty impressive boy's basketball team during the regular season. Imagine how tough they will be now that they added a 6-9 talent off their injury list for the tournament. We'll talk about the Cougars win in their first playoff game coming up and a fantastic outing by Bowman's Koron Davis against Andrean on today's sports.
Last season was like any other previous season for boys basketball. The month of March meant the boys tournament would begin, and that it did, but little did we realize, it would last all of one week, the first victim of corona virus cancellations. No state champions were crowned last year but this season , we are expecting a return to our regularily scheduled March Madness with sectionals opening tonight. We'll talk about that on today's sports.
It was an impressive run wasn't it? It started with some serious second quarter defense, continued on with another outstanding game by Jessica Carrothers, and continued even after the game (congrats Allie Govert on getting nothing but net in the class room), We'll talk more about the Crown Point weekend take over on today's sports.
Today on sports, we take a look at two other major weapons in the Crown Point girl's basketball team's arsenal. Both can score when needed but both (center Lilly Stoddard and guard Alyna Santiago) are just as effective when the other team has the ball. Bulldog coach Chris Seibert talks about both ladies on today's sports,