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Saturday, May 27, 2017
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The race that wasn't

Cloudy skies and another massive crowd are expected on Sunday as the Indianapolis 500 is run for the 101st time in central Indiana.†

In the past

When asked about his experiences at the Indianapolis 500, Jay Howard's mood goes glum rather quickly.

Five things to watch

The green flag will drop on the 101st Indianapolis 500 a little after noon on Sunday, with 33 drivers set to compete for the honor of...

Davison answers call

James Davison was watching Indianapolis 500 qualifying via web stream from Wisconsin last Saturday when Sebastien Bourdais hurdled into...

Numbers on Leo's side

While they posed for team photos after winning the Class 4A sectional title, Leo High School's girls softball players held up one...

Sports

Softball sectional championship roundup: Parker's walk-off double leads Homestead

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Homestead pitcher Madisen Parker hit a walk-off double to give the Spartans their third straight Class 4A sectional title and set up a big-time regional showdown.

Chargers pull off miracle comeback for state tennis berth

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The No. 10-ranked Carroll girls tennis team pulled off a miracle Saturday morning to earn a trip to Friday's state quarterfinals.

TinCaps rained out in South Bend

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Friday night’s game between the Fort Wayne TinCaps and the South Bend Cubs in South Bend was postponed because of rain. The game has been rescheduled as part of a doubleheader Saturday.

Past Indy 500s are in the past for Jay Howard

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When asked about his experiences at the Indianapolis 500, Jay Howard's mood goes glum rather quickly.