Thanks to JBH Productions' Jesse Harper and Jack Hines from Hines Plumbing for giving us an exclusive look and showing us a couple of their moves for an inside look at their tetherball team taking region by storm.
The Valparaiso University Mens and Womens basketball teams held a Hoops Mania event to kick off the 2010-2011 season and show the Crusader fans some appreciation.
In October 2010, we gathered some of Valparaiso basketball's legendary athletes, coaches, and historians for a roundtable that also served as a fundraiser for the Valpo Schools foundation. Participants included Virgil Sweet, Homer Drew, Bryce Drew, Joe Otis, and more!
Members of the Muddy Lifer Mudathlon team test out some of the obstacles for Mudathlon-Northwest Indiana
The Life team from Valpo headed out to test out the final obstacle in the Mudathlon's course last week. A steep drop down into a pool of mud is such a great way to end a 3 mile long race. The Mudathlon supports Demand Cures, a charity that raises money to find a cure for cancer.
Over 500 participants swam, ran and biked their way through Rogers-Lakewood Park in the 8th Annual Valparaiso Triathlon. Watch this photo slideshow to see how they did it!
The Valparaiso High School wrestling program, Flanagin's Bulk Mail Service and ValpoLife.com teamed up to raise money for the VHS wrestling program! The winner of the raffle, which was announced in this video, received a trip to Disney World.
The legendary head coach of the Valparaiso Vikings boys basketball team Joe Otis sits down for an exclusive interview.
Check out this video compilation of Valparaiso's Jr. Triathlon held on July 18, 2009
Jim Doane, principal of Valparaiso High School, congratulates the fall student-athletes for their participation and effort in their respective sports in the 2009 season. An air of respect and dignity were given to those who received MVP awards as well in their individual sports.
It's springtime and Valpo is getting fit! The St. Paul Spirit Run was held on May 1, 2010 and many came out and had a ball while running the 5 kilometer (3.1 mile) race.