Munster junior Drew Hackett was named the Indiana Basketball Coaches Association/Subway District 1 Player of the Week for Jan. 27-Feb. 1.
The 6-1 guard posted 28 points, four rebounds and three assists to power Munster (12-3) to a 79-59 triumph over Lowell in a battle for the Northwest Crossroads Conference lead. The Illinois-Chicago recruit hit 11-of-15 shots, including 3-of-5 3-pointers and 3-of-4 free throws.
Northwestern senior Graham Ortmann, Clarksville senior Calvin McEwen, Fort Wayne Concordia senior Courtney Smith, Tipton senior Kacie Juday and Evansville Memorial junior Stephanie Sherwood join Hackett as Week 12 recipients.
Hanover Central 49, Whiting 46 (OT): The Wildcats hit 10-of-12 free throws in overtime to take a Greater South Shore Conference win from the Oilers.
Frankie Turturillo led Hanover (8-9, 4-2) with 21 points while Kristen Roper and Brooke Sterkowitz had nine each.
Whiting (10-7, 5-2) picked up 15 points from Citlali Lopez, who fouled out. She scored eight of her points in a fourth-quarter comeback during which Hanover was held to just three points.
Lowell 41, Hobart 32: Lowell out-scored the Brickies 19-10 in the final quarter to help erase a halftime deficit and capture the NCC game.
Hunter Jusevitch scored 20 points to lead the Red Devils and added a pair of steals to maintain their share of the conference title. Lowell will have to beat Griffith to tie Highland for the crown.
Grayce Roach's 10 points paced Hobart, which fell out of the three-way tie for first.
Lew Wallace 36, Gavit 27: Ashante Mays scored nine points and added nine rebounds with three assists to lead the Hornets (7-7) to the nonconference win.
With 12 total points from Shanika Thornton, Gavit went 12-of-14 from the free-throw line in the loss.
Portage 107.95, Hobart 88.3: Danielle Solis won vault (9.8), floor exercise (9.55) and all-around (38.25) to lead Portage to the victory. The meet also included individuals from Boone Grove and Morgan Township.
Portage's Madison Kurtz tied for first place on balance beam with Morgan's Kylie Maxwell, both scoring 9.5, while Maxwell took uneven bars (9.6) and placed second all-around (37.65). Solis added a second on bars and a third on beam. Kurtz was floor runner-up to go with a third on bars.