James Taylor carried the ball 17 times for 100 yards and two touchdowns, as the Bowman Academy football team routed LaPorte LaLumiere 36-0 on Saturday.
DeShawn Franklin added 10 carries for 98 yards and a touchdown, while Malcolm Gibbs carried twice for 90 yards in an effective rushing attack.
Franklin also went 5-of-12 passing for 55 yards.
Crown Point 2, Penn 0: Fernando Barajas scored a goal as did Bay Kurtz for the Bulldogs in the win. Connor Keaveney had four saves in getting the shutout.
Wheeler 7, Hanover Central 0: Cameron Foor fashioned a hat trick, and Joey DeSimone was one goal behind him in the Bearcats' rout of the Wildcats.
Portage 3, Hobart 0: The Indians got two goals from Josh Gonzalez and one from Matt Ford to get the win against the Brickies (2-4).
Indian Classic: Valparaiso (6-1-1) blanked South Bend St. Joseph 2-0, then suffered its first loss of the season, 4-0 to Elkhart Central. Thomas Walsh scored both Vikings goals. Andrew Fletcher made four stops in the shutout win.
Victory Christian tournament: The host Lions (8-2-1) downed Morgan Township 4-3 to reach the finals, where it was blanked by Heritage Christian 7-0. Luke Brechner found the net twice, and Andre Guadron set up a pair of scores in V.C.'s semifinal win.
Lake Central 3, LaPorte 1 (OT): Brianna Dougherty scored three goals in leading the Indians to a Duneland Athletic Conference win. The Slicers got their goal from Brooke Pissarski.
Wheeler 5, Hanover Central 1: Lauren Fratzke scored twice, and Terra Phillips assisted on three goals in the Bearcats' victory. Kadie Spoor made 11 saves for Wheeler (8-1-1). Kaylin Fanta averted the shutout for the Wildcats.
Lowell 3, Bishop Noll 0: Hayley Farmer found the net twice, and Paiton Daniel stopped three shots as the Red Devils blanked the Warriors. Jordan Sanders contributed a goal and an assist for Lowell.
Terre Haute North 2, Covenant Christian 1: The Knights (4-4-1) received a goal from Whitney Rouster which was assisted by Rossanna Ruano, but North (6-3-1) still got the road win.
Kouts 2, Hebron 1: Chloe Deardurff and Gracie Birmingham each scored for the Fillies, and Rachel Pauer got the goal for the Hawks.
Michigan City 3, Marquette 2: The Wolves received goals from Hannah Laux, Erin Callaghan and Drew Hultgren, while Maggie Mellen scored twice for Marquette.
Warsaw Invitational: The Times No. 1 Mustangs tied for second in the event. State-ranked No. 2 Park Tudor, earning 22 points, and fourth-ranked Fort Wayne Canterbury had 20.
Munster's Trey DeLuna won the championship at No. 2 singles. At No. 3 singles, Munster's Patrick Dorn finished second. Arlo Detmer and Patrick Toth finished second in the No. 1 doubles championship, and Alex Wisniewski and Marty O'Shaughnessy finished second in the No. 2 doubles field.
Bremen 4, E.C. Central 1: Reyes Maldorado and Cesar Guillen got the Cardinals' only win at No. 2 doubles, but Fabian Garcia played well at No. 1 singles before falling 10-5 in the last set.
LaPorte LeRoy Invitational: The host Slicers beat Marquette 4-1 in the championship and Elkhart Central 3-2 in the semifinal. Michael Varda went 2-0 at No. 1 singles on the day, as did Miles Droege at No. 2 singles.
Chesterton Invitational: Chesterton took four matches without losing a game to capture the title of its own invitational Saturday.
The Trojans downed Hobart and Clark in pool play, then bested Boone Grove and Washington Township in the championship round.
Jessica Urycki, Sammi Ostrom, Aubrey Nagdeman and MVP Jordyn Moleski were named to the all-tourney team. Moleski amassed 37 digs and five aces on the day. Ostrom, Urycki and Emily Marcus each notched 21 kills, while Nagdeman posted 10 aces.
Boone defeated Washington in three games to finish 3-1 along with Bishop Noll, which won three straight after losing its opener to the Senators. Washington's Maddy Johnson and Lauren Kleist and Hobart's Caylie Pruitt rounded out the all-tourney team.
Triton tournament: South Central defeated John Glenn in the championship after downing LaVille, Argos and the host Trojans in pool play. Briana Satoski topped the Satellites (10-2) with 30 kills and 33 digs, while Kaitlyn Jackson contributed 20 kills, 20 digs and five aces. Riley Popplewell scored six aces, and Katelyn Tucker delivered 81 assists.
Boys cross country
Ben Davis Invitational: Chesterton finished seventh of 17 teams with 180 points. Zionsville topped Carmel, 72-79, for the title. Tyler Vore placed 12th for the Trojans in 16 minutes, 11 seconds. Southport's Clayton Bowie won with a time of 15:34.
Girls cross country
Ben Davis Invitational: Chesterton took ninth among 20 teams, totaling 270 points. West Lafayette edged Avon, 40-50, for top honors. Kassidy Scott (36th) led the Trojans (19:50). Avon's Malyka Abramson paced the field in 17:41.