After the game, Northern made a scholarship offer to Golden, and he verbally committed to play for the Huskies.
"I was surprised and excited," Golden said. "I had a lot of emotions going through my head."
Golden played only defense in Friday's 38-0 win over Clark. A sore ankle kept him on one side of the ball. But the student with a 3.2 grade point average is pumped about the opportunity before him.
"The atmosphere at the college was nice. The locker room was real nice, too," said Golden, who plans to major in athletic training. "The wide receiver coach has been recruiting me since I went to a camp there this summer.
"They said I might play safety, too. I'm happy for the opportunity, and I'll do my best wherever they want me to be." -- Steve Hanlon
Westville Invitational: South Central beat Northfield 17-25, 25-23, 15-5 to win the championship match. Briana Satoski had 11 kills, Kaitlyn Jackson had 5 kills and 6 digs and Katelyn Tucker added 17 assists for the Satellites in the final.
Westville finished in third as the Blackhawks beat LaVille 25-16, 25-12. Ashley McClintok had nine kills for the winners and Emily Henrich had six assists.
Andrean 0, Crown Point 0: The Times No. 1 Bulldogs (10-1-3) and the No. 6 59ers (11-1-2) played to a scoreless tie. C.P. goalie Aleksandar Trifunovic had five saves, and 59ers goalie Mike Croux also had five stops.
Covenant Christian 2, Hanover Central 1: Mitchell Zeilenga and Justin Dahm scored for Covenant (8-5-1) as the Knights got the shootout win in Cedar Lake. Francisco Pineiro had eight saves against the Wildcats (3-3).
Chesterton 7, Lafayette Jeff 0: The Trojans (9-3-1) got three goals from Jonathan Blake to get the win. Kody Lobsiger, Colin Ringas (2 assists), John Ward and Mason Farese all scored one goal, with Billy Biehl adding two assists.
Portage 2, Highland 1: The Indians (7-6) got goals from Taylor Felinski and Logan Cole to pull out the victory.
Wheeler 10, Westville 0: The Bearcats (5-9) got two goals apiece from Austin Sloboda, Ben Nettels and Cameron Foor as they pounded the Blackhawks (1-14). Danilo Orlich, Ben Moricz, Michael Johnson and Alex Asher also scored for the host Bearcats.
E.C. Central 7, Lowell 0: Steven Rodriguez's two goals and Lucian Segura's three saves led the Cardinals to the shutout of the Red Devils.
Penn 2, Lake Central 1: Shannon Freedom scored for the Indians (9-6), and Lindsay Kubel had eight saves in the loss to the Kingsmen.
Griffith 11, Morton 0: Cindy McInerney had two goals and and assists, and Krystal Mendoza had two goals as the Panthers blanked the Governors.
LaPorte 3, South Bend Clay 0: Katie Dermody made three saves, and three players score to lead the Slicers past the Colonials. Jessica Noll, Kaitlin Edquist and Dru Thomas all scored.
Valparaiso 5, Lafayette Jefferson 0: The Vikings had little trouble with the Bronchos as they won all but one match in straight sets.
Ben Kalisch, Marty Pochop and Peter Williams won in singles, while Jared Folke and Eric Cender, and Domi Sabo and Pall Baggett won in doubles.
Valparaiso 5, Harrison (West Lafayette) 0: The Vikings moved to 12-2 as Ben Kalish, Marty Pochop, Peter Williams and the doubles teams of Jared Folke and Eric Cender, and Domi Sabo also won.
Canterbury 4, Munster 1: Jack Heiniger improved to 15-1 as he won at No. 1 singles, but the Mustangs (11-2) fell in a home match.