Crown Point's Tyler Gray had a solid showing at the Culver Academies Invitational finishing in 14th place in the Elite Division with a time of 16:08.
In the Open Division, Kankakee Valley's Travis Conley placed 17th, finishing in 16:54, while teammate Bryce Gawronski was 17th (17:09), as the Kougars finished ninth in their division with 268 points.
In the Closed Division, Hanover Central's Mike York placed 30th in 18:09.
The Porter County Conference represented itself well as South Central's Kyleigh Werner and Morgan Township's Ben Savage each finished first in their respective Closed Division (small school) races.
Werner paced the girls field in a time of 20 minutes, while Savage toured the course in 16:42. Bryan Flannery of South Central came in seventh.
Hebron was the top local team in each Closed race, its girls placing third, its boys seventh.
In the newly-formed Elite Division, LaPorte led area girls participants in seventh, with Elena Lancioni claiming third individually. Fellow Slicer Anthony Didion headed region boys in the Elite field, crossing eighth. Crown Point took 12th place, best among Northwest Indiana schools, just ahead of Valparaiso.
LaPorte captured runner-up honors in the Open Division despite Didion running in the Elite race. Sam Miller finished fifth.
Wheeler 8, Westville 3: Cameron Foor and Joey DeSimone each hit the scoring trifecta for the Bearcats. Foor and Danilo Orlich each assisted on two scores.
Kouts 2, Hobart 0: Cody Nelson made eight stops for the shutout as the Mustangs (7-2-2) bested the Brickies. Evan Rogers and Alex Sanders found the net for Kouts.
Indianapolis North Central 1, Valparaiso 0: The Panthers scored late in the first half and held on to top the visiting Vikings (8-3-2). Andrew Fletcher made four saves for Valpo.
Marquette Catholic 1, Bishop Noll 0: Jack Disser scored one goal, while Phil Shikany was a brick wall between the pipes, making 16 saves as the Blazers blanked the Warriors in the Greater South Shore Conference.
Jon Lozano made seven saves for Noll.
E.C. Central 4, Lowell 1: Daniel Castro scored twice, while Arturo Godinez and Erick Cuevas each netted a goal to lead the Cardinals past the Red Devils.
Lowell's goal came from Noah Newcomb, while goalkeeper Jarrett Freeman made 23 saves.
Hanover Central 2, Covenant Christian 2: Alec Nirtaut and Isaac Cortez both scored for the Wildcats, who won the game with a 4-2 advantage in the overtime shootout session.
Kankakee Valley 4, Griffith 2: Tyler Montgomery's hat trick led the Kougars to a Northwest Crossroads Conference win over the Panthers (3-9).
Wheeler 1, Kankakee Valley 1: Terra Philips scored for the Bearcats (12-1-2) as they played the Kougars to a draw.
Bishop Noll 2, Covenant Christian 1: Ana Mendez and Megan Whalen each scored to lead the Warriors past the Knights.
Covenant Christian goalkeeper Adrienne Funderburg made 24 saves.
Hanover Central 2, Lowell 1: Melissa Balkema and Brooke Sterkowitz each scored to push the Wildcats past the Red Devils.
Ivy Dawson made six saves for Hanover Central.
Highland 4, Lafayette Jefferson 1: Priscilla Carbajal netted two goals, while Nicole Russell and Courtney Carpenter each scored to lead the Trojans to the win.
Penn 3, Lake Central 1: Jillian Doan scored Lake Central's goal, but the Indians fell to the Kingsmen. Lindsay Kusbel made seven saves for L.C.
Griffith 9, Morton 0: Mariah Fowler scored three goals; Megan Miller and Breanna Ally had two apiece, and the Panthers got two assists each from Bella Maglish and Yadi Castellanos.
Portage 3, Griffith 2: Blake Logsdon and Jesse Bustos won at No. 2 and No. 3 singles for Portage, while the No. 1 doubles team of Jon Craig and Kody McGuire also emerged victorious.
Brett Tauber won at No. 1 singles for Griffith, which also got a win at No. 2 doubles from Greg Copp and Zach Diamond.
Valparaiso 4, Lafayette Jefferson 1: Jared Folke-Andrew Lehnen and Derek Wappel-Trevor Mahlmann swept doubles as the Vikings bucked the Bronchos.
Valparaiso 3, Harrison (West Lafayette) 2: Derek Wappel rallied to win in three sets at three singles to push the Vikings (11-5) past the Raiders.
LaPorte 3, Lafayette Jefferson 2: Josh Cornwell and Bobby Barden overcame a first-set loss at one doubles to give the Slicers the pivotal point in the match.
Harrison (West Lafayette) 4, LaPorte 1: Miles Droege managed the Slicers' only point at two singles.
Fort Wayne Canterbury 4, Munster 1: Arlo Detmer and Patrick Toth got Munster's lone win at No. 1 doubles, as the Times No. 1 Mustangs fell to the Cavaliers.
Westville Tournament: South Central downed the host Blackhawks 29-27, 25-19 to take the title after both teams defeated Caston and Northfield.
Bri Satoski paced the Satellites (16-2) with 27 kills, 15 digs, five blocks and five aces, while Kaitlyn Jackson racked up 15 kills, 12 digs, three blocks and four aces. Katelyn Tucker handed out 47 assists.
Ashley McClintok amassed 25 kills in three matches for Westville.
Victory Christian Tournament: Morgan Township rallied to down the host Lions (21-2) in the finals, 22-25, 25-12, 15-10. The Cherokees reached the championship wih a three-game victory over River Forest, while Victory Christian defeated LaCrosse and Kouts. Morgan's Alexa Kartje was named tourney MVP.
Crown Point Tournament: The host Bulldogs defeated South Bend St. Joseph 25-21, 25-22 to earn the tournament championship win.
The Bulldogs also defeated Whiting, 25-17, 25-18 and Kankakee Valley, 25-20, 25-20.
C.P.'s Alyssa Kvarta led the way with 65 assists, 14 kills and 10 digs, while Caley Rainford had 14 digs, 13 kills and seven aces.