Lake Station earned a 47-45 Greater South Shore Conference boys basketball win at Whiting on Saturday.
Kyle Gooch scored 12 points with six rebounds and seven steals for Lake Station (5-2, 2-1). Teammate Brian Patterson also scored 12.
Matt Dvorscak scored 17 for Whiting (5-5, 1-3).
Bowman Academy 73, Fort Wayne Northrop 62: Times No. 1 Bowman Academy (10-2) got a big game from junior Davon Dillard, scoring 24 points with 11 rebounds and five assists. Arthur Haggard made five 3-pointers and scored 17 against the Bruins (4-7). Justin King battled foul trouble on the road but finished with 15 points and eight rebounds.
Calumet 69, River Forest 66: Montell Winbush had a team-high 17 points in leading the Warriors over the Ingots.
Brandon Laas paced River Forest with 16 points.
Griffith 68, Hobart 43: Anthony Murphy led the Times No. 10 Panthers (7-2, 2-0) with 17 points in a Northwest Crossroads Conference rout of the Brickies (3-6, 0-2).
Juan Lamar led the Brickies with 13 points.
Lowell 69, Highland 46: The host Red Devils (9-1, 2-0) got an NCC win with Zack VanHook scoring 17 and Aaron Hamm adding 12. The Times No. 3 Devils also got eight from Brandon Cory.
Rensselaer 49, Tri-County 38: Joey Claussen's 21 points led the Bombers (6-3) to a home win over the Cavaliers (6-2). Bryce Deno added 12 points as Rensselaer won its third straight game.
Kouts 68, Oregon-Davis 53: Jake Bekelya drained four 3-pointers and finished with a game-high 25 points as the Times No. 7 Mustangs (8-1) helped coach Matt Crawford defeat his former squad. Bekelya added six steals and six assists. Cody Nelson had 17 points, while Matt Stewart had a double-double of 13 points and 14 rebounds.
River Forest 60, Calumet 38: The Ingots (4-8, 2-4) got a GSSC with Kali Winkler leading the way with 10 points. Amber Ondo had four points, seven rebounds, three steals and four assists.
The Warriors (2-10, 1-6) were led by Jaireh Ratliff's 11 points.
Mishawaka 79, Munster 43: The Cavemen (12-3) were too much on the road, but the Mustangs (4-9) got a solid game from Jordan Cole, who scored 20 points with seven rebounds.
Covenant Christian 40, Heritage Christian 14: Senior Callie Beezhold scored 13 points, grabbed eight rebounds and blocked eight shots to lead Covenant Christian (9-4) to a win over visiting Heritage (5-3).
West Central 50, Rensselaer 37: The Bombers (5-9) got 12 points from Aimee Mattocks against the Class A No. 5 Trojans (11-1).
South Central 48, Kouts 32: Riley Popplewell racked up 18 points and 19 rebounds as the Satellites (6-6, 3-0) remained unbeaten in the Porter County Conference. Jill Rosenbaum complemented Popplewell with her own double-double of 11 points and 13 boards, while Madison Tomblin contributed 10 points and five assists. Bella Wireman hit five 3-pointers, tallying 16 points for Kouts (7-4, 3-2).
Knox Super Duals: Chesterton finished 5-0, defeating John Glenn, Culver Academy, Triton, Knox and Winamac. Jack Tolin (113), Mike Double (132), Alex Katsafaros (170), Jaycee Jensen (182) and Connor Smith (220) all won their weight classes.
Lowell Invitational: Times No. 10 Morton won six events to get the win, besting second-place Kankakee Valley 99-82. Ben Daniels was a part of four victories. Connor Davidson, Nick Newell and Troy Chabonneau were a part of three wins. Daniels won the 200 and 500 free races, and Davidson won the 50 and 100 free events.
Lowell Invitational: Kankakee Valley won all 11 events to defeat second-place Lowell, 145-81. K.V.'s Abbey Sittema won the 200 IM, 500 free and was a member of the 200 medley relay and 400 free relay. Allison Schultheis and Madison Babicka were a part of three wins for the No. 9 Kougars.
Viking Pairs Invitational: The Valparaiso gymnastics team took the top four spots to dominate its Vikings Pairs Invitational on Saturday.
Valpo scored 34 points to runner-up Elkhart Central's 7.
Lia Milroy and Alex Walters finished first with 35.65, edging teammates Cylie Miller and Hannah Wilson (35.5). Sydney Intagliata and Caroline Miller (34.75) were third, and Emily Lynch and Rushelle Miller (34.4) took fourth. Lake Central's Andi Wartman and Megan Miserly (33.95) placed sixth.