Matt Ford had a goal and an assist Saturday, helping Portage upset Times No. 8 Andrean 3-1 in boys soccer action.
Vic Mendoza and Nate Johnson added goals for the Indians (4-2).
Mike Metlov scored the lone goal for the 59ers (3-3).
Bishop Noll 2, Culver Academy 0: Gabriel Anguiano scored both goals in the victory for the No. 5 Warriors (5-0-1). Jonathan Lozano earned the shutout with six saves, and he added an assist.
Plymouth 5, LaPorte 3: Casey Cornett scored twice, but the Pilgrims defeated the No. 9 Slicers (2-4).
Covenant Christian 2, Westville 1 (OT): Justin Handtke had a goal and an assist as the Knights (3-2) edged the Blackhawks. Justin Dahm scored the other goal.
Chandler Bell scored Westville's lone goal.
Rensselaer 4, Lowell 3: The Bombers (4-2-1) got goals from Chase Klingler, Chandler Gull, Pierce Van Houten and Graham Balvich.
The Red Devils (0-3) got their goals from Austin Powers, Brandon Newcomb and Brendon Shanks.
Valparaiso 0, Penn 0: Andrew Fletcher made five saves in the scoreless tie for the No. 2 Vikings (3-0-1).
Covenant Christian 6, Westville 0: Sophia Van Keppel had a hat trick and an assist as the Knights (3-2-1) defeated the Blackhawks. Isabella Bogaard preserved the shutout with a save.
Hanover Central 7, Marquette 1: Brooke Sterkowitz and Melissa Balkema each had two goals as the Wildcats defeated the Blazers.
Boys cross country
State Preview Meet: Valparaiso placed second with 86 points. Corey Alfredson was the No. 1 Vikings' top finisher, placing 11th (16 minutes, 30.4 seconds). Ari Coulopoulos was 15th (16:38.6). Carmel won the meet with 36 points.
Artesian Classic: Chesterton placed fifth with 169 points. Tyler Vore was the Trojans' top finisher, placing 25th (16:49.97).
Girls cross country
Artesian Classic: Chesterton placed second in the AA Division with 106 points. Kassidy Scott was the No. 2 Trojans' top finisher, placing 14th (20:17). Lindsey Nielsen was 17th (20:32.02).
Chesterton 3, South Bend Adams 2: Tom McGue and James Jewison played for the first time together in a varsity match and picked up the clinching point at No. 2 doubles with a 7-6 (7-5), 6-4 win. Connor Kuhnle and Trey Moffett won 6-0, 6-2 at No. 1 to complete the doubles sweep for the No. 3 Trojans (5-0), while Johny Mario won his No. 1 singles match 7-5, 6-3.
New Prairie Invitational: Michigan City's No. 2 doubles team of Will Harber and Caleb Rymer picked up the title, while Wolves placed fourth as a team.
Northern Indiana 4-way Classic: Times No. 1 Munster went 2-0 at the tournament at Penn, beating Culver Military 4-1 and West Lafayette 3-2. Arlo Detmer went 2-0 at No. 2 singles, while Andrew Dorn won at No. 3 against Culver, and Chandler Marcus won at No. 3 against West Lafayette. Alex Wisniewski and Marty O'Shaughnessy went 2-0 at No. 2 doubles.
Hammond Festival Tournament: Morton won the six-team event with 137 points.
Logansport Tournament: Portage finished fifth with a 2-2 mark. Mariah Wright totaled 27 kills and 29 digs, while Josi Auksel had 27 kills and 12 block kills. Lauren Winicky added 21 digs and 61 assists for the Indians (6-5).
Kankakee Valley Invitational: For the first time in four years, the host Kougars beat Calumet Christian in the championship, 15-25, 25-22, 15-12. In the championship, Lauren Stokes had 28 assists. Danielle Ruesken had eight blocks. Gab Martin had 21 kills, and Lexi Eggert had 17 digs. Stokes and Martin made the all-tournament team for the winners, as did Griffith's Lisette Roldan and Hanna Miller, Merrillville's Miranda Harris and Riana Todd and Calumet Christian's Allie Rohn and Mandy Frantz.
K.V.'s Martin earned the tournament MVP honor.