Upon further review, the Valparaiso boys track team won the Valpo Relays after all.
Due to a discrepancy discovered in the 1,600 relay, the Vikings were incorrectly placed. When the adjustment was made and Valpo was put in third, the Vikings' total was 122 points and Crown Point's 118.
Rather than having its 30-year winning streak in the meet ended, Valpo extended it to 31.
Washington Township Relays: Morgan Township edged the host Senators 80-78 for the title. Clayton Spencer was a part of three firsts for the Cherokees in the long jump, 400 relay and 800 relay.
Luke Soliday helped Washington take the shuttle hurdles and sprint medley.
Washington Township Relays: Morgan Township was champion with 92 points, followed by Hebron (69). Trina Coleman and Alison Goetz were both part of three Cherokees firsts in the high jump, 400 relay and 800 relay.
Alejandra Lopez and Kelly Easton teamed to sweep the throws for River Forest.
Morton 12, Highland 2: The host Governors (11-5) outhit Highland (6-8) 15-5 and were led by Sam Miller, who went 3-for-4 with four RBIs. Winning pitcher Alex Tomaszewski had three hits, three runs and three RBIs. Brandon Andres had three hits and three runs.
Munster 15, West Side 0: A seven-run first was all the Mustangs (18-2) needed to dispatch the Cougars in abbreviated play as Alec Skalka went 3-for-4 with three RBIs, and Patrick Burke chipped in two hits and three RBIs. Joe Jumonville had two hits and scored three runs for the winners.
E.C. Central 7, T.F. North 2: Reyes Maldonado, Rey Colon and D'Angelo Gonzalez had two hits each to lead the Cardinals (7-9-1) past the Meteors (7-19).
Portage 10, Merrillville 0 (5 inn.): Alec Coates, Hunter Thorn and Braden Majewski all drove in two runs, and Jon Velez tossed four innings of one-hit ball for the Indians in their Duneland Athletic Conference win.
Morgan Township 13-10, North Judson 3-6: Jake Koselke went 5-for-6 with four runs and four RBIs in the sweep and earned the save the second game, which featured a Connor Martin grand slam. Jake Hernandez finished 4-for-6 with four RBIs, and Martin totaled six RBIs for Morgan (12-8).
Bishop Noll 11, Hebron 3: Monica Martin hit a three-run homer, and Brittany Anderson was 3-for-4 with two runs scored as the Times No. 7 Warriors (16-4, 10-3) topped the Hawks.
Hebron's Rachel Pauer and Bri Spicer doubled, with Pauer and Samantha Stueber each driving in a run.
Hobart 13-4, S.B. Washington 2-3: Alexis Bunch won the first game in relief and threw a complete game in the nightcap as the Brickies (12-9) swept the Panthers.
In the opener, Amanda Sandilla was 3-for-4 with a pair of doubles and an RBI as Hobart won in eight innings. Brittany Probasco was 2-for-4 with an RBI.
In the second game, Washington took a 2-0 lead, but the Brickies countered with three runs in the third, two in the fourth and eight in the sixth. Maddy Adams, Brianna Kraft and Chloe Fleming all tripled.
Mishawaka Tournament: Portage downed the hosts 8-3 and Fairfield 5-2 to win the title with a 4-0 record. Kiley Jones was named tourney MVP, allowing seven hits and one earned run over 14 innings with 18 strikeouts. Krystle Allison was 2-for-3 in each game, as were Adrien Hall and Abby Alexander against Mishawaka. Annabelle Karagias singled and homered versus Fairfield. Kaitlin Doud joined Jones on the all-tourney team.
Westville 7, Washington Township 6 (8 inn.): Katie Piotrowski, Beth Piotrowski and Kara Jevyak all notched two hits as the Blackhawks edged the Senators.
Knox 3, Westville 1: Sydney Chasko singled three times, and Kara Jevyak added a pair of hits in the loss for the Blackhawks.