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Lyric Green scored five goals and assisted on another to power Class A unbeaten and top-ranked Wheeler over Marquette Catholic 7-1 in a sectional championship.

The host Bearcats improve to 18-0.

Stacey Barron scored for Marquette, capping her career with goal records for a season (43) and career (104).

West Lafayette Sectional: The host Red Devils ended the season for Kankakee Valley with a 9-0 win in a Class 2A sectional title match.

Boys soccer

Boone Grove Sectional: The host Wolves advanced to a Class A regional with a 4-0 win over Andrean.

Girls cross country

Gavit Sectional: Winner Kaylee Galvan (20:06.1) paced Munster to the title with 38 points. Lake Central (51), Highland, Griffith and Whiting also advanced. Bishop Noll's Megan Sullivan led individual qualifiers in fourth.

Rensselaer Sectional: Led by the 1-2 finish of Morgan Fleming and Kelsie Weuthrich, the host Bombers edged Morgan Township, 40-46, for the team title. Kankakee Valley (94) and Kouts (100) also advanced as teams. Holly Kuebler of Kouts placed third in 20:28.77.

Boys cross country

Gavit Sectional: Billy Duszynski (16:47.3) topped four Lake Central runners in the top six as the Indians edged Highland, 30-40, for team honors. Munster, Griffith and Whiting also qualified as teams. Enrique Romo of E.C. Central was the first individual qualifier in seventh.

Rensselaer Sectional: Morgan Township posted a score of 23 to claim team honors. Kankakee Valley (42) was second and Kouts (70) third. Trevor Braden of Morgan won in16:37.46, followed by KV;s Trevor Conley and Dean Schmidt. Carson Bakker (fifth) of Covenant Christian headed individual qualifiers.

Boys tennis

Culver Academies Semistate No. 1: Defending state champion Carmel swept Munster 5-0.

The Greyhounds (19-0) also defeated the Mustangs (16-5) in last year's semistate.

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Steve has won awards during two different stints at The Times. In addition to being the Prep Beat columnist, he covers football, boys basketball and boys track. He is a long-suffering Cubs fan.

CJ grew up shadowing his father, Jim, at various prep events and now follows in his footsteps as a sports reporter at The Times. A Purdue University graduate, his allegiances lie with the Boilermakers, Cincinnati Bengals and Cincinnati Reds.