Times No. 3 Wheeler clinched the Northwest Indiana Soccer Conference girls soccer title Thursday with a 9-0 win over Westville.

Elena Giorgi and Payton Fairbairn each had a goal and an assist for the Bearcats (15-0). Morgan Putz, Amber Handley, Tessa Haldeman, Fran Zeitler, Kaitlyn Asher and Sydney Eden also scored goals. The other score was on an own goal.

Crown Point 7, Kankakee Valley 0: Bridget Rayonec and Haneen Abdulla each had two goals to lead the No. 2 Bulldogs.

Marquette Catholic 9, Michigan City 1: Stacey Barron had a hat trick to lead the Blazers (11-3) over the Wolves.

Claire Salyer added a goal and four assists. Nadia Flores had two goals.  McKena Moore had a goal and an assist.

Bishop Noll 3, Clark 0: Megan Sullivan had two goals to lead the Warriors over the Pioneers. Salome Hernandez also scored. Jalynn Edwards preserved the shutout with five saves.

Boone Grove 9, Covenant Christian 0: Lauren Casbon and Lexi Darnell each had four goals and two assists to lead the No. 7 Wolves over the Knights.

Ambur Ecklund had 12 saves to preserve the shutout.

Griffith 7, Gavit 0: Aary Cano scored two goals to lead the Panthers over the Gladiators. Andrea Hudiczius, April Mendoza, Hannah Ramirez, Marrissa Walter and Jackie Bobos also scored.

Lowell 4, Hanover Central 4: Kiana Chandler had three goals for the Red Devils in the tie.

Boys soccer

Covenant Christian 3, Victory Christian 2: Ben Lins notched a had trick to lead the Knights over the Lions.

Girls volleyball

Valparaiso 25-25-25, Chesterton 15-15-21: Gillian Walls had six kills, 26 assists and 14 digs to lead the Vikings over the Trojans in Duneland Athletic Conference play.

Trinity Brown added eight kills and four digs.

Wheeler 25-25-25, Lake Station 13-9-18: Hallie Rittel had 12 kills to lead the Bearcats over the Eagles in Greater South Shore Conference action.

Allyson Stills added nine kills and two block kills.

Bridget Collins led Lake Station with four kills.

Calumet 25-25-25, Hammond Academy 14-11-14: Myesha Taylor had nine kills, 19 assists and nine aces to lead the Warriors.

Hanover Central 20-25-25-25, Highland 25-10-7-9: Kari DeYoung recorded 13 kills and four aces to lead the No. 4 Wildcats (20-2) over the Trojans.

Sarah Spangler added 12 kills and three aces for Hanover.

T.F. South 26-24-25, Oak Forest 24-26-13: Elizabeth Chukwulebe had four kills to lead the Rebels.

Boys tennis

Munster 3, Chesterton 2: Peyton Specht helped the No. 1 Mustangs edge the No. 2 Trojans with a 7-6 (7-2), 6-0 win.

Matt Jewsion won 6-1, 7-5 at No. 1 singles for Chesterton (8-4).

Highland 5, Bishop Noll 0: Matthew Cotner won 6-1, 6-0 at No. 1 singles to lead the No. 4 Trojans (14-2) over the Warriors.

Lake Central 5, Wheeler 0: Andrew Walsh won 6-1, 6-3 at No. 1 singles to lead the Indians over the No. 10 Bearcats.

Lowell 5, Rensselaer 0: Luke Fleming won 6-0, 6-0 at No. 1 singles to lead the Red Devils over the Bombers.

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