The IHSAA placed Andrean's wrestling team on probation for the 2013-14 season after the school ran a recruiting advertisement in a local newspaper.
The probation is meant to serve as a severe warning, recording the violation and notifying the school that any future, similar incident will not be tolerated.
Wrestling coach Mike Bauswell was also severely reprimanded. Andrean will be required to report its "course of correction" to the IHSAA within 30 days. Failure to comply may result in additional sanctions.
Bauswell said a volunteer did it, but he takes full responsibility for the mistake. The volunteer did not know that the ad was against IHSAA rules.
"I'm the head coach, so it is my responsibility," Bauswell said. "(The volunteer) loves our program and wouldn't do anything to hurt it. He just didn't understand.
"We got punished for it. I was put on probation, and we're going to deal with it."
Hobart 7, Lowell 1: Tyrus Joseforsky drove in five runs for the Times No. 8 Brickies in a Northwest Crossroads conference win, while pitcher Brandon Murray struck out 12 in a complete-game effort.
Myles Siedentopf hit a solo home run for Lowell.
Lake Central 15, Valparaiso 5 (6 inn.): Alec Olund hit two home runs and drove in four runs, while teammate Ryan Burvan drilled a homer with three RBIs as the Times No. 3 Indians picked up a Duneland Athletic Conference win.
Valparaiso's Tyler Ellrich homered, while CJ Gear tripled.
Lake Station 25, Marquette Catholic 6 (5 inn.): Kody Lemley drove in four runs, and Robert Fazekas knocked in three runs to lead the Eagles (7-8, 4-4) in a Greater South Shore Conference rout.
Griffith 11, E.C. Central 3: Freshman Kody Hoese was 2-for-3 with two runs and two RBIs to lead Griffith (7-8) to a victory. Brett Tauber struck out four in two innings, one of three Panthers pitchers in the game.
Reeys Maldonado scored twice and swiped three bases for E.C. Central (1-12).
Gavit 13, Hammond 0 (5 inn.): The Gladiators took advantage of several errors and walks, and a hit batsman while pounding out six hits during a 12-run, second-inning rally.
Chris Gomez earned his first win of the season after striking out seven and allowing three hits for Gavit (2-9, 1-2 Great Lakes Athletic Conference). Gomez also drove in three runs, and Hector Calderon was 2-for-2 for Gavit.
Hebron 14, Boone Grove 13: The Hawks raced to an 11-3 lead and hung on for a wild PCC win over the Wolves. Jason Reick singled four times and drove in five runs for Hebron (7-5, 3-2). Mike Mikulich and Bryce Hanaway each notched two hits and three runs, while Drew Wheeler knocked in three and Mike Mikulich scored three. Jake Gholston and Jake Morris (four RBIs) both had three hits for Boone (12-3, 3-2), which got three RBIs from Caleb Narron and three runs from Dean Hill. Hebron's Kyle Joyce came on to retire the last batter to record the save.
Chesterton 17, Merrillville 0 (5 inn.): Sydney Cooley went the distance with five strikeouts and added a double and home run to help the No. 1 Trojans (16-3, 8-2) defeat the Pirates in DAC play. Jill Bohnert also doubled and homered, while Amanda Dujmovich added a home run.
Julie Ross doubled for Merrillville.
Morton 13, Hammond 3 (5 inn.): Cierra Charbonneau drove in four runs to lead the Governors (9-3, 5-0) past the Wildcats in GLAC action. Morton's Ashlie Rossi struck out seven in the complete-game win.
Wheeler 8, Lake Station 2: Alexa Fratzke doubled and tripled, and Karessa Sweeney chipped in a homer as Wheeler scored all eight runs in the first four innings of an 8-2 GSSC victory.
Nickole Finch (4-3) recorded 14 strikeouts in the complete-game win. Kaitlin Acker led Lake Station with a 2-for-3 day.
Highland 3, Lowell 2: The No. 3 Trojans (5-1, 2-0) won both doubles matches and got a win at No. 1 singles from Holly Santaguida to earn a NCC win.
Lowell's Veronica Stefoski and Holly Opak won at No. 2 and No. 3 singles, respectively.
Hanover Central 4, Wheeler 1: Ivana Macic won 7-5, 6-2 at No. 1 singles to lead the Wildcats (4-1) over the Bearcats (4-4).
Sophia Esquivel picked up Wheeler's lone win at No. 2 singles.
Kankakee Valley 5, River Forest 0: The Kougars dropped only one game while sweeping the singles matches as Paige Sanders, Hayley Hoffman and Rikki Young were all straight-set winners. The tandems of Liv Trainor and Amando Derolf, and Lexi Hamstra and Lexi Howard swept the doubles matches for Kankakee Valley (4-3).
Whiting 5, Clark 0: The Oilers (8-0) swept every match, including a shutout win at No. 2 singles from Brianna Baez.
Lake Central 168, Crown Point 171, Portage 185: Ryan Wells led the Indians with a 41 in a DAC triangular, while Matt Meneghetti and Rhett Barker added 42s.
Mike Lee had a 41 for Crown Point, while Nick Lewis led Portage with a 41.
Valparaiso 159, Michigan City 172: Kyle Meihofer won medalist honors with a 1-over-par 38 as the host No. 1 Vikings (11-0, 5-0) defeated the No. 8 Wolves in DAC play at Valparaiso Country Club. Alex Pancek and Patrick Andrie added 40s.