Portage's Jackie Rhoda finished her prep season on a high note Saturday, winning the annual All-State Scholarship Tournament.
Rhoda was already a first-team All-State selection and the girls Bowler of the Year. She picked up the top seed with a 739 series, then defeated Homestead's Brianna Cearbaugh 207-193 in the step-ladder finals.
Crown Point's Sarah Bond was 14th (589), Portage's Nicole Walton 15th (587), Lake Central's Kelly Belzeski 19th (569), Caroline Dienes 25th (544) and Jaime Zega 28th (534).
Highland's Jacob Santos was the boys mental attitude award winner.
Lafayette Jeff's Tyler Dispennett won the tourney title. Hebron's Corey Duck was 16th (640), Chesterton's Matt Petrovich 19th (633), Lowell's Caleb Elliott 23rd (603)and Michigan City's Christopher Hebb 45th (469).
Local players nominated for IBCA/Subway Player of the Week: Four local boys basketball players were District 1 nominees for the IBCA/Player of the Week award. The list included Josh Fleming (LaPorte), Drew Hackett (Munster), Brian Patterson (Lake Station) and Keenan Simmons (Michigan City).
Winners included Caleb Swanigan (Homestead), William Mbongo (West Lafayette), Lucas Peters (Greenwood Christian), Jessi Alexander (Penn), Jessica Givens (Western) and Alexa Bailey (Bedford North Lawrence).
Noll to hold hockey meeting today: Bishop Noll will hold an informational meeting for prospective hockey players and their families at 7 p.m. today at the Midwest Training and Ice Center, 10600 White Oak Ave., in St. John.
Information on the hockey team and the Bishop Noll admissions process will be available at the meeting. Priority for spots on the team roster will go to students registered at Bishop Noll for the 2014-15 school year.