Colin Kenney surpassed the 1,000-point mark for his career Wednesday with 31 in Marquette Catholic's 81-68 win over Illiana Christian.

Joe Andershock added 14 points for the Blazers (6-12). Buddy Jaffee had 10 points. Chandler Goodwin scored nine, while Jalen Russell and Tommy Gotsch chipped in eight.

Hebron 75, Whiting 54: Carson Roeske passed the 1,000-point mark in his career for the Hawks as he scored 30 points in a win for the Hawks (5-5). 

Ethan Drook added 15 points for Hebron.

G'Angelo Reillo had 26 for the Oilers (3-12).

Girls basketball

Marquette Catholic 70, LaLumiere 2: Emma Nolan scored 14 points and Sophia Nolan had 12 as the Times No. 1 Blazers (18-2) blasted the Lakers.

Ally McConnell scored a career-high 11 points for Marquette. Claire Salyer added nine points and Dia Rallings had eight.

Lake Central 88, Morton 29: Rachael Robards scored 15 points and Taiylour Kirkwood added 14 as the Times No. 2 Indians (18-5) won in a rout.

Lauren Smolen had 13 points and Sara Zabrecky had 11 rounding out he double figures scorers for Lake Central. Madison Dulski connected on three 3s for all nine of her points.

Griffith 41, Washington Township 35: Ariel Esquivel scored a team-high 13 points as the Panthers (6-17) won their regular season finale.

Julissa Hamm added 11 points for Griffith. Vicky Perez nabbed 10 rebounds and snagged six steals.

Tickets for Penn girls basketball sectional: Tickets for the Penn girls basketball sectional are $10 for a season ticket and $6 for a session ticket. Doors will open one  hour before game time. The SB St. Joseph vs. SB Adams game begins at 6 p.m. Tuesday; Penn vs. Mishawaka at 5 p.m. and SB Clay vs. SB Riley at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday; LaPorte vs. Game 1 winner at 5 p.m. and Game 2 winner vs. Game 3 winner at 6:30 p.m. Feb. 2; and championship game at 6:30 p.m. Feb. 3.

Girls volleyball

Wheeler needs a coach: Wheeler is seeking applications for head girls volleyball coach. Interested candidates should contact Randy Stelter at 219-759-2561, ext. 2237.

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