Brayden Banske won the 100-yard fly (58.52), 100 breast (1:11.69) and swam legs on the winning 200 free relay (1:38) and 400 free relay (3:53.27), helping Times No. 10 Bishop Noll win the Calumet Invitational with 417 points in Wednesday's boys swimming action.
Portage (240), Wheeler (191) and Calumet (115) rounded out the team scoring.
On the girls side, Wheeler defeated Bishop Noll 481-248 for the title.
Calumet (144) and Portage (131) rounded out the rest of the team scoring.
Audrey Schnell won the 100 back (1:07.26) for the Bearcats, and Sara Helmerich took the 500 free (6:02.70). The Bearcats also won every relay.
Tori Klimczak won both the 50 free (25.89) and 100 free (57.87) for South Central.
River Forest 43, Lake Station 36: The Ingots won their first two matches at 106 and 113 before holding on for a Greater South Shore Conference win.
Chesterton 75, Michigan City 6: The host Trojans won seven matches by forfeit and four by pin to pick up the Duneland Athletic Conference victory.
Highland 65, Hammond 29: The host Trojans (4-8) had four players in double-digit scoring -- Tylissa Fulgham (12), Holly Santaguida (11), Brianna Williams (11) and Aleysha Slaven (10) -- to end a three-game losing streak.
Hammond (3-10) was led by Dartayvia Beals' 11 points.
Andrean 48, Hebron 41: Emma Farkas led three players in double figures with 12 points as the visiting 59ers (5-10) defeated the Hawks (7-5). Lauren Stazinski and Maddi Lesch each added 10.
Lauren Carlson led Hebron with 14 points, while Rylie Shrum added 11.
Chesterton 106.825, LaPorte 99.1: Junior Brandi Tuzinski placed first in every event to lead the Trojans past the Slicers in DAC action. Tuzinski won the all-around (36.5), bars (9.2), beam (8.775), floor (9.525) and vault (9.2).
Valparaiso runner-up squad to be honored Friday: Valparaiso's state runner-up gymnastics team will be honored Friday before the beginning of Vikings' boys basketball game with Michigan City.
The gymnasts completed an undefeated dual meet season and won conference, sectional, and regional titles en route to a second-place place finish at the state meet last year. Members of the team honored include Allyson Kraft, Allie Lazerwitz, Katelyn McBride, Morgan Algozine, Emily Crosmer, Hannah Erwin, Tayla Kobitz, Amanda McDonald, Heather Novak, Emily Ball, Kim Clausen, Emily Lynch, Julia Manion, Cylie Miller, Rushelle Miller and Hanna Wilson.
Munster wins Carroll Shootout: Times No. 3 Munster went to the Carroll Shootout this past weekend and went 4-0, winning the championship of the Gold Division. The Mustangs (10-0) won two games on Friday and two more on Saturday.
"It was a great experience, to get away and play some good, different teams," Munster coach Mike Hackett said. "It was great. I might have a different tone had we lost."
Friday morning Munster beat Fort Wayne Blackhawk Christian 80-45. Michael Schlotman led the way with 17 with six rebounds and six assists. Nate Bubash added 14.
On Friday night Munster played Columbia City (11-1) 66-54. Bubash had 23 points and four boards while Schlotman scored 17 with seven assists and six rebounds.
Munster then drove to Fort Wayne to play two games as Carroll. On Saturday morning the 'Stangs beat Huntington North 61-56. Sophomore Drew Hackett hit five 3-pointers and led the team with 24 points. Bubash scored 15 and had eight rebounds.
The championship game was won 63-61 over Homestead (9-3). Drew Hackett's 3-pointer with seven seconds left was the game-winner. Munster trailed by 15 in the second half before making the comeback.
Bubash led with 19, Hackett had 16 and Schlotman scored 13.