Lake Central and Valparaiso met in a key Duneland Athletic Conference game on Friday.
West Side hosted Valparaiso in nonconference action.
Valparaiso hosted Michigan City in Duneland Athletic Conference boys basketball action.
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Chesterton and Valparaiso are both in the Class 4A top 10.
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After crashing into the bleachers in pursuit of a loose ball, Bukata came back to score a career-high 14 points.
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The Valparaiso junior showed off the fruits of his labor on Friday night with a dominating performance that is becoming something of a norm for the 6-foot-7 big man.
Twice the Vikings cut the Bulldogs' lead to just four in the fourth quarter but couldn’t string together enough stops or points the other way to complete an upset.
Crown Point hosts a Duneland Athletic Conference meeting with Valparaiso.
Emma Gerdt, a 6-foot-1 senior forward, and her sister Becca, a 5-foot-11 sophomore, give the Vikings an inside presence.
Merrillville and Andrean renew their neighborhood rivalry.
The Wolves (9-3) snapped a seven-game losing streak in the series, won their seventh straight game and earned the right to host Zionsville (8-5) in next week's semistate.
Valparaiso and Michigan City clash for a Final Four berth.
“Having coach Clark hold that record and then do that was really cool. He’s obviously very encouraging, and I can’t thank the offensive line enough."
The Vikings seek another sectional championship when they visit Munster.
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Senior Zach Barrasas is a two-year starter at center and one of the reasons Valparaiso averages more than 280 yards rushing per game.
Led by Bailey Ranta in 12th place, Chesterton's girls finished third in the state cross country finals.
“IU has always been my dream school. I’ve wanted to go there forever."