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E.C. Central outscored Noll 13-5 in overtime Friday to pull out the 68-60 boys basketball win.

Josh Morgan and Juwan Jones each scored 14 points to lead the Cardinals (9-9). Louis Williams added 12 and Bryson Jenkins 10 for East Chicago.

Morgan Grant led the Warriors (10-11) with a game-high 21 points.

Hobart 67, Highland 60: Julian Harvey scored a game-high 21 points to lead the Brickies over the Trojans in Northwest Crossroads Conference play.

Tyler Schultz and Connor Manjarrez each added 16 for Hobart. Sidney Ford scored 12 points.

Tyler Scheidt led Highland with 16 points, while Isaac Sytsma added 15.

Portage 57, LaPorte 53: Greg Milledge and Maurion Martin each scored 20 points to lead the Indians over the Slicers in Duneland Athletic Conference play.

James Havrilla added 13 points and 10 rebounds for Portage.

Austin Haferkamp scored 16 to lead LaPorte, while Carlos Jenkins added 12 and Garrott Ott-Large chipped in 10.

Hammond 64, Morton 61: Malik Miller scored a game-high 17 points to lead the Wildcats to the win,

Emmanuel Anderson added 14 points.

Miguel Burns had 14 points for the Governors. Kristofer Mingo added 13, Kionne Layne 12 and Khyre Hines 11.

South Central 65, Culver Community 48: Carson Husmann led the Satellites to the win with 19 points.

Trent Smoker and Austin Sallee each scored 11 points for S.C.

Boys swimming

Lake Central Sectional: Munster picked up eight top seeds at Friday's prelims.

Highland's Ethan Churilla is the top seed in both the 50- and 100-yard freestyle.

Chesterton Sectional: The host Trojans picked up 10 top seeds.

Valparaiso's Ryan Hrosik is the top seed in the 50 free.


Evans Scholarship awarded to local students: Twelve Indiana students have been awarded the Evans Scholarship, a full housing and tuition college grant offered to golf caddies. The scholarship is valued at more than $100,000 over four years.

James Thomas (Marquette Catholic) and Madeline Haskell (Chesterton) were local winners of the scholarship. Thomas and Haskell will attend Purdue and Indiana, respectively.


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