2014 Aberdeen Classic (Boys Varsity Golf)
Lake Central and Elkhart tied for a 336 team score to share the victory on Saturday at the course at Aberdeen. Matt Meneghetti shot a 75 to lead the Indians.
Valparaiso sent three teams to be part of the eight-team field, finishing with scores of 350, 367 and 413. Michigan City was the only other area team in the field, finishing with a team score of 384.
Forest Park Classic 2014 (JV Boys Golf)
Penn prevailed in the five-team junior varsity invitational on Saturday with a team score of 338. Lake Central (363) was the runner-up and were followed by Valparaiso (401), Kokomo (406) and Chesterton (427).
Penn’s Joe Hickey was the meet’s top golfer, shooting an 80.
Northridge 9, La Porte 1 (Baseball)
Northridge scored six in the first and three in the fourth to get the easy win. The Slicers fell to 12-6 with the loss.
Kankakee Valley Invite (Boys Golf)
Portage placed third on Saturday with a 338 score. Jordan Henson led the Indians with a 78 as teammates Tep Junyanid (86), Noah Kunstek (86) and Eric Lewis (88) also scored for Portage.
Rensselaer Invite (JV Girls Track)
The Portage 4 x 100 meter relay team of Makayla McClain, America Barnes, Angelica Lopez and Lindsay Thomas finished first.
Valparaiso 13, 6; Warsaw 9, 2 (Baseball)
In game one, Tyler Ellrich went 4-for-4 with three RBI for visiting Valparaiso on Saturday. Max Roberts (3-for-5) also drove in three for the Vikings.
Valparaiso erased a four-run first inning deficit with one in the second, six in the third, two in the sixth and four in the seventh.
In game two, Sam Miller scored twice and drove in three for Valparaiso.
Chesterton 8, Portage 5 (Baseball)
Chris Klenk hit his third home run of the year for Portage in the losing effort.
Rensselaer Invite (Boys Track)
Nick Johnson finished first overall in shot put and discus for Portage on Saturday. Laron Parker had a top finish in the long jump event and finished third in the high jump.
Other individual winners for Portage included Dillon Quinones (3200 run) and Alex Gunnum (400 run).
Portage 5, Chesterton 3 (Softball)
Sydney Coundiff belted a two-run home run that proved to be the difference for the Indians in the Duneland Athletic Conference win. Haley Perez and Dalton Minor each added a solo home run in the win.
Portage 14, Chesterton 4 (JV Softball)
Amanda Music (3-for-4) had a double and five RBI for the Indians. Sierra Mueller drove in a pair for Portage.
Michigan City 170, Valparaiso 172, Portage 175 (Boys Golf)
Jordan Henson carded a 41 for Portage, while Eric Lewis finished with a 42.
Chesterton 8, Portage 1 (Freshman Baseball)