Valparaiso 75, Portage 57 (Boys Track)
Visiting Valparaiso picked up the victory behind the first place 4x400 relay team of Jacob Chapman, Ricardo Rosario Hoover, Michael Rastovic and Isaiah Smith, who turned in a finals time of 3:27.78. Among the individual winners for Valpo were Andrew Guzek (discus, 127-00), Andrew Jankowski (1600 meter run, 4:34.08) and Rastovic (300 meter hurdles, 41.82).
Portage won the 4x800 meter relay with a team of David Clegg, Nick Heimberg, Tommy Martin and Gemel Tribble turning in a 8:11.99 finals time. The Indians’ Tyler McCann won the shot put event with a throw of 49-01.50 and T.J. Skelton was the victor in the long jump (20-03.00).
Valparaiso 3, La Porte 2 (Girls Tennis)
Rachel Crookston was a 6-2, 6-4 winner at No. 1 singles for Valparaiso as teammate Rachel Willing won 6-1, 6-1 at No 3 singles. The Vikings’ No. 1 doubles team of Brooke Sever and Caitlin Kennedy picked up a 6-0, 6-1 triumph.
La Porte’s Jill Boger won at No. 2 singles (7-5, 6-4). The Slicers prevailed at No. 2 doubles behind Emily Osborn and Callie Scissom (5-7, 7-5, 6-4).
Chesterton 169, Valparaiso 179 (Boys Golf)
Chesterton’s Zach Von Huben was the meet’s top golfer, shooting a 38 at Sand Creek on Tuesday. The Vikings’ were led by Michael Gallinatti, who shot a 41.
Valparaiso 12, Boone Grove 3 (Baseball)
Sam Miller drove in a pair and scored one for visiting Valpo. Justin Duty (1-for-3), Matt Mayes (2-for-3)and Andrew Page (2-for-3) all had two RBI for the Vikings.
Darrell Maxey drove in two Boone Grove’s runs.
Bishop Noll 11, 14; Marquette 1, 0 (Softball)
The Blazers started strong in game one, but Bishop Noll pulled away with a pair of victories on Tuesday.
Marquette 3, South Bend Clay 2 (Girls Tennis)
Zoya Ganz and Ari Gatzka earned Marquette a win at No. 2 doubles (3-6, 7-5, 6-3) while Abigail Schmidt (No. 1) and Taylor Bowen (No. 2) had singles victories for the Blazers. Marquette now stands at 8-3.
Valparaiso 86, Portage 46 (Girls Track)
Anna Walls won the 200 meter dash for Valpo with a finals time of 27.67 seconds. Portage had a win in the 1600 meter run from Kyra Ball, who turned in a finals time of 5:38.17.
Lake Station 10, Marquette 4 (Baseball)