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HEBRON -- With the sectional around the corner and stronger competition in its path to post-season success, South Central had a troubling trend continue in Saturday's resounding 54-32 thud of a loss to Morgan Township in the Porter County Conference tournament championship.

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LAKEVILLE — Just minutes before New Prairie boys basketball took the court at LaVille High School on Saturday night, a pair of tournament workers brought out two ladders — one orange, one light blue — and placed them underneath each hoop.

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HEBRON — As Scott Bowersock headed down the hall after Saturday's Porter County Conference tournament semifinal, the Washington Township coach didn't look like someone whose team had just advanced to the championship. 

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NP boys hoops advances to Bi-County final

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HEBRON – Offense, particularly outside shooting, has been a trouble point for South Central this season.

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MICHIGAN CITY – Inside the three-minute mark of Wednesday’s game, with the outcome long well in hand and the student fans exchanging barbs to occupy their attention, the La Lumiere kids got the final say.

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La PORTE — While falling to another potent Duneland Athletic Conference foe, La Porte saw the level it aspires to reach.

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Area schedule Boys Basketball LaCrosse vs. South Central at Hebron, 5:30 p.m. Westville vs. Washington Township at Hebron, approx. 7:30 p.m. Girls Basketball New Prairie vs. Culver at LaVille, 5:30 p.m. Gymnastics Portage at La Porte, 6 p.m. Wrestling New Prairie at John Glenn, 6 p.m. High s…

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MUNSTER — Before Tuesday’s game, Tom Wells made a case for Munster being the best boys basketball team in the area.

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CROWN POINT — All Saturday long, it was Chesterton girls swimmers standing on the diving block in the first lane, hearing their name called and holding up a first-place ribbon at the Duneland Athletic Conference Meet.

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MORGAN TOWNSHIP — Other than selling some concessions or working the ticket table, Mya Morrow did a little of everything for LaCrosse in Monday's 52-33 win over Boone Grove in the opening game of the Porter County Conference tournament.

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VALPARAISO — Moments after scoring an overtime takedown to claim a 3-1 victory in the 170-pound weight class final in Saturday's Duneland Athletic Conference tournament, Matt Neff quickly rose to his feet, clinched his fists and let out a guttural bellow.

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NEW CARLISLE — Points were certainly at a premium in the first half Saturday night. Both Penn and New Prairie scuffled mightily to score the basketball before the break.

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CHESTERTON — Leading by two with about 15 seconds to go, Nyla Asad released wide open to the basket off the inbound pass.

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CHESTERTON — Spurtability.

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VALPARAISO — Before coming to Valparaiso, Barak Coolman had a seven-year stint at Fort Wayne Northrop where he coached the Scott twins, Brenton and Bryson, who went on to successful careers at Indiana State and Purdue/Fort Wayne, respectively.

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La PORTE — It’s a moment Abie Wiencek has been pointing toward all season.

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LACROSSE — Donning their white- and green-striped warm-up pants, the La Crosse girls basketball players lined up side by side, roses in hand, 20 minutes prior to their game against River Forest on Jan. 7.