Cougars nip Blazers golf

New Prairie and Marquette could be playing for the last regional team berth in Friday's girls golf sectional. If Wednesday's dual match is any indication, it will come down to the wire. The Cougars and Blazers played to a 182-all tie with NP (10-6) winning the match at Legacy Hills on a fifth-score tie-breaker, 54-63. Freshman Jaiden Winters paced the Cougars with a 41, followed by sister Jordan (44), Zoie Martinez (47) and Beth Armstrong (personal-best 50). Libby Lapczynski's personal-best nine of 54 broke the deadlock. Macaria Tierney's 55 led the JV. The 182 is the New Prairie program's best score in 14 years. "It was really cool that our two seniors shot their personal best on the senior evening and both counted in the scoring for the win," coach Bruce Watson said.

Pumpkin Festival Run/Walk Oct. 5

The 21st Annual Pumpkin Festival Run, sponsored by Westville Tri Kappa, is set for Oct. 5 Registration is at 7 a.m. in the Westville High School parking lot with the 5K Run and 5K Walk set to begin at 8. These events are for adults. A kids race will be held at Prairie Meadow Park (Birch Field 1) at 1 p.m.

Applications may be picked up at area sports clubs and sport shops, contact Jane Bachman at 219-898-3077 or jabachman305@gmail.com, or go to www.westvillepumpkinfestival.com.

PNW golf outing Sept. 23 

The Purdue Northwest Chancellor’s Invitational golf outing will be Sept. 23 at Sand Creek in Chesterton. Registration and breakfast begin at 8 a.m. with a shotgun start at 9:30 and lunch at 2 p.m. The event will feature on-course games, gifts, raffles, appetizers and desserts. For details, contact Tom Albano (219-989-1107 or talbano@pnw.edu) or Brandon Swanson (219-989-2314 or swanso48@pnw.edu). For registration and corporate sponsorships, go to: alumni.pnw.edu.ChancellorsGolfOuting. Online registration is preferred, but to sign up by mail, print and fill out the form and send with check (payable to Purdue University Northwest) to 1401 S. U.S. Highway 421, Westville, IN 46391 by Friday.

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