Blazers boys hoops tops foe

Marquette’s boys basketball team beat Lighthouse CPA 76-72 on the road Friday night. Colin Kenney tallied a game-high 26 points for the Blazers (3-1), and Joe Andershock had 15 points. Dayn Staab added 12 points, while Jake Tarnow recorded 10 points. Kenney moved within 28 points of Todd Pilarski (1,398) for third all-time on Marquette’s boys basketball career scoring list. Andershock also has scored in double figures in all four games so far. Marquette outscored the Lions 21-12 in the first quarter.

Slicers boys hoops drops decision

La Porte’s boys basketball team fell 53-45 at Elkhart Memorial Friday night. Drake Gunn paced the Slicers (1-3) with 23 points, and Grant Ott-Large had eight points. La Porte led 16-10 after the first quarter, but got outscored 43-29 the rest of the way.

S.C. girls hold PCC lead

Amber Wolf scored 20 points and Skyler Wildfong chipped in 11 as the South Central girls basketball team topped Washington Township 59-43 on Thursday. The Satellites (7-2, 3-0) lead the Porter County Conference.

PNW hosting baseball camp

Purdue University Northwest is hosting a four-week baseball camp at its Westville campus starting Jan. 13. Assistant coach Shane Prance will direct the program in conjunction with the U.S. Baseball Academy. Classes are available for players in grades 1-12 and are limited to seven players per coach. Sessions are offered in advanced hitting, pitching, catching, fielding and base running. Space is limited. Registration is underway. For more information, visit, or call toll-free 866-622-4487.

NAC Tennis lessons starting

The Northwest Athletic Club is taking sign-ups for its Winter 1 session of Junior group tennis lessons, which are open to all ages and skill levels. For more information, call 219-879-4401 or email head tennis professional Tom Bour at

Valley Hills Golf Course 2019 season memberships

Valley Hills Golf Course season memberships for 2019 are available at a special Christmas sale rate of $150, a $75 savings. For more information, call Valley Hills at 219-778-2823. Valley Hills is always open, weather permitting.


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