MICHIGAN CITY — He didn’t know it at the time, but Jamie Hodges, Jr. had two chances to etch his name into the school record books in the second quarter of the Wolves’ 74-63 win over Calumet.

Coming into Saturday night’s contest, the Michigan City freshman guard sat eight points behind Tony Branch for the second-most points scored by a freshman in M.C. boys basketball history, including Elston and Rogers high schools before the schools merged in 1995.

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