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Girls basketball: Post-Tribune top 10, player of the week

P-T GIRLS top 10

1. Merrillville

On paper, the Pirates have a couple easy games before facing a pair of top 10 teams in Portage and Lowell.

2. Michigan City

The Wolves have won two straight after the loss at Merrillville that could determine the DAC champ again.

3. Lowell

The Carroll Tournament was one thing, but the Devils next have Perry Meridian, which has the No. 1 strength of schedule in the state.

4. Whiting

The Oilers’ undefeated mark will be tested at Boone Grove and Hanover Central Tournament.

5. West Side

The Cougars may be 8-1, but their strength of schedule is 349th in the state.

6. Hobart

Next up for the Brickies is a tough Northridge tournament, with an opening game against Concord.

7. Bishop Noll

It’s a shame fans have to wait more than three weeks for Whiting and Noll to meet in GSSC play.

8. Griffith

The next challenge for the Panthers is a competitive Hanover Central tournament next week.

9. LaPorte

The Slicers played well in a loss to No. 2 Michigan City. The schedule doesn’t get much easier.

10. Portage

The red Indians are back in the top 10 after beating the blue Indians early this week.

Player of the week

Bre Lewin, Hebron

She had two all-around games for the Hawks. She had 24 points, four rebounds and five steals against Bishop Noll and 19 points, four rebounds, seven steals and three assists against Kouts.

Updated: January 22, 2013 10:11AM



1. Merrillville

On paper, the Pirates have a couple easy games before facing a pair of top 10 teams in Portage and Lowell.

2. Michigan City

The Wolves have won two straight after the loss at Merrillville that could determine DAC champ again.

3. Lowell

The Carroll Tournament was one thing, but the Devils next have Perry Meridian, which has the No. 1 strength of schedule in the state.

4. Whiting

The undefeated mark will be tested at Boone Grove and Hanover Central Tournament.

5. West Side

The Cougars maybe be 8-1, but their strength of schedule is 349th in the state.

6. Hobart

Next up for the Brickies is a tough Northridge Tournament, with an opening game against Concord.

7. Bishop Noll

It’s a shame fans have to wait more than three weeks for Whiting and Noll to meet in GSSC play.

8. Griffith

Next challenge for the Panthers is a very competitive Hanover Central Tournament next week.

9. LaPorte

The Slicers played well in a loss to No. 2 Michigan City. The schedule doesn’t get much easier.

10. Portage

The red Indians are back in the top 10 after beating the blue Indians early this week.

Player of the week

Bre Lewin, Hebron

She had two all-around games for the Hawks. She had 24 points, four rebounds and five steals against Bishop Noll and 19 points, four rebounds, seven steals and three assists against Kouts.



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