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Updated: January 21, 2013 11:26PM



Bowling

Boys
standings

Duneland

Rec. Pts.

Hobart 10-1 166.0

Highland 8-3 154.0

Morton 7-4 124.0

Lake Station 6-5 121.5

Wheeler 5-6 117.5

Griffith 2-9 72.0

Calumet 2-9 71.0

Suburban

Hanover Central 14-1 238.5

Lowell 13-2 241.0

Hebron 11-4 198.5

KV 7-8 163.5

Boone Grove 7-8 118.0

South Newton 5-10 113.0

Rensselaer 2-13 65.0

North Newton 1-14 62.5

WestLake

Lake Central 11-0 192.0

Crown Point 8-3 151.5

Andrean 7-4 134.5

Merrillville 7-4 131.0

Munster 6-5 111.0

Clark 3-8 72.0

Bishop Noll 1-10 32.0

Porter-LaPorte

Chesterton 10-2 172.5

LaPorte 8-4 164.0

Michigan City 7-5 149.0

Portage 6-6 128.5

Valparaiso 5-7 102.0

Westville 0-12 4.0

GIRLS
STANDINGS

Duneland

Highland 11-0 197.0

Griffith 8-3 143.0

Lake Station 7-4 138.5

Hobart 6-5 127.5

Morton 6-5 124.0

Wheeler 2-9 48.0

Calumet 1-10 43.0

Suburban

Boone Grove 15-0 277.0

Hebron 11-4 198.0

Lowell 10-5 187.0

Hanover Central 6-9 131.0

Rensselaer 3-12 80.0

South Newton 0-15 26.0

WestLake

Lake Central 9-2 177.5

Merrillville 8-3 148.5

Crown Point 5-6 101.0

Bishop Noll 0-11 13.0

Porter-LaPorte

Portage 12-0 223.0

LaPorte 8-4 146.0

Chesterton 4-8 108.0

Michigan City 3-9 72.5

Valparaiso 2-10 48.5

P-T Top 5

BOYS — 1. Lake Central, 2. Hobart, 3. Chesterton, 4. Hanover Central, 5. Lowell

GIRLS — 1. Boone Grove, 2. Lake Central, 3. Portage, 4. Merrillville, 5. Highland

Bowlers
of the Week

BOYS — Jordan Trent, Portage

He posted the high individual series of 465 in the Region Rumble on Saturday, then rolled a 561 series to advance out of the Porter-LaPorte Sectional singles on Sunday.

GIRLS — Candice Tovo, Chesterton

She was second in the Region Rumble with 427 on Saturday, then ended up winning the Porter-LaPorte Sectional singles title on Sunday.

GYMNASTICS

Early-season
struggles for Trojans against Bulldogs

CROWN POINT—It was no surprise to see Brandi Tuzinski’s name at the top of the all-around standings at last Tuesday’s Chesterton-Crown Point meet. But it may have been unexpected to see that Crown Point was the winning team at this meet.

Strong performances from Natalie Groff on vault (9.2) and Megan Supan on floor (9.5, a personal record) led the Bulldogs to a 105.15-103.55 win.

“I’ve been telling them from the beginning that they’re, at least, a 105-point team,” said Crown Point head coach Ami Pysh, who added that they hadn’t beaten Chesterton in at least five years. “I didn’t think it would happen this quickly.”

Crown Point took advantage of a Chesterton squad that was without junior Lindsay Campbell and committed several key mistakes.

“We’re still struggling on floor and beam. That wasn’t the case last year,” said Trojans’ head coach Lauren West. “Those were strong events last year. We’re still trying to get the girls confident in those events.”

Top 3

1. Valparaiso

2. Portage

3. Crown Point

Gymnast
of the Week

Morgan Algozine, Valparaiso

The defending all-around state champion won vault (9.55), beam (9.475) and all-around (37.825) as the Vikings won the 12-team Concordia Classic, beating out last year’s state champion—Fort Wayne Dwenger.

— correspondent
Dave Melton
and deputy sports editor
Steve T. Gorches



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