Sports Shorts: Nov. 12
All-DAC football announced
Several La Porte and Michigan City football players have been to the All-Duneland Athletic Conference Team. Slicers selected were Noah Perez, Kaleek Biggers, Brandon Seibert and Isaac Alexander. The Wolves are represented by Bryce Hayman, Lyric McFarrin, Justin Wozniak, Ryan Stefanko, Chase Triplett, and Royce Robinson. Valparaiso’s Jesse Harper was named the offensive MVP, while Merrillville’s Justen Ramsey was honored on the defensive side.
Slicers girls hoops thumps Clay
La Porte’s girls basketball team cruised 78-25 at South Bend Clay Saturday afternoon. The Slicers (2-1) outscored the Colonials 27-10 in the opening quarter and held them scoreless in the third. La Porte led 62-13 after the third. The Slicers next host John Glenn Friday night.
City girls hoops falls at Plymouth
Michigan City’s girls basketball team dropped a 61-49 game at Plymouth Saturday afternoon. The Wolves (2-1) got outscored 16-10 in the first period and were down 28-17 at the break. City won the third, 19-12, but it was a little too late.
S.C. girls hoops downs Triton, now 3-0
South Central’s girls basketball team topped Triton 46-33 at home Thursday night. Amber Wolf paced the Satellites (3-0) with 14 points, and Abby Tomblin followed with 10 points. Delani Gale chipped in eight points. After trailing 13-5 after the first quarter, South Central outscored the Trojans 22-2 in the second period.
Glenn girls hoops routs Adams
John Glenn’s girls basketball team drilled ten 3-pointers in a 60-30 home drubbing of South Bend Adams 60-30 Friday night. Bethany Hayden poured in 25 points for the Falcons (2-1, 1-0 Northern Indiana Conference), and Raegan Romer scored 10. Morgan Plunkett recorded nine points. Behind feisty defense in the first half, the Falcons jumped out to a 34-8 half lead.
O-D girls hoops drubs LaVille, stays perfect
Oregon-Davis’ girls basketball team thumped LaVille 74-30 on the road Friday night. Mercedes Rhodes guided the Bobcats (3-0) with 28 points, and Jayden Worthington netted 12. Sydney Williams had 11 points. O-D outscored the Lancers 20-4 in the second quarter and was ahead 43-12 at half.