Thursday morning sports


Mishawaka 17, Lakeland 7

Westview’s Elijah Hales was named to the north group junior all-state team by the Indianapolis Star. He’s joined on the north group by East Noble’s Ali Ali. Westview Coach Rob Yoder will be an assistant coach when the core group of all-stars plays a Kentucky all star squad on June 1st and 2nd.

At Lakeland’s winter sports banquet this week, the boy’s basketball squad named Josh Grogg (SR) – Mental Attitude Award, Clinton Bowers (FR) – JV Most Improved, Kole Miller (JR) – Most Improved, Cole Harp (SR) – Laker Award.
Girls basketball award winners were Taylor Targgart (SR) – Mental Attitude Award, Isabelle Larimer (SO) – Most Improved, Makayla Mast (JR) – Defensive MVP, Bailey Hartsough (FR) – MVP, Beka Stroop (SR) – Coaches’ Award, Madison Keil (FR) – JV Most Improved.
Gymnastics: Emily Byler (FR) – Rookie of the Year, Macey Milliman (FR) – Most Improved,
Whittney Ray (JR) – MVP & Coaches Award, Gabrielle Larimer (JR) – Most Dedicated, Kailia Malaivanh (SO) – Mental Attitude Award

Wrestling: Haden Kreider (SR) – Most Heart, Jadon Miller (JR) – MVP & Team Captain, Miguel Delapaz (FR) – Most Promising Freshmen, Brian Bergman (JR) – Team Captain, Kole Lounsbury (JR) – Coach K Award
Cheerleading: Madilyn Hochstetler (SO) –  JV Leadership Award, Katelyn McBride (SR) – Positivity Award, Tan’Yee’ Stanley (FR) – Laker Spirit Award

New Orleans 96, Indiana 92
Denver 135, Chicago 102
Cleveland 132, Toronto 129

Michigan vs Texas A&M 7:37 pm TBS

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