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Hawks Spotlight: Griffin Moore, Baseball

Name: Griffin Moore Sport: Baseball Year: Junior Reason you wear your number: I got what I got Seeds or gum? What flavor? Seeds. Regular or dill pickle Walk up song and why? Ric Flair Drip Song is just a banger Favorite MLB team? White Sox Favorite Coach Steinhilber saying: ‘Sup Gavin? Team goals: To win

Bell second at Westville Invite

Hebron’s Nick Bell placed second in Saturday’s Westville Invite, losing out on a tie-breaker with Payton Cox of North Judson after both shot 87s. The Hawks’ Drew Grennes was two shots back in fourth at 89. North Judson edged LaCrosse 399-403 for the team title, followed by Morgan Township (411), South Central (488), River Forest

Hano wins PCC title in shot put

Stephanie Hano’s throw of 31 feet, 1 inch earned the Hebron shot putter the Porter County Conference title in Saturday’s meet at Kouts. Hebron’s boys finished fourth and the girls placed fifth with 89 and 59 points, respectively. Jacob Stewart was runner-up to Boone Grove’s Nathan Hilty in both hurdles races. Trevor Hoffman registered thirds

Hebron splits double dual

Hebron defeated Westville 83-32 and lost to Morgan Township 67-60 in a Porter County Conference double dual Thursday at Westville. Jacob Stewart swept the hurdles, winning the 110s in 16.9 and 300s in 44.0, while Frank Kresich took the long jump (18-8 1/2) and high jump (5-10) to go with a second in the 200. Robert

Huge South Central rally upends Hebron

South Central scored eight runs in the sixth innings to overcome a 15-8 deficit and held on to edge Hebron 16-15 in Porter County Conference baseball Friday. The Hawks (7-9) trailed 6-1 after an inning but dominated the next four frames to build the seemingly insurmountable advantage. Tucker Patrick went 3-for-4 with five RBI and

Hawks clinch share of PCC title

UNION MILLS — With young talent all over the field, the future is bright for Hebron softball. The present looks pretty darn good, too. The Hawks clinched no worse than a tie for the Porter County Conference round-robin title Friday with a 6-2 win over South Central in a showdown of teams with one PCC

Cunningham shuts out Washington Township

Brooke Cunningham spun a three-hit shutout, striking out 12 and walking three, to lead Hebron to a 6-0 win over Washington Township on Thursday. Heidi Pena drove in two runs, while Meadow Fornuto and Molly Friel both had two hits and a run scored for the Hawks, who scored four runs in the third inning.

Peeler hits, pitches Hawks past Rensselaer

Jackson Peeler went 4-for-4 with a run and struck out 12 in a three-hitter as Hebron edged Rensselaer 3-2 on Thursday. Matt D’Agostino singled in two runs in the first inning and Isaiah Steinhilber doubled in a run to make it 3-0 Hawks in the fifth. The Bombers scored both of their runs, which were

Bell places third in five-team match

Hebron’s Nick Bell recorded a 43 to place third in a five-team match Wednesday with LaCrosse (190), Morgan Township (195), South Central (204) and River Forest (242). Drew Grennes’ 49 placed eighth.  

Wheeler walk-off edges Hebron

Kyla Chevalier hit a two-out, two-run home run in the seventh inning to lift Wheeler to a 3-2 win over Hebron on Wednesday. Meadow Fornuto’s single scoring Heidi Pena had broken a 1-1 tie in the top of the inning. The Hawks knotted the game in the fourth on a Bella Bowgren single. Bowgren and