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Babiak hat trick lifts Hebron

Kylee Babiak had a hat trick and Madi Maas scored twice to go with an assist to power Hebron to a 7-1 girls soccer victory over Morgan Township on Friday. Rebekah Hays and Myah Donovan each notched a goal with Hays and Bella Bowgren both assisting on a pair.

Hebron MS wins PCC softball tourney opener

Addison Toczek struck out in going the distance and scored twice with a hit and a steal as Hebron downed South Central 6-1 in the Porter County Conference middle school softball tournament opener Thursday. Savanna Anderson, Emma Benetich and Macey Siminski all had a hit with Siminski stealing two bases and scoring twice. Karlie Pavey

Girls volleyball notches first win

Hebron broke into the win column Wednesday with a 25-15, 25-6, 25-9 Porter County Conference victory over LaCrosse. Ellery Shea was 20-of-20 hitting with 10 kills and served 15-of-15 with seven aces. Molly Friel contributed four kills on 12-of-13 hitting to go with three block kills. Riley Asher was 58-of-61 setting for the Hawks (1-14,

Boone sweeps Hebron in boys volleyball

Zach Molnar had six kills, four block kills and 20 digs in Hebron’s 25-22, 25-18, 25-21 boys volleyball loss to Boone Grove on Friday. Molnar went 13-of-13 serving, 11-of-12 passing and 30-of-35 hitting. Tate Hildebrandt led the Hawks with six assists on 45-of-50 setting and 16-of-17 serving with two aces. Griffin Moore made eight digs

Hebron boys take second at PCC cross country meet

Hebron finished second in the Porter County Conference boys cross country meet on Tuesday on the Hawks’ home course. The team’s top four — Jacob Stewart (18:05), Connor Williams (18:11), Noah Weaver (18:33) and Cody Neal (18:44) — helped secure Hebron’s strong placing, which included a one-point win over Boone Grove, by remaining together as

Hebron MS softball clobbers Kouts

Addison Toczek pitched and hit Hebron to an 11-1 middle school softball win over Kouts on Tuesday. In the circle, Toczek allowed just two hits, while striking out 13. At the plate,  she went 2-for- 3 with three runs scored and four stolen bases. Macey Siminski was 2-for-4 with two runs, two RBI and two