Lakeland blanked Churubusco, 4-0 in NECC girls tennis Wednesday evening in LaGrange.
Prairie Heights raised its varsity baseball record to 9-6 with three wins earlier this week.
The opening slate of games in the Topeka Men’s Softball League took place last week.
Prairie Heights aced Lakewood Park, 171-203 in varsity boys golf Monday at Cedar Lake Golf Course near Howe.
Angola rocked Westview, 12-4 in NECC softball action Tuesday evening.
Prairie Heights lost all four of its games in a varsity softball tournament hosted by Mishawaka this past Friday and Saturday.
Fort Wayne Luers downed Lakeland by scores of 8-7 and 13-3 in varsity baseball this past Saturday in the Summit City.
Westview ran away from the field to win its own girls track invitational championship last Friday night in Emma.
Lakeland successfully defended its own boys track invitational championship last Friday.
Lakeland and Concord split a varsity softball doubleheader Saturday in Dunlap.
Blackhawk Christian held off Prairie Heights, 4-2 in varsity baseball action Saturday in Fort Wayne.
Fremont clipped Prairie Heights, 5-0 in NECC girls tennis action last Friday.
Lakeland split NECC boys golf decisions with Fairfield and Eastside last Thursday afternoon at Heron Creek Golf Course.
Fairfield kept its NECC girls tennis slate clean (7-0) last Friday with a 5-0 triumph over Lakeland.
The Lady Falcons lost just three games in the five matches.
Lakeland whipped The Howe School, 4-1 in varsity girls tennis action last Thursday in LaGrange.
The Lakeland varsity softball team notched road wins over Central Noble (3-0) and Bethany Christian (17-0) at the end of last week.
West Noble was a 97.5-34.5 boys track winner over Prairie Heights last Thursday night.
Prairie Heights doubled up county rival Westview, 12-6 in NECC softball last Thursday evening in Emma.
Nearly a year ago, the Lakeland softball team ended a 14-year sectional championship drought at Fairfield with a 2-0 victory over Wawasee.
Westview clipped Churubusco, 93-39 in NECC girls track Tuesday.
Jeremy Hochstetler scored on a wild pitch in the top of the 10th inning to give Westview a 5-4 victory over host Hamilton in NECC baseball Tuesday.