MICHIGAN CITY – After working on his 3-point shooting all off-season, Jamie Hodges, Jr. wanted to show it off against Marquette on Saturday, when the Michigan City sophomore guard hoisted seven treys in the first quarter alone against the Blazers.

“We thought he kind of settled early for the 3 ball,” Wolves coach Tom Wells said. “That’s what I worked on, that’s what I’m going to do.”

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