Wawasee set a season high Thursday night with a 104.9 in its win at Lakeland.
The Lady Warriors had a spike in scoring on vault and beam, scoring 26.4 on vault and 26.85 on beam to help its cause.
Jada Parzygnot won both the vault and bars, scoring 8.9 and 8.7 while Reagan Atwood scored 9.3 and 9.15 to take beam and floor. The two would stand tall on all-around, Atwood at 35.25 and Parzygnot at 35.1 to lead the category.
Alyssa Minnix added a second on bars at 8.65 and Aundreya Wegener was third on beam at 8.7
Whittney Ray paced the Lakers with an 8.8 on vault and 8.975 on floor, helping the team to a 92.275 final score.
Wawasee’s next dual is at home Monday against East Noble.
The Lady Warriors guaranteed itself a winning season by beating Concord, 45-41, to run its record to 12-10 to finish the regular season. With only the sectional ahead, this will be the first above .500 season since 2010-11 when Wawasee won its last sectional title.
The win also moved Wawasee into a tie for fourth in the Northern Lakes Conference with Plymouth at 3-4. Casey Schroeder led Wawasee in scoring with 16 points and added five dimes and a pair of steals. Aubrey Kuhn had 11 rebounds to go with five assists and four points, Caitlin Wortinger had 10 rebounds and Kabrea Rostochak chipped in nine points.
Concord (10-12, 1-6 NLC) had Chandyn Redmond led the club with 14 points and Alexa Parks added 12 points.
Concord won the JV game 49-45 despite 18 points from Wawasee’s Morgan Adkins. Wawasee wrapped up its season 6-15 overall.
The varsity will take on the winner of Tippecanoe Valley versus Lakeland in the Fairfield Girls Basketball Sectional semi-finals on Friday.
Middle School Basketball
The Milford seventh grade girls team pushed Bremen in a 30-17 final in favor of the Lions. Avery Conley led Milford with nine points and Abby Umanzor scored five points.
Milford won the eighth grade game against Bremen in overtime, 23-21. Lindsay Doss led the team with 10 points and Emily Haines scored eight points.