LAKELAND CHRISTIAN MIDDLE SCHOOL GIRLS 48, MCAC 0
LCA pitched a shutout at home Thursday night, overwhelming the visitors from Mishawaka.
Amaya Hoty led LCA with 10 points and added five steals. Maddie Silveus, Madi Sell and Leah Forshtay all had six points and combined for 13 steals. LCA as a whole had 26 steals.
LAVILLE 8TH GRADE BOYS 30, TRITON 25
LaVille moved on in the Hoosier North tournament Thursday afternoon. A 9-4 fourth quarter was what it took as the score was knotted at 21 heading into the fourth quarter. Chandler Westafer and Cameron Shively both scored 10 points for the Trojans.
TRITON 7TH GRADE BOYS 36, LAVILLE 24
Triton got the best of the seventh grade matchup in the Hoosier North tourney. Clinging to a three-point lead, 23-20, going into the fourth quarter, Triton ran away by dropping 13 in the final stanza. Anthony Schuh scored 13 points to lead the Trojans while Hunter Schaetzle and Cole Shively each scored nine points.
WARSAW 9TH GRADE BOYS 38, GOSHEN 17
A 10-1 run to open the second half was enough for Warsaw to pull in freshman action in Warsaw.
Nine Tigers reached the scoresheet, led by Judah Sinfukwe’s nine points, with Hunter Rice checking in with seven points and Kyle Dawson finishing with five points.
Warsaw moves to 11-1 on the season and travels to Fort Wayne Snider for a Saturday morning tilt.
LAKEVIEW 8TH GRADE BOYS 40, FORT WAYNE MAPLE CREEK 23
Jaxson Gould led the Tigers to a big win with 20 points. German Flores and Will Bergen each chipped in five points.
LAKEVIEW 8TH GRADE GIRLS 34, SOUTHWOOD 26
Lakeview won its home opener with tough defense, holding Southwood to just four points in the final quarter. Macey Wayne led the winners with eight points and teammate Lauren Grose added six points.
LAKEVIEW 7TH GRADE GIRLS 45, SOUTHWOOD 8
Lakeview also got defensive in the seventh grade game in holding the Knights to single digits.
Leah Henderson paced the victors with 12 points with Joey Rastrelli right behind with 11 points.
TIPPECANOE VALLEY 8TH GRADE BOYS 62, PERU 32
Paul Leasure led the Vikings with 20 points in the big win. Tayde Kiser followed up with 13 points and Nolan Cumberland had seven points.
PERU 7TH GRADE BOYS 51, TIPPECANOE VALLEY 34
The Vikings couldn’t keep pace with Peru despite Landon Durkes’ 16 points. Nathan Parker and Trent Marshall each had eight points for Valley.
RIVERSIDE 6TH GRADE BOYS ‘A’ 32, TIPPECANOE VALLEY 24
TIPPECANOE VALLEY 6TH GRADE BOYS ‘B’ 21, RIVERSIDE 19
Blaine Sheetz was the high scorer for Valley in the ‘A’ game with nine points whie Luke Tucker kept the ‘B’ team unbeaten in its seven games with nine points.