CONCORD GIRLS 71, WAWASEE 43
Wawasee concluded its regular season on the short end against visiting Concord.
Seniors Casey Schroeder and Caitlin Wortinger played well in the loss, Schroeder finishing the night with 18 points and Wortinger with seven points and four rebounds in their final home games.
Madison Mottern added eight points for the Lady Warriors.
Kendal Swartout and Kacy Gratzol each scored 17 points to lead the Minutemen, while Chandyn Redmond added 15 points.
Wawasee had Abby Steiner and Ella Beezley each score 13 points to lead the JV to a 41-36 win over Concord. Becca Smith added eight points for Wawasee, which finishes the junior campaign 14-7.
Wawasee (4-17, 0-7 NLC) will meet Lakeland Tuesday in the first game of the West Noble Sectional. Concord (13-8, 3-4 NLC) will take on Prairie Heights Friday.
FORT WAYNE BLACKHAWK GIRLS 36, LCA 35
The Cougars couldn’t escape head coach Allison Kauffman’s alma mater Thursday, losing by a point in its home finale.
Anna Reimink had a full plate in her final appearance in Winona Lake, scoring five points to go with nine rebounds, four steals and an assist. Carly O’Hara also played well in her last home game with four points and four rebounds. Classmates Abigail Fishel added nine points and two rebounds and Lauren Starrett three rebounds and two assists.
Tori Calizo led LCA with 11 points and nine rebounds and Maddie Paris chipped in seven rebounds.
LCA (12-9) visit Clinton Christian Saturday to close out the regular season.
TRITON C-TEAM BOYS 32, PLYMOUTH 27
Bruce Johnson’s 11 points were tops for the Trojans Thursday against its neighbors to the west. Cole McKinney added nine points and Brandon Kitch six points in the win, which saw Triton outscore Plymouth 13-2 in the third quarter to pull away.
WARSAW 9TH GRADE BOYS 40, NORTHWOOD 26
Warsaw led wire to wire in Thursday’s contest in Nappanee. A 12-0 run to start the game continued to an 11-point lead at the half as the Tigers pulled away.
All 14 Tigers saw action and six were able to score. Scoring leaders for the Tigers (14-1, 6-0 NLC) were Judah Simfukwe with 16 points and both Jack Yeager and Hunter Rice with seven points. NorthWood had Brady Hunsberger lead the squad with 15 points and Tariq Harp added seven points.
NORTHWOOD 7TH GRADE GIRLS 26, GOSHEN 12
Daisie Thomas led the way for NorthWood (1-0) with 11 points, seven rebounds and five steals. Karis Bennett added seven points in the win.
MILFORD 7TH GRADE BOYS 25, BREMEN 23
Ty Brooks led Milford with eight points and Darius Lewis had seven points to advance in the NELMSC tournament.
LAKEVIEW 8TH GRADE BOYS 38, LINCOLN 28
Tucker Curtis and Nehemiah Wright each scored six points for the Tigers (17-5), while Jaxson Gould finished with 21 points in the win.
LAKEVIEW 7TH GRADE BOYS 36, LINCOLN 17
Layton Isbell had 12 points and Julian Saldivar scored 10 points as the Tigers (16-5) march on in the NELMSC tournament.
EDGEWOOD 7TH GRADE GIRLS 14, ST. CHARLES 6
Ava Wetzel led the Edgewood side with five points, seven rebounds and two steals and Marisol Bowers was right behind with four points, four steals and two assists.