LAKELAND CHRISTIAN ACADEMY 55, OREGON-DAVIS 47
Jake Harmon had a night to remember as Lakeland Christian earned a big road win Friday night.
Harmon’s first three pointer of the night in the first quarter set the LCA all-time mark, giving him 200 for his career and bumped him past 2018 graduate Josh McDaniel for the honor. Harmon would go on to hit three more in the game, part of a 22-point night. Harmon also added four rebounds and three assists for good measure.
Landon Twombly would add a busy night for the Cougars with 14 points, five rebounds, five steals and four assists in a full plate. Trenton Parker tossed in nine points and Braxton Keller added three points, four rebounds, three steals and a block.
Garrett Weil paced the Bobcats with 20 points.
LCA inches closer to .500 in picking up its eighth win of the season, now 8-11 on the year. The Cougars wrap up the regular season with games Saturday, Monday, Tuesday and Thursday. Next up is Saturday at South Bend Trinity.
EAST NOBLE 42, WAWASEE 36
Wawasee nearly pulled off a wild rally, but ran out of a time in a loss to the visiting Knights.
Trailing 29-15 at the half, Wawasee got 11 of those points back in the third quarter on a 16-5 run before stalling in the fourth quarter. Wawasee struggled shooting the ball, making just 38 percent of its shots (14-37) and really had a hard time behind the three-point arc (2-15), but held a high-powered East Noble side in check for much of the second half.
Austin Miller led Wawasee with 14 points and four rebounds, and Ethan Hardy continued to provide Wawasee with an inside presence with nine points and six boards.
East Noble had three players in double figures, led by Ali Ali’s 13 points. Brent Cox had 11 points and nine boards and Hayden Jones had 10 points.
The East Noble JV came out on top 34-26.
Wawasee (5-15) will finish up the regular season next Friday at Tippecanoe Valley.
NORTHWOOD 54, ELKHART CHRISTIAN 47
A hot start from NorthWood was matched by the Eagles, but the Panthers had enough in the tank in the outlast the visitors.
NorthWood opened with an 18-7 lead after a quarter, but the Eagles awoke in the second quarter and hung a 17-8 run to trail just 26-24 at the break. NorthWood outscored Elkhart by three in the third quarter and two in the fourth to hold on for the home win.
Stats from the game were not immediately provided.
NorthWood’s JV ran away from Elkhart Christian by a 58-33 count.
NorthWood (8-12) is on a mini two-game win streak and has a week to prep for its final regular season game next Friday at the Historic North Side Gym to meet Elkhart Central.
EDGEWOOD 8TH GRADE GIRLS 45, LAKELAND CHRISTIAN ACADEMY 25
What was a three-point game with just over 1:30 left in the third quarter turned into a 20-point Edgewood win.
LCA trailed just 24-21 late in the third, only for Edgewood to rattle off a 21-4 run to close the game.
Finley Hobbs and Maddie Silveus each scored eight points for LCA on its home court. Edgewood did not provide its statistics.