West Noble Girls 42, Wawasee 36
Wawasee gave away an eight-point fourth quarter lead in a 42-36 home loss to West Noble Tuesday night. The Chargers scored 20 points in the fourth, eight of those from the free throw line, in its rally at the TeePee. Mackensy Mabie scored six of her 13 points in the fourth, and Nichelle Phares also had six of her 12 points in the final eight minutes.
Wawasee (1-2) had 11 points and six rebounds from Emily Haines and 11 points and three steals from Danielle Jenkins. Becca Smith added five points for the Warriors.
The Charger JV held on for a 30-25 win over the Warriors. Alexia Mast and Madison Yates combined for 21 of West Noble’s points. Kaydence Shepherd had eight points and Blair Harper totaled five points, five rebounds and four steals for the Lady Warriors.
Tippecanoe Valley Girls 59, Argos 39
Valley returned to the game court for the first time since Nov. 17, and rode the play of two of its stars to a win over the Lady Dragons.
Sidney Wagner and Kaydence Mellott both dropped 21 points for the Lady Vikings, combining for eight of the nine threes the hosts made on the night. Mellott hit three in a third quarter that had Valley score 21 points, a quarter that had the hosts outscore the visitors by 14.
Valley’s JV had Macy Peterson score 16 points and Chesnee Miller add 12 points in a 52-17 win over Argos in the auxiliary gym.
Argos Boys 54, Tippecanoe Valley 48
Argos and Valley played even for the final three quarters, but a 12-6 first quarter mathematically separated the two teams Tuesday night.
In Valley’s season opener, the Vikings hit seven threes, were 9-9 from the free throw line, had twice as many assists as the Dragons (12-6), and scored seven more points off turnovers (7-0).
Michael Richard led the way for Argos with 22 points and Dylan Kindig added 12 points.
Paul Leasure had 14 points to pace the Vikings, and Nolan Cumberland had 12 points. Dawson Perkins added eight points and six rebounds.
The Valley JV team used 12 points from Damion Kohler and nine points and six assists from Cooper Walls to knock off Argos 51-33.