Triton Girls 57, Trinity Greenlawn 29
After not playing for almost a month, Triton played its second game in as many nights and almost doubled up the hosts from South Bend.
Nine of the 11 Trojans that played scored, led by 12 points and four rebounds from Addyson Viers and eight points and nine boards from Abbey Viers. Taren Yates recorded nine points, five steals and four assists, and Emma Hepler also had nine points. Jaelyn Bules finished with eight points and four rebounds for Triton (2-1).
Clare Cullinan had 14 points and four rebounds for Trinity.
Wawasee Girls 51, Elkhart Christian 14
Wawasee held the host Eagles to one field goal in the half in a runaway win.
The visitors (2-2) pitched a shutout in the first quarter in earning its second win of the young season.
Becca Smith matched the Eagles with 14 points of her own, tossing in seven rebounds. Kennedy White had 10 points, two assists and two steals, and Emily Haines collected 11 points, nine rebounds and four assists.
Plymouth Girls 71, Tippecanoe Valley 61
Valley would get within two possessions late, but couldn’t catch the Pilgrims in the Marshall County seat.
A 20-11 Plymouth second quarter was the only virtual difference between the clubs.
Sidney Wagner had a big night for the Vikings (3-2), hitting four three’s and scoring 26 points. Kaydence Mellott also dropped four treys and scored 17 points in the losing effort.
Plymouth had three big scorers, with Tallulah Gault leading the team with 23 points, followed by Lindsay Janus with 18 and Taylor Delp with 17.
Plymouth claimed the JV game, 32-20. Molly Moriarty led the Vikings with seven points.
Wawasee C-Team Boys 44, Central Noble 27
The Warriors moved to 3-1 on the season with a big win in Albion. Carson Smith led the Warriors with 15 points, while Aidan Monds scored 11 points and Ty Brooks contributed seven points.
“We won with a total team effort versus a tough Central Noble team,” said Wawasee coach Andrew Wilson.