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High Schools

  • Football
  • Starfires finally facing new foe
    It will be a new experience for South Adams in tonight’s Class A semistate in more ways than one.
  • Record not so telling
    Snider football coach Kurt Tippmann doesn’t want people to be fooled by the record of the Panthers’ Class 5A semistate foe. LaPorte may be 7-5, but Tippmann doesn’t expect the Slicers to be a pushover.

Spartans girls rally as junior nets 38 points

Sydney Buck scored a school-record 38 points as the Homestead girls basketball team won 74-44 at Marion.

Buck, junior, had eight three-pointers, also a record.

Josie Fisher added 13 points for the Spartans, who trailed 23-21 at halftime and then went on a 30-5 run.

BISHOP LUERS 57, BISHOP DWENGER 37: Tashayla Sutorious totaled 15 points on the road. The game was tight – Luers led by two after the first quarter, by three after the second and by nine in the third – but the Knights went on a 20-9 run to close it out.

Addie Reimbold had 11 points for the Knights, and Emma Wolfe eight.

Dwenger was paced by Alysaa Gibson’s 14 points and Ally Christman’s 12.

NORWELL 60, CONCORDIA 53: Led by Paige Frisch’s 21 points, the Knights won at home.

ANGOLA 47, GARRETT 46: Claire Grubb’s three-pointer with 39 seconds remaining gave Angola the road victory. Kylie Bidlack had 18 points and Grubb had 16. Garrett’s Brandi Dawson scored 20.

ADAMS CENTRAL 45, EASTSIDE 34: Sarah Fiechter had 10 points. Bess Fiechter and Megan Salway both had 14 rebounds.

Boys basketball

WEST NOBLE 53, EAST NOBLE 45: Drew Schermerhorn scored 23 points for the visiting Chargers. East Noble’s Kaleb Williams had 20.


EAST NOBLE 52, NEW HAVEN 18: At 120 pounds, Sterling Luther pinned Nate Miller in 49 seconds on the road. At 195 pounds, Ross Walker beat Matt Robinson 6-3.