Trevion Crews scored 16 points to lead the North Side boys basketball team to a 66-58 victory at Concordia.
The Redskins had a 27-25 lead heading into the third quarter, but Crews led them on an 18-13 run to take control.
Dwight Richards had 14 points for North Side. Sean McGee added 12. Jeremy Jones scored 11.
The Cadets got 25 apiece from D.J. McCall and Brian Gremaux.
SOUTH SIDE 71, SNIDER 70: Devan Jones’ layup with 0.4 second remaining gave the Archers the victory on the road. He finished with eight points, while Eric Hairston had 24 and Domonqiue Gleason added 20.
For the Panthers, Trey Covington and Steve Halstead both scored 13, while Devlyn Williams had 12.
FAIRFIELD 40, ANGOLA 29: Joseph Line’s 10 points led the Falcons in an NECC tournament game in Goshen. Angola’s Justin Davis scored 11.
WESTVIEW 59, WEST NOBLE 50: Westview’s Jordyn Bontrager and West Noble’s Drew Schermerhorn both scored 19 in the NECC tournament at Ligonier.
DEKALB 60, EAST NOBLE 42: Adison Daub scored 25 points for the Barons in Waterloo.
East Noble’s Kaleb Williams scored 21 points on 8-of-13 shooting.
NEW HAVEN 61, CARROLL 50: V.J. Beachem scored 18 and Jordan Hogue had 17 for the Bulldogs on the road. Carroll’s Mason Miller scored 15 points.
TIPPECANOE VALLEY 62, ROCHESTER 28: Tanner Andrews scored 18 and Nick Kindig went over 1,000 points for his career in Rochester.
WAYNE 66, BISHOPER DWENGER 59: Jescus Mitchell’s 24 points paced the Generals at home.
ANGOLA 51, FAIRFIELD 42: Rachel Rinehart scored 17 points to lead the Hornets at Goshen in the semifinals of the NECC tournament. Haley Brown scored 14 for Fairfield.
WEST NOBLE 48, WESTVIEW 38: Kelsie Peterson’s 16 points in Ligonier led the Chargers in the NECC tournament.
CONCORDIA 70, NORTH SIDE 22: Courtney Smith scored 32 points for the Cadets at home.
BISHOP DWENGER 46, WAYNE 43: Alyssa Gibson’s 18 points on the road paced the Saints.
BETHANY CHRISTIAN 42, BLACKHAWK CHRISTIAN 41, OT: Bethany Christian came back from a six-point deficit at halftime to force overtime and win on the road. Olivia Byler had 12 points for Blackhawk. Hannah Henry had 10 rebounds.