FORT WAYNE – Breanna Robinson is headed back toward familiar waters.
The Wawasee sophomore won both her specialties – the 100 and 200 freestyle – at the Northridge girls swimming sectional to again qualify for state in both events. She finished second in the 200 and third in the 100 last year.
She’ll be busy again at state, because in addition to her two individual events, she’ll anchor Wawasee’s 200 freestyle relay, which finished third behind Concord and Northridge to qualify for state as well. Robinson will be joined by freshman teammate Betsy Rozow, who won the 100 backstroke to qualify for state.
Wawasee (334 points) finished second to host Northridge (350.5) in the team chase.
BISHOP LUERS 79, EAST CHICAGO 76: At East Chicago, James Blackmon Jr. and his younger brother Vijay combined for 63 points to lift the Knights.
James had 42 points to go with 10 rebounds, and Vijay added 21.
LAKEWOOD PARK 73, SOUTH SIDE 54: At South, Lakewood Park outscored the Archers 45-22 across the middle two quarters to put it away. Wesley Davidson (28 points) and Blake Mann (25) matched South’s total of 53 by themselves. Zac Crosby added 13.
SOUTH BEND ST. JOSEPH’S 68, BISHOP DWENGER 65, OT: Ryan Christman scored 17 points and Kyle Hartman 16 to lead host Dwenger.
DEKALB 50, CARROLL 43: At DeKalb, the host Barons got 22 points from Cole Hartman
LAKELAND INVITATIONAL: Alex Nickel won the beam and floor exercise to pace Angola’s team victory. The Hornets compiled 102.7 points to beat out Carroll (100.95) and DeKalb (100.8). Hamilton’s Alex Cool won the vault, the bars and the all-around.
WARSAW SECTIONAL: Ashley Van Wormer won the 100 breaststroke and Cynthia Juarez the 500 freestyle to advance to state for Warsaw.
Culver Academies won the team title with 445 points, and Warsaw was second with 382.
JAY COUNTY SECTIONAL: Cady Farlow of South Adams won the 100 breaststroke to advance to state. Muncie Central won the team title with 386 points.
JAY COUNTY REGIONAL: Yorktown (223.0) easily outdistanced runner-up Adams Central (125.5). Sawyer Miller (113) and LJ Moser (120) won titles for South Adams; Cody Walburn (126) won for Adams Central; Brad Busse (182) won for Bellmont; and Briar Gerber (220) won for Bluffton.