Tuesday, February 06, 2018 11:30 pm
South Side boys top Bishop Luers boys
South Side got a game-high 24 points from senior guard Trejean Didier, including five in overtime, and sophomore JT Langston Jr. chipped in 20 as the Archers (11-7, 3-4 SAC) defeated Bishop Luers 84-82 on Tuesday.
Bishop Luers (1-15, 0-8) stormed back from a 14-point deficit after the first quarter behind 16 fourth-quarter points from freshman guard Naylon Thompson.
The Knights nearly won their second straight game after losing 14 in a row to start the season, outscoring the Archers 24-12 in the fourth quarter to force overtime.
Thompson finished with 23 points overall, but was scoreless in the extra session. Sophomore DeMarcus Hudson had six of Bishop Luers' nine points in overtime.
CARROLL 64, NORTH SIDE 61: A corner 3-pointer at the buzzer from senior Nathan Fish gave Carroll (14-2, 6-1 SAC) its 10th straight victory. Senior forward Riley Perlich led the Chargers with a team-high 18 points. North Side dropped to 16-5, 5-2.
BLACKHAWK CHRISTIAN 63, SNIDER 47: The Braves (17-2) won their ninth straight game at home in a matchup they led the whole way. Senior Jalan Mull was the top scorer with 23 points, while junior Frankie Davidson made three 3-pointers. Senior Keondre Brown led the Panthers (5-11) with 15 points.
NEW HAVEN 73, WOODLAN 55: Senior guard Brecar Clark scored 19 points, including 10 in the fourth quarter, to lead New Haven (13-5) to its third win in four games. Senior Aaron Hahn led Woodlan (8-9) with 19 points, 14 of which came in the second half to keep his team in it.
NORTHWOOD 59, WEST NOBLE 34: The Panthers (10-5) won their fourth straight game, holding West Noble to just five points each in the second and fourth quarters. Forward Trevor Franklin led West Noble (9-9) with 17 points, while three NorthWood players reached double figures.
FISCHERS REGIONAL: Three Homestead divers finished among the top four in the girls regional diving competition. Junior Jackie Brenn won the individual regional championship with a total score of 485.15. Junior Mallory Walker and senior Kayla Luarde finished third and fourth, respectively.