FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – Homestead topped rival Huntington North 72-45 on the first full night of boys basketball in northeast Indiana this season.
East Noble’s Chase Klinker led a balanced attack with 17 points as the host Knights outlasted county rival West Noble 68-65 in overtime on the first night of boys basketball games in northeast Indiana this season.
With Snider, Bishop Luers, and South Adams all losing at semi-state northeast Indiana is completely shutout of the state finals for the first time since 2005.
Five minutes was about 60 seconds too many for Andrean Saturday, as the 59ers kicked a game-winning field goal in the last minute to eliminate Bishop Luers, 17-15.
Both Snider and South Adams fell at semi-state while Bishop Luers awaits Andrean Friday night as northeast Indiana’s last hope to make a state championship game next week at Lucas Oil Stadium.
It was “Homestead Hysteria” out in Aboite on Friday as the Spartans showcased the boys and girls varsity basketball teams.
Carroll’s Madison Peterson tallied 26 points as the Chargers topped South Side 61-45 to improve to 3-0 on the season.
Snider’s quest for the program’s seventh semi-state title fell short on Friday night at Spuller Stadium as the Panthers lost to LaPorte 35-7.
South Adams met its match on Friday night at Pioneer High School. The Starfires’ season came to an end with a 62-7 loss in the 1A semi-state round.
Snider and South Adams both fell while Bishop Luers awaits Andrean on Saturday night.
Baseball standout Nathan Targgart will continue his career at Taylor University, as the Blackhawk Christian senior signed with the Trojans on Friday.
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – Homestead improved to a perfect 2-0 Thursday night, with a commanding 85-43 win at Bishop Dwenger.
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