Homestead ranked no. 1 in 4A for first time this season.
The Leo boys basketball team continues to play perfect. The Lions won their 21st ACAC Tournament championship with a 59-42 win over Jay County, and are still unbeaten this season. The Patriots would also lift an ACAC tournament trophy, as the Jay County girls beat Leo, 40-37 for the school’s first ever ACAC tournament championship.
Homestead topped Columbia City 72-58 and became the only undefeated team in NHC play on Friday night behind a big night from senior Caleb Swanigan.
High school basketball scores from Friday, January 16.
The finalists for the 2015 ACAC girls tournament championship game have been determined. Leo and Jay County will meet at South Adams Saturday night to decide the tourney’s champ.
After three seasons as a member of the East Noble wrestling team John Herron finally got his chance to hit the mat in a match last Wednesday night.
Leo and Jay County each punched their ticket to the ACAC Tournament title game with decisive semifinal wins on Wednesday night.
Defending ACAC boys tournament champion Woodlan opened the 92nd edition of the state’s longest running tourney with a 66-59 victory over Heritage at Elmer Strautman Gymnasium on Tuesday night.
Homestead up one spot to 4A no. 2, Leo jumps two slot to 3A no. 4, Busco stays at 2A no. 7, while Blackhawk falls to 1A no. 8.
Shayla Sutorious tallied 14 points, seven rebounds, and nine assists as Wayne bested Blackhawk Christian 78-54 on Monday night.
Homestead stays no. 4 in 4A, Norwell up one spot to no. 7 in 3A, while Canterbury stays put at 2A no. 2.
A recap of Saturday’s boys and girls basketball games from across northeast Indiana.