Carroll continued its postseason success Saturday in high school wrestling. The Chargers scored a regional-high 146 points and will send 11 wrestlers to next week’s semi-state round.
A look at the region’s high school basketball scores from Friday, February 6.
The North Side boys and Snider girls both finished off a perfect season in the SAC on Friday night as the Redskins topped Bishop Dwenger and the Panthers bested Bishop Luers.
Bishop Luers senior Solomon Smith will continue his football career at Marian University in the fall.
Darby Maggard tallied 40 points as 2A no. 1 Canterbury bested 3A no. 10 Norwell 74-65 in Ossian to headline area prep basketball action on Thursday night.
Blackhawk Christian soccer standout Rebecca Kanpol made her college choice official on Wednesday afternoon, signing with Bethel College.
East Noble track and field standout Jaymee Wolfe will continue her throwing career at Olivet Nazarene, signing with the Tigers on Wednesday afternoon.
Leo High School seniors Millie Adams, Ashley Kimes, and Ty Sproat will all take their talents to the next level as the trio signed to play college athletics on Wednesday afternoon.
Carroll’s Justin Tranquill, Blake Yager, Seth Johnston, and Connor Burgess all signed to play college football on Wednesday afternoon.
Twin football standouts Deion and Keion Powers were joined by classmate Sh’Toya Sanders on Wednesday afternoon as all three Wayne student-athletes signed to play college sports.
North Side football standout Randon Moore signed to play at Nebraska-Kearney on Wednesday afternoon.
Canterbury High School senior Rece Buckmaster signed a national letter of intent Wednesday. Buckmaster will attend Indiana University in the fall and will play NCAA Division 1 men’s soccer.