Homestead remains no. 2 in 4A, Concordia and Tippecanoe Valley ranked in 3A, Whitko and Central Noble ranked in 2A.
Homestead picked up a big win Saturday night over one of the top teams in 4A while New Haven and Huntington North continued their conference win streaks.
Carroll and New Haven were among the teams to win team sectional titles on Saturday.
On our last Friday night of the regular season in girls basketball Bellmont and Angola won conference titles while for the boys Snider stayed undefeated in the SAC with a win over Carroll.
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After outstanding performances last Friday night in leading their respective team to victory Bellmont’s Kenzie McMahon and Northrop’s Richard Robertson were honored by Phil’s One Stop and Marathon as your Fill It Up All-Stars.
Ethan Linder, the third son in the family to play for Wayne Trace High School, broke the school and county’s scoring record on January 12th in 63-53 win over Edgerton.
Leo overcame an early deficit to best the Fort Wayne Bruins 6-5 in overtime on Wednesday night to headline the high school hockey scene.
Kunkel takes over for Randy Hudgins, who stepped down before Christmas.
Campbell Donovan scored 23 points to lead the way as Bishop Dwenger knocked off 1A no. 6 Blackhawk Christian 77-44 on Tuesday night to headline a busy night of area hoops.
Standing atop the Northeast 8 conference and with a 17-4 overall record the Bellmont Squaws are your OPS Team of the Week.
North Side remains no. 4 in 4A, Blackhawk stays at no. 6 in 1A while Lakewood Park falls one spot to no. 10 in 1A.
Horizon Christian bested Clinton Christian 88-84 including a pair of powerful dunks from sophomore Sydney Curry to headline area prep basketball action on Monday.
Tyler Schwartz won the individual state championship this past season with a time of 18:08.6.
Homestead remains no. 2 in 4A, Concordia, Tippecanoe Valley, and Bishop Dwenger all in 3A top 10, while Whitko drops to no. 2 in 2A.
Bishop Dwenger took home the SAC wrestling title at the conference championship held at Snider High School on Saturday.
4A No. 2 Homestead’s seniors went out with a bang on senior night taking down 3A No. 3 Heritage Christian 86-62.
4A no. 4 North Side rallied from 11 points down in the fourth quarter to beat 4A no. 13 Homestead in a key SAC contest 62-60 in the Highlight Zone “Game of the Week.”
This past season he was Concordia’s number one singles player and a first team All-SAC selection
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