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High schools

Spartans girls upset 4A No. 3 Archers

Host Homestead withstood a fourth-quarter rally to turn back South Side 81-80 in a girls basketball game Tuesday.

It was the first loss of the season in six games for the Archers, who went into the game as the third-ranked team in Class 4A.

The Spartans (6-1) built a 26-12 lead after the first period and maintained a 10-point lead, at 54-44, going into the final quarter. But the Archers scored 36 points in the final period to get within one.

Josie Fisher led Homestead with 31 points, while Ariana Simmons had 28 for South Side.

BISHOP LUERS 54, HUNTINGTON NORTH 51, OT: Addie Reimbold had 15 points in the Knights’ home win.

CONCORDIA 52, HERITAGE 31: Courtney Smith scored 23 points to lead the visiting Cadets.

BISHOP DWENGER 53, WOODLAN 47: Ally Christman had 21 points for the visiting Saints.

CARROLL 73, NORTHROP 51: Kelsey Ronan’s 17 points led four Chargers in double figures at Carroll.

NEW HAVEN 51, ADAMS CENTRAL 45: Brooke Imel paced the host Bulldogs with 11 points.

ANGOLA 57, WESTVIEW 29: Rachel Rinehart had 19 points to lead the host Hornets.

LEO 62, NORTH SIDE 37: Keanna Gary scored 22 points and Taylor Seiss 18 for the visiting Lions. Sierra Miranda had 18 for the Redskins.

WARSAW 60, COLUMBIA CITY 29: Jennifer Walker-Crawford’s 18 points led the host Tigers to their seventh win without a loss.

HAMILTON 46, CENTRAL NOBLE 27: Visiting Central Noble was held scoreless in the second quarter. Sanne Van Roessel led the Marines with 14 points.

Boys basketball

CANTERBURY 91, HOWE SCHOOL 33: Trent VanHorn’s 23 points led the host Cavaliers, who outscored Howe 24-0 in the second quarter.