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High Schools

  • Canterbury girls roll over Snider in Kilmer
    Darby Maggard had 34 points and 12 assists and Katherine Smith had 16 points and 10 rebounds in Canterbury’s 78-65 girls basketball win over Snider at the Panthers’ Kilmer Classic on Saturday.
  • Luers’ bid for state ends on late kick
    Top-ranked Andrean beat No. 3 Bishop Luers 17-15 Saturday in a 3A semistate at Luersfield as the reigning state champion 59ers earned a trip to the Class 3A state finals.
  • Snider gets sliced up
    A Snider team that had gotten to the Class 5A semistate by forcing its opponents into untimely mistakes was eliminated Friday largely thanks to its own errors.
Cathie Rowand | The Journal Gazette
Bishop Luers linebacker Jaylon Smith receives the Mr. Football award between the girls and boys basketball game Friday at Bishop Luers. The school also announced it is retiring his jersey number, 9.
High schools

Tippy Valley runs roughshod over Wabash, 146-56

Tanner Andrews scored 51 points as Tippecanoe Valley nearly set a state record for points in a game in a 146-56 victory over Wabash on Friday.

According to, it’s the third-most points in a game in the modern era. Evansville Bosse scored 156 points in a game during the 1985-86 season.

Tippecanoe Valley, which came into the game averaging 63.3 points, had 78 points at halftime and scored 42 points in the third quarter. Andrews also had 21 rebounds for the Vikings.

BISHOP LUERS 92, SNIDER 73: James Blackmon Jr. had 40 points and 17 rebounds for the Knights in a home victory.

WAYNE 72, SOUTH SIDE 65: Justin Mitchell had 41 points and 13 rebounds in a home win.

KOKOMO 72, HUNTINGTON NORTH 58: Noah Reed scored 32 points for the Vikings in the road loss.

EASTSIDE 49, HAMILTON 44: Jayden Lilly scored 20 points for Eastside in a home win.

WESTVIEW 67, WEST NOBLE 63: Phil Miller scored 18 points for the Chargers in a home loss.

ELKHART MEMORIAL 48, WARSAW 47: Jared Bloom scored 24 points for the Tigers in a home loss.

Girls basketball

WOODLAN 66, NEW HAVEN 35: Lauren Ehle had 30 points and 12 rebounds for the Warriors in a home victory.

SOUTH SIDE 67, WAYNE 44: Ariana Simmons scored 17 points for the Archers in a road victory.

SNIDER 83, BISHOP LUERS 56: Meredith Shipman had 18 points for the Panthers in a road win.

BISHOP DWENGER 58, NORTH SIDE 37: Alyssa Gibson scored 23 points for the Saints in a home victory.

CONCORDIA 41, NORTHROP 38: Courtney Smith scored 16 points in the Cadets’ road win.

WEST NOBLE 58, WESTVIEW 57: Kelsie Peterson and Haley Richardson both scored 22 points in a home win for the Chargers.

HOMESTEAD 64, LEO 37: Sydney Buck scored 25 points to lead the visiting Spartans.

ANGOLA 67, FREMONT 42: Claire Grubb scored 19 points for the Hornets in a home win. Rachel Rinehart added 16 points.

HAMILTON 29, EASTSIDE 26: Lindsey Upp scored 14 points for the Mariners in a road victory.

NORWELL 74, SOUTHERN WELLS 25: Laken Chaney scored 20 points for the visiting Knights.