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Leo boys beat DeKalb

After eight minutes, DeKalb led Leo by six points Tuesday night in boys basketball.

After 32 minutes, nothing had changed.

The Barons made their first-quarter lead stand up precisely in a 59-53 victory over the Lions at DeKalb.

Cole Hartman led three double-figure scorers for DeKalb with 24 points; Dahlton Daub added 15 and Hunter Cone 13.

David Hardin led Leo with 22.

CARROLL 57, NORTHROP 47: Kyle Mallers scored 20 points and Jeremy Kalonji 16 to lead the Chargers, who outscored the Bruins 45-30 across the last three quarters and 30-22 after halftime.

ADAMS CENTRAL 51, UNION CITY 34: The Flying Jets led 19-0 after a quarter and never looked back. David Fox scored 12 to lead Adams Central.

HAMILTON 90, HOWE 31: Hamilton led 26-6 after a quarter and 36-13 at halftime.

LAKEWOOD PARK CHRISTIAN 56, HERITAGE 52: Jared Gerke scored 12 points, Hunter Yoder 11 and Drake Donaldson 10 to lead Lakewood Park. Lakewood trailed at halftime but outscored Heritage 35-28 in the second half.

Girls basketball

WABASH 54, WARSAW 27: The Apaches led 28-9 at halftime and cruised from there at Warsaw. Claire Cromer led Wabash with 19 points, and Brooklyn Harrison led Warsaw with seven.

NEW HAVEN 61, NORTH SIDE 56: The Bulldogs outscored North Side 23-15 in the fourth quarter to decide it. Haley Fox scored 14 points, Ja’Nyia Grundy 13 and FerNhaze McGraw 11 for New Haven.

Boys swimming

SOUTH SIDE 101.5, ANGOLA 57.5: South won seven events, including two of the three relays. James Marshall Reber won the 200 freestyle and 100 backstroke for the Archers.

NORWELL 116, BELLMONT 70: Duke Wang won the 50 freestyle and Logan Ackley the 200 individual medley and 100 backstroke to lead Norwell.

Girls swimming

ANGOLA 116, SOUTH SIDE 54: The Hornets won 10 events, including all three relays.

BELLMONT 114, NORWELL 66: Bellmont won 10 events and all three relays.