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High school basketball

High school basketball: Redskins get narrow league win

North Side remained perfect in conference play with a 56-53 home win over Concordia on Friday night.

Tre Crews led a balanced attack for the Class 4A No. 8 Redskins (14-1, 4-0 SAC) with 12 points. Sean McGee and Jeremy Jones each scored 10, and Oosha Mitchell and Mike Davis each added eight for North Side.

Mitch Paradine scored 15 for Concordia (4-7, 2-2), and Reggie Tharp added 11.

HOMESTEAD 64, COLUMBIA CITY 49: At Columbia City, Caleb Swanigan scored 23, and Dana Batt added 19 to lead the Spartans (10-3, 3-0 NHC). Mason Coverstone scored 15 for the Eagles (6-6, 2-1), who led 16-12 after the first quarter.

NORWELL 72, BELLMONT 41: At Bellmont, Austin Hayden scored 19, and David Vogel added 15 to lead the Knights (8-3, 3-0 NHC) past the Braves (4-6, 0-3), who got 10 points from Cameron Bienz.

LAKEWOOD PARK 77, CANTERBURY 72: At Canterbury, Drake Donaldson’s 19 points carried the Panthers (5-5) over the Cavaliers (2-6), who got 18 points from Andrew Kus.

DEKALB 43, EAST NOBLE: 41: At East Noble, Cole Hartman scored 20 to lift the Barons (4-9, 1-2 NHC) over the Knights (0-10, 0-3), who got 13 points from Houston Pattee.

WEST NOBLE 57, EASTSIDE 46: At Eastside, Brandon Moser scored 16, and Waylon Richardson added 13 as the Class 3A No. 10 Chargers (10-0) reached the NECC tournament title game. P.J. Dean and Kadis Renier each scored 16 for the Blazers (6-6). West Noble will play Westview, a 79-69 winner over Prairie Heights, in the title game.

WARSAW 48. GOSHEN 41: At Warsaw, Jordan Stookey scored 19 to lead the Tigers (9-3) past the Redskins (4-7).


WAYNE 77, BISHOP DWENGER 50: At Bishop Dwenger, Carmen James scored 21, and Joey Stanford and Sh’toya Sanders added 15 and 12 to carry the Generals (6-7, 2-2 SAC) past the Saints (2-12, 0-4), who got 13 points from Sierra Fisher.

BISHOP LUERS 57, NORTHROP 40: At Bishop Luers, Addie Reimbold scored 18, and Emma Wolfe added 15 to lead the Knights (12-4, 3-1 SAC). Aleah Swary had 15 points for the Bruins (3-10, 2-2), and Nevada Jones added 13.

WEST NOBLE 41, FREMONT 38: At Eastside, Kelsie Peterson scored 20 to help push the Chargers (9-5) to the NECC tournament title game. Kaileigh Folland and Kayla Stoops each scored 9 for the Eagles (8-6). West Noble will play Fairfield, a 56-41 winner over Prairie Heights, in the title game.