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High schools

Unbeaten Garrett clinches ACAC title

– Garrett clinched the ACAC girls basketball championship and its first-ever undefeated regular season with a 47-34 win over host Southern Wells on Thursday.

The Railroaders improved to 7-0 in the conference and 20-0 overall. Garrett also won the ACAC tournament title.

Emily Somers led Garrett with 13 points, Brandi Dawson and Kaitlin Wisel each had 10.

For Southern Wells (8-9, 2-5), Lela Knowles had nine points.

Boys basketball

NEW HAVEN 55, NORWELL 45: The visiting Bulldogs won a battle of NHC unbeatens.

New Haven improved to 5-0 in the NHC and 11-2 overall. The Bulldogs will play at Homestead (12-4, 4-0) on Saturday for the conference lead.

CARROLL 84, CANTERBURY 49: Chandler White had 12 points and Jeremy Kalonji 11 for the host Chargers.

Andrew Kus led the Cavaliers with 14 points, while Jalen Paul added 11.

GARRETT 67, EAST NOBLE 48: The host Railroaders outscored the Knights 27-6 in the second quarter.

Justin McCoy (24) and Matt Singleton (13) combined for 37 points for Garrett. East Noble got 18 points from Colten Williams.

Girls basketball

FREMONT 46, EASTSIDE 37: Shae Rhonehouse had 16 points, seven assists and seven rebounds for the visiting Eagles. Melissa Beer added 15 points for Fremont.

Signings

In recent signings, Canterbury’s Britt Watts signed with IUPUI men’s soccer, Leo’s Chandler Fields signed with Indianapolis football, and Warsaw’s Ellis Coon signed with Tulsa cross country and track programs.

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