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Snider’s Jesse Parker launches off the starting block for the backstroke leg in the 200-yard medley relay during the South Side boys swimming sectional preliminaries Thursday at Helen P. Brown Natatorium. The finals will be at 12:30 p.m. Saturday.
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Northrop senior has triple-double

Northrop senior Jacoby Claypool had a triple-double in the host Bruins’ 76-54 boys basketball win over South Side on Thursday.

Claypool had 15 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists to lead Northrop (7-10, 3-4 SAC).

He also had six steals.

Jajuan Starks had 22 points, and Enis Becirevic added 19 for the Bruins.

Nate Thomas scored 13 points for the Archers (4-11, 0-7).

Northrop was 33 of 65 (50.8 percent) from the field, while South Side was 19 of 52 (36.5 percent).

NEW HAVEN 65, CONCORDIA 53: At Concordia, the Bulldogs broke open a close game in the fourth quarter with a 25-16 advantage.

Lowell Griggs had 18 points for New Haven (16-3), while Steve McElvene and Jordan Hogue each added 14 and Jailan Wattley got 10.

Concordia (5-12) got 26 points from D.J. McCall, while Mitch Paradine got 14.

BISHOP LUERS 82, HORIZON CHRISTIAN 69: At Bishop Luers, Austin Rybicki had 21 points for the Knights (9-8).

Keonte Jenkins had 37 points for Horizon Christian.


BISHOP DWENGER 111.95, CARROLL 104.70: At Carroll, the Saints won a matchup of two top-10 teams.

Dwenger is tied for second in the state, while Carroll is No. 10.

LAKELAND 100.6, WAYNE 66.45, SOUTH SIDE 52.55: At Lakeland, the Lakers rolled to the win.

Lakeland’s Caitlin Yoder won the all-around with a 34.85.