FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) - The Canterbury girls celebrated senior night by earning a 68-49 win over Prairie Heights on Thursday to headline local girls basketball.
Canterbury - ranked no. 1 in the latest Class A state poll - improves to 16-2 with the win.
In other action 4A no. 16 Homestead beat South Bend Adams 72-64. Sydney Buck led the Spartans with 30 points while Josie Fisher added 22.
Blackhawk Christian beat Lakeland Christian 71-35. Olivia Byler had 22 points and 12 rebounds to lead the Braves. Hannah Henry chipped in seven points and 15 rebounds.
South Adams topped Churubusco 33-19 behind 12 points from Dzejna Ahmetovic.
By The Associated Press
Centerville 48, Union Co. 45
Gary West 53, E. Chicago 40
Lakewood Park 87, Howe School 29
LaPorte LaLumiere 63, Inglewood, Calif. 52
Wheeler 56, Calumet 39
Anderson 68, Jay Co. 42
Attica 41, Rossville 36
Austin 57, Salem 50
Barr-Reeve 51, N. Knox 43
Bedford N. Lawrence 50, Bloomington North 28
Bethany Christian 42, Westview 37
Bluffton 40, Madison-Grant 37
Brown Co. 45, Monrovia 39
Brownstown 50, N. Harrison 42
Carroll (Flora) 47, Cass 33
Caston 34, Tri-County 28
Charlestown 65, Clarksville 30
Corydon 57, Crawford Co. 17
Covenant Christian 43, Indpls Scecina 40
Covenant Christian (DeMotte) 57, Kankakee Trinity Academy, Ill. 15
Daleville 30, Monroe Central 27
E. Central 48, Connersville 39
Eastbrook 63, Wes-Del 14
Eastern (Greene) 49, Clay City 38
Eastern (Pekin) 41, Henryville 35
Eastern Hancock 51, Tri 44
Ev. Central 44, Ev. North 36
Ev. Harrison 48, Mt. Vernon (Posey) 47, OT
Ev. Mater Dei 68, S. Spencer 48
Fairfield 65, W. Noble 48
Floyd Central 42, Providence 39
Frontier 36, Faith Christian 13
Ft. Wayne Blackhawk 72, Lakeland Christian 34
Ft. Wayne Canterbury 68, Prairie Hts. 49
Gibson Southern 65, Boonville 55
Greensburg 37, Oldenburg 32
Heritage Christian 62, Rushville 51
Heritage Hills 52, Pike Central 39
Hobart 67, Bowman Academy 35
Indian Creek 68, S. Decatur 35
Jac-Cen-Del 54, Southwestern (Jefferson) 46
Kankakee Valley 65, N. Newton 9
Kouts 49, River Forest 24
Lake Central 69, Chesterton 36
LaVille 42, Argos 38
Martinsville 60, Columbus East 50
Mt. Carmel, Ill. 76, Vincennes 53
Muncie Burris 49, Cowan 13
N. Daviess 33, Wood Memorial 25
N. Decatur 33, Franklin Co. 25
N. Posey 57, Forest Park 45
N. White 34, Westville 30
New Washington 52, Lanesville 28
Northridge 38, Plymouth 36
NorthWood 80, Lakeland 18
Orleans 35, Mitchell 28
Princeton 64, Jasper 58
Randolph Southern 45, Hagerstown 27
Rensselaer 53, Hebron 48
Riverton Parke 76, Fountain Central 20
Rockville 44, N. Central (Farmersburg) 37
S. Adams 33, Churubusco 19
S. Dearborn 55, Lawrenceburg 42
S. Knox 55, Loogootee 35
S. Ripley 58, Switzerland Co. 48
Seeger 53, S. Newton 25
Seymour 50, New Albany 36
Shakamak 65, Eminence 7
Southwestern (Shelby) 70, Greenwood Christian 46
Taylor 77, Peru 51
Tecumseh 42, Southridge 39
Tipton 72, Lafayette Jeff 66
Trinity Lutheran 60, Edinburgh 47
Vincennes Rivet 49, Dubois 44
W. Central 33, Culver 29
W. Lafayette 53, Delphi 36
Wapahani 65, Shenandoah 53
Washington 46, Owen Valley 44, OT
Westfield 62, Hamilton Hts. 60
White River Valley 53, Linton 22
Winamac 57, Twin Lakes 48
Winchester 60, Union City 31
While there are no serious crashes to report, snowy roads made for a dangerous morning commute. Roads are still extremely slick in places and they could stay that way for most of the day.
Fort Wayne Animal Care and Control is offering free straw to anyone in Allen County who needs animal bedding during the cold winter.
Visitors to downtown Fort Wayne can now stay connected on all their wi-fi capable devices thanks to new hot spots at Freimann Square and One Summit Square.
The public is invited to attend, and encouraged to bring gifts for the animals, the 2013 Christmas Open House from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m.
The suspension of a 6-year-old boy for kissing a girl at school is raising questions about whether the peck should be considered sexual harassment.
Time magazine selected Pope Francis as its Person of the Year on Wednesday, saying the Catholic Church's new leader has changed the perception of the 2,000-year-old institution in an extraordinary way in a short time.
The chief of a southwestern Indiana volunteer fire department has resigned after being confronted about postings on his Facebook page saying he was a racist and had joined the Ku Klux Klan.
Fort Wayne City Council passed nearly 20 bills at their meeting Tuesday night gearing up for the new year.
As state lawmakers prepare for the upcoming session in Indianapolis, county governments are presenting their priorities for the 2014 Indiana General Assembly.
It took two weeks for New Haven's city council to decide it was best to not allow golf carts to putter around town. On Tuesday night, the city council unanimously voted against the ordinance.
Fort Wayne police are investigating an armed robbery at Cap N' Cork on Lima Road Tuesday night.
Shelters like Hope Alive are full, as temperatures in Fort Wayne hit single digits.
Police want to remind you to be extra cautious when meeting up to buy stuff off sites like Craigslist. This warning comes after a man in Fort Wayne was robbed at gunpoint Sunday.
A recent TripAdvisor survey said 53 percent of travelers will drive to their destinations instead of fly this holiday season. 25 percent of those people said it's due to the cost of airfare.
Mayor Tom Henry's administration wants to loosen Fort Wayne's residency rules to increase the talent pool for skilled workers.