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FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) - Girls sectional championship games are set for Saturday night after a full evening of sectional semifinals on Friday in northeast Indiana.
In 4A action at Homestead it was South Side winning the first game of the night by beating New Haven 50-18. Lakesha Stephens led the Archers with 13 points. Homestead struggled early but used a big third quarter to beat Huntington North in the other semifinal by a score of 43-35. Sydney Buck paced Homestead with 23 points while Allyson Trout led the Vikings with 11 points. South Side and Homestead will play for the sectional title tomorrow at 7:30 p.m.
In 4A action at Snider high school it was Northrop beating North Side 53-33 in the first semifinal. Northrop was led by Quila Jackson with 18 points while Aleah Swary netted 14. Jayla Lewis led North Side with 13 points.
In the nightcap at Kilmer Court Snider held Carroll to just one field goal in the first quarter to go up 21-4 en route to a 69-35 win. Meredith Shipman had 17 points to lead Snider while Destiny Parker added 15. Kylie Murphy led Carroll with eight points. Snider and Northrop will now square off for the sectional title tomorrow night at 7:30 p.m.
In 4A action at Concord it was Warsaw winning the early semifinal over Concord 59-21. Jennifer Walker-Crawford and Brooklyn Harris netted 11 apiece for Warsaw. Northridge beat Goshen in the nightcap 45-38. Warsaw and Northridge play at 7 p.m. tomorrow.
3A sectional play at Bishop Dwenger saw the host Saints fall to 3A no. 11 Concordia 60-42. In the second game 3A no. 9 Angola used a big second half to top Garrett 50-27. Concordia and Angola are set to play for the sectional title at 7 p.m. tomorrow.
In 3A at Mississinewa 3A no. 5 Norwell had no problem with Eastbrook as the Knights rolled 61-40. In the late game it was Heritage topping Whitko 67-62. Norwell and Heritage will now play in the sectional title game at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow.
At NorthWood the host Panthers topped Fairifeld 58-29 to punch their ticket to the sectional finals. West Noble beat Lakeland 60-49 in the late game to set up a West Noble-NorthWood championship game at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow.
In 2A action at Bluffton 2A no. 14 Bishop Luers topped Eastside 69-37. The Knights were led by Tashalya Sutorius and Allison Butler with 12 points apiece. Eastside's Brianna Moore led the Blazers with 13 points while Lindsay Jones chipped in with 12. In the late game South Adams bested Churubusco 34-25. That means Luers and South Adams will play at 7 p.m. tomorrow for the sectional title.
In 2A play at Wabash it was Manchester handling North Miami in the night's first game by a final of 54-41. In the late game Wabash bested Northfield 36-29 behind 21 points from Kyleigh Hampton. The Apaches and Squires will now play for the sectional title at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow.
In 2A play at Central Noble LaVille topped Bremen 50-43 to open the night while Westview topped Fremont 39-34. Westview and LaVille will play at 7 p.m. tomorrow for the sectional championship.
In 1A action at Canterbury Bethany Christian beat Hamilton 49-37 in the first semifinal of the night. Bethany was led by Natalie Thorne with 14 points and 13 rebounds. Lindsay Stoy of Hamilton scored her 1,000th career point in the loss, as Stoy tallied 17 points and 11 rebounds on game.
In the late game at Canterbury the host Cavaliers - ranked no. 1 in 1A - downed Lakewood Park Christian 100-50. Darby Maggard and Bailey Farley led the Cavs with 22 points apiece. Suzanne Grimm led Lakewood with 20 points. Canterbury will now face Bethany at 7:30 tomorrow for the sectional title.
In 1A play in Poneto it was Monroe Central over Daleville 41-30 while Southern Wells beat Cowan 68-13. That sets up a championship game between Monroe Central and Southern Wells tomorrow night at 7:30 p.m.
By The Associated Press
Indpls Fall Creek 77, Indiana Math and Science Academy 54
Horizon Christian Academy 72, Cornerstone Christian 49
Lowell 59, Highland 32
Michigan City 54, LaPorte 35
Penn 51, S. Bend Washington 33
Warsaw 59, Concord 21
Northridge 45, Goshen 38
Ft. Wayne Snider
Ft. Wayne Northrop 53, Ft. Wayne North 33
Ft. Wayne Snider 69, Carroll (Ft. Wayne) 35
Ft. Wayne South 50, New Haven 18
Homestead 43, Huntington North 35
Logansport 75, Lafayette Harrison 48
Kokomo 46, Marion 31
Hamilton Southeastern 56, Noblesville 50
Westfield 47, Carmel 24
Connersville 52, Richmond 37
Anderson 61, New Castle 26
Indpls Roncalli 66, Indpls Cathedral 42
Lawrence North 77, Indpls Tech 53
Indpls Pike 39, Indpls Perry Meridian 26
Brownsburg 40, Indpls Ben Davis 39
Terre Haute South
Terre Haute South 72, Plainfield 49
Mooresville 52, Terre Haute North 44
Greenwood 40, Whiteland 32
Central 61, New Palestine 24
Bloomington South 50, Shelbyville 13
Columbus North 60, Bloomington North 46
Floyd Central 52, Jennings Co. 46
Ev. Harrison 59, Ev. Central 41
Griffith 37, Gary Wallace 18
Hanover Central 48, Knox 40
Mishawaka Marian 48, Culver Academy 47
Plymouth 32, S. Bend St. Joseph's 29
Benton Central 55, W. Lafayette 41
Western 42, Twin Lakes 21
Northwood 58, Fairfield 29
W. Noble 60, Lakeland 49
Ft. Wayne Dwenger
Ft. Wayne Concordia 60, Ft. Wayne Dwenger 42
Angola 50, Garrett 27
Norwell 61, Eastbrook 40
Heritage 67, Whitko 62
Yorktown 53, Blackford 51, OT
Hamilton Hts. 61, Muncie Central 42
N. Montgomery 42, Frankfort 27
Lebanon 58, Crawfordsville 43
Indpls Chatard 63, Indpls Brebeuf 45
Mt. Vernon (Fortville) 76, Guerin Catholic 36
Danville 53, Beech Grove 30
Greencastle 71, S. Vermillion 35
Edgewood 42, Brown Co. 41
Rushville 62, Lawrenceburg 29
Greensburg 77, Madison 18
Corydon 43, Brownstown 38
Scottsburg 43, Silver Creek 42
Mitchell 53, Pike Central 44
Mt. Vernon (Posey)
Ev. Bosse 62, Boonville 54
Whiting 49, Wheeler 35
Boone Grove 46, Winamanc 43
LaVille 50, Bremen 43
Westview 39, Fremont 34
Ft. Wayne Luers 69, Eastside 37
S. Adams 34, Churubusco 25
Manchester 54, N. Miami 41
Wabash 36, Northfield 29
Delphi 46, Clinton Central 23
Seeger 31, Carroll (Flora) 30
Eastern (Greentown) 58, Elwood 53
Tipton 50, Taylor 27
Frankton 61, Muncie Burris 36
Winchester 47, Lapel 44
Centerville 68, Eastern Hancock 66, OT
Indpls Marshall 50, Indpls Herron 29
Heritage Christian 71, Indpls Shortridge 52
Indpls Ritter 59, Indpls Scecina 38
Triton Central 75, Indpls Metro 9
Cascade 57, Covenant Christian 30
N. Decatur 67, Milan 17
Austin 59, S. Ripley 47
Paoli 59, Providence 24
Eastern (Pekin) 44, Henryville 32
N. Knox 44, N. Central (Farmersburg) 37
Sullivan 48, S. Knox 31
Ev. Mater Dei 77, Tell City 30
Caston 53, N. White 39
W. Central 39, Tri-County 19
Triton 48, Culver 44
Ft. Wayne Canterbury
Bethany Christian 49, Hamilton 37
Ft. Wayne Canterbury 100, Lakewood Park 50
N. Vermillion 52, Attica 51
Riverton Parke 61, Rockville 36
Lafayette Catholic 64, Tri-Central 41
Faith Christian 45, Clinton Prairie 42
Monroe Central 41, Daleville 30
Southern Wells 68, Cowan 13
Randolph Southern 60, Union City 33
Tri 48, Union (Modoc) 42
S. Bend Clay City
White River Valley 49, S. Bend Clay City 29
Shakamak 37, Union (Dugger) 24
University 58, Indpls Fall Creek 18
Southwestern (Shelby) 62, Indpls Lutheran 50
Jac-Cen-Del 51, Madison Shawe 23
Oldenburg 43, Rising Sun 35
W. Washington 43, Orleans 42
S. Central (Harrison) 64, Lanesville 40
New Washington 73, Rock Creek Academy 20
Vincennes Rivet 75, Shoals 36
Barr-Reeve 46, Washington Catholic 22
Tecumseh 46, Wood Memorial 35
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