FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) - Area high school basketball teams are looking for a regional title Saturday. Games are taking place at several locations. If a school wants to earn a trip to semi-state, it will have to win two games Saturday.
NewsChannel 15 will be following all four regional sites throughout the day.
In Class 4A New Haven. beat Northrop Saturday morning, 65-50 in the regional semis.
New Haven's V.J. Beachem scored 19 points. Steve McElvene scored 24 points, he also helped out with 16 rebounds and eight blocks.
Northrop's Brenton Scott scored 22 points and Bryson Scott scored 27 points. This was their last high school game.
New Haven came up just short in Saturday night's final though, falling to No. 1 Carmel 63-57.
At Blackford, Concordia defeated 67-58 Norwell in 3A regional championship action.
Earlier in the day, the Cadets advanced with a 65-49 win over Hamilton Heights. The team led by 16 points after one quarter. DJ McCall scored 24 points, while Thomas Starks added in 20 of his own.
Concordia ended the game with 13 steals.
Norwell won 77-65 over Tippecanoe Valley in its semi-final game.
Norwell's Josh Vanmeter scored 26 points and made four threes. Also for Norwell, David Vogel scored 16 points, Drew Shively scored 15, and Cam Denny had 12.
Tanner Andrews, from Tippecanoe Valley, scored 22 points.
Concordia (21-4) will face Norwell (18-6) for the regional championship game at 7:30 Saturday night.
In Class 2A, Bishop Luers couldn't quite overcome Bowman Academy, falling to the No. 7 team in the state polls 82-72.
The Knights took down Boone Grove earlier in the day, 60-34 in the regional semis.
In Class 1A, Canterbury had its season come to an end with a 44-41 loss to the host Triton.
Triton will now face Pioneer in the regional championship game at 7:30 p.m.
Be sure to check out this story Saturday night for results and which schools' dreams of playing in Indianapolis for a state championship will stay alive.
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