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FORT WAYNE, IN. (WANE) - Sectional champions were crowned around Indiana in girls basketball on Saturday night - narrowing the field as the drive to a state championship continues.
In 4A, South Side claimed hard earned crown with a thrilling 54-53 win over Homestead. The win avenged a one point loss to the Spartans early in the regular season. The Archers led by ten at the half and held off a late charge from the Spartans. Elsewhere, Snider won its sectional as the host, blowing out Northrop 67-29. Meredith Shipman led all scorers with 21 points.
In 3A Concordia's march to a third state championship in four years is still in tact. The Cadets used a huge fourth quarter run to pull away from Angola 53-41. The game was tied after the first quarter, and the Hornets trailed by only two points at the half and entering the fourth before Concordia turned on the jets. Norwell had no trouble wrapping up the Mississinewa sectional with a 76-42 win over Heritage.
In 2A, Bishop Luers advanced to regional play with 54-13 win over South Adams in Bluffton. Wabash won a low-scoring affair over Manchester 33-27.
Finally - in Class A Canterbury continues its postseason run with a dominating 87-34 win over visiting Bethan Christian.
Lake Central 53 Lowell 49
Merrillville 65 Michigan City 60
Penn 63 Mishawaka 31
Warsaw 46 Northridge 35
Fort Wayne Snider
Fort Wayne Snider 67 Fort Wayne Northrop 29
Fort Wayne South 54 Homestead 53
Logansport 58 Kokomo 36
Westfield 37 Hamilton Southeastern 35
Connersville 47 Anderson 41
Indianapolis Roncalli 65 Lawrence North 55
Brownsburg 51 Pike 45
Terre Haute South
Mooresville 59 Terre Haute South 46
Franklin Central 53 Greenwood 36
Columbus North 66 Bloomington South 45
Bedford North Lawrence 54 Floyd Central 34
Castle 53 Evansville Harrison 49 overtime
Griffith 40 Hammond Gavit 16
Rensselaer Central 43 Hanover Central 40
Plymouth 38 Mishawaka Marian 21
Benton Central 40 Western 34
NorthWood 48 West Noble 33
Fort Wayne Dwenger
Fort Wayne Concordia 53 Angola 41
Norwell 76 Heritage 42
Hamilton Heights 66 Yorktown 46
Lebanon 62 North Montgomery 28
Mount Vernon (Fortville) 58 Indianapolis Chatard 54
Indian Creek 68 Danville 34
Greencastle 41 Edgewood 39
Rushville 63 Madison 56
Corydon Central 58 Scottsburg 43
Jasper 66 Mitchell 53
Mount Vernon (Posey)
Evansville Bosse 67 Princeton 57
Whiting 65 Hammond Noll 48
Boone Grove 38 Rochester 36
Westview 46 LaVille 32
Fort Wayne Luers 54 South Adams 13
Wabash 33 Manchester 27
Seeger 39 Delphi 31 overtime
Eastern (Greentown) 53 Tipton 44
Winchester 56 Frankton 49
Knightstown 54 Centerville 45
Heritage Christian 71 Indianapolis Marshall 33
Triton Central 48 Indianapolis Ritter 33
Speedway 61 Cascade 60
Austin 49 North Decatur 38
Paoli 57 Eastern (Pekin) 38
Sullivan 42 North Knox 20
Evansville Mater Dei 68 Perry Central 29
Morgan Twp. 46 LaCrosse 37
West Central 40 Caston 29
Oregon-Davis 76 Triton 38
Fort Wayne Canterbury
Fort Wayne Canterbury 87 Bethany Christian 34
North Vermillion 47 Riverton Parke 33
Lafayette Central Catholic 63 Faith Christian 39
Southern Wells 41 Monroe Central 36 overtime
Randolph Southern 48 Tri 30
Shakamak 42 White River Valley 40 overtime
Indianapolis Tindley 35 University 30
Southwestern (Shelbyville) 56 Waldron 51
Jac-Cen-Del 48 Oldenburg Academy 31
Trinity Lutheran 72 West Washington 66 2 overtimes
New Washington 69 South Central (Elizabeth) 39
Vincennes Rivet 60 Barr-Reeve 47
Northeast Dubois 49 Tecumseh 42 corrected
A doctor who performs abortions in Fort Wayne, Gary and South Bend has been asked to appear before the Indiana Medical Licensing Board.
Each year, students at Taylor University attend a men's basketball game and are completely silent until the Trojans score their 10th point of the game. The game is known as "Silent Night."
Governor Mike Pence is directing flags at Indiana state facilities be flown at half-staff on Saturday, Dec. 7 in honor of Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day.
A water main break has closed two lanes in the 1300-block of Lafayette Street, near Douglas Avenue.
A national campaign wants the NFL's Washington Redskins to change its name to not be offensive to Native Americans, and it could effect teams across the country.
The Lilly Endowment Inc. has given more than $62 million to 39 Indiana colleges and universities to increase employment opportunities for college graduates. receive
A two-car crash tied up traffic for a short time on Illinois Road at the entrance to Jefferson Pointe.
It's been a year since FBI agents and police raided several homes in Fort Wayne. The center of the investigation was Michael Fabini's home.
Contrary to popular belief, poinsettias are not toxic to humans or pets. Some mild side effects are possible if they are eaten.
A Fort Wayne man had the opportunity to have lunch with Nelson Mandela 20 years ago. He says the experience is something he has carried with him throughout the years.
The suspects face bank robbing charges, as well as charges of assaulting and putting in jeopardy the lives of others.
The yellow brick building that served for decades as the club house for the Elks Lodge 155 golf course in Fort Wayne is being demolished.
Buffalo Wild Wings donated $6,500 to the Boys & Girls Club's Fairfield location on Friday afternoon. The money will be used for youth sports tournaments.
A new event promises 12 days of delicious deals at Fort Wayne restaurants in January.
A woman arrested for shoplifting at a Fort Wayne Walmart identified herself as her husband's ex-wife when she was actually the man's current wife. The ex-wife then ended up getting arrested when the real wife failed to show up for court.